U.S. WILL RESTART VISA SERVICES; STATE DEPARTMENT SAYS
Since March 2020, routine visa services have been suspended at all U.S. missions, allowing only for life-and-death emergency appointments amid the coronavirus pandemic. However, a State Department spokesperson announced on July 13, 2020, that U.S. embassies and consulates around the world will soon resume visa services. The resumption of routine visa services will occur on a post-by-post basis, in coordination with the Department's 'Diplomacy Strong' framework for safely returning our workforce to Department facilities.
But they are "unable to provide a specific date for when each mission will resume specific visa services," the spokesperson added, referring questions to each individual embassy or consulate's website for more details. So far, no embassy or consulate has announced plans to resume visa services.