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The Department of State, specifically its Consular Affairs section, adjudicates a variety of visa applications and other matters as it relates to foreign nationals who wish to come to the United States, and U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents living abroad.

The following forms are required for different types of visa applications submitted to the U.S. Consular offices around the world.

Form Form Name
DS-117 Application To Determine Returning Resident Status
DS-156E Nonimmigrant Treaty Trader or Treaty Investor Visa Application
DS-160 Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application
DS-230 Part I&II Application for Immigrant Visa and Alien Registration
NOTE: The DS-230 has largely been replaced by DS-260. The DS-230 is only used for Cuban Family Reunification Parole.
DS-234 Special Immigrant Visa Biodata Form
DS-260 Online Immigrant Visa Application
DS-1648 Application for A, G, or NATO Visa
DS-1981 Affidavit Concerning Exemption from Immigration Requirements for a Foreign Adopted Child
DS-3032 Choice of Address and Attorney For Immigrant Visa Purposes
DS-3035 J-1 Visa Waiver Review Application
DS-7002 Nonimmigrant J Visa Application
DSP-122 Supplemental Registration for the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program

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