USA Einreise mit der NIE

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Die NIE Erlaubnis bzw. Erteilung ist nun für 12 Monate gültig und man hat damit unbegrenzte Einreisen.

Die 30 tagesfrist mit einmaliger Einreise ist somit weg.

Endlich hat man wieder etwas Sicherheit, vor allem wenn man wieder wegen Urlaub einreisen möchte.

Leider wird nicht jeder die NIE erhalten.

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Nach meinem Kenntnisstand ist die NIE nicht für Urlaub gedacht, auch jetzt nicht, wo die NIE für 12 Monate gültig ist.
Wenn du bei der Immigration was von Holiday sagst kannst du davon ausgehen, dass du nicht einreisen kannst.
Ich habe zwar auch eine NIE und würde liebend gerne damit die Hawaii EF fliegen aber das Risiko ist mir zu groß.

Welches Risiko?

Ich reise generell beruflich in die USA und kreuzte es auch an Aber ich werde auch nicht mehr gefragt, was ich in der USA mache.

Das Risiko ist also überschaubar.

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Meine Schwester hat auch eine solche Info erhalten. Sie ist letzten Sommer mit NIE und J1 eingereist. Gilt dies nun ab jetzt 12 Monate oder ab ausstellung? Wobei ist nisht wichtig, da sie wh nicht mehr ausreisen wird und in der USA bleibt bis Mai als Auair. Sie konnte auch ohne Probleme mich in Mexiko treffen im Juni und mit mir dann gemeinsam in die USA einreisen. Musste kurz in Second für 5 Minuten.

Die 12 Monate gelten ab jetzt. Diese sind also nicht auf die älteren NIE Applications übertragbar.

Diese sind doch sowieso bereits abgelaufen.

Ich hatte meine neue NIE am 02.07.2021 beantragt und musste ca. 10 Tage auf die Genehmigung warten. Mittlerweile lässt sich das Konsulat arg viel Zeit und schreiben in der Auto Replay bereits, das die Erteilung bis zu 30 Tage dauern kann. Man muss also viel Geduld haben und wirklich nicht auf den letzten Drücker beantragen, der diese braucht.

Also alles was nach dem 01.07.2021 genehmigt wird, ist somit 1 Jahr gültig.

Gerade für Geschäftsreisende ist dieses extrem wichtig.

Hi,

Ich denke das mit dem rückwirkend stimmt so nicht. Der Auto-Reply in Frankfurt sagt:

Effective immediately, all individual National Interest Exception (NIEs) to all Presidential Proclamations (PPs) suspending travel due to the risk of transmitting COVID-19 will be valid for 12 months and multiple entries. This is also retroactive for NIEs issued within the past 12 months. If we issued you a NIE within the last twelve months, you do not need a new NIE and you do not need to contact the Consulate for travel to the United States. Your NIE record is visible to U.S. Customs & Border Protection, and you do not need, and we will not issue any further documentation of your NIE approval.

Bei mir hat es vom 8.7. bis zum 16.7. gedauert bis dann die Genehmigung kam

@orgler

Danke für den Hinweis!

Du könntest Recht haben. Ich habe dieses komplett überlesen.

@orgler

Ich habe gerade nochmals die Auto-Reply gelesen. Vermutlich hast Du schon wieder eine neue Version. Bei mir steht Dein Absatz mit den alten NIE´s nicht drinnen und darauf bezog sich mein posting. Hier ist der Wortlaut!

Stand 02.07.2021 - Als ich die neue NIE beantragt habe!

Dann einfach durchscrollen. Dann kam der Bescheid, auch da steht nix von den alten NIE´s!

AUTOMATED REPLY

Thank you for contacting the Consular Section at the U.S. Consulate Frankfurt. This email address is used exclusively for questions about nonimmigrant and immigrant visas. If the answer to your inquiry is addressed below, you should not expect another response.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States Consulate in Frankfurt remains unable to resume routine visa operations. We are currently offering as many appointments as resources and safety allow, and with our continued priority of providing services to U.S. citizens, the number and type of visa appointments remains limited.

Routine visa services will resume as soon as possible; however, we are currently unable to provide a specific date. Please monitor travel.state.gov and the U.S. Embassy website for the most up-to-date information on the current situation as well as any updates on the travel restrictions. In addition, you may contact our visa service provider for all information about appointment availability and on how to re-schedule your appointment.

General COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

If you have questions on visa issues related to COVID-19, please visit our website at Frequently Asked COVID-19 Questions for VISAS - U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Germany

I am fully vaccinated, can I travel to the U.S.?

As of January 26, the CDC requires all travelers arriving in the U.S. aged two and older to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than three days prior to travel or proof of recovery from COVID-19. All travelers – U.S. citizen and foreigners – are subject to this testing requirement and the traveler’s vaccination status is irrespective of this requirement. Those who have been in the Schengen zone in the last 14 days should also follow the CDC’s guidelines for returning travelers.

Can I travel on ESTA?

Travelers with a valid ESTA may travel to the United States if they fall under one of the excepted categories (See Sec. 2. (a)). If you do not fall within these categories, you may qualify for a National Interest Exception. Please see below for information how on to apply for a National Interest Exception if you feel you qualify.

Can I travel on my current visa?

If you hold a current F1 or M1 visa and a valid I-20 form, you can travel to the United States. Other visa holders need to qualify for a National Interest Exception.

How can I apply for a National Interest Exception?

Only travelers seeking to provide vital support for critical infrastructure sectors or critical infrastructure-linked supply chain in the United States may qualify for NIEs. Critical infrastructure sectors are defined as chemical, communications, dams, defense industrial base, emergency services, energy, financial services, food and agriculture, government facilities, healthcare and public health, information technology, nuclear reactors, transportation, and water systems. Non-immigrant visa applicants who believe they qualify for a National Interest Exception (NIE) should sent the following to FrankfurtVisaInquiries@state.gov

  • Copy of the passport bio page
  • Copy of the visa/ESTA travel authorization
  • If not a German citizen, copy of the German residence permit (Aufenthaltserlaubnis) or certificate from the registration office (Meldebescheinigung)
  • All requests for economic- or business-related NIEs must include a support letter identifying the critical infrastructure sector into which the company falls and the vital support that the employees for whom you are seeking an NIE provides, along with documentation of the employee’s qualifications for the role you seek to have the employee perform, if applicable.

Due to the increased volume of NIE requests, incomplete requests will not be processed.

Please name each PDF file you attach with the document it contains (e.g., XXX B1 visa). At this time, vaccination status does not qualify a traveler for a NIE.

If you do not plan to travel to the United States in the next 30 days or if you are not in Germany, please wait until these conditions are met. A NIE is only valid for 30 days.

As we are currently experiencing a large volume of NIE requests, the processing time has significantly increased.

You are inquiring about your National Interest Exception?

If it has been more than 30 business days from the time we received your completed request, you may send an email with NIE REQUEST SUBMITTED MORE THAN 30 BUSINESS DAYS AGO in the subject line. We will not respond to any status inquiries unless the completed request was submitted 30 days ago.

How can I make a visa appointment?

Appointments can be made by visiting: https://www.ustraveldocs.com/de/ Written or telephonic requests to the Consulate for appointments will neither be honored nor acknowledged. CGI/Stanley schedules all appointments and answers all inquiries regarding the non-immigrant visa application process, processing times and passport delivery options.

Problems with scheduling an appointment?

If you have further questions about our application system or you need information about how to schedule an appointment, please contact our Visa Information Center at Apply for a U.S. Visa | Contact Us - Germany (English)

I am a foreign spouse/child/fiancé(e) of a U.S. Citizen. Can I travel to the United States?

Please visit our website at https://de.usembassy.gov/covid19-faqs-for-visas/ for detailed information.

What if I travel to a third country before entering the U.S.?

If you are planning to depart the Schengen area for a 14-day period to travel directly to the U.S. from a country not affected by the Presidential Proclamation, please contact the U.S. Embassy of that third country. We cannot advise you on alternate travel plans.

Where do I find information on immigrating to the U.S.?

To apply for an immigrant visa, a foreign citizen seeking to immigrate generally must be sponsored by a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident immediate relative(s), or prospective U.S. employer, and have an approved petition before applying for an immigrant visa. More information can be found here Apply for a U.S. Visa | Immigrant Visa Information - Germany (English)

I am a member of the U.S. military and require service?

You may also visit our website at Military Families - U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Germany.

I am a legal permanent resident of the U.S. and have questions about my status?

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) is responsible for the administration of immigration and naturalization functions and establishing immigration service policies and priorities. Questions regarding permanent resident cards (“green cards”) and status must be directed to USCIS. The USCIS website provides useful information for Permanent and Conditional Residents.

I have a question regarding USCIS services assumed by the Consulate Frankfurt.
Please re-send your inquiry to FrnUSCISInquiries@state.gov

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I have a question regarding U.S. Social Security and Verteran’s benefits.
Please re-send your inquiry to FBU.Frankfurt@ssa.gov

Hier der Positive Bescheid!

Your national interest exception waiver has been approved.

Effective immediately, all individual National Interest Exceptions (NIEs) to all Presidential Proclamations (PPs) suspending travel due to the risk of transmitting COVID-19 will be valid for 12 months and multiple entries.

The duration of stay in the U.S. will be determined by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the port of entry.

As a condition of the granting of this waiver you agree to comply with all applicable federal, state, and local health regulations as they relate to the requirements for self-isolation and preventing the spread of COVID-19 upon your arrival in the United States. Also, keep in mind that you may be subject to a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.

Effective January 26, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will require all air passengers entering the United States to present a negative COVID-19 test (a viral detection test for SARS-CoV- 2 approved or authorized by the relevant national authority), taken within 72 hours of departure.

Please note that national interest exceptions are approved electronically. This email serves as a notification that your NIE has been approved. No additional documentation will be provided.

Sincerely,

Statedepartment:

Extension of validity for National Interest Exceptions (NIEs) for Travelers from China, Iran, Brazil, South Africa, the Schengen Area, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and India

Last Updated: July 6, 2021

On June 29, 2021, the Department of State extended the validity of National Interest Exceptions (NIE) for travelers subject to restrictions under Presidential Proclamations (PPs) 9984, 9992, 10143, 10199, and similar subsequent PPs related to the spread of COVID-19. Unless otherwise indicated, existing NIEs will be valid for 12 months from the date of approval and for multiple entries, as long as they are used for the purpose under which they were granted.

This extension applies to travelers subject to these proclamations due to their presence in China, Iran, Brazil, South Africa, the Schengen area, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and India who currently have approved NIEs or who were granted NIEs in conjunction with a visa application.

Among the qualifications for NIEs are those traveling to provide vital support or executive direction to critical infrastructure; those traveling to provide vital support or executive direction for significant economic activity in the United States; journalists; travel due to extraordinary humanitarian circumstances; or travel in support of national security or public health. Students holding F or M visas and travelers with immigrant or fiancé visas have been granted NIEs and do not need to obtain NIEs in advance from a consular section. NIE eligibility for students who have been present in Brazil, China, India, Iran or South Africa applies to programs that begin on or after August 1, 2021. Additional information is available here.

Travelers should contact the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate before traveling if they have not previously been approved for a NIE and have a valid visa in the appropriate class or have a valid ESTA authorization for travel under the Visa Waiver Program and seek to travel for purposes consistent with ESTA authorization. If an NIE is approved, they may travel on either a valid visa or ESTA authorization, as appropriate. Each approved NIE is valid for 12 months from the date of approval and may be used to travel to the United States multiple times for the purpose indicated in the approved NIE.

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/News/visas-news/extension-validity-for-nies-for-china-iran-brazil-south-africa-schengen-uk-ireland-india.html

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Die letzte ausgestellte NIE ist valid, vom Ausstellungsdatum an für 12 Monate und nicht wie ursprünglich 30 Tage. Simpel und einfach.