U.S Consulates in India are now accepting dropbox application for H, L and J nonimmigrant visa categories

September 4, 2020
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The US Consulates across India are now accepting drop box applications for renewals of all nonimmigrant visa categories at Visa Application Centers across India including H, L and J categories. To meet the eligibility criteria, the nonimmigrants on H, L, and J categories who are subject to Presidential Proclamation 10052 must also qualify for an exception to the proclamation.   Read the below link to check if you qualify under the exceptions.  National Interest Exceptions to the Presidential Proclamation    

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