The Visa Section is pleased to present the following informational videos. If you needed to know how to apply for a non-immigrant visa, then we have something to help.
Curious what to expect when you attend the Embassy for a non-immigrant visa interview? Watch our video to find out!
For full information on the non-immigrant Visa process please see the Visa Section of our official website.
Ambassador Matthew Barzun lends a helping hand and answers the question: Do I need a visa to travel to the United States?
Ambassador Matthew Barzun lends a helping hand and explains what types of visa are needed to travel to the United States.
Ambassador Matthew Barzun lends a helping hand and explains what you are allowed to bring into the Embassy.
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:
Find out how the new online visa process works. (added August 2013)
Attending an Immigrant Visa interview at the U.S. Embassy? This video highlights the documentation that is required when you come for your first appointment:
Watch the video explaining how to accomplish the very POSSIBLE mission of obtaining a visa to study in the United States:
The U.S. Embassy London gives you some advice on how to spot if you are potentially being scammed:
If you have ever been arrested, cautioned or convicted and want to visit the United States, watch this video as you may need to apply for a visa.
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: