COVID-19 News - OnlineVisas

COVID-19 News



At OnlineVisas  the safety and well-being of our employees and clients is our top priority. In response to COVID-19, our office will be closed effective March 26, 2020.

Our employees will be working remotely to ensure we are still meeting your needs during this time.

Our phone lines will be forwarded, and you will be able to reach us via all our regular methods of communication. For our international clients, please provide your preferred messaging application and contact details in addition to your phone number when leaving messages.

As always, you can reach out directly to your case manager or reach our entire team by emailing

Potential clients can reach us at +1 405-310-4333 or through the OnlineVisas chat function to set up a free strategy session with us anytime.

We understand this is a stressful and uncertain time for so many and we are here to partner with you through it. We will provide regular updates on Immigration specific news regarding COVID-19 at

Also be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and like our Facebook page for our most up-to-date information during this global crisis.

Jon Velie, CEO and Lead Attorney

Covid-19 Immigration Questions?

If you have any questions on the Covid-19 / Coronavirus crisis and immigration to the U.S., please ask us here and we will get back to you with an answer as soon as possible.


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