US Nonimmigrant Visa Fees

Author: Jason Coles

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There are many different types of US nonimmigrant visas and each is different in its own way. The visas cover a broad spectrum from business or tourism, working in different professions with specialized skills, religious workers, journalism and media, students, exchange visitors, extraordinary ability, athletes, and many more. The one thing that most US nonimmigrant visas have in common is they have a fee associated with them.

Some nonimmigrant visas are applied for in the U.S. with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), while others are applied for at the Embassy or Consulate in the country you reside in. In other instances, a petition is filed on your behalf with USCIS in the U.S., and, once approved, you must schedule an interview at the Embassy or Consulate in your home country to have the visa put in your passport.

US Nonimmigrant Visa Table

We have provided a table with all the US nonimmigrant visa fees included, it also displays whether the visa is a ‘Petition Based’ or ‘Non-Petition Based’

VisaFee in USD
A-1 Visa$160
A-2 Visa$160
B-1 Visa$160
B-2 Visa$160
C-1 Visa$160
D-1 Visa$160
E-1 Visa$205
E-2 Visa$205
E-3 Visa$205
F-1 Visa$160
H-1B Visa$190
H-1B1 Visa $190
H-2A Visa$190
H-2B Visa$190
H-3 Visa$190
H-1B Visa$190
H-1B1 Visa $190
H-2A Visa$190
H-2B Visa$190
H-3 Visa$190
I-Visa$160
J-Visa$160
L-1 Visa$190
L-2 Visa$190
O-1 Visa$190
O-2 Visa$190
O-3 Visa$190
P-1 Visa$190
P-2 Visa$190
Q-1 Visa$190
R-1 Visa$190
T-1 Visa$160
U Visa$160
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Jason Coles

Jason Coles is the Founder of Foreign USA and its Chief Content Writer and Editor. Recognized as a prolific business plan writer by many prominent immigration attorneys in the U.S., Jason has written over 1,200 business plans over the past 16+ years for start-ups looking to establish and expand their footprint in the United States.