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My fiancee was able to pay the $265 USD visa fee at her local BPI bank. However when she tried to pay the $265USD for her 3 year old (K2 visa) there was no obvious choice in the machine.

She doesn't want to make the wrong choice so she asked the bank personnel and they do not know what choice is correct. She called the embassy and they also do not know the correct choice.

I think it is probable the same machine option that she used: "K1 fiancee"

Has anyone used the BPI machine for a K2 visa?

There is nothing out of the ordinary with this K2. The child has never been out of the country, has a fresh passport, is coming with her Mom to the U.S.A on the K1 (God willing).

Thanks

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My fiancee was able to pay the $265 USD visa fee at her local BPI bank. However when she tried to pay the $265USD for her 3 year old (K2 visa) there was no obvious choice in the machine.

She doesn't want to make the wrong choice so she asked the bank personnel and they do not know what choice is correct. She called the embassy and they also do not know the correct choice.

I think it is probable the same machine option that she used: "K1 fiancee"

Has anyone used the BPI machine for a K2 visa?

There is nothing out of the ordinary with this K2. The child has never been out of the country, has a fresh passport, is coming with her Mom to the U.S.A on the K1 (God willing).

Thanks

You have a second deposit slip and you make the payment $265 under K1, same as your fiancee.


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Okay, I think I know what's going on. BPI's gone completely electronic now for over-the-counter transactions. No more deposit slips. You enter all the info on an electronic kiosk. So if Hank's info holds right, you punch the option for K1 as you saw when you were there previously.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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you are correct.

Here is what she did. She went back in the early morning when the bank first opened and the bank manager was available to help her. You click on K1 fiancee visa and then it gives you the option to select K2 or any of the other K visas.

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