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Consular Services 

We welcome your request for an appointment to assist with U.S. passports, Report of Birth Abroad, notarial services, other American Citizen Services, and Non-Immigrant Visa Services.  To make an appointment, call 680-587-2920, ext. 2900.

Change of Visa Fees Notice:

The Department published an interim final rule (IFR) on August 28, 2014 to change the fees for certain nonimmigrant visa (NIV) applications, immigrant visa (IV) applications, administrative and citizens’ services fees as listed below.  The new fees will become effective on September 12, 2014. 

Amendments to the Schedule of Fees include:

Application fee (also known as MRV fee) for:

-- E NIVs $270 to $205

-- K NIVs $240 to $265

-- BCC under age 15 $15 to $16

Processing fee for:

-- Immediate Relative/Family-based IVs $230 to $325

-- Employment-based IVs $405 to $345

-- Other IVs (I-360 and special IVs) $220 to $205

-- Affidavit of Support (at the National Visa Center) $88 to $120

-- Waiver of Two-Year Residency Requirement $215 to $120

-- Determining returning resident status $275 to $180

Fee for:

-- Consular Time $231 to $135

-- Renunciation of U.S. Citizenship $450 to $2,350

Members of the public who wish to comment on the proposed fees must submit their comments to the Department directly - not to posts - in one of the following manners. A links to the Department's website where it discusses the fee change. 

 - Persons with access to the Internet may view the notice and submit comments by going to and searching for the rule by its Regulatory Information Number (RIN), 1400-AD47.

Hours of Operations


Non-Immigrant Visa (NIV) application processing services are available by appointment only. 

As always, we endeavor to provide all visitors to the Consular Section with efficient, courteous, and prompt service. You may reach the U.S. Embassy Consular Section at (680) 587-2920, ext. 2900. 

Please note the Consular Section is closed for U.S. and Palauan holidays.

Attention: Nonimmigrant visa applicants should use the web-based DS-160 nonimmigrant visa application form. Once completed by the applicant, all data on the form is electronically transmitted to the Embassy.  Applicants must print out only the confirmation page to bring to the Embassy on the day of their appointment.  Click Here for more information.


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