Revised Regulations For Indians Will Shorten The Wait For a US Visa


Mar 28 2023

<div style=' background:#FFFFFF;color:#000000;font-size:15px;font-family:Verdana;width:auto;padding:5px;max-height:100%;'><span><p>Now, Indian nationals looking for a business or tourist visa can schedule an appointment at a US embassy or consulate outside of India.<br>At some of the country's locations, the current wait time for a US visa is close to 800 days. Indian nationals who would be travelling to Thailand in the near future now have access to B1/B2 appointment slots, according to the US Embassy in Bangkok. Similar appointments will soon be made accessible for Indian tourists travelling to other nations for US business and vacation visas.<br>On Saturdays, special interviews are held for first-time candidates in the US embassies in Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, and Chennai. Another important feature is the availability of sending applications via Dropbox for those looking to renew their US visa. Since the US government already has biometrics from a prior application, an in-person review of the biometrics is not necessary.<br>Another significant advancement for those looking to renew their US visa is the ability to submit their application via Dropbox. It is not necessary to evaluate biometrics in person because the US government already has biometric data from a prior application.<br><br></p><span></div>

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