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Do i still need to pay for my moms visa

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My hubby petition my Mom to come join us here in the US.Now she got an interview schedule in Manila this Sept. 8..My question is do I still have to pay for her Visa? I'm confused coz others said it's being paid already,others said I have to pay for it yet..Please help... Where can I pay and how much it is? Thank you.

I know i have to pay $165 for her greencard after the interview.

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You must have petitioned for your mother, your husband can't.

If she has her interview soon, the fees must have been paid already. They don't schedule an interview for an immigrant visa until NVC has received the fee payments.


 

 

 

 

 

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