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1 minute ago, aaron2020 said:

The DS-260 visa application fee is $325.  This fee is paid online to the NVC.  

 

The immigrant fee is $220 for the green card.  This fee is paid online to USCIS after you get your visa approval.

 

Both fees have to be paid online. 

 

 

My husband paid that fee on line  ceac  form show that fee , on interview day can i take visa fee or not , ????

 My visa cetagory is f2a and 29 march is my interview 

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4 minutes ago, Uzma irfan said:

My husband paid that fee on line  ceac  form show that fee , on interview day can i take visa fee or not , ????

 My visa cetagory is f2a and 29 march is my interview 

No, you can not pay the $220 Immigrant Fee at the interview.  You must pay it online after the interview once your visa is approved.  

 

There is no such thing as an F2a visa fee.  

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49 minutes ago, aaron2020 said:

No, you can not pay the $220 Immigrant Fee at the interview.  You must pay it online after the interview once your visa is approved.  

 

There is no such thing as an F2a visa fee.  

Me and my five year old son’s interview can we both pay immigrant fee or only me   

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52 minutes ago, aaron2020 said:

No, you can not pay the $220 Immigrant Fee at the interview.  You must pay it online after the interview once your visa is approved.  

 

There is no such thing as an F2a visa fee.  

I m much affraod to hear people’s experience and denial visa  , 

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Just now, Uzma irfan said:

Me and my five year old son’s interview can we both pay immigrant fee or only me   

If both of you are approved for immigration visas, then you would both need to pay the fee for each green card.  You pay $220 Immigrant Fee for your green card.  Son would pay $220 Immigrant Fee for his green card.  Both fees paid online only.

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Just now, Uzma irfan said:

I m much affraod to hear people’s experience and denial visa  , 

Pray for me and son that we both get approved and go to my husband

Just now, aaron2020 said:

If both of you are approved for immigration visas, then you would both need to pay the fee for each green card.  You pay $220 Immigrant Fee for your green card.  Son would pay $220 Immigrant Fee for his green card.  Both fees paid online only.

Thank u so much 

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12 hours ago, Uzma irfan said:

Pray for me and son that we both get approved and go to my husband

Thank u so much 

 

12 hours ago, aaron2020 said:

If both of you are approved for immigration visas, then you would both need to pay the fee for each green card.  You pay $220 Immigrant Fee for your green card.  Son would pay $220 Immigrant Fee for his green card.  Both fees paid online only.

Hey  islamabd co denied my visa he said ur marriage is fraud c i have 5 year old son , how can they said that my marriage is fraud he was very rude 

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42 minutes ago, Uzma irfan said:

 

Hey  islamabd co denied my visa he said ur marriage is fraud c i have 5 year old son , how can they said that my marriage is fraud he was very rude 

In your other thread about this, you said he kept your passport, and told you to upload your documents...it's not denied, it's pending approval of the documents the CO is asking you to submit.


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17 minutes ago, Going through said:

In your other thread about this, you said he kept your passport, and told you to upload your documents...it's not denied, it's pending approval of the documents the CO is asking you to submit.

No he said i ll not give u bisa any way u put these documents on ceac , and he want my son hospital record , my wedding pics , my husbands passports page entry and exit dates , emails and letter , contracts or bills between me and my spouse , i dont know how to submit these things on ceac 

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4 hours ago, Uzma irfan said:

he want my son hospital record , my wedding pics , my husbands passports page entry and exit dates , emails and letter , contracts or bills between me and my spouse

These are all things that could have been provided in the I-130 petition if your husband thought to submit it.  

 

Your visa will be refused without the documents.


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1 hour ago, Paul & Mary said:

These are all things that could have been provided in the I-130 petition if your husband thought to submit it.  

 

Your visa will be refused without the documents.

Yes he submit i-130 , but when they submit attorney jist want civil documenta and nothing, they refused my visa bcoZ they lots of queation about mu husband’s ex wife , and i dont know Actual reason behind divorce

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2 minutes ago, Uzma irfan said:

attorney jist want civil documenta and nothing,

Then your attorney didn't help your case.  If they had submitted those documents we should not be having this conversation.  

 

These are all things that could have been provided in the I-130 petition if your husband's attorney  thought to submit it.   If you do not upload it you can supply it later if you want to appeal your case.  


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looks like you are getting the same answers on another post.

 

 


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August 2, 2018 Case Complete At Consulate

September 25, 2018 Interview in CDJ and Approved!

October 7, 2018 In the USA

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October 29, 2018 Applied for Social Security Card - November 5, 2018 Social Security Card received

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