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9 FAM 601.8­3(C)(2) Class B Criteria and Procedures
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9 FAM 601.8­3(C)(2)
Class B Criteria and Procedures

(CT:VISA­1; 11­18­2015)
(Previous Location: 9 FAM Appendix K, Exhibit I(partial);CT:VISA­2290; 06­02­
2015)

a. A Class B referral is simply a request
        a) for an expedited appointment
                i) with a consular manager.

It is not/not a request
        a) for visa issuance.

Class B referrals
        a) must advance
                i) U.S. national interests or
                ii) mission priorities,
        b) but are suitable
                i) for a wider range of applicants.

The applicant must directly support or promote the interests or public diplomacy efforts
        a) of the mission.

b. Class B referrals may be submitted
        a) for previously refused applicants,

1) provided they meet the requirements
        a) in this policy.

c. While a Class B applicant is not required
        a) to be "personally and favorably known“
                i) to the referring officer,

1) the referring officer must still have reasonable knowledge
        a) of the applicant’s bona fides.

Referrals may not be made
        a) solely on the basis of a recommendation
                i) from a third party,
                        A) even another key contact or LE staff.

d. It is appropriate
        a) to submit Class B referrals
                i) for applicants
                        A) who
                                I) meet Class B criteria above and
                                II) fall into at least one of the following categories:

        (1) An individual
                i) not personally known to the referring officer
                ii) but who is otherwise qualified
                        A) for a Class A referral;

        (2) A key contact
                i) who promotes
                        A) U.S. national interests,
                        B) mission goals, or
                        C) public diplomacy efforts;

        (3) A prominent individual
                i) who
                        A) is not a contact,
                        B) but is well known,
                                I) such as a nationally known figure.

        (4) LE staff
                i) travelling for personal reasons.

                (Note:

                LE staff
                        A) who do not receive a referral

                1) must obtain appointments and
                2) be otherwise treated like any normal applicant);

        (5)         i) Spouses,
                ii) dependent children, and
                iii) parents
                        A) (of both
                                I) the individual referred and
                                II) his/her spouse)
                        B) of individuals
                                I) described in the above four points.

                "Children" are unmarried persons
                        A) under twenty­one years of age,
                        B) consistent with the definition of "child"
                                I) as described in 9 FAM 102.3.

                Derivative applicants may be referred
                        A) independently

                1) so long as the all of the above criteria are met; or

        (6)         i) The parents,
                ii) spouse,
                iii) parents of
                        A) the spouse,
                        B) children, or
                        C) members of household (MOH) ­­
                                I) as recognized by the mission ­­
                                II) of a U.S. government employee
                                        (a) assigned to the mission.

                (This must not be used
                        A) to circumvent or
                        B) create
                                I) an alternative to immigrant visa (IV) or
                                II) K visa issuance.)

                Nannies and other household help are not eligible for a referral.


9 FAM 601.8­3(C)(3)
"Classified" Referrals

(CT:VISA­4; 11­18­2015)
(Previous Location: 9 FAM Appendix K, Exhibit I(partial); CT:VISA­2290; 06­
02­2015)

There is no such thing
        a) as a "classified" referral.

Colleagues
        a) requesting classified referrals

1) must use the visa referral policy.

If the requester
        a) declines to do so,
        b) but believes
                i) issuing the visa serves the national interests of the United States,

1) the International Operations Division
        a) of the colleague's home agency

     must contact the Office of Field Operations (CA/VO/F).

Please notify CA/VO/F
        a) of any case
                i) which you believe

                    may result in a classified request for assistance.

Do not proceed
        a) in cases of this type
        b) without instructions
                i) from the Visa Office.

In no instance

1) will the Visa Office recommend
        a) that a post issue a visa
2) if the interviewing officer finds the applicant unqualified.

If the colleague declines to use either
        a) the referral system or
        b) the HQ­VO channel,

1) you may not make any special arrangements
        a) to handle the case.

Instead,

direct the colleague
        a) to post's website for information
                i) on how the applicant can make a visa appointment.


9 FAM 601.8­3(D)
Submitting an NIV Referral

(CT:VISA­1; 11­18­2015)
(Previous Location: 9 FAM Appendix K, Exhibit I(partial); CT:VISA­2290; 06­
02­2015)

a. Form DS­5519,
        a) NIV Referral,
        b) available in e­Forms,

1) is used
        a) for both A and B referrals.

The DS­5519
        a) is for internal communication only and
        b) must not be given
                i) (original or copy)
                ii) to the applicant.

b. The referring officer must fully
        a) complete and
        b) sign
                i) a DS­5519
                        A) for the primary applicant,
                ii) listing any qualifying family members
                        A) as defined above,
                        B) on the same form
                                I) (for non­family groups travelling together
                                II) each applicant must have a DS­5519).

The form must detail:

        (1)         i) How the applicant is known
                        A) to the referring officer, and
                ii) the degree
                        A) to which the referring officer has contact
                                I) with the applicant; and

        (2) How the referral is in the U.S. government interest.

The referring officer must provide a thorough explanation.

Simply stating
        a) that the applicant is an important contact

1) is not sufficient justification.

c. Each applicant must
        a) have a completed DS­160 and
        b) pay any applicable fees
                i) normally paid in advance
                ii) (varies by post).

Referring officers must
        a) provide the DS­160 barcode confirmation sheet
                i) for each applicant and
        b) prove
                i) fees have been paid (if paid in advance)
                        A) when submitting the DS­5519.

d. The consular chief must reject DS­5519s
        a) that are incomplete or
        b) that are for applicants
                i) who do not qualify for a referral.

S/he must also notify the referring officer
        a) of those referred applicants
                i) who are denied a visa.

All such notifications are made
        a) via DS­5500,
                i) the Referral Rejection/Refusal Form,
                ii) which includes an explanation
                        A) for the return/denial.

(NOTE:

The visa chief must keep
        a) the front office and
        b) relevant embassy sections
                i) apprised of any refusals
                        A) of referral cases
                        B) that could have implications
                                I) for the bilateral relationship.

Referring officers should always learn of a refusal
        a) from the consular section
        b) first
        c) to avoid potential embarrassment
                i) with the contact.)

e. The referring officer
        a) must inform the applicants
                i) that they will be interviewed
                        A) by a consular officer and
        b) must,
                i) at that time,
                ii) demonstrate eligibility for the visa.

Post may
        a) refer applicants to their website
                i) regarding documents
                        A) that support their qualifications for the class of visa
                                I) for which they are applying, or
        b) provide that information
                i) to the referring officer.

Post will determine        
        a) if supporting documents are to be presented
                i) by the applicant
                ii) at the time of the interview, or
                iii) by the referring officer
                        A) along with the DS­5519.

Referring officers may not accompany their contacts
        a) to
                i) the interview or
                ii) the consular waiting room.

f. Referring officers must make applicants
        a) aware that
                i) fingerprints are generally required
                        A) for all visa applicants
                                I) between the ages of 14 and 79,
                ii) except those
                        A) otherwise excluded by policy.

        a) Senior government officials,
                i) including ministers of government and
        b) senior religious leaders,

1) are not exempt from fingerprinting requirements
2) unless they fall within an exempted category
(see 9 FAM 303.7­4(B)(1)).

(NOTE:

In some limited cases,

1) children
        a) seven and over

    may be subject to fingerprinting.

Posts
        a) collecting such fingerprints

1) must notify referring officers
        a) of this requirement. END NOTE)

g. The consular section will determine
        a) whether
                i) to inform the applicant
                        A) directly
                        B) of his/her appointment time or
                ii) to have the referring officer do so.

Referring officers should never instruct visa applicants
        a) to appear for an interview
                
1) before the consular section confirms the referral receipt and interview date and time.

Applicants
        a) who miss their referral appointment

1) may be required
        a) to schedule a normal appointment,
        b) at the consular manager’s discretion.


9 FAM 601.8­3(E)
Information Sharing Outside of the Referral System

(CT:VISA­1; 11­18­2015)
(Previous Location: 9 FAM Appendix K, Exhibit I(partial); CT:VISA­2290; 06­
02­2015)

a. The distinction
        a) between
                i) advocacy and
                ii) general information sharing

1) is an important one
        a) that consular managers should bear in mind.

The former,
        a) outside the framework
                i) of the referral system,

1) is prohibited.

General information sharing, however, is encouraged
        a) as part of a coordinated effort
                i) to ensure that
                        A) visa adjudications are as accurate as possible, and
                        B) that officers are familiar with conditions
                                I) in their consular district.

For example,

this guidance does not prohibit officers
        a) from other sections
                i) of the mission
        b) from sharing non­security derogatory information
                i) about actual or potential visa applicants
                ii) that could be reviewed for inclusion
                        A) in the lookout system
                                
1) (security­related information should be handled using Visas Viper procedures).

In the same vein,

the economic or commercial sections might share information
        a) about a company or industry
                i) encountering difficulties, or
                ii) rapid growth,
        b) not yet apparent to the media or the general public.

Other sections
        a) might also be aware of the planned travel
                i) by a government, business, or cultural delegation and
        b) can provide this information
                i) to the consular section chief.

All such information must be passed         
        a) to consular managers.

No information,
        a) positive or negative,

1) should be directed to line officers or LE staff.

Line officers or LE staff
        a) approached or contacted regarding visa cases

1) must report the matter
        a) to their consular manager.

Consular managers,
        a) as part of their visa adjudication reviews,

1) can also consult other mission offices
        a) for information
                i) about an applicant’s position, business, or other factors
                        A) relevant to visa adjudication.

b. When information about a specific visa applicant is shared, a case note or scan of the email should be attached to the applicant's case identifying the person who contacted post on behalf of the applicant. Consular section chiefs must use proper discretion in determining the difference between information sharing and advocacy regarding key contacts. As a reminder, any
information shared by the consular section regarding a visa refusal is for internal use only and is not to be shared with the contact or any other person.


9 FAM 601.8­3(F)
Requests for Assistance After Adjudication

(CT:VISA­1; 11­18­2015)
(Previous Location: 9 FAM Appendix K, Exhibit I(partial); CT:VISA­2290; 06­
02­2015)

Contacts may approach you
        a) for assistance
        b) after a visa interview
        c) without first having received a referral.

If your contact was refused a visa
        a) (except under section 221(g)
                i) of the Immigration and Nationality Act
                ii) for "administrative processing")

1) he or she must apply again and
2) you may not intervene
        a) on his or her behalf
3) unless allowed under this policy.

If your contact is
        a) requesting assistance
                i) with "administrative processing" or
        b) seeking more rapid return
                i) of an approved visa

1) you may send an email to the consular or visa chief
        a) requesting assistance.

This must be limited to those contacts
        a) who would have received a referral
                i) had you known
                        A) they were applying, and

1) your email must include an explanation
        a) of the USG interest
                i) in the case, as above.

Please note that
        a) there may be instances
                i) in which the consular section may not be able
                        A) to provide the requested assistance



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