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Hello everyone, My fiance and I decided to pay our application fee through visa credit card, but when we are filling out g1450 we found there is one question. Both of us notice that g1450 doesn't ask petitioner to provide security code of credit card, but we always be asked to provide security code when we purchasing in on-line store, so the credit card transaction will not be affected????

My fiance credit card is issued by chase bank.

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Same her for AOS back in February 2019, and no problems. To be safe you might want to let the credit card company know ( Simple phone call) that you are going to have a charge above 500 dollars coming out soon. It isn't much, so it shouldn't cause any flags, but sometimes the automated fraud detection systems see this type of activity as fraud and may decline the transaction. Doubtful depending on how you use the card, but just a suggestion.  Ask your fiancee if he has ever had an issue with charges above 500 dollars before, then you would know. Debit cards are a little more sensitive to this than actual credit cards I have noticed also.

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45 minutes ago, Loren Y said:

Same her for AOS back in February 2019, and no problems. To be safe you might want to let the credit card company know ( Simple phone call) that you are going to have a charge above 500 dollars coming out soon. It isn't much, so it shouldn't cause any flags, but sometimes the automated fraud detection systems see this type of activity as fraud and may decline the transaction. Doubtful depending on how you use the card, but just a suggestion.  Ask your fiancee if he has ever had an issue with charges above 500 dollars before, then you would know. Debit cards are a little more sensitive to this than actual credit cards I have noticed also.

A debit card can also bump into a daily limit.   Been there,  done that 


YMMV

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