American Embassy in Riyadh resumes limited visa applications

American Embassy in Riyadh Resumes

American Embassy in Riyadh resumes limited visa applications, this is related to student visa applications. The limited interviews for study visa applicants will resume that include categories F, M and J only. More details below.

American Embassy in Riyadh resumes limited visa applications

The Embassy of America announced the news on their official twitter channel. They also said that priority will be given to students who have previously issued visas to study in the United States and who are nearing the start of their studies.

Study Visa applicants can submit an emergency appointment request if the planned travel date is within the next three weeks.

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