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Hello VJ,

My husband has his CR1 visa interview on Jan 10th in Mumbai. While preparing for the documents to take, we noticed that there is a fee of $230.00 payable to "The American Consulate General, Mumbai" in a bank draft issued by a nationalized or foreign bank. The current exchange rate for $1 is Rs. 57.

When I submitted the IV application (Form DS230), I have paid $230.00. Is this a different fee that needs to be paid at the interview?

Please help. Thanks.

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Hello VJ,

My husband has his CR1 visa interview on Jan 10th in Mumbai. While preparing for the documents to take, we noticed that there is a fee of $230.00 payable to "The American Consulate General, Mumbai" in a bank draft issued by a nationalized or foreign bank. The current exchange rate for $1 is Rs. 57.

When I submitted the IV application (Form DS230), I have paid $230.00. Is this a different fee that needs to be paid at the interview?

Please help. Thanks.

you paid all the fees at NVC level, no fees tp be paid at consulate.

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$230 that you paid at NVC is the same fee. You don't have to pay that again.

My case just got transferred at NVC, and I am bit confused. I am USC and my husband is Indian citizen living in India. I am going to assign myself as agent for DS3032 form. Who has to fill out the DS230 form and at what stage? I thought after case got transferred to US consulate in India, my husband will have to submit the DS230 form along with all the documents.

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$230 that you paid at NVC is the same fee. You don't have to pay that again.

My case just got transferred at NVC, and I am bit confused. I am USC and my husband is Indian citizen living in India. I am going to assign myself as agent for DS3032 form. Who has to fill out the DS230 form and at what stage? I thought after case got transferred to US consulate in India, my husband will have to submit the DS230 form along with all the documents.

Please Help

Thanks for your reply. I also registered myself as agent. Then I submitted the DS230 form with my husband's signature and paid the IV fee at NVC. Complete the choice of agent form and send it to NVC. Then you will receive an e-mail from NVC asking you to submit the DS230 form with supporting documents.

There are no fees for CR1 at the embassy. All fees were paid at NVC.

Thanks.

you paid all the fees at NVC level, no fees tp be paid at consulate.

Thanks.

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