For general inquiries about immigrant visas including registration, procedures, document preparation, document delivery, etc., please contact our authorized contractor Visa Application Services via any of the means shown below. Visa Application Services call center agents are able to assist you via email, telephone or online chat.
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For other questions, please direct your inquiry to the U.S. Consulate General Guangzhou Immigrant Visa Unit using the email form below.
Email: Please use our Immigrant Visa Unit Inquiry Form to contact the Immigrant Visa Unit by email. After you submit the inquiry, you will see a page with important information. Please read the information carefully. Please be aware that due to the large volume of inquiries submitted, we will NOT reply further if your question is addressed in the information.
Mail: Due to the high volume of inquiries received by the Consulate, we cannot respond to inquiries received by mail. We ask that you submit all inquiries by email using the Immigrant Visa Unit Inquiry Form.
Please note that the information provided must be verifiable.
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Beware: Many visa applicants lose money or are permanently barred from the United States as a result of misleading information and fraudulent applications provided by visa consultants.