America-India Visa / This is great news for Indians going to US - American Embassy did wonders

Vikrant Shekhawat : Sep 28, 2023, 05:43 PM
America-India Visa: The Embassy has issued more than 10 lakh visas to Indians in America. In the year 2023, this figure is 20 percent more than the figure of 2019. In this way the US Mission has exceeded its target of processing 1 million non-immigrant visa applications in 2023. The US Embassy announced on Thursday that the mission has already exceeded the total number of cases processed in 2022. It is also processing approximately 20% more applications than before the pandemic in 2019.

Relations with India became stronger

"Our bilateral cooperation and relations with India run deep," Ambassador to India Eric Garcetti said in a post on Embassy's Also, the relationship between the two countries is one of the most important relationships. The ties between our people are stronger than ever. “At the same time, we will continue to deliver record-setting volume of visa work in the coming months to give more Indian applicants the opportunity to travel to the United States and experience first-hand the US-India friendship.”

What is the number of employment visa applicants?

Last year, more than 1.2 million Indians visited the US. It became one of the strongest travel relationships in the world. According to the US Embassy, Indians now represent more than 10 percent of all visa applicants worldwide. This includes 20 percent of all student visa applicants and 65 percent of all H&L-category (employment) visa applicants.

Keeping in mind the continued demand for US visas, the embassy said the US is investing heavily in its operations in India. Over the past year, the Mission has expanded its staff to facilitate visa processing more than ever before. The Mission has made significant capital improvements to existing facilities, such as the US Consulate in Chennai, and inaugurated a new Consulate building in Hyderabad.

Eric handed over the 10 lakhth visa

US Ambassador Eric Garcetti has personally handed out the millionth visa to a couple who are traveling to the US for their son's graduation at MIT. Dr. Ranju Singh, Senior Advisor, Lady Hardinge College, was very happy to receive an email from the US Embassy about getting her million visa this year. Her husband Puneet Dargan was given the next visa.