Visa Member of International Organization (G, G1, G2, G3, G4)

Persons traveling to the United States for official reasons qualify for a G visa. Members of a permanent mission from a recognized government to an international organization are eligible for a G-1 visa; representatives of a recognized government temporarily traveling to the United States to attend meetings of an international organization are eligible for a G-3 visa; G-4 visas are issued to individual personnel who travel to the United States to an assigned appointment from an International Organization, including the United Nations.

Required documentation:

Valid passport with blank sheets.

The confirmation sheet of form DS-160 printed with the barcode.

One color photograph, 5 cm x 5 cm, white background, forehead, no hat or glasses.

Diplomatic note or letter from the international organization. The diplomatic note must specify the name of the person (s) traveling, their position and their official status. You must also specify the date of departure from your country, the purpose of the trip, your destination and length of stay in the United States.


Send or deliver the package of documents to the United States Embassy between 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM, Monday through Thursday (window # 4). Indicate that they are delivering the official documents to the visa department.

All documents will be reviewed before being accepted.