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Russians Can Pay Their U.S. Visa Fees Online
22.12.2011 15:57
Russians Can Pay Their U.S. Visa Fees Online

A Christmas present to Russian travellers to the U.S. has been made by the country's mission in early December 2011. The visa application fees can now be paid online by credit card. Nonimmigrants and fiance(e)s (K) visa fees can be paid at this website: Payments can be done by Visa or Mastercard. Upon making the payment, the applicant will receive a 14-digit receipt number, to schedule an appointment, also via the Internet at

      Previously, the U.S. visa application fee could also be paid at the Post Office and any VTB24 branch. These options will remain.

      The U.S. Mission in Russia currently has four offices: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, and Vladivostok.

      SourceU.S. Mission in Russia.

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russia-USA Russian international relations visa regime   

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