Posts Tagged ‘USD’

Buying the American Dream—The EB-5 visa

August 12, 2016

EB-5 Job creation and money in US
I know Trump makes for a great opening line in any blog, so I will start with Trump. ¬†Trump criticized Mr. Khan, the Gold Star parent by saying that Khan, a lawyer took money from Muslims so that they could buy their citizenship.¬† What he was referring to …



USD to Indian Rs

October 27, 2008

NEW DELHI — Effective Friday, October 24, 2008, all United States Consular Sections in India will adjust the consular exchange rate from Rs. 50 to the dollar to Rs. 54 to the dollar.

This rate change is effective for all rupee-denominated costs of applying for visas and passports, including the nonimmigrant visa application fee paid at HDFC bank branches prior to the scheduling of visa appointments. The new application fee for nonimmigrant visas is Rs. 7074 (equivalent to USD $131). Receipts issued by HDFC Bank prior to October 24, 2008 that reflect a payment of Rs. 6,550 will be honored and there will be no need for a supplemental payment.

For a full listing of specific fee changes and more information on all U.S. visa and consular services, please visit the Embassy website at

Contact Houston Immigration Lawyer, Annie Banerjee, for more information.