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Successful DV-Visa interview in Chile, South America.

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Today I had my interview and everything went superb!

First I had to pay the interview fee US$330

Then a woman took all the documentation i had and told me everything was in place.

Just for you to know, the Affidavit of support has to be sent by certificate mail, not printed, because they need the original signature of the sponsor.

Then i had to wait about 20 minutes and an official asked me some questions about the reasons i had for going to the States. And that was all! He told me "Well, everything is superb! See? It is THAT easy"

I want to thank everyone who helped me through this process, specially SusieQQQ, who's always there to help everyone here.

See you in the States!!

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Today I had my interview and everything went superb!

First I had to pay the interview fee US$330

Then a woman took all the documentation i had and told me everything was in place.

Just for you to know, the Affidavit of support has to be sent by certificate mail, not printed, because they need the original signature of the sponsor.

Then i had to wait about 20 minutes and an official asked me some questions about the reasons i had for going to the States. And that was all! He told me "Well, everything is superb! See? It is THAT easy"

I want to thank everyone who helped me through this process, specially SusieQQQ, who's always there to help everyone here.

See you in the States!!

Congratulations ! All the best for your new life :)

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Today I had my interview and everything went superb!

First I had to pay the interview fee US$330

Then a woman took all the documentation i had and told me everything was in place.

Just for you to know, the Affidavit of support has to be sent by certificate mail, not printed, because they need the original signature of the sponsor.

Then i had to wait about 20 minutes and an official asked me some questions about the reasons i had for going to the States. And that was all! He told me "Well, everything is superb! See? It is THAT easy"

I want to thank everyone who helped me through this process, specially SusieQQQ, who's always there to help everyone here.

See you in the States!!

Congrats bro! Can you please tell us what are the documents you took with you, because i found and the website that you need (the appointment letter) and i don't understand what is that mean?

Thank you.


May20th : checked the dv and got selected (got exited)


May28th: Completed Ds-260 form


Now: Pending with big fair...

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Hello

How have you paid your fee visa in Chile ?

It's a long time ago that posted posted, not sure if they are still on the forum.

Visa fees are always payable at the embassy in either local currency equivalent or USD. I don't know though if the Chilean embassy accepts credit cards, most but not all embassies do.

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It's a long time ago that posted posted, not sure if they are still on the forum.

Visa fees are always payable at the embassy in either local currency equivalent or USD. I don't know though if the Chilean embassy accepts credit cards, most but not all embassies do.

Sure, but i'm at the step to apply for the interview, NVC accepted the request, i applied for visa but i dont see how to pay and when to make the medical test.

If you can help me.

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Sure, but i'm at the step to apply for the interview, NVC accepted the request, i applied for visa but i dont see how to pay and when to make the medical test.

If you can help me.

You're not a DV applicant? This is the DV forum - for DV they schedule you an interview and give info with that about the medical. Don't know how other visas work for that, you will need to find the suitable sub-forum for help there . Payment is always in the embassy on the day of interview. Edited by SusieQQQ

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