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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Russia
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My wife's son has his immigration interview on the 11th. I've paid all the fees that I'm aware of except for the medical exam and DHL envelope. Have I missed anything else? The Embassy doesn't charge any further fees do they? Like I said, I've paid all the State Dept. NVC fees.

Just want to double check I didn't miss something.

Thanks.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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[Thank you for asking this question. I am also confused. It says on my email 4 page letter from NVC all fees paid. but my attorney told me they would collect $404 the day of the interview in US dollors at the embassy. Please can anyone answer this quesiton.

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[Thank you for asking this question. I am also confused. It says on my email 4 page letter from NVC all fees paid. but my attorney told me they would collect $404 the day of the interview in US dollors at the embassy. Please can anyone answer this quesiton.

That should be the visa fee itself. My wife had to pay this after her interview. They may also collect a courier fee to send it to you.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Russia
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I've paid the following fees to the NVC already for the I-130 process:

$88 AOS fee

$404 IV fee

So, we should not have more fees unless I've missed something. Please advise if there are more fees.

You're good to go.

Just be aware that the medical clinic will probably charge a CR1/IR1 applicant about $20 more than the fee listed on the website. That's for the medical exam form for those seeking adjustment of status (I forget the exact form number at the moment).

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Russia
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You're good to go.

Just be aware that the medical clinic will probably charge a CR1/IR1 applicant about $20 more than the fee listed on the website. That's for the medical exam form for those seeking adjustment of status (I forget the exact form number at the moment).

Thanks!

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