The US Embassy announced on Thursday that the mission has already exceeded the total number of cases processed in 2022 and is processing about 20% more applications than before the pandemic in 2019.
The US Mission in India has surpassed its target of processing 1 million non-immigrant visa applications in 2023. The US Embassy announced on Thursday that the mission has already exceeded the total number of cases processed in 2022 and is processing about 20% more applications than before the pandemic in 2019.
The relationship with India improved
In order to give more Indian applicants the chance to travel to the United States and personally experience the US-India friendship, the Embassy is even stronger and will continue to deliver a record-setting volume of visa work in the upcoming months.
How many people are applying for job visas?
1.2 million Indians traveled to the US last year, making it one of the strongest travel connections in the world. The US Embassy reports that Indians now make up more than 10% of all visa applications globally, including 20% of all applicants for student visas and 65% of all applicants for H&L-category (employment) visas.
The embassy claimed that the US is making significant investments in its operations in India in light of the persistent demand for US visas. The Mission has increased the number of employees it employs over the past year, making it easier than ever to process visas. The US Consulate in Chennai is only one of the sites where the Mission has made significant capital renovations. It has just opened a new consulate in Hyderabad.
He received the 10 lakhs visa directly from Eric.
A couple traveling to the US for their son’s MIT graduation received the one-millionth visa from US Ambassador Eric Garcetti in person.
When the US Embassy informed Dr. Ranju Singh, Senior Advisor at Lady Hardinge College, that she would be receiving a million-dollar visa this year, she was overjoyed. The following visa was issued to her spouse Puneet Dargan. In May 2024, the couple will travel to America.
Ambassador Garcetti addressed the couple as “Mr. and Mrs. One Million” and asked about their vacation plans to the US. He also provided advice on what tourist traps to avoid.