What is NVC visa fee bill? The NVC fee goes to the processing of your application. You or someone applied on your behalf for an immigrant visa and now it’s been approved. You received your NVC welcome letter and in it, they mention something about fees you need to pay. Two fees mainly form part of this step in your immigration journey.
How do I pay my immigrant visa processing fee?
- Credit card.
- Debit card with a MasterCard or Visa logo.
- Pre-paid debit card (such as a Visa gift card) If you pay with a pre-paid debit card, you may use only one card. The card must have enough money on it to pay for you and any family members.
How long does it take for NVC to send invoice? Typically the NVC will issue you a payment receipt by email within 48 business hours.
How do I get my invoice number from NVC? You can find this number on correspondence from the National Visa Center (NVC) or from the U.S. Consulate. The NVC invoice ID number is normally an 8-digit number provided by NVC. If you have not received such a number from NVC, please use the principal applicant’s date of birth in format DD-MMM-YYYY.