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If you're talking about the IV and AOS fees, then yes, unless you have already paid them, in which case you must provide the receipts. If it's the $165 immigrant fee, I think it's payable online. If any of the first two or both aren't paid, you'll be expected to pay them at the time of the interview, I think they don't accept cash so you have to check payment methods of your local embassy in advance to prepare.

Edited by xDestineyx

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From what I read on the embassy's website for the K1 visa you pay the $265 DS160 fee at Banco Popular before you schedule your appointment on ustraveldocs. You pay the medical at the doctor's office and nothing at the embassy. Here's the link: http://santodomingo.usembassy.gov/iv-new_process-k1_steps.html. Good luck!

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