The Department of Homeland Security and the Office of Visa Services in the Consular Affairs Bureau, Department of State, oversee the processing of immigrant (IV) and nonimmigrant (NIV) visas to the U.S. , by consular officers.
U.S. Consular procedures and processing requirements vary greatly from post-to-post. Also, advance travel planning and early visa application are important, since visa applications are subject to a greater degree of scrutiny than in the past.
Due to frequent changes in visa information and local requirements a thorough understanding of the post-specific process, requirements, and contacts is vital. We offer serious and competent consular processing services in immigrant and nonimmigrant visa cases. Our firm provides strategic planning advise on visa processing at some of the world’s most challenging posts.
Please visit our Resource Links to find information regarding visa appointments and waiting times at specific U.S. consular posts.