You may need to submit a Global Card Application (PDF) to enter the U.S. on a passport.
You must submit the following documents and documents related to your country of origin.
For more information, visit the United States passport application website.
If you do not have the required documents to apply for a passport, please contact your nearest U.K. embassy or consulate.
Apply for the US passport application (PDF).
The United States Department of State’s Office of Foreign Missions and Intergovernmental Affairs provides the following information about applying for a US passport: Application for a U. S. passport can be made online or by phone.
For the application to be processed electronically, you will need a U/P number.
For further information, please see the U/C document.
Apply by fax to 866-835-5201.
To receive an automated email response, follow the instructions below.
Submit your completed application and pay a $10 fee by cash or check or money order made payable to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
If your application has been received by U. N.C.C., you will receive a reply by email no later than March 31, 2020.
The United Nations is responsible for all applications and passports issued in the United Nations.
You may contact your embassy or consular office for more information about United Nations issues.
If the US government is unable to issue you a passport in your country, you may apply for one through your country’s embassy.
If possible, please consult with the U./OAS Office of Citizenship and Migration (CAM).
To apply for the international emergency number (I-EIN), you must have a valid I-129 and the I-94 form (available in most countries).
Applicants must provide proof of residence in the US for at least six months prior to the date of application.
Applicants who apply for an I-EINS at least one month prior to a date that is not their current residence in another country must complete a new I-133 form, with a new Social Security number, and the original documentation to prove that they are not a UNAUTHORIZED alien.
This information is not required for the I/O-124 form.
The US Citizenship and Refugee Services office will also be able to assist you.
For additional information, see our website on the US immigration process.
When you submit the I (EIN) application, you must attach the following: A passport, visa, or a nonimmigrant visitor visa (not including a green card) The United Kingdom’s International Passenger Processing Centre (IPPC) number The original and original copies of the application documents from each country listed above.
The names and addresses of any employers in the countries in which you intend to work (or, if you do intend to be employed in a particular country, where you intend for your employer to obtain a work permit, you need to provide the employer’s name and address) If your country has an embassy or high commission in the U .
K. or France, the consulate or embassy where you will be stationed will provide you with the information required for your passport application.
For information about international applications, see the US Department of Homeland Security’s webpage on applying for visas.
You can complete a United States visa application online or with a telephone application.
You do not need to be an authorized user of an application system.
You should complete an application online and submit the appropriate forms to receive your visa.
You will be sent an e-mail notification by email, which will include a link to your application.
The application must be received by the USCIS office in the designated country by March 31.
The USCIS will process the visa application in person or by mail, and will forward the visa to the visa office where you have applied for a visa.
The visa office will send you a visa stamp indicating the country you are to apply in.
For instructions on submitting the visa, see USCIS instructions on the visa.
If we cannot verify your identity, you should return the application for review.
You are not required to submit fingerprints to complete the visa online.
For assistance, see US Citizenship & Immigration Services instructions on how to complete an online application.
If a USCIS officer believes you are not authorized to apply, he/she may refuse to issue a visa to you.
You also do not receive a visa when the application is received by USCIS.
You need to present your passport and I-131 documentation to the USCUS officer who will accept or reject your visa application.