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Madel73

H1B Application -> MRV Payment options

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Hi,

I am currently working in the US with an H1B visa. I arrived in the US in 2008. My original H1B as stamped on my passport expired on Sept 2010, but my new I-797 will be expiring on May 2012.

I am coming home to the Philippines in March 2011 for 2 weeks so in order to come back to the US, i need to re-apply for an H1B while at home.

As my intended vacation is short, I would like to schedule an appointment for interview as early as possible.

I understand that in order to get an Interview Appointment with the US Embassy in the Philippines, I need to have paid a machine-readable visa application (MRV) fee in BPI or Bancnet. I do not have an account in those banks so I cannot pay the MRV online.

And I obviously cannot personally go there as I am still in the US.

My question is if a representative can pay the MRV for me in BPI? And if so, what documents are needed?

Thanks for any answers regarding this.

Happy new year.

Madel

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