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So today I finally got the case number. My question is can my fiance pay the K1 visa fee with his credit card from overseas or will I need to pay this myself at a NCB bank. He's asking if the transaction is an overseas transaction because it's not set up to make transaction out of his country. But I really don't know the answer to that question.

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That is an embassy specific question, I would suggest to jump over to the Jamaica sub-forum


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On 8/2/2019 at 8:26 PM, Kemy said:

So today I finally got the case number. My question is can my fiance pay the K1 visa fee with his credit card from overseas or will I need to pay this myself at a NCB bank. He's asking if the transaction is an overseas transaction because it's not set up to make transaction out of his country. But I really don't know the answer to that question.

Yes, I used my credit card to make the visa payment online. I just got an email from my bank asking if I made the charge but it still went through without any problem 

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10 hours ago, Yani08 said:

Yes, I used my credit card to make the visa payment online. I just got an email from my bank asking if I made the charge but it still went through without any problem 

Thanks alot. When doing the affidavit of support how do u fill out this section of the form. See file attached Screenshot_20190808-075723_Word.thumb.jpg.cb860e40a8a20b82d8e3a4bc2c5f43ef.jpg

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14 hours ago, Kemy said:

Thanks alot. When doing the affidavit of support how do u fill out this section of the form. See file attached Screenshot_20190808-075723_Word.thumb.jpg.cb860e40a8a20b82d8e3a4bc2c5f43ef.jpg

It usually depends on if he supports someone else like does he have children he supports or pays child support for. If he does and they live with the mom he would fill out their information and check partially dependent etc. 

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4 hours ago, Yani08 said:

It usually depends on if he supports someone else like does he have children he supports or pays child support for. If he does and they live with the mom he would fill out their information and check partially dependent etc. 

No he doesn't have children

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