Usa Embassy (Embassy Of The United States Of America In Qatar) Qatar

Company: Usa Embassy (Embassy Of The United States Of America In Qatar) Doha
Description: Embassies
Telephone: Office: 4884101; Fax: 4884298; Mobile: No Information Available
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City: Doha
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Filename: usa-embassy-embassy-of-the-united-states-of-america-in-qatar
County and City: Doha, Doha
Country: State of Qatar, Dawlat Qatar

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Ayna, 24.11.2008
GETTING TO THE US EMBASSY: Ongoing road construction projects on 22 February Street have limited access to the U.S. Embassy in Doha. 22 February Street (D-Ring Road) is now completely closed between Immigration and Al Sudan Roundabouts. All access east of the Embassy is now blocked, including the gravel access road that previously allowed drivers to cross 22 February Street from the east. Access is available on a composite material slip-road that parallels 22 February Street along the side nearest the Embassy. A new temporary parking lot is available in front of the Embassy for visa applicants and American citizens.

Several routes to the Embassy remain open, but visa applicants should plan sufficient travel time to the Embassy to arrive on time for American Citizen Services or for a visa interview. All construction activity, its impact upon the road network, and accessibility to the Embassy is subject to change with little to no advance notice from Ashghal or the construction company building the new road. At this time, the Embassy cannot predict when the road construction project will be completed. However, we anticipate the road works could go on for another 12 to 24 months.


Most applicants applying for a non-immigrant visa are temporary visitors coming to the United States for business or pleasure. "B-1" visas are issued to temporary visitors for business and self-financed short-term training; "B-2" to temporary visitors for pleasure; a combination of both "B-1/B-2" can also be issued. A temporary visitor for business/training or pleasure must establish that s/he:
Has a residence outside the United States which will not be abandoned;
Is coming to the United States for a definite temporary period;
Will depart upon the conclusion of the visit; and
Has sufficient funds to cover expenses of the visit.
"Business" does not mean gainful employment. A "B-1" visa recipient may come to the United States to consult with a business associate, negotiate a contract, buy materials, participate in a professional conference or undertake independent research. A "B-2" visa recipient may tour the United States, visit friends and relatives or go for medical treatment. For the issuance of a temporary visitor visa, the United States Law requires that the applicant has a residence abroad that s/he does not intend to abandon. This residence is usually established by showing ties with the home country. Such ties may include business, employment, family, property or other connections, tangible or intangible, which satisfy a consular officer that the applicant will leave the United States voluntarily after a temporary visit and that they have no intention of applying for immigration status. A visa is not a guarantee of entry into the United States, it is simply permission to apply for entry into the United States.

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