Contact Us – Immigrant Visas Embassy London

We are unable to answer visa questions submitted by mail or telephone. Please take the time to read all the relevant visa and travel information on our website, including step-by-step information about visa categories and the visa application process, Visa Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), and FAQs about current U.S. travel restrictions and limited visa services. If the answer to your question is already on our website, we will be unable to provide you with a further response.

If you have a question that is not covered on our website, please submit it using our visa contact form online. We will aim to respond within five working days.

Information about applying for an immigrant visa is available here.  If you require information about filing a petition for your relative, please contact the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for assistance, via their website, www.uscis.gov.

If your immigrant visa application was processed by the Immigrant Visa Unit in London, please click here for a presentation explaining the steps you are required to take.

If your application was processed by the National Visa Center in New Hampshire, please click here for further information.

Click here for a presentation explaining the steps you are required to take.

If you are a K visa applicant whose case is currently with NVC, we will contact you as soon as your file has been received from NVC.  We are unable to provide any further response on the status of your case or provide a timeline for when you will receive an appointment.

The time it takes to process a visa application varies with each individual case. If the time factor is of importance, you should contact the USCIS where you will file the petition to ascertain processing times before deciding on applying for a fiancé(e) or immigrant visa

If you have submitted the forms DS-260 (immigrant visa applicants) or DS-160 (K visa applicants), and you have scheduled the medical examination with the Embassy approved physician, you may schedule your visa interview online.

If you are applying for an immigrant visa you should click here for a presentation explaining the steps you are required to take; fiance(e) visa applicants should click here.

We cannot answer speculative questions concerning the filing of an I-864. The decision on whether or not the I-864 meets the poverty level guidelines for your household size can only be made by a consular officer on the day of your visa interview.

Please visit the USCIS website for further information.

USCIS will forward the approved fiance(e) visa petition to this office through the National Visa Center in New Hampshire. As soon as the Immigrant Visa Unit receives the approved petition, they will send you a letter notifying you of the steps you are required to take to begin processing your application.

If you are a K visa applicant whose case is currently with NVC, we will contact you as soon as your file has been received from NVC.  We are unable to provide any further response on the status of your case or provide a timeline for when you will receive an appointment due to unavoidable backlogs caused by COVID-19.

A fiancé(e) visa petition is valid for four months from the date on which it is approved. If you are unable to apply for the visa before the petition expires, your U.S. citizen fiancé(e) should furnish a statement confirming his/her intention to marry you within 90 days of your arrival in the United States. This statement should be presented on the day of your visa interview.

Please provide the date of the appointment and the name of your U.S. citizen spouse or fiancé(e) and arrangements will be made for them to be admitted to the Embassy. They will be required to bring with them photo-id for presentation to Embassy personnel.  Children not applying for visas may accompany you also. If 12 or over, we will require their name and they will require photo ID. Please provide the required information through our contact form.

When completing the form,  please include your case number (e.g. LND20XXXXXXXX). Failure to do so will delay our response.

If your immigrant visa application is being processed by the Immigrant Visa Unit at the Embassy and you have changed your mailing address you may notify of your new address through our contact form. If your application is being processed by the National Visa Center, please notify them of any changes to your application as we do not have access to your immigrant visa file.

When completing the form,  please include your case number (e.g. LND20XXXXXXXX). Failure to do so will delay our response.

If your inquiry remains unanswered, please contact us through our contact form here. Please include your case number (e.g. LND20XXXXXXXX). Failure to do so will delay our response.

If you are a K visa applicant whose case is currently with NVC, we will contact you as soon as your file has been received from NVC.  We are unable to provide any further response on the status of your case or provide a timeline for when you will receive an appointment.