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Hey everyone,

I was just wondering if I use the bank detail of my fiance to pay for the visa fee of $350, would that be a problem? Can it be done by me as his fiancee? If not how can he pay for my visa fee?

thank you ever so much have a great day :)

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Hey everyone,

I was just wondering if I use the bank detail of my fiance to pay for the visa fee of $350, would that be a problem? Can it be done by me as his fiancee? If not how can he pay for my visa fee?

thank you ever so much have a great day :)

Either one of you can pay the fee, but the cardholder needs to be on the line when you call to make payment just to give authorization. Good luck!

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Either one of you can pay the fee, but the cardholder needs to be on the line when you call to make payment just to give authorization. Good luck!

can it be done by the states? Is this number that he can use to pay 1 866 382 3589? thank you for the replied

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can it be done by the states? Is this number that he can use to pay 1 866 382 3589? thank you for the replied

Yes that's the number to call from the US. There is a flat $16 fee for the call and the K1 is an IMMIGRANT visa when you listen to the prompts. Its actually a customer service number that's based in Glascow, Scotland. After he pays for the visa, they will email him a receipt and you will need a copy of this MRV Receipt to bring with you to the interview. The customer service line will ask for your email address so they will send you a copy of the MRV Receipt as well. Bring that and your interview letter to the embassy just to get in. You will need other documents (see embassy website) for the interview itself. Good luck!

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Yes that's the number to call from the US. There is a flat $16 fee for the call and the K1 is an IMMIGRANT visa when you listen to the prompts. Its actually a customer service number that's based in Glascow, Scotland. After he pays for the visa, they will email him a receipt and you will need a copy of this MRV Receipt to bring with you to the interview. The customer service line will ask for your email address so they will send you a copy of the MRV Receipt as well. Bring that and your interview letter to the embassy just to get in. You will need other documents (see embassy website) for the interview itself. Good luck!

wow that's lovely thank you very very much for your help :) all the best

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Be careful. I paid it, and the MRV receipt, which is REQUIRED to enter the Embassy, had my name, and all the supporting paperwork had our names and info jumbled! I called back several times to get it squared away, so try to wait online to get the receipt at the same time, and call back once to check paperwork. Our interview date got sent out a bit later due to this jumbling :( (5 weeks)

I was just trying to be nice, as my fiancee was working, and I had time, but in the end.....

PS It's OK if your info is at bottom as payor, but top has to have his/her name. You'll know what I mean when you see it.

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hi there, i'm the U.S. citizen, i used my credit card to pay the visa fee, on the MRV receipt it states, "You are required to print this receipt, have the credit cardholder sign the acknowledgement below and submit it with your completed visa application package. If you do not submit the signed receipt, your application will be returned to you unprocessed."

and then it says "Applicant must read and sign below" and there is only only one space to sign next to the word "Applicant" so who should sign the receipt? my fiance or myself ? in our case the cardholder and the applicant is not the same person...

any replies are highly appreciated.

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Yes that's the number to call from the US. There is a flat $16 fee for the call and the K1 is an IMMIGRANT visa when you listen to the prompts. Its actually a customer service number that's based in Glascow, Scotland. After he pays for the visa, they will email him a receipt and you will need a copy of this MRV Receipt to bring with you to the interview. The customer service line will ask for your email address so they will send you a copy of the MRV Receipt as well. Bring that and your interview letter to the embassy just to get in. You will need other documents (see embassy website) for the interview itself. Good luck!

K1 is not an immigrant visa. Some consulates may handle them together with immigrant visas, but it is NOT an immigrant visa.


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I ordered my fiancee an additional card on my Visa account then sent it to her in the UK. Then I called the CC company and told them the card will be used in the UK extensively. She used it for the medical, the visas, taxis, a ride to the airport, everything. The CC company called me to verify this was for real. I had her email me all card usage in case the number was stolen along the way. The CC company had me verify a Tesco charge. You want to keep close tabs on the card use in case the number is stolen and the card needs to be replaced.


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Be sure to get a copy of the receipt, it will be needed a the embassy.


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