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U.S. Embassy, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (K-3 Visa)

Old Sep 30th 2002, 6:08 pm
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Hello all! I finally got the approval notice of my I-129F petition from INS for my K-3 visa (2nd NOA 9/11/2002). I was wondering what forms will be included in packet 3, now called "Instruction Package for Immigrant Visa Applicants".

The reason is I would like to know is that I want to have all forms ready so that my wife can send them right back without any delays.

Also, I have a question about paying the fee. The fee is $65.00, but this fee must be pre-paid with the application. here are the instructions outlined at thier website.


http://usembassymalaysia.org.my/klcons4.html
=========================================

The U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur does not accept bank drafts or cash for payment of visa application fees. Instead, all application fees must be prepaid to a special account at RHB Bank Bhd.

How Does It Work?

The system is very simple. Just follow these steps:


1. Go to any branch of RHB Bank in any part of Malaysia and inform the teller that you wish to pay a U.S. visa application fee. The teller will collect your cash payment and validate a special payment slip labeled "Payment for U.S. Visa Application". The teller will keep the white copy of the slip, returning pink and blue copies to you.

2. When you are ready to submit your application, staple the PINK copy of the validated payment slip to the back of your visa application form and keep the BLUE copy as a receipt for your own records.

3. Submit the application to the Embassy along with your passport and any other required documents, through a travel agent, courier, or through the drop-box.

It's that easy!

=========================================

According to this, my wife would have to fly to Malaysia round trip from the Philippines just to send in this application. Isn't there a way around this?

Has anyone every worked with the U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia?

Thank you!

Our K-3 Timeline:
http://207.21.230.28/k3
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Old Sep 30th 2002, 9:04 pm
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Default Re: U.S. Embassy, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (K-3 Visa)

the website for U.S. Embassy, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:

http://usembassymalaysia.org.my

Originally posted by chinkybob:
Hello all! I finally got the approval notice of my I-129F petition from INS for my K-3 visa (2nd NOA 9/11/2002). I was wondering what forms will be included in packet 3, now called "Instruction Package for Immigrant Visa Applicants".

The reason is I would like to know is that I want to have all forms ready so that my wife can send them right back without any delays.

Also, I have a question about paying the fee. The fee is $65.00, but this fee must be pre-paid with the application. here are the instructions outlined at thier website.


http://usembassymalaysia.org.my/klcons4.html
=========================================

The U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur does not accept bank drafts or cash for payment of visa application fees. Instead, all application fees must be prepaid to a special account at RHB Bank Bhd.

How Does It Work?

The system is very simple. Just follow these steps:


1. Go to any branch of RHB Bank in any part of Malaysia and inform the teller that you wish to pay a U.S. visa application fee. The teller will collect your cash payment and validate a special payment slip labeled "Payment for U.S. Visa Application". The teller will keep the white copy of the slip, returning pink and blue copies to you.

2. When you are ready to submit your application, staple the PINK copy of the validated payment slip to the back of your visa application form and keep the BLUE copy as a receipt for your own records.

3. Submit the application to the Embassy along with your passport and any other required documents, through a travel agent, courier, or through the drop-box.

It's that easy!

=========================================

According to this, my wife would have to fly to Malaysia round trip from the Philippines just to send in this application. Isn't there a way around this?

Has anyone every worked with the U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia?

Thank you!

Our K-3 Timeline:
http://207.21.230.28/k3
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Old Oct 1st 2002, 12:03 am
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Default Re: U.S. Embassy, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (K-3 Visa)

I am from Malaysia and philipinos have to process their visa there?

wow ...


On Mon, 30 Sep 2002 18:08:30 +0000, chinkybob
wrote:

    >Hello all! I finally got the approval notice of my I-129F petition from
    >INS for my K-3 visa (2nd NOA 9/11/2002). I was wondering what forms
    >will be included in packet 3, now called "Instruction Package for
    >Immigrant Visa Applicants".
    >The reason is I would like to know is that I want to have all forms
    >ready so that my wife can send them right back without any delays.
    >Also, I have a question about paying the fee. The fee is $65.00, but
    >this fee must be pre-paid with the application. here are the
    >instructions outlined at thier website.
    >http://usembassymalaysia.org.my-
    >/klcons4.html

    >=========================================
    >The U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur does not accept bank drafts or cash for
    >payment of visa application fees. Instead, all application fees must be
    >prepaid to a special account at RHB Bank Bhd.
    >How Does It Work?
    >The system is very simple. Just follow these steps:
    >1. Go to any branch of RHB Bank in any part of Malaysia and inform
    > the teller that you wish to pay a U.S. visa application fee.
    > The teller will collect your cash payment and validate a
    > special payment slip labeled "Payment for U.S. Visa
    > Application". The teller will keep the white copy of the slip,
    > returning pink and blue copies to you.
    >2. When you are ready to submit your application, staple the PINK
    > copy of the validated payment slip to the back of your visa
    > application form and keep the BLUE copy as a receipt for your
    > own records.
    >3. Submit the application to the Embassy along with your passport
    > and any other required documents, through a travel agent,
    > courier, or through the drop-box.
    >It's that easy!
    >=========================================
    >According to this, my wife would have to fly to Malaysia round trip from
    >the Philippines just to send in this application. Isn't there a way
    >around this?
    >Has anyone every worked with the U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia?
    >Thank you!
    >Our K-3 Timeline:
    >http://207.21.230.28/k3
 
Old Oct 1st 2002, 2:31 am
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Default Re: U.S. Embassy, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (K-3 Visa)

No.. my wife is from the Philippines.. and we got married in Malaysia. She was working as a teacher for 4 years in Bangkok, Thailand. We went down to Penang, Malaysia to get married. According to the K-3 law, you must file for the visa where you got married (if it wasn't in the U.S.)



Originally posted by Chong:
I am from Malaysia and philipinos have to process their visa there?

wow ...


On Mon, 30 Sep 2002 18:08:30 +0000, chinkybob
wrote:

    >Hello all! I finally got the approval notice of my I-129F petition from
    >INS for my K-3 visa (2nd NOA 9/11/2002). I was wondering what forms
    >will be included in packet 3, now called "Instruction Package for
    >Immigrant Visa Applicants".
    >The reason is I would like to know is that I want to have all forms
    >ready so that my wife can send them right back without any delays.
    >Also, I have a question about paying the fee. The fee is $65.00, but
    >this fee must be pre-paid with the application. here are the
    >instructions outlined at thier website.
    >http://usembassymalaysia.org.my-
    >/klcons4.html

    >=========================================
    >The U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur does not accept bank drafts or cash for
    >payment of visa application fees. Instead, all application fees must be
    >prepaid to a special account at RHB Bank Bhd.
    >How Does It Work?
    >The system is very simple. Just follow these steps:
    >1. Go to any branch of RHB Bank in any part of Malaysia and inform
    > the teller that you wish to pay a U.S. visa application fee.
    > The teller will collect your cash payment and validate a
    > special payment slip labeled "Payment for U.S. Visa
    > Application". The teller will keep the white copy of the slip,
    > returning pink and blue copies to you.
    >2. When you are ready to submit your application, staple the PINK
    > copy of the validated payment slip to the back of your visa
    > application form and keep the BLUE copy as a receipt for your
    > own records.
    >3. Submit the application to the Embassy along with your passport
    > and any other required documents, through a travel agent,
    > courier, or through the drop-box.
    >It's that easy!
    >=========================================
    >According to this, my wife would have to fly to Malaysia round trip from
    >the Philippines just to send in this application. Isn't there a way
    >around this?
    >Has anyone every worked with the U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia?
    >Thank you!
    >Our K-3 Timeline:
    >http://207.21.230.28/k3
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