On February 03, 2023, U.S. Embassy in India tweeted that a visa applicant may be able to get a visa appointment at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in your destination abroad. This move comes as US Embassy in India is trying to reduce the massive backlog in visa processing. Recently US Embassy in Bangkok has opened B1/B2 appointments for Indians who will be in Thailand in the coming months. Also, the US Embassy in India released more than 250,000 additional B1/B2 appointments two weeks ago.
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