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26th February 2011

The following was quoted directly from the official website of the United States Embassy in Kathmandu, Nepal:

The Embassy will be closed on all offical holidays.

No

American(A)/Nepali(N)

Date
Day of the Week
Holiday
1
(A)
Jan-17
Monday
2
(A)
Feb-21
Monday
3
(N)
Apr-14
Thursday
Nepali New Year
4
(N)
May-17
Tuesday
Buddha Jayanti
5
(A)
May-30
Monday
6
(A)
Jul-04
Monday
7
(A)
Sep-05
Monday
8
(N)
Oct-03
Monday
Phulpati (Dashain)
9
(N)
Oct-04
Tuesday
Maha Astami (Dashain)
10
(N)
Oct-05
Wednesday
Maha Nawami(Dashain)
11
N)
Oct-06
Thursday
Bijaya Dashami (Dashain)
12
(N)
Oct-07
Friday
Ekadashi (Dashain)
13
(A)
Oct-10
Monday
14
(N)
Oct-26
Wednesday
Laxmi Puja (Tihar)
15
(N)
Oct-27
Thursday
Gobardhan Puja (Tihar)
16
(N)
Oct-28
Friday
Bhaitika (Tihar)
17
(A)
Nov-11
Friday
18
(A)
Nov-24
Thursday
19
(A)
Dec-26
Monday
Christmas

Those wishing to visit the official website of the United States Embassy in Nepal please click HERE.

Those seeking services which can only be performed at a US Embassy or US Consulate abroad (such as issuance of a Consular Report of Birth Abroad, US Passport, or additional visa pages for a previously issued US Passport) are well advised to contact an American Citizen Services Section of a US Mission abroad with appropriate Consular jurisdiction. In some cases, it may be possible to set up an appointment with ACS in advance. Setting an appointment in advance can greatly streamline the processing of some requests.

Those seeking non-immigrant visas such as the US tourist visa (B-2 visa), US student visa (F-1 visa), US business visa (B-1 visa), or the US exchange visitor visa (J-1 visa) are likely to see their visa application processed by a non-immigrant visa unit of a US Mission abroad. Those seeking non-immigrant visa benefits should note that such applications are scrutinized pursuant to section 214(b) of the United States Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).

Those seeking immigrant visas for a foreign  relative (ex: CR-1 visa or IR-1 visa) are likely to see their visa application processed at an immigrant visa unit abroad following the approval of a US immigration petition at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). It should be noted that visa applications for the K-1 visa, a non-immigrant US fiance visa, are processed in much the same manner as the immigrant visa categories as section 214(b) of the INA does not apply to K-1 visa applicants.

Those seeking visas such as the EB-5 visa (immigrant investor category) or the L-1 visa (intracompany transferees) are likely to see their visa application processed following approval of an immigration petition at the USCIS.

For related information please see: USCIS Estimated Processing Times.

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