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Visas

Visa Application Process

Welcome to U.S. Embassy in Cairo. This Section provides visa services to Egyptians and citizens of other countries traveling to the United States. Visitors may travel to the United States for many purposes and we are committed to meeting the growing demand for visas to the United States. Click on the left navigation bar for more information on visa types, or to begin your application, please go to http://www.ustraveldocs.com/eg.

Please monitor the Embassy website for any updates or contact ConsularCairoIV@state.gov (for immigrant visas) or ConsularCairoNIV@state.gov (for non immigrant visas).

A Message to our Consular Clients

The safety of our clients and staff is our highest priority. Due to disruptions caused by the current security environment, consular services may experience unusual delays. This situation may affect processing times for visa applications and U.S. Citizen Services. Changes to appointment schedules may occur on very short notice. The Consular Section’s capacity to respond to inquiries is limited at this time due to the volume of inquiries. We regret the inconvenience and thank you for your patience as we strive to provide efficient service while prioritizing your safety.

Visa Services

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Welcome to the Visa Section. One of our main missions is to provide Immigrant and Non-Immigrant Visa Services to Egyptians and citizens of other countries who reside in Egypt.

For short and temporary visits to the United States, use the links on the left to visit the Non-Immigrant Visa Section for more information.

If you want to become a legal resident of the United States, please use the links on the left to visit the Immigrant Visa Section for further information on our services.

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