Prospective students are advised to visit the US Embassy website for appointment availability.
The US Embassy in India has announced that they will restart processing of student and academic exchange visa applications on a limited basis.
According to the statement issued by the US Embassy, “We are pleased to announce that consular sections at the US Embassy in New Delhi and our Consulates in Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Kolkata will begin processing of student and academic exchange visitor visa applications on a limited basis on August 17.”
The statement further added, “We will first process emergency student and exchange visitor appointment requests received prior to August 12 and then offer public appointments. We will refresh appointments as we have availability, generally two weeks in advance.”
The prospective students and exchange visitors are advised to schedule an appointment no more than three weeks prior to their class start date. They are also advised to visit the US Embassy website for availability.
The Embassy also stated, “Due to our very limited appointment availability we will not be able to accommodate all requests in time for the start of the fall semester. We will try to handle requests based on when we receive them and when classes will start. We ask for your patience during this time.”
The processing of the routine immigrant and non-immigrant visa services would also restart soon. However, the US Embassy has not declared any specific date to resume routine visa services yet.
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