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Hello, Ive (petitioner) completed the DS-160 application for my fiancé(beneficiary), she will submit it but my question is this can I then log back into her application to pay for the visa or can I give her my credit card same with the confirmation page? How does that work?

Thanks,

Dennis & Lida

Colombia

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52 minutes ago, crete456 said:

Hello, Ive (petitioner) completed the DS-160 application for my fiancé(beneficiary), she will submit it but my question is this can I then log back into her application to pay for the visa or can I give her my credit card same with the confirmation page? How does that work?

Thanks,

Dennis & Lida

Colombia

Depends on the country.  Check out the page for Bogata/Columbia... it states cash payment at Helm bank for K1.

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Just a tip:  when she goes for her interview at the Embassy, ensure she has a copy of the receipt.

 

When I had my K1 interview, the packet I received with a list of things to bring did not say to have proof of payment, but it wound up being one of the first things they asked me for.  (Luckily, I had it because I am neurotic, and would have been devastated if that held things up bc I had to drive 7 hours to get to the Embassy that handled K1 interview).

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2 hours ago, crete456 said:

Hello, Ive (petitioner) completed the DS-160 application for my fiancé(beneficiary), she will submit it but my question is this can I then log back into her application to pay for the visa or can I give her my credit card same with the confirmation page? How does that work?

Thanks,

Dennis & Lida

Colombia

Hi, 

 

For the payment you sign in in a different website. 

 

You can do either, to pay go to https://ais.usvisa-info.com/es-co/iv/users/sign_in sign up, if you making the payment you'll need the application number the one beginning with AA..., get get the bio page of your fiancée's passport since there is information there you'll need.

 

Hope this helps.

 

V

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