Visa Reciprocity Changes, Oct. 22
October 25th, 2018
DOS Updates Visa Reciprocity
As of October 22, 2018, the Department of State has updated its visa reciprocity tables. Since our last update on visa reciprocity changes, ten countries have experienced changes.
- Kazakhstan: Updated Post Contact Information
- Eritrea: Updated Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce, Adoption, National ID, Police/Court/Prison, Military, Travel Documents, Post Contact, and Visa Services
- Bulgaria: Updated Court Records
- Colombia: Updated Police Certificates
- Guatemala: Updated Police Certificates
- Panama: Updated Police Certificates
- Israel: Updated General Information, Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce, Adoption, National ID, Police, Court, Military, Travel Documents, Post Contac, and Visa Services
- Costa Rica: Updated Police Certificates
- Australia: Updated Police Certificates
- Hong Kong: Updated Police Certificates
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The U.S. government may require fees for nonimmigrant visa application after it has been approved. This is based on the principle of reciprocity. That is, when a foreign government levies fees on American citizens for certain visas, the U.S. government does likewise to those foreign nationals. You can find U.S. reciprocity impositions by country at the Department of State's website.
For More Information
Read the up-to-date Visa Reciprocity Table.
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This information comes from the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA Doc. No. 18010535).
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