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Hello all,

I married my husband with a K-1 Visa. I was born in United States.

My questions are as follows:

Did anyone include a cover letter?

Has anyone paid with a credit card?

Part 13 - I have a bit of confusion:

It says Applicant's Statement Regarding Interpreter.

A. I can read and understand English, and I have read and understand every question and instruction on this application and my answer to every question.

B. The interpreter named in part 14 read to me every question .....

My confusion is the statement regarding interpreter. I checked off part A but just want to make sure.

I appreciate any feedback.

Thank you


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Yes if you can read and understand English then you checked off the right thing. I did not add a cover letter to mine and had no problem. No I believe you're sending a paper application so I will advise you add a check or simple put, just buy a money order with the credit card and add it to the application.

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Hello all,

I married my husband with a K-1 Visa. I was born in United States.

My questions are as follows:

Did anyone include a cover letter?

Has anyone paid with a credit card?

Part 13 - I have a bit of confusion:

It says Applicant's Statement Regarding Interpreter.

A. I can read and understand English, and I have read and understand every question and instruction on this application and my answer to every question.

B. The interpreter named in part 14 read to me every question .....

My confusion is the statement regarding interpreter. I checked off part A but just want to make sure.

I appreciate any feedback.

Thank you

Yes, you can pay with a credit card. They added this feature last year. Just print out the credit card payment form and attach it to your application. You can also attach a check or money order.


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