As of June 17, a visa to the United States will cost $185 | Ecuador | News

Starting Saturday, the cost of a tourist visa to the United States will show an increase of $25, after the authorities decided to limit the document to $185.

The US State Department reported that the increase will occur in certain nonimmigrant visa (NIV) application processing fees and Border Crossing Card (BCC) fees for Mexican citizens 15 years of age or older.

From June 17, fees for visas to the United States will increase

The increase will be evident in business or tourism visitor visas (B1/B2 and BCC) and other non-petitions-based nonimmigrant visas (NIV) such as student visas and exchange visas.

In the case of category H, L, O, P, Q, and R visas, it ranges from $190 to $205. Applications for a treaty trader, investor, and treaty student in a specialized profession (Class E) will cost $315.

The last time the cost of visa processing increased was in 2014 and was granted to recoup costs for the services of the Consular Section.

Other consular fees will remain the same, including fees for waiving the two-year residency requirement for some exchange visitors. (YO)

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