It said more visa applications were approved in the current year than ever before notwithstanding the coronavirus pandemic.
A medical team of the Army carried out antigen tests of the evacuees before deciding whether to let them go for home isolation or keep them at isolation centres constructed by the government.
The panic has gripped Kabul on Sunday as Taliban terrorists have started arriving in the city, inmates broke out of the main prison on the east side of the city.
Wisps of smoke could be seen near the US embassy's roof as diplomats urgently destroyed sensitive documents.
The last-minute decision to re-insert thousands of U.S. troops into Afghanistan reflected the dire state of security as the Taliban seized control of multiple Afghan cities in a few short days.
Police said they received a PCR call at around 1:44 pm at Chankyapuri Police Station regarding three persons injured at a construction site inside the US embassy.
The dawn attack came as Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhemi was flying home from Washington after White House talks.
The attacks come as tension is on the rise between US troops and Iran-backed fighters as Baghdad and Washington negotiate a timeline for foreign troop withdrawal from Iraq.
America’s warlord allies are re-arming their militias, which have a violent history, raising the specter of another civil war once the U.S. withdrawal is finished, expected in August.
Don Heflin, the Minister Counselor for Consular Affairs at the US embassy, had also said earlier that the US-bound students will not require any proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter the country.
“Student visas remain a top priority and we are making every attempt to facilitate student travel in time for the fall semester.
The order went into effect on Wednesday, bringing the sharply deteriorating U.S.-Russia relationship to an intensely personal level.
The department also advised private Americans to reconsider any plans they may have to visit the Himalayan country and asked those already there who wish to leave to submit information to the embassy.
The UN rights office said Tuesday it seemed any Palestinian protesting in Gaza, regardless of whether or not they posed an imminent threat, was "liable" to be killed by Israeli forces.
Jerusalem is one of the most thorny issues of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with both sides claiming it as their capital.