This edition of Ask the Consul addresses common questions applicants ask when they intend to travel outside the United States.
The following column answers frequently asked questions about the immigrant visa process associated with adopted children.
How Do I Demonstrate “Strong Ties” to Guyana? This edition of Ask the Consul addresses common questions applicants ask when refused a tourist visa at the U.S.
Installment One Hundred Forty-Three: New non-immigrant visa appointment and fee process. Beginning March 15, 2013, the US Embassy in Georgetown will implement a new procedure to simplify and streamline the visa application process for those traveling to the United States.
Beginning February 1, 2013, the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) will begin collecting a $165 fee from applicants once they have been issued Immigrant Visas.
Installment One Hundred Forty-One Unfortunately, applicants for visas sometimes receive fraudulent or inaccurate information from persons regarding the United States visa process and how to complete the necessary requirements for the application.
Installment One Hundred Forty Q: What is the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program? The Department of State has an annual diversity visa lottery for immigration to the United States.
Q: I am a US citizen and I want to vote in the next US presidential election, can I vote while I am living in Guyana?
Q: My friend told me that the Embassy has more tourist visas available this year and is giving them out now, is that true?
Installment One Hundred Thirty-Seven This Ask the Consul installment addresses questions regarding President Obama’s announcement on the Deferred Action Process for Young People Q: I heard that my children under 16 can stay in the United States without being deported, is this true?
This Ask the Consul installment addresses questions and provides useful tips for waivers for immigration related ineligibilities.
Installment One Hundred Thirty-Five This Ask the Consul installment addresses frequently asked questions regarding Non-Immigrant Visas.
Installment One Hundred Thirty-Four This Ask the Consul installment addresses frequently asked questions regarding receiving United States Social Security benefits and voting while living abroad.
Q: What can the US Embassy do for a US citizen in trouble with the law in Guyana?
Installment One Hundred and Thirty This edition of Ask the Consul addresses three common questions asked at the US Embassy.
Installment 129 This Ask the Consul article addresses some common issues encountered with visa photographs.
Installment One Hundred Twenty-Eight This edition of Ask the Consul continues from Installment 127 to address additional questions that applicants ask concerning permanent migration to the United States.
Installment One Hundred Twenty-Seven This edition of Ask the Consul addresses common questions that applicants ask when they intend to travel outside the United States.
Installment One Hundred Twenty-Six Permanent Resident (Green Card Holders) Regulations This edition of Ask the Consul addresses common questions that applicants ask when they intend to travel outside the United States.
On occasions, the US Embassy may request that immigrant visa applicants and their petitioning family members undergo a DNA test to prove a biological relationship.
Installment One Hundred Twenty This Ask the Consul article addresses services offered to U.S.
This Ask the Consul article addresses services offered to U.S. Citizens present in Guyana, as well as Guyanese and nationals of other countries interested in traveling in to the United States or its territories.
Instalment 119Q: How can I fill out the Form DS-160 to apply for a Non Immigrant Visa (NIV) and schedule my appointment without a personal computer?
After the unfortunate Caribbean Airlines crash at Cheddi Jagan International airport on July 30, questions have come up as to the role of the US Embassy in a crisis.