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Old May 1st 2002, 9:39 pm
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as it seems there is changes in fees and because i want to have adequate funds with me when i get called for the Medical & Interview can any of the latest London Interviewees advise the cost of
1 the medical and

2 the issuance of the K1 visa and is this required in cash, cheque, or visa card?
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Old May 2nd 2002, 4:40 pm
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    > as it seems there is changes in fees and because i want to have adequate funds with
    > me when i get called for the Medical & Interview can any of the latest London
    > Interviewees advise the cost of 1 the medical and
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    > 2 the issuance of the K1 visa and is this required in cash, cheque, or visa card?
    > Many thanks for your help Brian

Hi Brian. I went for my interview in March and the medical was 125 pounds. I had only
110 pounds in cash with me 'cos i had also not realised that the prices had
increased. That's when I found out that they do take visa cards. Also remember that
if u have to get shots, u'll probably have to pay for those as well.

I had to pay the visa fee of 32 pounds beforehand at a Barclays bank. I didn't have
any other fees to pay. I hope that helps.

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Old May 4th 2002, 6:44 am
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Thanks Cubendri you say the visa fee is £32 on a form i have it is shown as $325 which does seem somewhat expensive so your figure sounds like they have a printing error
the necessary documentation the you have to process the fee of £32 is it sent to you or given to you at the Embassy
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    > Thanks Cubendri you say the visa fee is £32 on a form i have it is shown as $325
    > which does seem somewhat expensive so your figure sounds like

I believe $325 is the fee for an immigrant visa. If you are doing K1 - remember K1 is
not an immigrant visa.

    > they have a printing error the necessary documentation the you have to process the
    > fee of £32 is it sent to you or given to you at the Embassy

When I did K1 it was 28 not 32, but the form was sent with either pkt 3 or pkt 4, you
were supposed to pay it at Barclays (I think, other banks may charge), and take the
stamped counterfoil with you to the Embassy as proof of payment. I have seen someone
refer to that recently, so it seems they are still doing something like that although
the fee is increased.

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Old May 4th 2002, 7:57 pm
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Thanks to all who have been so helpfull really appreciate it Brian
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