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Need help with paying visa interview fee via bank wire transfer!!!

#1 Kevinbolts



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  • Filed for: K-1 Visa

Posted 19 July 2013 - 02:15 AM

On Monday July 15th, 2013 they updated the way to pay your visa interview fee and it is through a wire transfer through your bank. If anyone has done a wire transfer for their interview visa fee this past week please help me!  Here is the website for it https://usvisa-info.com/. Here is the problem: when I try to transfer the money, I need a recipient name, usually this would be a person's name who is receiving the money e.g. John Smith. On the wire transfer instructions it does not have a recipient name it just has these very vague instructions:

Payment details:
Bank Name: Citibank n.a. Milan
IBAN: IT61T0356601600000125587011
Name of the beneficiary: Enter your 'Payment Identification Number (PIN)'
as shown below in this field followed by 'CSC Computer Sciences Srl'
Payment identification number (PIN): 8533643564968
Amount to be paid: 192.00 EUR
Does 'name of beneficiary' mean recipient? I would have to put the PIN number for recipient name which is very odd and also the person at the bank advised me against that... please someone help me! Thanks!

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