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Can Guam residents pay with credit card? (split)

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Is anyone of you knows if Guam residents are allowed to use the G-1450 form to pay? I have been searching on the internet but did not find any answers.

Yes. As long as it is a valid credit card and all the forms will be sent to the corrected address.

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Hi I need help!

I am a bit confused if Guam residents can pay naturalization fees by credit card?

I saw a statement on the GUIDE TO NATURALIZATION saying:
"You must $680 fee with your application. Pay a fee with a check or money orer drawn on a U.S. bank payable to the Deapartment of Homeland Security....
You may also pay using a credit card. There is no additional fee when you do so........."
Residents of Guam should make a fee payable to the Treasurer, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islandshoul make a fee payable to the Commissioner pf the Virgin Islands."
What do you think does it mean? An answer would be greatly appreciated/ Thank you.

just curious if anyone had used this G-1450 from (credit card payment) for filing N-400. It seems like its a new form added on 08/06/15.

HI, I am a bit confused if Guam residents can pay naturalization fees by credit card?
I saw a statement on the GUIDE TO NATURALIZATION saying:
"You must $680 fee with your application. Pay a fee with a check or money orer drawn on a U.S. bank payable to the Deapartment of Homeland Security....
You may also pay using a credit card. There is no additional fee when you do so........."
Residents of Guam should make a fee payable to the Treasurer, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islandshoul make a fee payable to the Commissioner pf the Virgin Islands."
What do you think does it mean? An answer would be greatly appreciated/ Thank you.

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