Prior to making their appointment, applicants must also fill out a Non-Immigrant Visa Application (DS-160) and print out the confirmation page. We recommend that applicants fill out the forms personally, because the applicant is ultimately responsible for the information contained therein.
If your previous visa was for multiple entries, valid for one or more years and is current or recently expired (within 12 months), the Call Center will schedule you for a revalidation. If you have never had a visa, or if your visa was valid for less than one year, the Call Center will schedule you for a first time appointment. Although some companies offer services to help with your application, no one can guarantee you a visa; only a Consular Officer in the U.S. Embassy can make this decision.
To Request An Expedited Appointment
Expedited appointments will only be given in the following situations:
- To receive or continue urgent medical treatment in the United States.
- To attend a funeral of a close relative.
- For an urgent trip for work or business.
- Attend a court hearing for a subpoena.
If you want to reschedule your appointment date, please contact our Call Center to have your appointment rescheduled.
Please note our rescheduling policies:
- The applicant can reschedule the appointment before the original date has expired.
- The applicant has 30 days after the original date, to reschedule the appointment.
- If the applicant misses the appointment and does not reschedule between a month's period, this appointment will expire and the applicant will have to buy a new one.
- The applicant can reschedule the appointment date only once