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Do I Have To Pay Two AOS fees?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Hello. I am a USC. I filed separate I-130 for wife and son.

My wife´s case was approved before my son´s case, I have paid the AOS fee bill invoice for my wife´s case and the IV fee.

My son´s case was assigned different initial letters on case number, that meant my son´s case has to be processed electronically, I received email letter with AOS fee bill invoice with different Invoice I.D. Number. I entered the number in the online payment portal and fee is ready to be paid.

My question is if I have to pay the AOS fee for my son´s case?

Thanks

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- I-130 Sent, February 22, 2010

- NOA2 June 23, 2010

National Visa Center

- Called July 6, 2010 Got case number and gave email address (Operator said case arrived July 2)

- Received two emails with DS3032 and AOS bill payment July 8, 2010

- Email DS3032 July 8, 2010 (Did not receive auto response)

- Sent payment online AOS bill July 9, 2010

- Sent payment online IV fee bill July 14, 2010

- Received IV instruction packet July 16, 2010

- AOS and IV packet delivered at NVC, July 30, 2010

- Case Closed August 25, 2010

- Interview October 12, 2010 APPROVED!!!

My son´s Journey

- I-130 Sent, February 22, 2010

- NOA2 July 7, 2010

National Visa Center

- Received email stating my son´s case must be processed electronically, AOS fee bill included in email, July 22, 2010

- Sent email to NVCElectronic to OPT-IN For Electronic Processing, July 23, 2010

- Received email from NVCElectronic OPT-IN accepted July 26, 2010

- Received email letter DS 3032 was accepted, letter included lV fee bill invoice, July 28, 2010

- IV Status: Paid July 29, 2010

- AOS and IV packet sent via email (forms and documents scanned) August 3, 2010

- Received email from NVCElectronic to let me know my son´s case was closed August 26, 2010

- Interview October 8, 2010 APPROVED!!!

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