To pay the US visa fee in Kenya, you can either complete the payment online through the US Visa Information and Appointment Services website or pay in person at an approved bank designated by the US Embassy.
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To pay the US visa fee in Kenya, you have two options: completing the payment online or paying in person at an approved bank designated by the US Embassy.
- Online Payment:
One convenient way to pay the US visa fee in Kenya is through the US Visa Information and Appointment Services website. Here are the steps to follow:
a. Visit the US Visa Information and Appointment Services website.
b. Create a profile and complete the DS-160 form.
c. Select the payment option and provide the necessary details such as your passport number and visa application fee payment receipt number.
d. Pay the visa fee using a debit or credit card.
e. Print the payment confirmation receipt to bring to your visa interview.
- Payment at an Approved Bank:
If you prefer to pay in person, you can visit an approved bank designated by the US Embassy. Here is how you can proceed:
a. Visit the US Visa Information and Appointment Services website and create a profile.
b. Complete the DS-160 form and select the payment option.
c. Choose the ‘Cash at Bank’ option and print the applicable U.S. visa application deposit slip.
d. Take the printed deposit slip to any branch of the approved bank and pay in cash.
e. Keep the payment receipt provided by the bank and bring it to your visa interview.
It is worth noting that the US visa fee is subject to change, so it’s always advisable to check the official US Visa Information and Appointment Services website for the most up-to-date fee amount.
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- The US visa fee is non-refundable, even if your visa application is denied.
- The fee must be paid for each visa application, including children.
- The fee may vary depending on the visa category you are applying for.
- Available payment methods typically include debit/credit cards, cash, or bank drafts.
- It is important to schedule your visa interview after paying the fee, as the payment confirmation receipt is required during the interview.
|Online Payment||1. Create a profile on the US Visa Services website. \n2. Complete the DS-160 form. \n3. Select payment option and provide necessary details. \n4. Pay using debit/credit card. \n5. Print payment confirmation receipt.|
|Bank Payment||1. Create a profile on the US Visa Services website. \n2. Complete the DS-160 form. \n3. Select payment option as ‘Cash at Bank’. \n4. Print U.S. visa application deposit slip. \n5. Pay cash at an approved bank branch and keep receipt.|
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This video provides a step-by-step guide on how to book a US visa appointment in Kenya after completing the DS-160 visa form. The process involves creating an account and following the instructions sent to the registered email address. It’s important to ensure that the information entered in the account matches the passport and DS-160 form to avoid delays. The speaker offers further help and assistance by encouraging viewers to send a message.
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Immigrant visa fees If you have not paid all required fees to either the National Visa Center or via the appointment website, please be prepared to pay these fees on the day of your interview. All fees may be paid in U.S. dollars or Kenyan shillings. We accept cash and credit cards only.
Create a user account on the official website @ https://ais.usvisa-info.com/en-ke/niv/users/sign_in Add applicant information to complete the registration. Continue with the flow of the website until you arrive at the Payment page. Select Pay by Cash. Download, print, and follow the Cash payment instruction sheet.
Start your application process by completing the visa application form DS-160. Create an account at the website and fill out all your travel information. Print out a deposit slip found in your account. You will use the slip to pay the visa application fee via mpesa or Postbank.
- An immigration passport that must be valid six months after the intended stay.
- A passport picture with specific size requirements (2’’by2’’).