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Dont have NVC# yet... Can I still make the VISA payment at BPI ?

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This may be more related to the Philippines - not sure.

But with that deposit slip - to go into the BPI branch and make the K1 payment -

Do I need to have my NVC#? I dont see anywhere that references the NVC# when making that payment. You make the payment and are given a receipt number. Thats all that matters. You gave them money and the receipt number is your proof. Correct? My guess is I DO NOT need the NVC number to make the payment.

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HI,

Read his web site there is great info there and it will answer your question.

http://dennyeyberg.wixsite.com/filipino-am-visa


HI,

Read his web site there is great info there and it will answer your question.

http://dennyeyberg.wixsite.com/filipino-am-visa

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