USA: Visa Adjustment Processing Fees
Effective September 12, 2014, the Department of State will adjust processing fees for some consular services. The fee for processing an application for Renunciation of U.S. Citizenship is increasing to reflect the true cost of providing this service. The fees for most categories of immigrant visas will change, while fees for nonimmigrant visas largely remain the same.
Documenting a U.S. citizen”s renunciation of citizenship is extremely costly, requiring U.S. consular officers overseas to spend substantial amounts of time to accept, process, and adjudicate cases. The fee for processing renunciation of citizenship, which had previously been subsidized, is casino online now reflective of the true cost.
For immigrant visa processing, the fee for family-sponsored immigrant visas will increase, as will the fee for domestic review of an Affidavit of Support. All other immigrant and special visa processing fees that are changing will decrease.
Although most categories of nonimmigrant visa processing fees will remain the same, the fee for E visas (treaty-traders and treaty-investors) will decrease and the fee for K visas (for fiancé(e)s of U.S. citizens) will increase.
Source: US Embassy Manila