Wondering how to generate US VISA application fees bank payment slip in Uganda by yourself? Wondering which local Ugandan banks are supported when paying your US VISA application fees? How about the current US Nonimmigration VISA fees? Now that you have seen how to go about applying for the Nonimmigrant US VISA, how to get prepared before you apply, how to go determine which VISA category is fit for you, how to fill the application and so forth, now its time to generate the fees associated with your application, and go pay in the supported bank.
Please note that in order to be able to generate US VISA application bank payment slip, you will need to have already submitted your application as seen in this post. Your application number will be required together with the VISA type for example B-1. You will also be required to have a working email address and one you have access to since its crucial when it comes to receiving all correspondences with regard to your appointment and fees payments. Below is how to go about generating, and or creating a bank payment slip for your US Nonimmigrant VISA application.
1. An application number
2. Working email address
3. VISA type (Category)
4. Phone number
Creating an Account
You should begin by creating an account from the Official U.S. Department of State Visa Appointment Service website. You should visit this link, chose your Country and Click on Apply if you already filled the DS-160 form. If you already have an account, you will click on Continue and login. Fill out all required information and save.
Generating your fees bank payment slip
Now that you are into your Official U.S. VISA information and appointment services account, click on corresponding link next to your VISA application number, select the VISA type and see the amount you will pay. At this time, you will be able to see the nearest appointment date which you should take note of. Click save and download your Bank payment slip. Depending on your Country, the payment slip will contain the Bank name where you are supposed to pay, the payment number, the account details of the recipient and the last date when you should have paid the money. For those in Uganda, Centenary bank is most likely.