U.S Embassy implements new non-immigrant visa application system

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U.S Embassy implements new non-immigrant visa application system

The Embassy of the United States of America to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean is transitioning to a new appointment and document delivery service for the non-immigrant visa unit.

Implemented at U.S. Embassies worldwide, the new process is designed to be more convenient and user-friendly. In addition to the new online system, call center representatives will substantially expand available hours for applicants to obtain information by phone.

Starting March 21, 2013, applicants can book a new appointment online:
http://barbados.usvisa-info.com or by phone: 246-620-3399.

Beginning March 21, 2013, call center representatives will be available from Monday to Friday at 7 am-9 pm (local time).

Local telephone number: 246-620-3399

The Embassy’s website, http://barbados.usembassy.gov, will include updates about the changes, general visa information and a link to the new scheduling website.

These two websites and the call center are the only official sources of general visa information and are the only authorized methods to schedule a personal visa interview. Applicants who have scheduled an appointment under the old system should proceed using the existing procedure.

New Non-Immigrant Visa Application Procedure

Complete your DS-160 Online Visa Application at https://ceac.state.gov/CEAC/

Visit http://barbados.usvisa-info.com and create an account ID.

Use a credit card to pay your application fee. Applicants located in Barbados can also pay cash at Scotiabank locations.

Schedule an appointment for your visa interview online at http://barbados.usvisa-info.com or by phone through the call center. This service will be free of charge.

Applicants will be able to pick up their passports at no additional cost from the DHL office in Barbados. Similar to the current procedure, if applicants wish to pay for an additional courier service to another location, they can do so independently or make arrangements with DHL personnel co-located at the U.S. Embassy.

If you have additional questions, please visit our website, http://barbados.usembassy.gov/visas_to_us.html or contact the call center at 246-620-3399.

 

 

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  1. @Pamela Augustin maybe because you don't know how to SPEAK at an interview and "mumble" over yourself hence why you were denied. You're raging not for St. Lucians but maybe because you were denied. Another important factor it is NOT only ST. Lucians who are being given that treatment. It;s the US policy NO REFUND whether APPROVED or DENIED...Learn your FACTS before looking like a complete idiot!

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  2. Like someone said before; Why can't it be the OECS and Barbados,instead of Barbados first? We're bigger and more populated and it's time to recognize the OECS. Long live the 'Little Ones!'

    http://www.caribbeannewsnow.com/headline-Commentary%3A-The-development-dilemma-for-Eastern-Caribbean-countries-15029.html

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  3. You mean the shitstem of U.S. Embassy taking money from St. Lucians and denying them a visa. Racist interviewers over there.......

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