Welcome to the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) SEVIS I‑901 Fee processing website.
This site provides automated capabilities that support the payment of the fee for F‑1, F‑3, M‑1, M‑3, and J‑1 Non‑immigrants required and authorized by Public Law 104‑208, Subtitle D, Section 641.
Effective April 2014, the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) will update the I-901 Fee Collection process, offering a web and ACH based solution for payments made by Western Union. This solution will facilitate the real-time posting of Western Union payments, allowing applicants to immediately print their I-901 Payment Confirmation. Applicants choosing to pay their I-901 Fee by Western Union will be required to fill out the Form I-901 on the website prior to visiting Western Union. You must have the coupon number in order to complete the payment at Western Union. Please follow the detailed payment instructions below:
Step 1: Fill out the Form I-901 online. Coupon will be generated.
Step 2: Print the coupon and take it to your local Western Union.
Step 3: Fill out the Quick Collect/Quick Pay Form according to the information found at the bottom of the printed coupon. Example below:
|Company Name (or Code City):||SEVISFEE|
|**Please note that the payment amount may differ according to your specific visa type.|
Step 4: Present the Quick Collect/Quick Pay Form and your payment to the Western Union Agent for processing.
Payment will be linked to your Form I-901 and your online Payment Confirmation will be available immediately at www.fmjfee.com. You will be able to go to your Visa Appointment 2-3 days after your payment has posted.
To complete and submit a new SEVIS Form I‑901 and pay the I‑901 Fee, click the Submit Form I‑901 and Fee Payment button.
To check the status of your Form I‑901 or I‑901 Fee payment, click the Check I‑901 Status / Print Payment Confirmation button.
This DHS computer system and any related equipment is subject to monitoring for administrative oversight, law enforcement, criminal investigative purposes, inquiries into alleged wrongdoing or misuse, and to ensure proper performance of applicable security features and procedures. As part of this monitoring, DHS may acquire, access, retain, intercept, capture, retrieve, record, read, inspect, analyze, audit, copy and disclose any information processed, transmitted, received, communicated, and stored within the computer system. If monitoring reveals possible misuse or criminal activity, notice of such may be provided to appropriate supervisory personnel and law enforcement officials. DHS may conduct these activities in any manner without further notice. Accordingly, there can be no expectation of privacy in the course of your use of this computer system. The use of a password or any other security measure does not establish an expectation of privacy. There is no expectation of privacy in any media, peripherals or other devices placed in or connected to the computer system.
Authority and Purpose: Sections 1154, 1184, 1372, and 1258 of Title 8, U.S. Code, authorize ICE to collect this information. ICE collects your information to facilitate the payment of the Student and Exchange Visitor Program fee for F, M, and J nonimmigrants (students, exchange visitors, and their dependents). This fee is mandated by Congress to support the program office and the automated system that keeps track of students and exchange visitors and ensures that they maintain their status while in the United States. Furnishing your information is voluntary; however, failure to provide it may result in denial of admission to the United States.
Routine Uses: Your information may be disclosed to other government agencies, contractors, or financial institutions as may be necessary to facilitate the payment and accounting of the Student and Exchange Visitor Program fee.
Public Reporting Burden
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is collecting this information as a part of its agency mission under the Department of Homeland Security. The estimated average time to review the instructions, search existing data sources, gather and maintain the data needed and completing and reviewing this collection of information is 19 minutes (0.32 hours) per response. An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, an information collection unless it displays a currently valid OMB Control Number. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden to:
Office of the Chief Financial Officer/OAA/Records Branch
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
500 12th Street, SW Stop 5705
Washington, D.C. 20536‑5705
(Do not mail your completed I‑901 to this address.)