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US visa fees increase. Can SA fees be far behind?

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U.S. non-immigrant visa-application fees went up to $160 today. Brazil and Bolivia base their visa fees and Chile and Argentina base their airport reciprocity fees on the U.S. figure. I'd look for all those fees to increase for U.S. citizens traveling to those four countries. I heard Brazil already increased its visa fees this morning.

Paraguay has been charging $100 to U.S. citizens for a visa, so who knows what they plan to do?

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