Visa applicants should leave at home all electronic devices such as cell phones, cameras, computers, iPods, iPads, and MP3 players. They are not be allowed into the Embassy compound as there are no storage facilities.

The Embassy is unable to re-set exchange rates daily and needs to take into account fluctuations in the gourde when setting the consular exchange rate.  The consular exchange rate is in no way to be taken as an “official” exchange rate or as a policy position of the United States Government.

On December 4, the U.S. Supreme Court granted the Government’s motions for emergency stays of preliminary injunctions issued by the U.S. District Courts for the Districts of Hawaii and Maryland, which prohibited the enforcement of certain sections of Presidential Proclamation 9645 (P.P). Nationals of Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, and Venezuela are subject to the restrictions and limitations. More information is available at

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Welcome to the U.S. Visa Information Service for Haiti. On this website you can find information about U.S. immigrant and nonimmigrant visas and the requirements to apply for each. You can also learn how to pay the required visa application fee, and book an interview appointment at the U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince.

This is the official visa information website of the U.S. Mission in Haiti.