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Breaking news on US Visa Requirements
You now need to supply printed photos (as normal) AND a Digital photo for your US Visa Application. See the specifications, size and dimensions detailed below. Our Kodak Express store in Camden is one of the very few places in London who have the knowledge, equipment and expertise to produce digital photos to such stringent requirements.
Technological advances in machine readable passports and biometric data storage have changed the way US passport and visa photos may be taken and the way that the US Department of State processes US passport and US visa photos. We have a purpose built professional passport studio, with professional lighting, camera equipment and state of the art digital photographic printers. This means that a trip to our London Studios in Camden for your US visa photos will be hassle free. Within minutes of walking in , you will be holding a set of high quality US Visa photos in your hand that conform to all relevant US Visa regulations. Booking an appointment is not necessary and we are open 7 days a week.
If you are concerned about your appearance and need to look your very best in your passport and visa photos then consider having a passport makeover in our studios - this will reduce the look of wrinkles, bags under the eyes and bad skin tone etc.
If you find that a trip to the studio is not possible you can email us a suitable photo and we will produce a set of US visa photos from this. Before emailing us, read our guidelines for taking suitable photos on our online ordering page. You will also find instructions on how to pay
The digital copy should follow the above guide lines for printed copies and in addition need to be resized as follows
US Visa Photos :: General Info
A US visa is issued by a U.S. Embassy or Consulate. A visa entitles the holder to travel to the United States and apply for admission; it does not guarantee entry. An immigration inspector at the port of entry determines the visa holder's eligibility for admission into the United States.
Anyone who is not eligible to enter the United States visa free under the US Visa Waiver Program or is not exempt from the US visa requirement. Please note: Travelers born in the United States and those who hold dual citizenship with the United States must enter and depart the United States on US passports.