The Embassy of the United States of America Introduces a New Non-Immigrant Visa Appointment Service
Call Center representatives are available Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. and Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (except holidays)
Agents will provide information in Spanish and English and will:
- Answer callers' questions on procedures for applying for non-immigrant and immigrant visas.
- Inform non-immigrant applicants regarding types of visas and required documents for each type.
- Applicants may also pay their visa appointment fee, schedule their visa appointment, and select the passport pick up location via the new Call Center website.
How to access the Call Center:
- Website: http://www.ustraveldocs.com/hn
- Local telephone: (504) 2202-7730 and (504) 2232-0702
- From the U.S.: (646) 259-0557
How to pay the visa appointment fee:
- Applicants have the option of paying their visa appointment fee online with a credit card through the new Call Center website.
- For applicants who wish to pay in person, they must first print an individualized bank deposit slip from the Call Center website and then can pay their visa appointment fee at any Citibank branch location. Applicants can then either make their appointment online or by phone. Applicants are no longer able to make payments at Banco Atlántida since April 11, 2012.
Delivery service of passports:
- All applicants will select a delivery office at the time of scheduling their appointment. Those whose visas are approved may pick up their passports from that office at no additional cost. There is no home delivery service.
DS-160 Non-Immigrant Visa Electronic Application
Individuals applying for a non-immigrant visa at the U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa are required to submit an electronic application form, known as the DS-160 Non-Immigrant Visa Electronic Application.
For more information on the DS-160 application form, please go to:
Notice: Visa applicants will print out only the confirmation page containing a bar code and bring this page to the interview. It is no longer necessary to bring a complete printed application form to the Consular Officer during the visa interview.
For K type Visas (Fiancé(e)s and their dependents), applicants should fill out the EVAF (Electronic Visa Application Form).
Important Note: Typical processing time for visa issuances from the time of the interview to receipt of the visa is approximately one week. Same-day service is not typically available. The U.S. Embassy strongly urges all individuals to apply for their visa at least three months in advance of planned travel. The Embassy is pleased to announce this new service which will better meet the needs of all visa applicants in Honduras.
- General Information
- Contact Information
- Steps to Apply for a Visa
- Visa Appointments
- Interview with the Consular Officer
- Suggested Documents for the Visa Application
- Visas for Children
- Visas for Domestic Employees
- Passport Return
- Visa Revalidations
- Report a Lost or Stolen Passport
- Visa Waiver Program
- Foreign Applicants Requesting a Non Immigrant Visa
- Group Appointments
- Tourist and Business Visas (B1/B2)
- Visas for Medical Treatment (B2)
- Seamen Visas (C1/D)
- Transit Visas (C1)
- Treaty Trader and Treaty Investor Visas (E)
- Worker Visas (H/L)
- Student Visas
- Victims of Crime / Trafficking Visas (T/U)
- Frequently Asked Questions
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