Travel & Tourism U.S. Virtual Embassy Iran
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(6 days ago) COVID-19 crisis page on travel.state.gov CDC page on COVID-19 State Department Page on Travel to Iran Embassy of Switzerland – Foreign Interests Section. Pasdaran, Shahid Mousavi St. (Golestan 5 th) Corner of Paydarfard St., No. 55, Pasdaran Avenue Tehran, Iran Telephone: (98) (21) 2254-2178 and (98) (21) 2256-5273
Travel Advisory: Iran
(6 days ago) Do not travel to Iran due to the risk of kidnapping and the arbitrary arrest, detention of U.S. citizens, and COVID-19.. Read the Department of State’s COVID-19 page before you plan any international travel. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice for Iran due to COVID-19, indicating a very high level of COVID-19 in the country.
Returning Resident Visa
(1 days ago) Returning Resident Visa. A permanent resident (called lawful permanent resident or LPR) or conditional resident (CR) who has remained outside the United States for longer than one year, or beyond the validity period of a Re-entry Permit, will require a new immigrant visa to enter the United States and resume permanent residence.
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(7 days ago) Travel & Tourism in the U.S. Visit the U.S.! U.S. Citizen Services. Alerts & Messages. Alerts and Messages for U.S. visitors to Iran. See all Alerts and Messages. Emergency Assistance. U.S. Citizens with emergencies, please call +98 21 22 54 21 78 or 1-202-647-4000.
OFAC: How Americans can provide humanitarian assistance to
(1 days ago) For travel to the United States on a temporary basis, including tourism, temporary employment, study and exchange. Read More. Immigrant Visas. For foreign citizens who want to live permanently in the United States. Read More. Travel & Tourism …
(Just Now) Nonimmigrant Visas. Iranian citizens living outside of Iran should apply for nonimmigrant visas in their country of residence. In general, applicants residing in Iran may travel to and apply at any U.S. embassy or consulate that processes nonimmigrant visas. Please keep in mind, however, that U.S. Embassy Ankara, U.S. Embassy Yerevan, and U.S
U.S. Citizen Services
(6 days ago) For support on the following services, visit Travel.state.gov: Arrest of a U.S. Citizen, Victims of Crime, Citizenship Services, IRS, Veterans Affairs, Voting, Adoption, International Parental Abduction. The U.S. Department of State has issued a travel warning to American citizens who wish to travel to Iran. We advise you to review it if you
(2 days ago) Travel & Tourism in the U.S. Visit the U.S.! U.S. Citizen Services. Alerts & Messages. Alerts and Messages for U.S. visitors to Iran. See all Alerts and Messages. Emergency Assistance. U.S. Citizens with emergencies, please call +98 21 22 54 21 78 or 1-202-647-4000.
FAQs for Iranian Applicants
(6 days ago) FAQs for Iranian Applicants. The information below provides answers to frequently asked questions that are specifically pertinent to visa applicants who are citizens of Cuba, Iran, and Syria, since these four countries are designated as State Sponsors of Terrorism. We received several emails about visa applicants with prior service in the
Phased Resumption of Routine Visa Services
(8 days ago) Q. Do the various Presidential Proclamations/travel restrictions still apply, or are those lifting with the resumption of visa services? The five geographical COVID-19 Proclamations (P.P. 9984, 9992, 9993, 9996, 10041) and the two COVID-19 Labor Market Proclamations suspending the entry of certain aliens (P.P. 10014 and 10052) remain in effect.
(6 days ago) Employment-Based Immigration. Every fiscal year (October 1st – September 30th), approximately 140,000 employment-based immigrant visas are made available to qualified applicants under the provisions of U.S. immigration law. Employment based immigrant visas are divided into five preference categories. Certain spouses and children may accompany