I lost my passport in the US, and it has my O1 visa in it. I was supposed to go to London. Can I replace my US visa from London or do I have to go back to Australia?
closed as off-topic by user 56513, Michael Hampton, bytebuster, Giorgio, David Richerby Feb 20 at 18:24
This question appears to be off-topic. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason:
- "Questions about immigration or moving for extended periods of time (studies or employment, among others) are off-topic. Our sister site, Expatriates Stack Exchange might be a better place to ask. See also the meta post Is it OK to ask questions about immigration?." – Michael Hampton, bytebuster, David Richerby
The US generally prefers that applicants apply in their place of residence, but in most cases this is just a preference. Consular staff in an applicant's place of residence are in a better position to judge the applicant's circumstances. To replace a lost or stolen visa, or even an expired visa for someone who resides in the US, any convenient US consulate will do.