Embassy of the United States in Kabul, Afghanistan
Embassy of the United States in Kabul, Afghanistan is currently closed!
The U.S. Embassy in Kabul suspended operations on August 31, 2021.
Common Visa Types
Citizens of qualified countries may be able to travel to United States without a visa. The most common types of United States visas are the following.
- Business/Tourist visa
- Work visa
- Student visa
- Exchange visitor visa
- Transit/Ship crew visa
- Religious worker visa
- Domestic employee visa
- Journalist and media visa
- Treaty traders and treaty investors visa
- Family-based immigration
- Fiancé(e) visa (K-1)
- Religious workers visa
- Employment-based immigration
- Diversity visa (DV)
- Returning resident visa (SB-1)
Diplomatic missions of United States in neighbouring countries/regions of Afghanistan:
- Manama, Bahrain (Embassy)
- Tel Aviv, Israel (Other)
- Jerusalem, Israel (Embassy)
- Amman, Jordan (Embassy)
- Kuwait City, Kuwait (Embassy)
- Antelias, Lebanon (Embassy)
- Muscat, Oman (Embassy)
- Doha, Qatar (Embassy)
- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (Embassy)
- Dhahran, Saudi Arabia (Consulate General)
- Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (Consulate General)
- Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (Embassy)
- Dubai, United Arab Emirates (Consulate General)
- Sana'a, Yemen (Embassy)
- Baghdad, Iraq (Embassy)
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This page was last edited on 02 November 2021, at 01:06 PM (EST).