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I hear that you need proof that you have paid before you go to have your interview, but if you pay over the phone (As I have been told to do) how do you have proof?

Could someone enlighten me on this please.

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Dave :)

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Proof of what paid for?? If about visa, send a check to NVC. After the check is cleared take the transaction from the bank to interview. But honestly, i dont know you need to show it, BECAUSE during NVC stage u already paid them, and NVC should give notes on your case to the consulate. Paid is paid, they all internally know that, no need for proof. And i dont think they would rip you off by excusing u did not pay either.

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Proof of what paid for?? If about visa, send a check to NVC. After the check is cleared take the transaction from the bank to interview. But honestly, i dont know you need to show it, BECAUSE during NVC stage u already paid them, and NVC should give notes on your case to the consulate. Paid is paid, they all internally know that, no need for proof. And i dont think they would rip you off by excusing u did not pay either.

I have been informed that you need proof of receipt or you are not allowed into the Embassy for the interview

Dave

I have been informed that you need proof of receipt or you are not allowed into the Embassy for the interview

Dave

I mean the $350

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I have been informed that you need proof of receipt or you are not allowed into the Embassy for the interview

Dave

I mean the $350

As long as u have the interview appointment letter, they have to allow u to get in no matter u paid for the visa or not. If u already paid then it would be a problem, if not then you can bring and pay them up directly at consulate...

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As long as u have the interview appointment letter, they have to allow u to get in no matter u paid for the visa or not. If u already paid then it would be a problem, if not then you can bring and pay them up directly at consulate...

Hey Jason, I don't mean to be rude and contradict you, but that's not the case at the London embassy. I think each embassy have different procedures.

For immigrant visas at the London embassy they won't schedule your interview now unless you've pre-paid for the visa over the phone.

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Hey Jason, I don't mean to be rude and contradict you, but that's not the case at the London embassy. I think each embassy have different procedures.

For immigrant visas at the London embassy they won't schedule your interview now unless you've pre-paid for the visa over the phone.

Thanks for the reply my friend,

I just wasn't sure about the receipt

Thanks

Dave :)

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Thanks for the reply my friend,

I just wasn't sure about the receipt

Thanks

Dave :)

scotchland5206 is wrong. You DO NOT need to pay before they schedule the appointment at the London US Embassy. My finace's appointment was scheduled today, as a matter of fact, and we have not yet paid the fee for the K-1 Visa. We WILL have to pay it before his date, but you do not need to pay prior to them scheduling an appointment.

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each consulate has its own payment practices by visa type... make sure your answer matches what you are applying for for YOUR consulate

moving to:

US Embassy and Consulate Discussion

This is the place to post your experiences or questions related to this last step before moving to the US. Topics relating to I-134's, packets sent from consulate and medical & police certificates should be posted here.


YMMV

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