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US Embassy resumes in-person visa interviews

Peo­ple who are ill dur­ing the days be­fore their in­ter­views must resched­ule their ap­point­ments to safe­guard the health of em­bassy staff and oth­er ap­pli­cants

No one will be al­lowed to en­ter the em­bassy with per­son­al items, such as bags, purs­es, cell phones, or oth­er elec­tron­ic items. Please vis­it the visa sched­ul­ing web­site https://ais.usvisa-in­fo.com for in­for­ma­tion on the re­quired doc­u­ments for visa in­ter­views

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The US Em­bassy has said that ef­fec­tive Wednes­day, reg­u­lar­ly sched­uled in-per­son in­ter­views for vis­i­tor visas for busi­ness and tourism (B1/B2) will re­sume at the Con­sular Sec­tion of the Em­bassy in Port of Spain

Visa Chief Frank Lavoie said ap­point­ments for all non-im­mi­grant visas, in­clud­ing tourist visas, will re­sume on a lim­it­ed scale.

Lavoie added, “The Em­bassy has worked tire­less­ly to safe­ly re­sume these in­ter­views. The re­la­tion­ship be­tween the Unit­ed States and Trinidad and To­ba­go is strong. Peo­ple-to-peo­ple ties, which we strength­en through tourism and busi­ness vis­its, are cen­tral to that re­la­tion­ship.”

Visa fees that ap­pli­cants have al­ready paid will be valid un­til Sep­tem­ber 30, 2023

Ap­pli­cants vis­it­ing the em­bassy must wear masks and fol­low the guide­lines of em­bassy staff to en­sure ad­her­ence to all COVID-19 pro­to­cols.

Peo­ple who are ill dur­ing the days be­fore their in­ter­views must resched­ule their ap­point­ments to safe­guard the health of em­bassy staff and oth­er ap­pli­cants

No one will be al­lowed to en­ter the em­bassy with per­son­al items, such as bags, purs­es, cell phones, or oth­er elec­tron­ic items. Please vis­it the visa sched­ul­ing web­site https://ais.usvisa-in­fo.com for in­for­ma­tion on the re­quired doc­u­ments for visa in­ter­views

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