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K1 Visa- Extra fee for child?

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My fiance and I were wondering if we are required to pay a separate $131 (Visa application fee) for her daughter. The child will join us later in the US after we get my fiance here and settled. The interview is scheduled for Feb 19 and my fiance will have to fly to Rio from her hometown which will be about $300US roundtrip. We want to be sure she has enough money to cover any extra costs so we dont have to pay for another flight, delay the visa, etc. We are also wondering if her daughter needs to go to the interview because she has an Italian passport (my fiance holds a Brazilian one) and I am fairly sure she will need a separate stamp to get through the POE when she joins us. Sorry if this question has been answered in another post, but I dont have the time to do a search today!

Thanks in advance

Holland


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Since a separate visa is issued to each traveller, a separate fee is required by the consulate. The child will also require a separate set of application materials including the medical exam. The child's passport origin isn't at issue since a visa needs to be issued so it doesn't matter if it is brazilian or italian. Interview attendance is different at each consulate. Most times children under the age of 14 are not required but that is best answered by the consulate

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Since a separate visa is issued to each traveller, a separate fee is required by the consulate. The child will also require a separate set of application materials including the medical exam. The child's passport origin isn't at issue since a visa needs to be issued so it doesn't matter if it is brazilian or italian. Interview attendance is different at each consulate. Most times children under the age of 14 are not required but that is best answered by the consulate

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