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Tripoli, The United States Embassy in Libya has announced that it had suspended granting visas to Libyan nationals in response to the decision signed on Jan.27 regarding banning citizens of 7 countries from entry to the United States. The decision is effective immediately until further notice, the Embassy said in a statement on Monday. It urged Libyan nationals not to seek an appointment for visa application and not to pay any fees at the time being. As for those already booked an appointment, the Embassy advised them against attending to the appointment because they would be allowed into the embassy nor the consulate. The Embassy said it would published any alterations regarding travel to the US as soon they happen.
Source: Libya News Agency