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Does anyone know if the Phoenix uscis office still permits walk-ins biometric appointments? I'm a US citizen applying for a UK student visa but I require a biometric scan before I can apply for the actual visa. Unfortunately I have to be in the UK by mid February so I'm in a bit of a bind. If someone can share their personal experience with walk-in appointments at the Phoenix office I would be very grateful. 

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45 minutes ago, wanderingnomad787 said:

Does anyone know if the Phoenix uscis office still permits walk-ins biometric appointments? I'm a US citizen applying for a UK student visa but I require a biometric scan before I can apply for the actual visa. Unfortunately I have to be in the UK by mid February so I'm in a bit of a bind. If someone can share their personal experience with walk-in appointments at the Phoenix office I would be very grateful. 

Application Support Centers do biometrics in support of applications for US immigration benefits not for visas for other countries 


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On 1/16/2019 at 1:37 PM, payxibka said:

Application Support Centers do biometrics in support of applications for US immigration benefits not for visas for other countries  

It's actually a little strange but, you can do biometrics for a UK visa at USCIS offices.

 

@wanderingnomad787 Did you look up about making an Infopass appointment? I doubt they would accept walk ins, even the UK website says "You must book your biometric appointment at a US Department of Homeland Security application support centre (ASC) when you apply online. This is to have your photo and fingerprints taken (known as ‘biometric information’)."


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