Required Documents for the Interview
- Confirmation page of the application form DS-160;
- Application fee of $265.00 USD: to be paid in cash (in dollars or euros) at the consular section on the date of interview;
- A valid passport containing at least two blank pages;
- One 5 x 5 cm (2 x 2 in) color photograph taken within the last six months (no eyeglasses);
- Original birth certificate;
- Evidence of any previously issued U.S. visas. If you are no longer in possession of the passport(s) containing the visas, you may advise the consular officer at the time of your interview;
- Completed medical forms DS-2054, DS-3025, DS-3026, and DS-3030 (detailed instructions are included below);
- Police certificates for applicants over 16 years of age. Applicants who have lived in a foreign country for one year or more after the age of 16 must also present a police certificate from that country;
- Court certificates for applicants over 16 years of age. If you have ever been arrested or convicted of a crime you are required to declare it; Please bring relevant court documents.
- Divorce and/or death certificate(s) of any previous spouse(s) for both you and the U.S. citizen petitioner;
- If you have been denied entry into or ordered removed from the United States,furnish documents relating to this;
- Proof of petitioner’s U.S. citizenship. This might include a birth certificate or U.S. passport;
- Evidence of relationship with your S. citizen fiancé(e), such as photographs, correspondence, proof of phone calls, passport stamps/airline tickets, or other evidence of a relationship over a period of time.
- Evidence of financial support (Form I-134).
In connection with your application for an immigrant visa for the United States of America, you are required to undergo a medical examination with the U.S. Embassy’s panel physicians. All applicants, regardless of age, must undergo a general medical examination. Applicants aged 15 or older must also undertake a blood test and a chest x-ray. Any questions regarding the nature of the examination and tests should be directed to the physicians. At present, only two doctors at American Hospital Kosova in Pristina are authorized to perform medical exams.
American Hospital Kosova
Shkupi 35, te rrethi i Spitalit
|Panel Physicians:||Dr. Gresa Elezi and Dr. Linda Cara|
|Opening Hours:||8:00-20:00, Monday – Friday|
|Telephone:||+383 (0)38-221 661/ +383 (0)38 400 661 +383 (0)49 933 833/ +383 49 513 513|
|Fees:||Adults (age 15 and older): 111.00 €|
|Children (under age 15): 36.00 €|
You should call to schedule an appointment for a medical examination approximately ten days prior to your scheduled visa interview at the Embassy. Each applicant is responsible for scheduling and completing their medical exam before the date of their interview. As seating capacity at the clinic is limited, only the visa applicant(s) should to go the clinic. Applicants can expect to spend approximately four hours at the clinic. Medical examination results have a maximum validity of six months. If the exam has less than 6 months’ validity, the visa is limited to the life of the exam.
Applicants must bring their passport, four 5 x 5 cm (2 x 2 in) color passport photographs. In addition, applicants should bring any and all medical records and reports including immunization records, records of hospitalizations, operations, and accidents. If an applicant wears glasses or contact lenses, bring them to the appointment.
Recent changes to U.S. immigration law now require immigrant visa applicants to obtain certain vaccinations. Panel physicians must now verify that applicants meet the new vaccine requirement, or that it is medically inappropriate for the visa applicant to receive one or more of the listed vaccines.
- Haemophilius Influenza Type B
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
If you have any additional questions regarding the medical exam, please contact the panel physicians listed above or email the consular section at PristinaVISAS@state.gov.