Fiancée or Spousal Visa from Libya to USA!

Libya Country Information

All visa services at U.S. Embassy Tripoli are suspended until further notice. Review the U.S. Embassy Tripoli website for more information.

US Embassy Info in Libya

Libyan nationals are advised that U.S. Embassy Tripoli is unable to process immigrant visas. U.S. Consulate Casablanca will accept immigrant visa applications from Libyan nationals.

Because we are currently unable to provide Immigrant visa services in Libya, the U.S. Department of State has officially designated U.S. Consulate Casablanca as the processing post for Libyan visa applicants resident in Libya. Please visit their website for more information: https://ma.usembassy.gov/visas/.

If you are a Libyan citizen but reside outside of Libya, you are welcome to apply for a U.S. visa at the Embassy or Consulate nearest your residence.

URGENT UPDATE 2018: Please be aware that this country is affected by President Trump's Executive Order 13780. This could change at anytime, however this is the most recent information we have. According to this order, which was upheld by court in January of 2018 states:

(c) Libya.

(i) The government of Libya is an important and valuable counterterrorism partner of the United States, and the United States Government looks forward to expanding on that cooperation, including in the areas of immigration and border management. Libya, nonetheless, faces significant challenges in sharing several types of information, including public-safety and terrorism-related information necessary for the protection of the national security and public safety of the United States. Libya also has significant inadequacies in its identity-management protocols. Further, Libya fails to satisfy at least one key risk criterion and has been assessed to be not fully cooperative with respect to receiving its nationals subject to final orders of removal from the United States. The substantial terrorist presence within Libya’s territory amplifies the risks posed by the entry into the United States of its nationals.

(ii) The entry into the United States of nationals of Libya, as immigrants, and as nonimmigrants on business (B-1), tourist (B-2), and business/tourist (B-1/B-2) visas, is hereby suspended.

Should you apply using RapidVisa's services, please be aware we cannot control this ban and you may be denied.

Testimonials from Libya

Greetings,

I would like to share our experience with Rapid Visa. At first I thought this would be a process I could do on my own since I have done it before, but I soon realized that immigration rules, costs, and forms change at a moments notice, and I decided it would be best to get some assistance. I am more than happy with my experience with Rapid Visa, mainly because the format online makes everything so simple. I am especially happy now, since we are now applying for Adjustment of Status. I began the process on my own, but then realized I am writing down the same information that I had in the original visa petition, and that’s when I remembered that I could have Rapid Visa help me with this part too! My husband and I are very appreciative of this service and feel it is well worth the cost. I feel secure with Rapid Visa, that the documents I submit will be done correctly the first time, therefore speeding up the process. Here is a brief timeline for those of you who need some encouragement while waiting for the visa process.

January 2, 2014- joined Rapid Visa
February 2014- worked on filling out forms and collecting all documents and signatures needed
March 5, 2014- sent in petition for K1 visa
March 12, 2014- NOA 1
April 29, 2014- NOA 2 (Approved and sent to National Visa Center)
May 30, 2014- National Visa Center sent on to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
June 17, 2014- Embassy in Santo Domingo received packet
July 12, 2014- Received information for Interview Appointment to be on August 4th, 2014 at 6:45am
August 4, 2014- Interview at Embassy- approved
August 14, 2014- Passport with Visa printed inside was delivered
August 18, 2014- He traveled here
August 19, 2014- WE ARE MARRIED!!!!

And to that end, we are now applying for Adjustment of Status... but that’s already getting taken care of, it literally took me 10 minutes to check over all the info after I paid for the AOS service and it’s now being reviewed! SWEET!

Thanks again Rapid Visa...

Oh, and one more thing... I do appreciate all the help that is readily available, you never made me feel like I was asking too much, and that is nice to know there are people to rely on.

~ Laura and Alexander

Laura and AlexanderDominican Republic / United States of America