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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I've spent the last 30 minutes reading the NVC wiki information. For payment of the AOS/IV fees online, it says that you must pay via a bank (no credit cards), however, I only have a bank in Canada (as I've lived with hubby since 2005 here). What should I do about this?


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I've spent the last 30 minutes reading the NVC wiki information. For payment of the AOS/IV fees online, it says that you must pay via a bank (no credit cards), however, I only have a bank in Canada (as I've lived with hubby since 2005 here). What should I do about this?

Any chance you can start an account down here?


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i am sure that online payment will accept the check from canadian bank.

try putting the routing number and the check number and see what happen?

good luck

abby n sheryl


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: France
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I've spent the last 30 minutes reading the NVC wiki information. For payment of the AOS/IV fees online, it says that you must pay via a bank (no credit cards), however, I only have a bank in Canada (as I've lived with hubby since 2005 here). What should I do about this?

You can get the cash and get a money order from the post office I think, or any bank but they will charge you a fee

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I've spent the last 30 minutes reading the NVC wiki information. For payment of the AOS/IV fees online, it says that you must pay via a bank (no credit cards), however, I only have a bank in Canada (as I've lived with hubby since 2005 here). What should I do about this?

You can get the cash and get a money order from the post office I think, or any bank but they will charge you a fee

Yeah, we did a money order from our bank for the I130. Was hoping to avoid it because of the stupid fee. :P


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: France
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I've spent the last 30 minutes reading the NVC wiki information. For payment of the AOS/IV fees online, it says that you must pay via a bank (no credit cards), however, I only have a bank in Canada (as I've lived with hubby since 2005 here). What should I do about this?

You can get the cash and get a money order from the post office I think, or any bank but they will charge you a fee

Yeah, we did a money order from our bank for the I130. Was hoping to avoid it because of the stupid fee. :P

I think that the fee at the post office is around $3 :)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I've spent the last 30 minutes reading the NVC wiki information. For payment of the AOS/IV fees online, it says that you must pay via a bank (no credit cards), however, I only have a bank in Canada (as I've lived with hubby since 2005 here). What should I do about this?

You can get the cash and get a money order from the post office I think, or any bank but they will charge you a fee

Yeah, we did a money order from our bank for the I130. Was hoping to avoid it because of the stupid fee. :P

I think that the fee at the post office is around $3 :)

It's up to $5.50. :( It's $6 at our bank. Bah!


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i am sure that online payment will accept the check from canadian bank.

try putting the routing number and the check number and see what happen?

good luck

abby n sheryl

They definitely won't accept that. It specifically says it must be a bank on U.S. soil drawn in U.S. dollars.

Do you know anyone still in the U.S. who can use their account to make the payment? It'd be much faster than waiting for them to receive and cash a money order.


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