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Immediate Relative and Family Preference Applications



Employment-Based Applications



Other Immigrant Visa Applications (I-360 and Special Immigrant Visas)



Diversity Visa Program Fee



Determining Returning Resident Status



Immigrant visa application fees may be paid in cash, traveler's check, U.S. Postal Money Order, or major credit cards at the Embassy's consular cashier if these have not been paid to the National Visa Center (NVC) in the U.S.  Payments at the Embassy may be in Philippine pesos at the prevailing Embassy exchange rate.  Each applicant, regardless of age, will require a separate fee payment.  Fees are non-refundable for applications submitted and processed.   

Applicants for K visas on the other hand, pay a US$265 nonimmigrant visa application fee. The application fee for nonimmigrant visas must be paid prior to scheduling a visa interview appointment.  There are three ways to pay the K visa application fee:

a)    Cash payment at any Bank of the Philippine Island (BPI) branch. Please note that beginning September 3, 2012, K (fiancé(e) and K3) visa applicants are required to present a U.S. visa application deposit slip to pay the K visa fee.  Before going to the bank, K (fiancée and K3) visa applicants must print the applicable U.S. visa application deposit slip , which can be downloaded from the online appointment website:, and take it to the bank to pay the fee.

There is an expiration date on the deposit slip.  Bank agents will not accept payments based on expired deposit slips. Upon payment, the bank will issue a receipt.  This receipt cannot be replaced.  Applicants will not be able to schedule an appointment without the receipt number.

b)    Online payment bill option provided by BPI to their clients

c)    Online payment through Bancnet.

For more details regarding K visa payment options, please visit and click Bank and Payment Options.

Medical Examination Fee:  

St. Luke's Medical Center Extension Clinic (SLMCEC), the Embassy's accredited medical facility, charges Php 11,300 for adults (15 years and older) and Php 8,600 for children (under 15 years of age) for the medical examination fee.

The fees must be paid in Philippine pesos.

Additional Fees:

For a list of all visa application fees and other types of visa processing fees collected by the Department of State and Department of Homeland Security, click here.