Both the United States and Turkey announced today, December 28, 2017, that visa services would fully resume. The U.S. suspended nonimmigrant visa services in Turkey in October 2017 over a Turkish employee at the U.S. Embassy in Istanbul being detained by the Turkish government for an alleged link to the attempted 2016 coup. There was a partial resumption of U.S. visa services in Turkey in November 2017.
Turkey, in an act of reciprocity will also resume processing Turkish visas for U.S. citizens.
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