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US Embassy in Bogota doesn't seem to have a schedule for next year

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Hello, everyone!

 

Thank you in advance for your responses. I just wanted to make sure of this: I just paid the visa fee for a K-1 visa interview at the US Embassy in Colombia, but when I proceeded to schedule the interview, the dates available are up until Dec 29th. The calendar still shows next year's months but they are all grayed out and can't be selected. I wanted to schedule my interview for January since that's for when my fiancé and I have planned to take time off from our jobs.

My questions is, is this normal? I selected the date as the last day of December hoping to reprogram it later, but I fear the Embassy might not open next year's dates until after January 1st. I would like to know if some of you might've come across this kind of situation during your process for any kind of visa (specially at Bogota's US Embassy), and how things sorted out. 

Thank you, again!

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I think it is normal  they only show 2 months in advance at a time. I had to schedule a  interview but with the embassy in Nicaragua and it was the same thing as you described. I think towards the end of November they will open up the calendar for January you just have to keep checking. And at least in my case it let me change the date for a later date. I just had to click were it says reschedule.

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2 hours ago, MKal said:

I think it is normal  they only show 2 months in advance at a time. I had to schedule a  interview but with the embassy in Nicaragua and it was the same thing as you described. I think towards the end of November they will open up the calendar for January you just have to keep checking. And at least in my case it let me change the date for a later date. I just had to click were it says reschedule.

Thank you, MKal! I didn’t know they showed only the next couple of months and it actually makes sense of the grayed out dates. And yes, it also allows me to reschedule the interview by going to “reprogramar cita.” I believe I’ll just keep checking until the dates become available. 

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