Wait until the visa appointment is longer: U.S. Embassy: The Tribune India


New Delhi, October 31

The U.S. Embassy here has said there will be wait times for important appointments for certain categories of non-immigrant visas as it recovers from COVID-19 related disruptions.

As of Nov. 8, about three million visa holders from India, with proof of vaccination, will be able to travel to the United States under the new international air travel policy, the United States said. ’embassy.

“Facilitating legitimate travel to support our strong and growing bilateral relationship is our top priority. As we recover from COVID-19 related disruptions, we expect significant appointment wait times for certain categories of non-immigrant visas at our embassy and consulates, ”he said.

The mission thanked people for their patience as “we work to increase our capacity and maintain the safety of our candidates and staff.”

Outlining vaccination requirements, the United States Embassy said that starting November 8, foreign air travelers to the United States will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of their vaccination status before being taken. board a plane to travel to the United States. , with some exceptions.

“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has determined that for purposes of entry into the United States, accepted vaccines will include those approved or authorized by the FDA, as well as vaccines with an emergency use list. (EUL) of the World Health Organization (WHO), ”he said.

The embassy said Covishield will be accepted for entry into the United States as it has a WHO emergency use list. PTI

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