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I did not think so for K-1, but I know for IR/CR you can. Someone posted that they paid online, but it was in error, and they still had to accept the payment.

At the embassy, the staff will direct you when it is time to pay, and then you receive a receipt to just show them that you completed the payment process, and you keep the paid receipt.


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I did not think so for K-1, but I know for IR/CR you can. Someone posted that they paid online, but it was in error, and they still had to accept the payment.

Unless my packet 4 is a typo it says to pay on line I just wanted to know if I could also pay the day of interview , I try calling embassy but no answer

At the embassy, the staff will direct you when it is time to pay, and then you receive a receipt to just show them that you completed the payment process, and you keep the paid receipt.

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I did not think so for K-1, but I know for IR/CR you can. Someone posted that they paid online, but it was in error, and they still had to accept the payment.

At the embassy, the staff will direct you when it is time to pay, and then you receive a receipt to just show them that you completed the payment process, and you keep the paid receipt.

Ok thank you!

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My fiance got an email reply from tge Embassy in Kingston that stated they recently changed procedure and they now want you to register and pay visa fee online. Then they included a link for him to schedule the interview. He did his DS 160 Oct 30

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My fiance got an email reply from tge Embassy in Kingston that stated they recently changed procedure and they now want you to register and pay visa fee online. Then they included a link for him to schedule the interview. He did his DS 160 Oct 30

post the email here and update our consulate info.


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Dear Sir/Madam:

Our procedures for scheduling the K1 visa appointments changed recently, as such please see the attached checklist for guidance on scheduling your appointment online.

Regards,

Visa Unit

This email is UNCLASSIFIED.

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Dear Sir/Madam:

Embassy of the United States of America 142 Old Hope Road

Kingston 6 Jamaica West Indies

We have received a visa petition on your behalf from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) according you status as a fiancé(e). To continue the processing of your case, please read and follow the instructions below:

Step 1Complete the DS-160.

The DS-160 Form is available online at https://ceac.state.gov/genniv/. The system will automatically generate a confirmation number after you submit the form.

Step 2Register online, pay the fee, and schedule your interview.

Please go to http://ais.usvisa-info.com/en-jm/iv, click Register, and follow the on-screen instructions. After you pay the USD $265 fee online, you will be able to schedule your interview.

If you need help registering, please call (876) 632-7400 from Jamaica, or (703) 439-2360 from the U.S.

Step 3Schedule your medical exam.

Consult the medical exam information included in this packet to schedule your exam at least ten (10) days before your interview date.

Step 4Gather the required documents before your interview.

In addition to the DS-160 confirmation page, you must present the items listed below. Any missing information will result in a delay in processing your case.

_____Passport: Passports are required for each applicant, and must have at least six months validity beyond the visa issuance date.

_____Photographs: Each applicant needs six (6) color, passport-sized photographs (four (4) for the medical exam and two (2) for the visa interview).

_____Birth Certificate*: Birth certificates are required for each applicant. If born in Jamaica, please obtain certificates issued by the Registrar Generals Department (RGD) on security paper.

_____Marriage Certificate*: Certified copies of all prior marriage certificates are required for you and/or your fiancé(e), along with the accompanying divorce or death certificates to prove dissolution. Jamaican documents must be issued by the RGD security paper.

_____Police Certificate*: You (and any accompanying children over the age of 16) must obtain a police certificate from the police authorities of any country (including Jamaica) where you have resided for more than one year since your 16th birthday.

rt Records*: If you have been charged with a crime or other offence, obtain a certified court record covering each offence.

_____Military Records: If you have served in the military, you must submit a military record for your complete years of service. This record must also show any convictions of crimes before any military tribunals.

_____Certificate of No-Impediment: Jamaican residents must obtain a Certificate of NoImpediment on RGD security paper. This requirement also applies to any accompanying Jamaican-resident children age 18 or older.

_____Evidence of Support: Your petitioner must submit evidence that you will receive adequate financial support in the U.S. They should complete Form I-134 Affidavit of Support and submit recent tax returns, proof of employment, or other supporting documentation.

_____Medical Examination: Schedule your exam at least ten (10) days prior to your interview.

*non-English documents must be accompanied by certified and notarized English translations.

Included here is a pamphlet about the International Marriage Broker Regulation Act (IMBRA). During your visa interview, the consular officer will summarize the information in the pamphlet. Please read the pamphletit discusses your rights, protections, and the resources available to you in the U.S.

We hope the above information addresses any questions you may have regarding your fiancé(e) visa application. If you have any other questions, please feel free to send an email to kingstoniv@state.gov or visit us online at http://kingston.usembassy.gov.

We look forward to seeing you on your interview date.

Sincerely,

Immigrant Visa Unit

Enclosures:

1. Nonimmigrant Photograph Specifications

2. Affidavit of Support (I-134)

3. Medical History Form

4. Immunization instruction sheet

5. Copy I-129F Petition

6. Criminal background information

7. IMBRA Pamphlet

Rev: 10/2014

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