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12
Oct

Have you applied for the DV-2015 program?

The registration period for DV-2015 has been open for 10 days. If you wish to apply for DV-2015, are qualified to do so and have not yet submitted your registration, don’t delay. Read moreRead more

1
Oct

Applying for the DV Program 2015? Don’t get scammed!

There is only one way to register and only one website on which to register: Registration is done electronically using the Electronic Diversity Visa Entry Form, which is only accessible online at www.dvlottery.state.gov , the official U.S. government website. Be aware of all other websites as they are not operating on behalf of the U.S. government. Read moreRead more

1
Oct

Thinking of entering the DV-2015 program?

There is only one way to enter the DV-2015 program. You must submit the DS-5501, the Electronic Diversity Visa Entry Form (E-DV Entry Form), which is only accessible online at the EDV website www.dvlottery.state.gov during the registration period noon, EDT (GMT-4), Tuesday, October 1, 2013, and noon, EDT (GMT-4), Saturday, November 2, 2013. Paper entries are no longer accepted.

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20
Sep
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Time for a webchat! Got a question? Ask a Consular Officer…

Do you have a question about U.S. Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visas? Are you considering travel to the United States for the holidays? Confused by our new application process?  Thinking about applying for the 2015 Diversity Visa Program (Green Card Lottery)? Then join us on Thursday, September 26th to ask a Consular Officer and let us help you prepare!
Please join our webchat on Thursday, September 26th 12 – 1pm GMT to learn more about U.S. Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visas!

http://conx.adobeconnect.com/unitedkingdom

If you would like to post your questions ahead of time, please do so on our blog, or on our twitter feed using the hashtag #webchat.  We will answer all questions at the time of the web chat.

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23
Aug
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TwitterChat on August 28

Image of the Twitter logoJoin us for a TwitterChat on August 28 when we will answer your questions concerning visas & the visa application process.

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13
Aug
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Its webchat time! Got a visa question? Ask a Consular Officer!

Do you have a question about U.S. Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visas?
Are you planning to travel to the U.S. this year?  Not sure if you need a visa?  Are you confused by our new application process?  Then join us on Thursday, August 15th to ask a Consular Officer and let us help you prepare!

Please join our webchat on Thursday, August 15th 12 – 1pm GMT to learn more about U.S. Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visas!

http://conx.adobeconnect.com/unitedkingdom

If you would like to post your questions ahead of time, please do so on our blog, or on our twitter feed using the hashtag #webchat.  We will answer all questions at the time of the web chat.

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8
Aug
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Embassy courier service – Did you apply for a visa on or after August 1st?

Due to technical difficulties, the courier company is unable to provide you with email notification of your tracking number when they receive your passport from the Visa Branch.  As a result, when you check the status of your application on line at usvisa-info.com, the Applicant Summary Page will continue to state “Needs Consular Interview” or “Attend Interview”.

If you applied for a visa on August 1st or 2nd and the consular officer advised you that your application has been approved, your passport is with the courier company.  If you have questions concerning the delivery, please email the call center at weeac_contactus+gb+courier+en@visaops.netFor those of you who attended a visa interview on or after August 5, please be aware that routine visa processing takes approximately 5 workdays.  Read moreRead more

26
Jul
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FAQs on filing an IV Petition for a same-sex spouse

USCIS has published additional frequently asked questions based on the Supreme Court’s United States v. Windsor ruling, which invalidated part of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)
This information is available on the USCIS website on the Same-Sex Marriages Web page within the Family section. We will continue to provide updates and  information regarding same-sex marriage and immigration benefits as they appear.  Read moreRead more

15
Jul

Got a question about our new Information and Appointment System? Join us for a webchat!

On July 26th, we will be transitioning to a new visa information and appointment booking system.  Are you planning to apply for a visa this summer?  Read our FAQs, here, and then join us for a webchat if you have any further questions.  Not sure what type of visa you need?  Join us on Thursday, July 25th to ask a Consular Officer and let us help you prepare!

Please join our webchat on Thursday, July 25th at 12 – 1pm to learn more about U.S. Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visas!

http://conx.adobeconnect.com/unitedkingdom

If you would like to post your questions ahead of time, please do so on our blog, or on our twitter feed using the hashtag #webchat.  We will answer all questions at the time of the web chat.

24
Jun

EDIT – Transcript Available! – It’s that time again…Join us for a webchat!

Do you have a question about U.S. Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visas?  Are you hoping to holiday in the United States this summer? Or a student hoping to travel to the United States this year? Do you have a question about immigrant visas? Then ask a Consular Officer and let us help you prepare!

Transcript now available – http://london.usembassy.gov/visa_webchats.html

Please join our webchat on Thursday, June 27th at 12 – 1pm to learn more about U.S. Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visas!

http://conx.adobeconnect.com/unitedkingdom

If you would like to post your questions ahead of time, please do so on our blog, or on our twitter feed using the hashtag #webchat.  We will answer all questions at the time of the web chat.

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