The Consular Section is pleased to present the following informational videos on Consular operations. If you needed to know how to renew your U.S. passport or how to apply for a non-immigrant visa, then we have something to help.
Does casual work in the USA feature in your plans? Hear from some of the people who will be sending their summer working and traveling in the U.S. through the exchange visitor (J-1) program. The Program provides countless opportunities for those looking to travel, work, and gain experience in the U.S. ranging from a few weeks to several years, then visit http://j1visa.state.gov/programs to research the countless opportunities and sponsors available.
A walk-through of how to apply online for your U.S. passport:
If your child has a claim to U.S. citizenship, you will need to come to the Embassy to apply for a Consular Report of Birth Abroad. This video will help you prepare for your appointment.
The U.S. Embassy London gives you some advice on how to spot if you are potentially being scammed:
What you need to do before travelling to the United Kingdom!
The American Citizen Services (ACS) section of the U.S. Embassy London provides information and assistance to U.S. citizens in England and Wales:
The New DS-160 is the new way to apply for your visa. It replaces the DS-156, 157 & 158 and can be completed and submitted online:
Don’t miss out on this years’ holiday to the United States. The sooner you apply for your visa the better:
What to expect when you attend the U.S. Embassy for a non-immigrant visa interview.