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NVC document requirements

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Hello everyone,

 

I have just received an email from NVC stating that I need to visit the CEAC website and fill in the required forms, gather the documents and make the payments.

Can someone please guide me, how to go about it? Especially as to how to make the payments and what documents will be required? As I wont be able to access the website for another 72 hours (the email said that first time bloggers have to wait the time period).

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7 minutes ago, MadihaA said:

Can someone please guide me, how to go about it?

Ok, Top of this page, there is a drop down menu that says "Guides". Choose the appropriate guide and read through it. If you have more specific questions, please post. 

 

8 minutes ago, MadihaA said:

Especially as to how to make the payments and what documents will be required?

You need to have a checking account with a US institution/Bank. Just put in your routing number and checking number. Easy, just like you pay your electric bill or similar. 

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6 minutes ago, USS_Voyager said:

Ok, Top of this page, there is a drop down menu that says "Guides". Choose the appropriate guide and read through it. If you have more specific questions, please post. 

 

You need to have a checking account with a US institution/Bank. Just put in your routing number and checking number. Easy, just like you pay your electric bill or similar. 

Thanks! I will look at the guides. Can I have my brother make the payments? He is in the US and working and a citizen.

 

Also, any idea what is the next step and how long will it take after I submit the documents for it to happen? 

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3 minutes ago, MadihaA said:

Thanks! I will look at the guides. Can I have my brother make the payments? He is in the US and working and a citizen 

Anybody can make a payment. As long as it's clear, they don't care who pays for it.

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