United States Visa Appointment Wait Times in Quito, Ecuador

Last Updated on 05/20/2024

Interview Required*

CategoryWait Time (Days)

Visitors (B1/B2)

420

Students/Exchange Visitors (F, M, J)

3

Petition-Based Temporary Workers (H, L, O, P, Q)

3

Crew and Transit (C, D, C1/D)

3

*If it is your first time applying for a Visa, you will need to attend the interview. If you have had a U.S. Visa before, you may be able to skip the interview by requesting special permission.


No Interview Required*

CategoryWait Time (Days)

Visitors (B1/B2)

8

Students/Exchange Visitors (F, M, J)

Petition-Based Temporary Workers (H, L, O, P, Q)

Crew and Transit (C, D, C1/D)

*If you have had a U.S. Visa before, you may be able to skip the interview by requesting special permission.


Contact Information for U.S. Embassy/Consulate in Quito, Ecuador

Name: U.S. Embassy Quito

Address:

    E12-170 Avigiras Ave. and Eloy Alfaro Ave.

    Quito, Ecuador

Phone Number:

    593-2-398-5000

Official Website



General Information on Scheduling Your Visa Appointment

Scheduling a visa appointment is mandatory for many United States Visa applications. Wait times can vary depending on the type of visa you're applying for and the specific U.S. Embassy or Consulate you choose. We recommend checking this page frequently for the most current information, as wait times can fluctuate.

For detailed information about how to schedule a visa appointment, please see our guide to scheduling a visa appointment or visit the official U.S. Embassy or Consulate website.


Tips for Scheduling Your Visa Appointment

  • Start Early: It's advised to start the visa application process well in advance of your planned travel date.
  • Required Documents: Ensure you have all the necessary documentation ready before scheduling your appointment, such as your passport, DS-160 confirmation page, and a compliant visa photo.
  • Interview Preparation: Spend some time preparing for your visa interview to make the process smoother.
  • Payment: The visa fee must be paid to the government and depends on the type of visa you are applying for. The current fee for the B1/B2 Travel Visa is $185. You can see the different visa prices on the State Department website.

Note: Information is subject to change, and we strive to keep this page updated regularly. Always check the official U.S. Embassy or Consulate website for the most accurate and current information.

For more locations, visit the State Department's list of all U.S. Embassies and Consulates.


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