US Embassy Port of Spain

Learn all there is about the U.S. Embassy in Port of Spain, including:

  • Who to contact in the US Embassy Port of Spain regarding visa issues
  • How and where in Port of Spain to get your medical exam
  • Everything you need to know about your visa appointment interview at the U.S. Embassy Port of Spain.

For general information on getting a visa to the United States, check out our other helpful immigration guides:

US Embassy Port of Spain Contact Information

The main address of the US Embassy Port of Spain

Below is the address and general contact information for the U.S. Embassy Port of Spain.

Address

15 Queen’s Park West, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Are you looking for U.S. Embassy Port of Spain contact information? Each individual U.S. consulate or embassy can have many, many phone numbers, email addresses, and other contact information. The information you need will depend on your specific situation.

Read below to find out how to contact the right person at the Port of Spain U.S. Embassy.

For questions relating to Immigrant Visas (IVs):

If you are seeking to live in the United States permanently, then you are applying for an immigrant visa. To contact US Embassy Port of Spain for questions relating to an immigrant visa, use the contact information below.

For questions relating to Nonimmigrant Visas (NIVs):

If you are seeking to live in the United States on a temporary basis, then you should be applying for a nonimmigrant visa (NIV). To contact U.S. Embassy Port of Spain for questions relating to nonimmigrant visa applications, use the information below:

For questions relating to Fiance Visas:

If you live in Trinidad and Tobago and are engage to be married to a U.S. citizen, you may be interested in getting a fiance visa. To ask questions relating to fiance visas, contact someone at the Port of Spain US Embassy by using the following email address:

For questions relating to Diversity Visas:

If are a national of Trinidad and Tobago, and have entered the U.S. diversity visa lottery, you can direct your questions to the US Embassy Port of Spain by using the following email address:

US Embassy Port of Spain Immigration Medical Exam

To get an immigrant visa through the Port of Spain US Embassy , you will need to get an immigration medical exam before your visa interview appointment. Learn more about when and where to get a medical exam, how to schedule one, what to bring to the exam, and what to do afterwards.

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How and Where To Get Your Immigration Medical Exam

If your visa interview appointment is in Port of Spain, only a designated panel physician in Trinidad and Tobago can perform your medical exam.

Below is a list of designated panel physicians in Port of Spain.

Dr. Renata Pooran

23 Lucknow Street St. James, Port of Spain, Trinidad
Mon, Tue, Wed & Fri: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm Thursdays: 7:30 am – 1:00 pm 1st and 3rd Saturdays: 8:00 am – 12 noon

How to schedule a medical exam with :

  • Walk-In Appointments Allowed
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  • Online scheduling
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  • Phone scheduling
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  • Email scheduling [email protected]
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When are appointments available at ?

Mon, Tue, Wed & Fri: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm Thursdays: 7:30 am – 1:00 pm 1st and 3rd Saturdays: 8:00 am – 12 noon

Cost of medical exam at :

Types Cost
Adult 239 USD
Children (2-14) 74 USD
Infants (0-2) 74 USD

Additional Costs

  • Vaccinations

Special Instructions for Medical Exam

Methods of payment:

Cross Crossing Medical Centre

Dr. Wayne Ramgoolam and Dr. Ishta Rampersad

Oliviere Avenue, Coconut Drive, Cross Crossing, San Fernando
Monday – Friday: 8:00am - 4:00pm

How to schedule a medical exam with Cross Crossing Medical Centre:

  • Walk-In Appointments Allowed
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  • Online scheduling
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  • Phone scheduling 306-0553
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  • Email scheduling 332-6049
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When are appointments available at Cross Crossing Medical Centre?

Monday – Friday: 8:00am - 4:00pm

Cost of medical exam at Cross Crossing Medical Centre:

Types Cost
Adult 239 USD
Children (2-14) 74 USD
Infants (0-2) 74 USD

Additional Costs

  • Vaccinations

Special Instructions for Medical Exam

Methods of payment:

What to bring to the medical exam

  • Your visa interview appointment letter
  • Passport
  • Confirmation page from the Form DS-260 Application for an Immigrant Visa you submitted online at ceac.state.gov/iv.
  • A valid national ID or Driver’s Permit
  • Five (5) recently taken passport-sized color photographs on a white background
  • Copy of immunization records
  • Your intended U.S. address
  • DS-260 confirmation pages

US Embassy Port of Spain Visa Appointment

Here you can learn everything you need to know regarding your immigrant visa appointment at the Port of Spain US Embassy . Find out where to go and what to bring, along with instructions on cancelling or rescheduling your Port of Spain US Embassy appointment.

What to Bring to Your Immigrant Visa Interview Appointment at the US Embassy Port of Spain

  • Your interview letter from National Visa Center (NVC)
  • Your passport (unexpired, and valid for six months beyond your date of intended entry to U.S.)
  • Two (2) color photographs of each person applying for a visa (5 cm x 5 cm, or 2 inch x 2 inch).
  • Original and copy of civil documents, including your birth certificate, and if applicable, your marriage certificate (if applicable), divorce decress, and death certificates.
  • Medical examination results in sealed envelope
  • Your petitioner’s original civil documents that establish the relationship between you and the petitioner. This includes, but is not limited to, the petitioner’s birth certificate, marriage certificate, divorce certificate, and name change forms.
  • Original and certified copies of birth certificates for all children of main applicant, even if the child is not immigrating to U.S.
  • I-864 Affidavit of Support and supporting documents (if your application is based on family relationship)
  • Proof of U.S. Petitioner’s legal status and domicile in the United States (if your application is based on family relationship)
  • Evidence of relationship between petitioner and visa applicant (if your application is based on family relationship)
  • Original police certificates
  • A letter from your U.S. employer dated less than one (1) month ago.
  • For Healthcare Workers only: The original and one (1) copy of the VisaScreen certificate issued by the International Commission on Healthcare Professions.
  • Original and copy of criminal and court records, if you have been arrested
  • Original and copy of military records
  • Original and copy of adoption documents
  • The original marriage certificate of the petitioner and your biological parent, and a photocopy along with divorce records for any previous marriages of either parent.
  • If you have applied for any benefit, such as change of status or asylum, with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), or have been the subject of any enforcement proceedings such as deportation or removal by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE): Bring all documents pertaining to these matters to the interview.

Where to Go for Immigrant Visa Interview in Port of Spain

On your visa appointment date, arrive at the Port of Spain US Embassy address:

15 Queen’s Park West, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Special Instructions for Your Visa Interview Appointment

Embassy entrance is at Marli Street. Bringing of cellphones or other electronic devices are not permitted inside the Embassy.

Sending documents to the U.S. Embassy - Port of Spain

Sometimes, a consular or embassy official will ask for additional information or documents from you, either before or after the visa appointment. The Port of Spain U.S. Embassy instructs you to send documents in the following ways:

Rescheduling or Cancelling Your Immigrant Visa Appointment at the Port of Spain U.S. Embassy

If you need to reschedule or cancel your immigrant visa interview, here are your options.

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