An email from USA visa services received by some Turkish visa applicants said applications were being processed on a limited basis at US diplomatic representations in Turkey.
A USA embassy worker based in Ankara confirmed the decision to resume processing visas in Turkey through an email seen by Reuters, signaling a tentative improvement in the ongoing diplomatic crisis between the two countries only a day before Yıldırım's visit to Washington to discuss bilateral ties.
On Oct. 8, 2017, the US suspended issuance of visas to Turkish citizens due to the arrest of an employee of the US Consulate General in Istanbul.
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Following the arrest, the U.S. Embassy in Ankara said all non-immigrant visa services in its diplomatic facilities in Turkey were suspended.
"The U.S. Mission in Turkey has resumed processing visas on limited basis", said the email.
The U.S. embassy said it had received "high-level assurances" from Turkey that no additional employees were under investigation.
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