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" Systems issues that have affected the Department of State’s ability to issue visas are being resolved, and all applicants can schedule appointments as normal. All applicants should plan to attend their current appointments as scheduled. We are currently working to clear a backlog of visas that have yet to be printed. Visa applicants with a passport still at the Consulate will be notified once the passport (with the visa) is ready for pickup at the appropriate Aramex office. Thank you for your cooperation "

There is The Links:

http://morocco.usembassy.gov/visas.html


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