deen
deen

The U.S. Consulate General in Frankfurt is temporarily not accepting NIE applications

According to current reports, the U.S. Consulate General in Frankfurt will not process applications submitted by e-mail until further notice. The new regulation affects the following groups:

  • People who have already entered the U.S. with a visa or ESTA authorization and must renew their NIE application after the expiration of the 12-month validity period.
  • People who have already obtained a U.S. residency permit but still need a NIE exemption.
  • Applicants whose initial NIE application has been denied and have to submit their second application

However, NIE applications that have already been submitted and those submitted together with the visa application are still being processed. Applicants who are affected by the new regulation should submit the NIE application to the U.S. Embassy in Berlin or to the U.S. Consulate General in Munich. There, the processing of NIE applications is still possible without any restriction.

Related Posts

Chinesische Flagge vor traditionellem Gebäude

China News – Visa-free Entry

Visa-free entry for German citizens to China German citizens can enter China visa-free from December 1st, 2023 to November 30th, 2024. The same applies to citizens of France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Malaysia. Visa...
China Land Umriss

China News

China has acceded to the Hague Apostille Convention The authenticity of the signature on a document and the authority of the issuer of the document are usually confirmed by legalization. This is the only way...

Latest blogs on global assignments

New portal for EU registration for postings to the Czech Republic
11. July 2024
Israel News
21. June 2024
Expats and the cost of living abroad
21. June 2024
Luxembourg: Labor authorities carry out more checks
20. June 2024
Lithuania becomes the 21st country to sign the Telework Convention
19. June 2024
New visa category for Italy – The Digital Nomad visa
19. June 2024

Get the latest information on "International Personnel Management - assignments worldwide".

X
X
X