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U.S. Mission to India Launches “Check My Visa Application Status” Online

New Delhi | January 4, 2013

The U.S. Mission to India is pleased to announce that the U.S. Department of State’s new system, CEAC Status Check, can now be accessed at “Check My Visa Application Status.” This tool, which allows all visa applicants to verify 24/7 the status of their case online, offers better customer service to visa applicants and continued transparency in our processing. This initiative follows other recent enhancements, including offsite fingerprinting and photography services and the expanded Interview Waiver Program. All these initiatives are aimed at building capacity to accept more visa applications over the coming years, improving customer service, and facilitating legitimate travel between India and the United States. Bolstering people-to-people ties through travel is a cornerstone of the U.S.-India partnership.

The CEAC Status Check site is a global website that allows visa applicants world-wide to access up-to-date and accurate information about their cases. Applicants simply enter the CEAC barcode or case number and the location where the interview occurred to check the status of their visa. This new CEAC Status Check replaces any previous status tracking websites.

Applicants with questions about the site or its status information should contact www.ustraveldocs.com/in. Applicants are also welcome to contact our call centers Monday – Friday, 8am – 8pm, and on Sunday 9am -5pm (IST).

Within India: (91-120) 660-2222 OR (91-22) 6720-9400

Within the U.S.: 1-310-616-5424

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lots of good info on this site. For immigrant visas, you can't check the status of your case. It just gives a link to USCIS's site, and doesn't even give a link to https://ceac.state.gov for those at the NVC stage. It would be nice if USCIS and CEAC would give more detailed information on our cases online, such as being able to look up and print any forms or notices that were issued to us about our cases.

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