US Embassy News

The latest news about the different American Embassies and updates on the laws and regulations that exist within them, the address of these embassies, along with the mailing address to reach them.

Closing Overseas Immigration offices

U.S. Plans to Close 23 International Immigration Offices in 2019

March 14, 2019 / /

The Trump administration has announced that they are planning on closing all U.S. immigration agency’s overseas locations. The announcement was written by USCIS Director Francis Cissna in an email. The plans called for shifting those duties to U.S.-based agency offices and American consulates and embassies abroad. The move is the latest from an administration that has […]

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United States Embassy and Consulates in the United Kingdom

August 14, 2018 / /

US Embassy and Consulates in the UK Near Me Below, we have provided you with all of the information needed to reach the United States Embassy and Consulates in the United Kingdom. The US embassy and consulates are spread throughout the sovereign state and each covers a designated section of the United Kingdom. Each office can provide passport […]

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Tips for a US Embassy or Consulate Visit

April 30, 2018 / /

How to Prepare for Your Embassy or Consulate Visit Whether you are a US citizen or a non-US citizen visiting a US embassy or consulate, there are quite a few ways you can prepare yourself to have an easy experience. This involves understanding the type of behavior expected, what you should and should not bring […]

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Can I Request a Fast Appointment at the U.S. Consulate/Embassy?

September 27, 2011 / /

Many applicants who are required to attend US visa appointments at the U.S. Consulate/Embassy in Canada often ask “well, how soon can I get an appointment?” or “how long do I have to wait?”  These common questions all share a common answer. The current waiting times vary depending on the location of the Consulate/Embassy. In general, […]

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