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Because my wife's appointment isn't scheduled for 6 weeks and THEN at 7:30AM, is it possible, since she's planning on coming to Bangkok next week for her medical, shr could bring her appointment letter to the Embassy then and pay the fee?

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1 hour ago, SonofBaraka said:

Because my wife's appointment isn't scheduled for 6 weeks and THEN at 7:30AM, is it possible, since she's planning on coming to Bangkok next week for her medical, shr could bring her appointment letter to the Embassy then and pay the fee?

Why wouldn't you just do it on the day of the interview?  Cashier will be open 

 

Secondly,  she most likely will not be allowed in without an interview confirmation for THAT day

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YMMV

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3 hours ago, payxibka said:

Why wouldn't you just do it on the day of the interview?  Cashier will be open 

 

Secondly,  she most likely will not be allowed in without an interview confirmation for THAT day

Well, according to the embassy's website, it opens at 8AM and since her appt. is at 7::30AM and since she needs to pay the application fee prior to her interview, unless the payment office opens at 7AM or thereabouts, she won't make her interview. Is that right?

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18 minutes ago, SonofBaraka said:

Well, according to the embassy's website, it opens at 8AM and since her appt. is at 7::30AM and since she needs to pay the application fee prior to her interview, unless the payment office opens at 7AM or thereabouts, she won't make her interview. Is that right?

Not to worry,  they will be open to take the money 


YMMV

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Usually what happens is that she will line up for document review, reviewed, then will be sent to the cashier, get in line for interview, and finally interviewed. 

 

Remember the instructions are really written for DCF.  In regular case the VIsa Fee gets paid at the NVC stage, before the interview.


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