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Venezuela Country Information

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URGENT UPDATE 2019:

On March 11, 2019, the Department of State announced the temporary suspension of operations of U.S. Embassy Caracas and withdrawal of diplomatic personnel. All consular services are suspended. Immigrant visa applicants should contact IVBogota@state.gov for additional instructions. Nonimmigrant visa applicants can apply at any U.S. embassy or consulate in another country. For more information regarding applying for nonimmigrant visas, please visit travel.state.gov.

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. This travel ban does not affect most of our customers from Venezuela, however, it could affect some. According to this order, which was upheld by court in January of 2018 states:

(f) Venezuela.

(i) Venezuela has adopted many of the baseline standards identified by the Secretary of Homeland Security and in section 1 of this proclamation, but its government is uncooperative in verifying whether its citizens pose national security or public-safety threats. Venezuela’s government fails to share public-safety and terrorism-related information adequately, 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. There are, however, alternative sources for obtaining information to verify the citizenship and identity of nationals from Venezuela. As a result, the restrictions imposed by this proclamation focus on government officials of Venezuela who are responsible for the identified inadequacies.

(ii) Notwithstanding section 3(b)(v) of this proclamation, the entry into the United States of officials of government agencies of Venezuela involved in screening and vetting procedures — including the Ministry of the Popular Power for Interior, Justice and Peace; the Administrative Service of Identification, Migration and Immigration; the Scientific, Penal and Criminal Investigation Service Corps; the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service; and the Ministry of the Popular Power for Foreign Relations — and their immediate family members, as nonimmigrants on business (B-1), tourist (B-2), and business/tourist (B-1/B-2) visas, is hereby suspended. Further, nationals of Venezuela who are visa holders should be subject to appropriate additional measures to ensure traveler information remains current.

Should you apply using RapidVisa’s services, please be aware we cannot control this ban, and if you are affected by it, you may be denied.

US Embassy Info in Venezuela

United States Embassy, Caracas Venezuela

Embassy Website:https://ve.usembassy.gov/

Embassy Phone Number: 0-800-847-3388

Embassy Email Address: ImmigrantCaracas@state.gov

URL for scheduling the interview online: https://www.ustraveldocs.com/ve/ve-niv-appointmentschedule.asp

Can fiancé/spouse attend the interview: Yes

Where to pay the Embassy fee:https://www.ustraveldocs.com/ve/ve-niv-paymentinfo.asp

Local language documents need translated: Any foreign-language document submitted to USCIS must be accompanied by a full English translation that the translator has certified as complete and correct, and by the translator’s certification that he or she is competent to translate the foreign language into English. The U.S. Embassy in Caracas will accept English and Spanish language documents without translations (Except for Diversity Visa applicants), but will require translations of all other foreign-language documents, including foreign police certificates.

Medical Examination Fee: Now the cost of Medical exam depends on the doctor you go to. Between BSF 760 and 900.

Embassy appointment scheduling method: You can schedule an appointment by either way, online or call center.

Medical appointment scheduling method:The first step in preparing for the medical examination is to determine which doctors in your area are authorized to perform a medical examination for U.S. immigration purposes. The information shown by U.S. Embassy and Consulate provides the authorized physician(s) contact information for you to schedule your medical examination appointment, as well as instructions related to the required medical examination.

Number of photos required for the Embassy Interview: 3

Number of photos required for Medical Examination: 3

Testimonials from Venezuela

I want to give a big shout out to Albert and the staff of Rapid Visa. My wife who is from Thailand just finished her adjustment of status paperwork turned it in and we had our green card interview, and within one week my wife got her green card. This is the second time I've used rapid visa and it's been a pleasure to be working with these people they are courteous and knowledgeable and take good care of you ,look forward to Working with rapid visa in 19 months for the next step in the process.

~ Brian and Thitinan

Brian and ThitinanThailand / United States of America

We would like to express our thanks to Rapid Visa for their very good assistance in a complicated process. I also am grateful for the ability to call and talk. This made a huge difference to me in tis process. My fiancé, now wife, and stepson are here in USA with me. We had a very nice wedding and now, with Rapid Visa's help, are moving through the Adjustment of Status process. Thank you Rapid Visa.

~ Ron and Celeste

Ron and CelesteUnited Arab Emirates / United States of America

We learned about RapidVisa online. I was visiting my then fiancé in the Philippines and we were browsing the internet to check on the some possible option we could consider for the K1 process. We spoke with Johben who was very accommodating and gave us the steps that we need to do to get started. Gave us the paper works that we would need and gave us every possible information that we might be needing. We started the petition in November, and we got the response in December. Again RapidVisa made sure that we have everything in order and even tried to call in for the schedule of the Interview. Jan was then scheduled for the interview on May 5th and was on her way coming here on the 16th. We could not have had that fast if not for RapidVisa and the ever so helpful people behind this company.

I greatly appreciate all the help y'all have provided to me and Jan. Big thanks to Johben, Albert, Mr. Rick and everybody in the office. We got married 3 days after she got here in Texas. AOS will still be with RapidVisa as you guys are awesome! Good job y'all!

~ Elvon and Janile

Elvon and JanilePhilippines / United States of America