US visa appointments in India are now open for all categories but…

The US Embassy in India has accepted that it is unable to accommodate travelers earlier than their scheduled departure dates due to the high number of visa candidates. “Visa appointments are currently open to all categories! However, due to excessive demand, waiting periods remain vital,” she tweeted on September 27. She has made it clear on her website that these are not 'temporary appointments'.

What are the appointment times?

Persons interviewed for the first time for B1-B2 customer visas are placeholders, and were not eligible for interview waivers. Since the interviews didn't really happen, the placeholders' positions remain invalid and will be cancelled.

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confirms that any US visa appointment that was recently set a few months ago should not be a deputy appointment. A reservation two months to a few months early may result in a placeholder being set that can be cancelled. To book shared appointments electronically. Appointments open by 2023.

What does the latest ad say?

The US Embassy in India has provided that until the end of December 2022, some forms of visa candidates are exempt from having to search individually for an interview. However, the mandate does not apply to candidates who have already been rejected but the rejection has not been subsequently rescinded or waived. If more information is required from the candidates, the consular authorities adjudicating them may request a face-to-face interview.

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Candidates who renew any visa within 48 months of its expiry are approved for waiver of the interview. The demand for appointments is excessive in all visa classes and waiting times for almost all routine non-immigrant visa appointments can also be extended at the US Embassy in New Delhi and Consulates in Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai due to reduced staffing and too many. Few pandemic-related disruptions to its operations since March 2020. Citizens traveling by plane to the United States as of November 8, 2021 must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and current vaccination documentation before boarding a plane.

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However, to board a flight with a vacation spot in the United States, travelers now will not have to To follow up on the current devastating COVID-19 situation for a look at the bottom line as of June 12, 2022.

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