Visitors to the United States require nonimmigrant visas. Before applying, you should know which type of visa that suits your purpose of travel.
Please confirm whether or not you need to apply for a visa. You may not need to apply for a new U.S. visa if you already hold a valid U.S. visa or are a national of a Visa Waiver Program participating country.
Please visit this website for information on how to apply for nonimmigrant visas.
* The “No Eyeglasses Policy” will go into effect November 1, 2016. Under this policy, Consular Affairs (CA) will no longer accept photographs of visa and passport applicants wearing eyeglasses, except in rare, medically-documented circumstances.
Apply for a Visa
Please confirm whether or not you need to apply for a visa. You may not need to apply for a new U.S. visa if you already hold a valid U.S. visa or are a national of a Visa Waiver Program participating country. If you do need to apply for a nonimmigrant visa, please follow the steps below…(Read more)
Diplomatic or Official Visas
Complete My DS-160
Each applicant, including children, must have their own DS-160 visa application. The DS-160 must be completed and submitted online prior to your interview at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate. The barcode number on the DS-160 confirmation page is required in order to book your interview… (Read more)
Pay My Visa Fee
Most applicants, including children, are required to pay a Machine Readable Visa (MRV) fee to initiate their U.S. visa application. This US Government-mandated fee is a visa processing fee that is payable whether or not a visa is issued…(Read more)
Schedule My Appointment
Apply for an Expedited Appointment
Track My Passport
Renew My Visa
If you are renewing a B1/B2, F, M or J visa, you may qualify for an Interview Waiver Program (IWP) renewal and may submit your application at the Consular Section of the American Embassy in Phnom Penh, without an interview, any Thursday and Friday, between 13:00 to 15:00 hrs., provided you meet all of the qualifications… (Read more)
Application Pending Further Action
Refusal under Section 221(g) means that essential information is missing from an application or that an application has been placed on administrative hold. The consular officer who interviews you will tell you at the end of your interview if action on your case is being refused under 221(g) pending further information. The officer will either tell you that the case has to undergo administrative processing, or will ask you to submit additional information… (Read more)