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Non-Immigrant Visa Status

Applicants or their relatives may wish to view the status of a nonimmigrant visa application at https://ceac.state.gov/CEACStatTracker/Default.aspx?App=NIV. The applicant or relative will need to enter the interview location (e.g.: CUBA, HAVANA) and the barcode number (e.g.: AA002U22M9) as appears on the DS-160 confirmation page. Once the visa appears as “Issued” applicants will be able to come to the U.S. Interest Section to pick up their passport following the instructions on their pass. Please be aware that some cases require extended administrative processing. This processing may last several months.  If such is the case, the U.S. Interests Section will contact the applicant by telephone as soon as this process has concluded and a determination has been made on the application.

Immigrant Visa Status

Applicants under the IR1, IR2, CR1, CR2, K, DV or SB1 visa categories and applicants with current F1, F2A, F2B, F3 or F4 petitions (i.e., not processed under the Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program (CFRP)) may wish to view the status of their immigrant visa application at https://ceac.state.gov/CEACStatTracker/Default.aspx?App=IV. The applicant or relative will need to enter the case number (e.g.: HAV2013123456, 2013SA123). Once the visa appears as “Issued” the applicants will be able to come to the U.S. Interest Section to pick up their passport following the instructions on their pass. Please be aware that some cases require extended administrative processing. This processing may last several months.  If such is the case, the U.S. Interests Section will contact the applicant by telephone or telegram as soon as this process has concluded and a determination has been made on the applicant's case or if the applicant needs to submit additional or updated documents.

Parole Status

(This list was last updated on April 3, 2014)

Every other week, the U.S. Interests Section will post a new list of parole cases that have been issued. Please check the list HERE (PDF 137 KB). Applicants processing under the Cuban Family Reunification Program (CP1) or under the family-based parole (CP3) category will search the list for the seven- or eight-digit case number the U.S. Interests Section wrote on their pass the day of their interview. If the applicant's number appears on this list, the applicant will be able to come to the U.S. Interest Section to pick up their passport following the instructions on their pass. Please be aware that some cases require extended administrative processing. This processing may last several months. If such is the case, the U.S. Interests Section will contact the applicant by telephone or telegram as soon as this process has concluded and a determination has been made on the applicant's case or if the applicant needs to submit additional or updated documents. Applicants may contact us only if they have been waiting six months or longer since their interview and their case number has not been included in this list. If such is the case, applicants may send us a brief message using our "Contact Us" link providing us with their full name, case number and date of interview. 

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