U.S. Visa Information
U.S. Embassy Skopje, Macedonia, is the Department of State designated venue for tourist, summer work and travel, immigrant visa, and diversity lottery visa services to citizens residing in the Republic of Kosovo. Contact: http://skopje.usembassy.gov or http://usvisa-info.com; call center can be reached at (+389) 2 317 1042 from Kosovo or (703)439-2346 from the United States. Information about their hours, location, procedures, holidays, prohibited items, who can attend the interviews, and requirements can be found on their website here. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries not covered on their website.
For information about other visa services, provided in Kosovo, please review the information to the left.
Students: Are you interested in studying in the United States? Be sure to review complete information about student visa requirements and application process available here.
Visa Information: Please review the topics to the left for additional information, contacts, and resources for the different types of U.S. visas.
The Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs Customer Service Statement is available here. Frequently asked questions are located here. Reciprocity and visa fees are available here and approximate interview wait times are shown here.
Check the status of your in process application by using your CEAC information here or learn more about administrative processing here. Information about 214(b) refusals and other ineligibilities can be found here.
Need help getting started? Visit the visa wizard and complete visa information here.
Fraud: Report incidents of fraud or visa abuse to us here.
If you are seeking a U.S. visa or service, we strongly recommend that you read the Department of State's fraud warning on imposter or fraudulent websites, emails, scams, and advertisements before proceeding. Engaging in fraud, misrepresentation, or providing false statements or documents - including on behalf of others - can result in visa denial, permanent ineligibilities, or criminal prosecution.
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Fraud Notice / Warning
Department of State Warns of Impostor or Fraudulent Websites, Emails or Print Advertisements
For more information on Fraud Notices and Warnings, visit http://travel.state.gov.