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    2020 Accra Place
    Washington, DC

    Are you looking for information of visa, medical information, attorney information about U.S.A.? Here is the complete detailed answer for each and every question in your mind. Take a quick look on the glimpse of information that is described here for your closer and better understanding.

    Embassy visa information - This embassy procedure of the empowerment to hand out for the non- immigrants, which one comes under the Business category of visitors and tourist. Every necessity of particular is highlighted in their describing manner giving the complete details required. Moreover these all information will surely assist you in making your migration simpler and easier.

    Requirement for visa- The Counselor Section of the US citizenship will give assistance to the U.S.A in Ghana Accra. As the visa type will vary from one to another, the requirement will also be changed. You can see the full information that you essentially required including photo copies also that you should submit along with the application forms.

    Information-on visa Non-Immigrant Visas:
    Interviews are conducted by appointment, Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Friday 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

    Visa Fees- Effective January 1, 2008, the worldwide application fee for a U.S. Nonimmigrant Visa will increase from USD $100 to USD $131 (or Ghanaian Cedi equivalent). The worldwide application fee for a U.S. Immigrant Visa will also increase, from $335 to $355. These fee increases, which are being applied throughout the world, reflect the rising costs of processing visa applications, including the cost of enhanced biometric security features, information technology systems, and inflation.

    Due to the large volume of applicants and the processing time for applicants’ paperwork, applicants should expect to spend approximately four hours at the consulate. Additionally, in cases where visas are issued, applicants should expect to wait two days for processing of their visas.

    Student visa applicants must meet the following criteria to qualify for a walk-in appointment:

    They must present a valid I-20 (for student visa applicants) or DS-2019 (for exchange visitor applicants.
    The school or exchange program start date as listed on the I-20 or DS-2019 must fall within 60 days of the interview date.
    They must NOT have been denied on a previous student or exchange program visa application within the past 12 months.

    Consular Officers can provide to American citizens. However Consular Officers cannot act as travel agents, banks, lawyers, investigators, or law enforcement officers. Please do not expect them to find you employment, get you residence or driving permits, act as interpreters, search for missing luggage, or settle disputes with hotel managers.

    Documents for Visa- The important value of your trip will finally decide the essential documents, which must have to be submitted for availing visa. To avail the visa, you must possess clear and complete

    U.S. Citizen Service - American citizens will be provided with good assistance and support in several aspects including passport replacement, CRBA, notaries, registration in embassy ward system, renewal of passport and other more. The Consular Officer will never be allowed to give his advice and suggestions to U.S. citizens on any licit subjects and must never advise any specific attorney from the list.

    United States Embassy Information - It generally deals with different sections including economic affairs, foreign policy, domestic issues, US society & values. With the best assistance and efforts of sections, the embassy processes its work with a right and routine schedule of planning.

    U.S. and Ghanaian
    Holidays for 2008
    New Year's Day - Jan 1
    M.L.K Birthday - Jan 21
    Eid-Il-Adha - TBA
    President's Day - Feb. 18
    Independence Day - Mar. 6
    Good Friday - March 21
    Easter Monday - March 24
    May Day - May 1
    African Union Day - May 25
    Memorial Day - May 26
    Republic Day - July 1
    Independence Day - July 4
    Labor Day - Sept. 1
    Eid-Il-Fitr - TBA
    Columbus Day - Oct. 13
    Veterans Day - Nov. 11
    Thanksgiving Day - Nov. 27
    Farmer's Day - Dec. 5
    Christmas Day - Dec. 25
    Boxing Day - Dec. 26
    New Year's Day - Jan. 1, 2009


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