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I know of any real problems....many people use credit cards.........on a positive note, a declined CC results in no penalties......whereas a declined check results in a $35 service charge......


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1 hour ago, TXBill said:

Has anyone used a credit card to pay for I-129F? We prefer using a credit card but we want to make sure that it's as good as a check. We know it can be used but it seems like most use a check. We want to know if there are any cons. Thanks in advance!

Thousands of people use it every day 


YMMV

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Use the card to get the 3-5 times points. I used it for AOS, almost earned a free flight when I paid 1225 for AOS. 5 times points got me just over 6000 points, and I get free one way at 7000 points, your paying anyway, get what you can for doing it.


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7 hours ago, TXBill said:

Has anyone used a credit card to pay for I-129F? We prefer using a credit card but we want to make sure that it's as good as a check. We know it can be used but it seems like most use a check. We want to know if there are any cons. Thanks in advance!

No problems for us. Most online guides are a little out of date, and don't mention that you can pay by credit card, which I think is why so many people pay by check or money order.


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On 7/14/2019 at 6:18 PM, TXBill said:

Has anyone used a credit card to pay for I-129F? We prefer using a credit card but we want to make sure that it's as good as a check. We know it can be used but it seems like most use a check. We want to know if there are any cons. Thanks in advance!

You may pay the fee with a money order, personal check, or cashier's check. When filing at a USCIS Lockbox facility, you may also pay by credit card using Form G-1450, Authorization for Credit Card Transactions.

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PAYMENT BY CREDIT CARD
USCIS has added the option of using a credit card to pay the fees related to a variety of forms.  There is a list of forms that this option applies to at this link, the I-129F and I-130 are included on this list:

 https://www.uscis.gov/forms/forms-processed-uscis-lockbox-facilities

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