U.S. Immigration Executive Order Impacts
As a result of an Executive Order signed by President Donald Trump on Friday, January 27, 2017, nationals of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen are temporarily suspended from entering the United States. News outlets have reported that these countries are considering restrictive measures for U.S. nationals. As of today, no specific actions have been taken by these countries and we are monitoring the situation closely.
New Russia Visa Processing Fees For U.S. Nationals
Effective immediately, the Consulates of Russia across the United States have updated their visa processing fees for U.S. passport holders. These changes are valid for all visa types. Visit our website to obtain the latest requirements and apply for your visa.
CIBT Introduces Online Order Feature For Legalization Services
CIBT is pleased to announce the introduction of online ordering for legalization services. It is now easier than ever to authenticate your documents. Simply visit our Legalizations page to start your online order. We will take the time to understand your legalization needs and work with you step-by-step to ensure you get the right documents in a timely fashion.
New Photo Requirements For China Visa Applications
Most of the Chinese Consulates across the U.S. have implemented new rules for visa application photos. Some of the new changes include: new size requirements, and photo must have a solid white background, no shadows, among other changes. Visit our website to obtain the latest requirements and start your China Visa application.
Passing Through A Foreign Country? Check If Your Nationality Requires A Visa
Transit visa regulations change frequently. Depending on your nationality, a visa to transit by air or by land may be required. We ensure our application kits are always up to date so we can provide you with the best travel experience, without you having to worry about the details. Visit our website to verify if your nationality requires a transit visa.
Let The Local U.S. Embassy Know Your Travel Plans
The U.S. State Department recommends U.S. citizens register with the U.S. Embassy(s) in the countries they plan to visit. Feel more secure about your international travels by having CIBT register your trip with the U.S. Department of State. Registration notifies the U.S. Embassy in each country of your travel plans and enrolls you in the State Department travel advisory and warnings program. Learn more and register.