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Belarus Reviews
Average Rating: 4.76 / 5
17 Review(s)
Warsaw, Poland
Review #17302 on July 13, 2015:

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Review Topic: F-2A Visa

After a pretty long wait (like 4 hours, because the order of the cases got messed up for some reason) the interview itself took some three to fiveminutes and was really pleasant and hassle-free. There was a slight problem with getting my passport back because my visa wasn't printed on time, but it was resolved by the Embassy in a very efficient manner, got my visa the next day after the interview.

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Warsaw, Poland
Review #17040 on June 11, 2015:


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Review Topic: K1 Visa

omg IT WAS AN AMZING INTERVIEW, A CO WAS VERY NICE AND SMILING, SHE ASKED SOME QUESTIONS LIKE WHERE DID U MEET WITH YR FIANCE AND HOW LONG DU KNOW HIM....AND !!! SHE DIDNT ASKED ABOUT ADDITIONAL INFO THAN A STANDARD LIST OF DOCS IS...I LITERALLY OFFERED HER TO LOOK AT OUR PICS WITH JOHN AND SHE DID IT WITH PLEASURE, THEN ASKED WHEN WE WERE GOING TO MARRY AND ! CONGS , YR VISA IS APPROVED , U R VERY GOOD PREPARED!
EVEN A LONG TIME OF WAITING COULDNT STOP ME FEEL THIS EUPHORIA )) THANK U , MISS COUNCIL!!!

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Warsaw, Poland
Review #15106 on September 1, 2014:


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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Interview was about 10 minutes. Only document asked for was P4 letter. CO was neutral. She asked several questions, but friendly. Overall an easy and not unpleasant experience. Visa was issued the following day and picked up at local TNT office. Belarusian citizens need copy of their passport!

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Warsaw, Poland
Review #8254 on September 7, 2011:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

The staff at the consulate in Warsaw were very helpful. I did not wait to receive the packet 3. Alesya and I would still be waiting for an interview if that was the case. Postal mail in Belarus is not so reliable. Once you receive your new case number from NVC (begins with WRW), you can email Warsaw your packet 3. There are directions on the Warsaw embassy website for how to do this.

I visited Alesya for 10 days in August. Her interview was 4 days after I lleft. I did my best to get the interview while I was in Eastern Europe. However, there is a minimum of 30 days between packet 3 receipt and the interview date. I had to call the consulate before I left Belarus in order to get a copy of her appointment letter emailed to me. While the staff suggested that she did not need the appointment for the interview, I was glad that I asked for it because the first thing they asked Alesya for at the security gate was her appointment letter. Of course, she had to give her cell phone... read complete review

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Warsaw, Poland
Review #7348 on March 31, 2011:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

My interview time was set at 9.30 am. Got there at 8.30, there were almost no people. Submitted the documents at the information window. Got the ticket with my number - I was the first in line for my type of visa. Then I paid the visa fee. Took a seat in front of the counter and I could see the officer go through my papers (there was a blue paper from my lawyer which I recognized). 10 min after he called me to the window. He was rather friendly, greeted me in Russian or Belarussian (don't remember that well) and the proceeded in English. I was asked to raise my hand and swear to tell the truth=) Then he asked me when I plan to leave for the US. Next question was "What did you study in China?" (I stayed there for about a year to study Chinese=) ) Then he asked me how I met my fiance. (We met in Physics class in High School while I was on an exchange program in the USA 6 years before... no where in the docs that i submitted this information was mentioned. However, the officer knew about... read complete review

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