15 Jan Visa Appointment Updates for U.S. Embassy in Singapore
The U.S. Embassy in Singapore announced the resumption of most routine visa services effective October 13, 2020. Appointments are available through the online visa services portal. It is to be noted that the number of visa interviews per day will be limited to ensure social distancing.
The consulate further confirmed on their website that that as we move into the new operational phase, we can expect resumption of all routine nonimmigrant visa services.
For immigrant visas, U.S. Embassy in Singapore, will resume processing of all visa categories excepted from Presidential Proclamation 10014. This includes spouses and children of U.S. citizens, adoptions, fiancé(e)s of U.S. citizens, certain healthcare professionals, and EB-5 investor visa applicants.
This is a good news for EB-5 investor visa applicants who have been facing significant delays in scheduling appointments as the consulates worldwide have been mostly non-operational since March 2020.
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