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.
Installment One Hundred and Sixteen This edition of Ask the Consul addresses several myths concerning the non-immigrant visa application process.
Installment One Hundred and Fifteen The U.S. Embassy is concerned about the number of American citizens and U.S.
This edition of Ask the Consul addresses children’s issues that are handled by the Consular Section of the US Embassy.
Change in process to pay visa fees This edition of Ask the Consul covers changes to the way applicants for US visas will pay application fees starting July 1, 2011.
I Didn’t Qualify for the Tourist Visa, What Now? This edition of Ask the Consul addresses common questions applicants ask when refused a Tourist Visa at the U.S.
Frequently Asked Questions This Ask the Consul article addresses questions that have been asked during recent interviews at the U.S.
Installment One Hundred and Seven When documentary evidence is insufficient to support a family-based claim to citizenship or visa eligibility, DNA testing, also known as genetic testing, is an option.
Installment One Hundred and Eight U.S. immigration law limits the number of immigrant visas that can be issued each year.
Installment One Hundred and Six The online DS-160 application is the method all applicants use to apply for visitor’s visas to the US.
Installment One Hundred and Five What is the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program? The Congressionally mandated Diversity Immigrant Visa Program makes available 50,000 diversity visas (DV) annually, to randomly selected applicants who meet strict eligibility requirements from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States.
This edition of Ask the Consul applies to residents of Guyana who hold passports from Visa Waiver countries.
Q: A family member in the United States is sick. Why can’t I go there to help?