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I am confused here... so when you are applying for a K1 visa, how many fees do you pay? and where do you pay at? embassy at Bogota Colombia...

could someone explain it to me step by step please..... thank you

 

once your case is set to NVC what fees do you during this process and scheduling the interview and at the interview....


Indira Sabogal

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Hi OP,

 

Take some time and  :guides:

 

Also, you can see the info you are asking about here: https://www.uscis.gov/i-129f   or  here: https://www.visajourney.com/k1-fiance-visa/

 


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25 minutes ago, Indira/Charlys said:

I am confused here... so when you are applying for a K1 visa, how many fees do you pay? and where do you pay at? embassy at Bogota Colombia...

could someone explain it to me step by step please..... thank you

 

once your case is set to NVC what fees do you during this process and scheduling the interview and at the interview....

As of early 2019, the filing fees for the K-1 process were $535 for Form I-129F (filed with USCIS), $265 to apply for the K visa (paid to the consulate), and $1,225 for Form I-485 and the adjustment of status packet (filed with USCIS), including the biometrics fee. That brings the total government U.S. fee to $2,025.

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1 hour ago, adil-rafa said:

As of early 2019, the filing fees for the K-1 process were $535 for Form I-129F (filed with USCIS), $265 to apply for the K visa (paid to the consulate), and $1,225 for Form I-485 and the adjustment of status packet (filed with USCIS), including the biometrics fee. That brings the total government U.S. fee to $2,025.

Well the 535 i paid that already when i applied! But the 265 do you pay when you go online to donthe Ds160


Indira Sabogal

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1 hour ago, Indira/Charlys said:

Ok! So when we go to the interview in Bogota Colombia you pay the fee to the officer interviewing you?

if interview goes good and you are approved

but the CO should not take the money 

there should be a checkout place

USCIS site says it can also be paid online 

most embassies accept both USD or the country's money

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