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DCF - Certificate of readiness sent -- fee to pay

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Hey Guys,


I totally blank on this one.


I'm filling DCF, submitted DS-260 and certificate of readiness.


If I remember correctly the IR-1 visa fee ($325) is payable on the interview day at the Consulate.


The USCIS immigrant fee needs to be pay before POE $165.


1/ Do we pay for the affidavit of support when filing DCF?

I recall something along the lines of $120.


2/ If we do, the invoice is sent to the petitioner correct? This is happening when our file is being reviewed or something along those lines.


Therefore, no need to pay anything after submitting DS-260 and certificate of readiness. Is that correct?


If I miss any other fee, feel free to flag it out ;)


Thanks bunches for your responses.


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you will get online invoice to pay 2 fees $88 and the other (not sure amount now/ I know over 300) you can pay online from checking.

visa fee of $165 will be due upon receipt of visa before leaving the country. it covers green card and processing packet.

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I totally blank on this one.

I'm filling DCF, submitted DS-260 and certificate of readiness.

If I remember correctly the IR-1 visa fee ($325) is payable on the interview day at the Consulate.

The USCIS immigrant fee needs to be pay before POE $165.

YES

1/ Do we pay for the affidavit of support when filing DCF?

I recall something along the lines of $120.

2/ If we do, the invoice is sent to the petitioner correct? This is happening when our file is being reviewed or something along those lines.

NO TO THIS FEE. No invoice. That is an NVC fee. You skip the NVC when you file DCF.


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