Visa services for both nonimmigrant and immigrant visa cases have resumed; however, due to the demand for visa appointments, the earliest available appointments may be many months in the future.
A citizen of a foreign country who seeks to enter the United States generally must first obtain a U.S. visa, which is placed in the traveler’s passport.
Certain international travelers may be eligible to travel to the United States without a visa under the Visa Waiver Program, which is administered by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
The Visa section of this website is about U.S. visas for foreign citizens and nationals to travel to the United States.
Visit Travel.State.gov for additional information.
Note: U.S. citizens do not need a U.S. visa for travel to the United States. When planning travel abroad a U.S. citizen may need a visa issued by the embassy or consulate of the country they wish to visit.
For short-term visits to the United States (for tourism, business, education, and more), you can go directly to the online application (form DS-160). For immigrant visas, which are issued to foreign nationals who intend to live and work permanently in the United States, you can visit the U.S. citizenship and Immigration Services site for the relevant forms. If you are unsure what type of visa you need, please use the Visa Wizard below.
The Consular Section does not assist U.S. citizens in acquiring Liberian visas.
If you need information on Liberian visas and you are located in Liberia, please contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. If you are located outside of Liberia, you should contact the nearest Liberian diplomatic mission. Please note that Liberian visas are not available upon arrival at the Robertsfield International Airport or land borders; travelers should expect inconsistency in the Liberian entry/exit control process.