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My wife got Visa to migrate to the US and the US Consulate told her that she should make the green card fee payment after she receives the Visa and before she departs from the United States. I am making the fee payment on her behalf. However, in the Case ID field (which is the same thing as the NVC receipt number and added 01 in the end), the numbers limitation is only upto 0. For example, if her NVC receipt number is ABC2014000111, then her case ID number is ABC201400011101. However on the ELIS website (where you make the fees), you can only enter upto ABC20140001110 and not the last digit.

Has anyone else had this issue? What should be done?

Please let me know.

Thanks,

Bhargav Sura

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Your DOS Case ID is identified as the IV Case Number on your visa stamp. However, please note the IV Case Number has two additional numbers at the end, such as 01 or 02. When entering the IV Case Number as the DOS Case ID into USCIS ELIS, do not include the last two numbers. For example, if your IV Case Number is “ABC1234567801,” you would enter your DOS Case ID as “ABC12345678” (do not include the “01”)

hope this helps!

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~~moved to general immigration from IR1/CR1 process and procedures with similar topics~~


My wife got Visa to migrate to the US and the US Consulate told her that she should make the green card fee payment after she receives the Visa and before she departs from the United States. I am making the fee payment on her behalf. However, in the Case ID field (which is the same thing as the NVC receipt number and added 01 in the end), the numbers limitation is only upto 0. For example, if her NVC receipt number is ABC2014000111, then her case ID number is ABC201400011101. However on the ELIS website (where you make the fees), you can only enter upto ABC20140001110 and not the last digit.

Has anyone else had this issue? What should be done?

Please let me know.

Thanks,

Bhargav Sura

the bolded part is her DOS number.


http://www.uscis.gov/uscis-elis/immigrant-fee-payment-tips-finding-your-number-and-dos-case-id


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My wife got Visa to migrate to the US and the US Consulate told her that she should make the green card fee payment after she receives the Visa and before she departs from the United States. I am making the fee payment on her behalf. However, in the Case ID field (which is the same thing as the NVC receipt number and added 01 in the end), the numbers limitation is only upto 0. For example, if her NVC receipt number is ABC2014000111, then her case ID number is ABC201400011101. However on the ELIS website (where you make the fees), you can only enter upto ABC20140001110 and not the last digit.

Has anyone else had this issue? What should be done?

Please let me know.

Thanks,

Bhargav Sura

Hi,

I also have to pay my GC fees from India.$165. Did u pay using credit/debit card of a bank in India? Is it possible to pay using credit/Debit Visa card of ICICI bank?

Pl guide. Thanks

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