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FIANCE VISA SECOND FEE....

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hi everyone

my fiance went to pay another fiance visa fee the 350 $ one... that he has to take to the interview can somebody tell me what pin code he is talking about haha???? he went to pay for it .. n they told him that he needs a pin code????? is that the number... receipt number or WAC number that 13 digit ..dnno ... i guess they dnt know how to say it exactly in english ...

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Sounds consulate specific, Moving to the regional forum...

http://sarajevo.usembassy.gov/iv_fees_medical.html (No mention of K-1 Fiancee visa fee, but I suspect is paid at the consulate like the others)

The NIV side of the site has: "Pay the visa application processing fee at any branch office of the Raiffeisen Bank in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bring one copy of the receipt to your interview. "

In other countries you simply bring invitation letter to the bank and pay the fee, then bring receipt to interview.


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Yes we have to pay that bank payment it said on his document checklist, does my fiance need to take form DS-156 to the bank cuz they were looking for a pin code at the bank today and all i coud think of is that BAR CODE maybe from the DS-156 form ... how does that fee work?? :( . i read that DS-157 needs to be filled out at the bank as i was trying to find out that bank payment or document verification fee?? w.e its called..

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