US State Department visa and passport processing almost back to normal
By Matt Schulz
The US State Department announced on 4 August that most of the worldwide backlog of non-immigrant visa cases have been resolved. The department continues to prioritise immigration cases and is printing visas with very few delays, although system performance issues remain an issue and the Consular Consolidated Database is not yet back to full operational capacity. Visa applicants are advised they might still experience delays of up to one week in addition to normal processing times…
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