News about the U.S. Embassy in Russia
Everyone has already heard about the latest news about the US Embassy in Russia. If you have a pending case that will be reviewed by a consulate, or you are getting a visa that will go through the embassy in Moscow, you won't want to skip this article. Follow all the details.

U.S. Embassy Russia news

 

Everyone has already heard about the latest news about the US Embassy in Russia. If you have a pending case that will be reviewed by a consulate, or you are getting a visa that will go through the embassy in Moscow, you won't want to skip this article. Follow all the details.

The US Embassy in Russia has just announced a 75 percent cut in consular staff. And starting May 12, which is an important date, right at the corner of 2021, they will effectively suspend all visa services for nonimmigrant and immigrant visas, and they will cut their services and staff to only account for life or death emergencies for citizens. USA. This means that they will not issue immigrant and nonimmigrant visas. I would like to elaborate on what this means and if you have a case that is likely to happen. Without getting into politics, in essence what happened is that the Russian government made a statement that the US Embassy would have to close, suspend or reduce its services. Politics forced the US Embassy to close or curtail its services. But in reality they should close services for immigrant and nonimmigrant visas.

This means that only emergency services, life and death services will be offered. It is not entirely clear what the future of the US Embassy will be. There were two US embassies in Russia. A month ago, one of these embassies was closed, and we only have the US Embassy in Moscow. And now these services are being cut. This is not the first time this has happened. Another example is the US Embassy in Venezuela. Diplomatic missions were withdrawn from Venezuela several years ago. So, now all Venezuelan citizens who go through an immigrant visa or nonimmigrant visa should indeed be interviewed in Colombia. Another example of a country where there is actually no US Embassy that handles immigrant and nonimmigrant visas might be Portugal. These interviews actually take place in Paris. This is nothing new. Undoubtedly, this is an annoying thing that is bound to cause additional stress and chaos. But in the historical process, we saw that when problems arise with politics, war, etc., at the moments in which the US Embassy cannot function or provide visa services, these people go to another country for an interview, the stage of consular registration of their case ... While no official statements have been made on this matter, there is confidence that we will see more details soon, and news resources will definitely keep us updated when we find out more. But the point is, this is not good news. This is unpleasant to hear, but this is not the first time that the US Immigration Service and the government have encountered something like this, and we will probably hear an announcement that cases will be referred to the US Embassy or US Consulate of another country. It is likely that it will happen. If you have a pending case, there are various situations where there have been many people in various Facebook groups talking about their visa problem and looking for advice.

“My case is either pending or pending at the National Visa Center. What should I do?" You don't have to do anything. You are still eligible to apply for a spouse or fiancé visa, whichever route you choose. They will decide your case anyway. This does not mean that they are going to prevent someone from Russia from having a spouse visa, fiance visa or tourist visa, or from coming to the United States. It just means that there will be some changes in logistics. Your case will remain pending, or you will have a decision and just wait for the interview. When that time comes, you will probably get more information from the immigration office about the location of your interview. But just know that you don't need to take any action at this time. We also want you to know again, this is not good news, but don't panic. You just need to wait and see what happens to the logistics. be and where interviews will ultimately take place or where they will ultimately take place. So, no action on your part.

Russia announced the new restrictions on April 16 in retaliation against a US decision to expel 10 Russian diplomats and introduce new ones for Moscow's alleged role in the SolarWinds cyberattack and meddling in the US elections last year. The Kremlin denies these allegations.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov downplayed restrictions on influence, noting that U.S. visa services had been restricted for at least a year due to the pandemic. "The source of all this was the unfriendly actions of the United States," he said.

Peskov said the Kremlin is disappointed with the first 100 days of President Joe Biden's rule. “We expected better,” he said, stating that the positive aspects of the renewal of the nuclear arms agreement were offset by “the negative burden that we have accumulated over these 100 days” in the relationship.

The embassy's actions are the latest broadening of the diplomatic battle between Russia and the West. Several Eastern European countries have expelled Russian envoys after the Czech Republic accused Moscow's security services of being responsible for the deadly bombing in 2014. Russia responded by expelling diplomats from these countries.

The Kremlin is extending the ban on the use of local staff at embassies to a number of countries it calls “unfriendly,” but has yet to release the list. Russia keeps local staff in their diplomatic posts.

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