A list with all visa fees at the U.S. Embassy in Montevideo
Prices are shown in American dollars.
The Consular Office uses an exchange rate of 20 Uruguayan pesos per dollar (1 June, 2012).
If you plan to pay with your credit card online, bear in mind that your bank or credit card company may apply additional charges to your credit card, considering the transaction is abroad.
The following list of prices reflects those applied to all Uruguayan Passports. If you have a different nationality, other charges may apply. If you bear a European Passport or a Passport from the Visa Waiver Program, you may not need to apply for a visa.
Non-immigrant visa fees
- Tourism, Business, Transit, Crewmember, Exchange visitor & Journalist (B1, B2, B1/B2, C1, D, F, J, I)
- Petition based visas (H, L, O, P, Q, and R)
- Investor visa (E) (only applicable for specific countries)
- Fiancée visas (K)
- Border crossing card (over 15 years old)
- Border crossing card (under 15 years old)
- J & F visa students will find information for the SEVIS in the related ICE website (http://www.ice.gov/sevis/students/)
Inmigrant Visa fees
- Immediate Relative/Family Preference Visas
- Employment Based Visas
- Other Immigrant Visa Categories
- Diversity Visas Program (DV Lottery)
- Returning Resident Visas