Applying for US Visa from 3rd Country


fk9643

I am a student living in London but not a British Citizen. Is it a good advice to apply for US visa from London, although I am not from UK.
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Should I go back to my home country and apply from there.

I am a student living in London but not a British Citizen. Is it a good advice to apply for US visa from London, although I am not from UK.
OR
Should I go back to my home country and apply from there.
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Wheretogo_

I am almost sure that you should be able to apply to the visa using the US embassy in London. If it is where you reside now, then you can do it. Call in the embassy and they will tell you. I think the University in the US will send you the papers to your current address and then you can take it to the embassy where you are residing at the moment.

I am almost sure that you should be able to apply to the visa using the US embassy in London. If it is where you reside now, then you can do it. Call in the embassy and they will tell you. I think the University in the US will send you the papers to your current address and then you can take it to the embassy where you are residing at the moment.
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ldncdn

I'm also residing in London as a Canadian national and I'll be applying for the US student visa from England.

I'm also residing in London as a Canadian national and I'll be applying for the US student visa from England.
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imnc

I am a student living in London but not a British Citizen. Is it a good advice to apply for US visa from London, although I am not from UK.
OR
Should I go back to my home country and apply from there.


Application from a country where you are a non-tourist or transit resident is usually fine. They'll probably ask to see your UK student visa documents to confirm.

<blockquote>I am a student living in London but not a British Citizen. Is it a good advice to apply for US visa from London, although I am not from UK.
OR
Should I go back to my home country and apply from there. </blockquote>

Application from a country where you are a non-tourist or transit resident is usually fine. They'll probably ask to see your UK student visa documents to confirm.
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fk9643

Thank you all

Thank you all
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