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Now, Wait For 1000 Days For US Visa Interview

| Updated: December 7, 2023 19:48

The wait time to get an appointment for an interview in India to get a visa to travel to the United States has reached nearly 1,000 days.

However, there are two categories of visitors that may be able to get an appointment just within a week according to the latest data on the US Department of State- Bureau of Consular Affairs website on Tuesday. These visitors may be able to get an appointment in less than a week in Hyderabad and Chennai.

The estimated waiting time for an appointment for the B1 and B2 category visa is 440 days in Kolkata and 999 days.

If you are applying for B1/B2 visas from Chennai, the wait time is as less as 1 calendar day and from Delhi, it is 16 days.

As the US has extended the interview waiver facility for more non-immigrant visa applicants, visitors in the B1/B2 categories will get a visa interview appointment in six days at the US consulate in Chennai, the CNBC report said.

These visas are meant for those who want to enter the US temporarily for business (visa category B1), for tourism (visa category B2), or for a combination of both purposes.

Meanwhile, if you are seeking a visa under the C, D, C1/D category, the wait time for the interview from Hyderabad is just 1 Calendar Day. These visas are meant for non-immigrants working on board commercial sea.

Even those who require an interview along with those applicants who come under the interview waiver category – i.e. those in C, D, C1/D categories – will have to wait a day to get an appointment.

US student visa applicants and exchange visitors are seeing a waiting time of 64 days at the US consulate in Chennai and 325 days at the Hyderabad consulate, according to report.

Now, wait for 1000 days for US Visa Interview

The wait time to get an appointment for an interview in India to get a visa to travel to the United States has reached nearly 1,000 days.

However, there are two categories of visitors that may be able to get an appointment just within a week according to the latest data on the US Department of State- Bureau of Consular Affairs website on Tuesday. These visitors may be able to get an appointment in less than a week in Hyderabad and Chennai.

The estimated waiting time for an appointment for the B1 and B2 category visa is 440 days in Kolkata and 999 days.

If you are applying for B1/B2 visas from Chennai, the wait time is as less as 1 calendar day and from Delhi, it is 16 days.

As the US has extended the interview waiver facility for more non-immigrant visa applicants, visitors in the B1/B2 categories will get a visa interview appointment in six days at the US consulate in Chennai, the CNBC report said.

These visas are meant for those who want to enter the US temporarily for business (visa category B1), for tourism (visa category B2), or for a combination of both purposes.

Meanwhile, if you are seeking a visa under the C, D, C1/D category, the wait time for the interview from Hyderabad is just 1 Calendar Day. These visas are meant for non-immigrants working on board commercial sea.

Even those who require an interview along with those applicants who come under the interview waiver category – i.e. those in C, D, C1/D categories – will have to wait a day to get an appointment.

US student visa applicants and exchange visitors are seeing a waiting time of 64 days at the US consulate in Chennai and 325 days at the Hyderabad consulate, according to report.

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