The moment you were waiting for has arrived… and it is that after suspending the management of procedures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States embassy in Mexico reported that will open availability of interviews for you to process your visa.
On Twitter, the embassy announced this excellent news and explained that since March 21, at 10:00 a.m. will open availability for interviewswhich will be on Saturday the 25th of the same month.
”This will only be for people applying for a tourist visa for the 1st time. Remember to put your own contact information,” she shared on the social network.
On March 21 (10 am) we will open appointment availability in our system for interviews on Saturday March 25. This will only be for people applying for a tourist visa for the 1st time. Remember to put your own contact information. https://t.co/dvlCvjowbZ https://t.co/oqWvSle65A
— US Embassy in Mex (@USEmbassyMEX) March 17, 2023
Were you denied a visa for lack of information? You have this deadline to solve it
The processing of a visa fortravel to the United Statesit is taking longer than expected, and the ‘last straw’ may be that the authorities of that country determine that you are not eligible to receive it.
Before reviewing for what reasons you can be denied a visa, it must be remembered that the processing of this document has been expedited in some cities of the Mexican Republicsince the last week of February, which are:
- Mexico City.
- Juarez City.
The United States Government explains that although this does not happen frequently, some applicants may find themselves with the news that their application was denied.
One of the reasons is if you didn’t ‘get your paperwork in order’ andyou did not provide all the necessary informationto analyze if you are deserving of a visa.
If this is your case,there is a ‘good’ news: the United States authorities give you a ‘chance’ to solve the problems of your application. It is important that you know thatyou are one year oldfrom the notification to send the required information.
“If you do not provide the required additional information within a year, you must reapply for the visa and pay another application fee,” the embassy notes.