BREAKING NEWS: NO Immigrant Visa For 67 Countries | No Green Cards, Work Permit For Many Countries
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To get an immigrant visa—the first step in obtaining a green card or legal permanent residence—applicants must travel to a consular office for an in-person interview. This critical step is common practice in many nations. In others, applicants may have to travel a long distance to another consulate. In others, the US does not process immigrant visas at all, forcing applicants to get authorization to go to a third nation for processing.
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This lack of processing is not a result of COVID-19 closures, but simply a policy choice on the part of the U.S. Department of State In 2022, the State Department is indefinitely offering no routine immigrant visa processing in 67 countries. About 720 million people reside in countries without routine immigrant visa processing. The main alternate processing locations for these countries were an average of 669 miles away. Over the last decade, the State Department has issued over 400,000 immigrant visas to people from these countries
It almost certainly would have issued many more if not for this significant hurdle. You can find the list of the countries without an immigrant visa processing consulate. The list of countries is based on the list of nationalities that the United States recognizes for purposes of processing nonimmigrant (or temporary) visas.
List of Countries With Zero Immigrant Visas :
USCIS I-130 November 2022 FY23 Processing time Spouse, Parent, Children & Sibling in Service centers
US Immigration New Rule : Good News for Millions of immigrants | Green Card, NVC, I130, I129F, USCIS
I-130 Processing Priority Nov. 13, 2022 | Family Based Green Cards Application Status As of JAN 2020