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Change in IV Waiver Appointment Scheduling in Mexico

Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 11011871 (posted Jan. 18, 2011)"

Message from the U.S. Consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

AILA Liaison received the following information via e-mail regarding the ability to schedule a waiver appointment for an immigrant visa in Mexico. The e-mail states:

Please be advised that as of January 10, 2011, the procedure to request a waiver appointment has changed. Applicants can make the appointment through the following website http://mexico.usvisa-info.com. They will need to log onto the website using their Passport Number, Date of Birth and Nationality. When prompted to select a Trip Purpose, they will need to choose "Immigrant IV Waiver" to schedule the appointment.

Alternatively, Applicants can schedule their waiver appointment by contacting the Visa Information Service at any of the numbers provided in the following link: http://www.usvisa-info.com/en-MX/selfservice/us_service_options.

We hope this information is useful in responding to your questions. For future reference, direct all inquiries through our online form at http://ciudadjuarez.usconsulate.gov/feedback-form.html. Inquiries sent by mail or fax will face significant delays in processing. Please note that unless you have been specifically requested to send additional information directly to this mailbox, your message will not be replied to.

Sincerely,

Consular Information Unit
U.S. Consulate General Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

 
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