Latest Updates on U.S. Visa Services Worldwide - March 2024: Check the Status in Your Country

Latest Updates on U.S. Visa Services Worldwide – March 2024: Check the Status in Your Country

As global conditions evolve amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, U.S. visa services have gradually resumed across many nations. From the Philippines to Indonesia, discover the current status of visa services at various U.S. embassies and consulates worldwide.

The U.S. Embassy in Manila has resumed routine visa services, albeit with extended wait times for some visa categories, prioritizing applicants with urgent travel needs. In Mexico, non-immigrant visas are being processed, albeit with longer wait times and increased fees. Meanwhile, the U.S. Embassy and Consulates in the United Kingdom have resumed services, albeit with limited appointments and a backlog of applicants.

In Israel, reduced services are in place for both immigrant and non-immigrant visas, with provisions for emergency travel requests. The U.S. Embassy in Santo Domingo is conducting interviews for all categories of immigrant visas, while limited services have resumed for work and student visas. The U.S. Embassy and Consulate General in Thailand have resumed routine nonimmigrant and immigrant visa services, albeit with potential delays.

However, challenges persist in some regions. The U.S. Embassy in Khartoum has suspended operations due to escalating violence in Sudan. In Russia, immigrant visa services are suspended at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, with processing transferred to the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw. Similar challenges exist in Ukraine and China, where visa services are subject to staffing limitations.

Despite these obstacles, progress is evident. The U.S. Embassy in Hanoi has resumed all visa services in Vietnam, while limited appointments are available in Indonesia for both immigrant and nonimmigrant visas.

Stay informed about the latest updates and requirements for U.S. visa services in your country by visiting the respective embassy or consulate’s website for further details.


Source: Boundless