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Colombia Reviews
Average Rating: 3.96 / 5
399 Review(s)
Bogota, Colombia
Review #19950 on July 15, 2016:


cdm514


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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Very pleasant experience. I couldn't be there with my fiance because I am working at a new job in the states, but he said that the consular officer was a very friendly guy. No tricks or difficult questions. He just reviewed the documents and asked about our travels together when looking through our photos. He asked my fiance simple questions about me, like my name, where I live, etc. The whole process took about 2.5-3 hours. He can pick up his visa in 2 weeks. We are so happy!!

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Bogota, Colombia
Review #19942 on July 14, 2016:


bigjailerman


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Review Topic: K1 Visa

We had a 9am appointment, we left the hotel early but a car accident slowed us down but we arrived at 830. We were sent passed the tourist visa line and were given a small piece of paper to organize all of our documents in a particular order. Please note that the order is different than we learned online. Its not a huge difference but dont just assume the order and ensure you have 2 photos with name marked on the back of each. We then went to the next station where we were checked off a list of the fiancee and k2 child beneficiary. WE got a number (32) and waited to visit a pre-interview (920 am)window where the documents are ensured that they are in the required order, answer a few minor questions. Forms and documents returned to us and sent to the interview row of green windows (we had number 3). We waited about 45 min to an hour more until they called us. Professional young Counselor Officer. Reviewed the docs, a couple of times, entered some info into computer, and asked following ... read complete review

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Bogota, Colombia
Review #19756 on June 17, 2016:


karito731


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Review Topic: K1 Visa

I had my interview on June 13th my appointment was at 7:30 I arrived to the embassy at 6:30 I was the second person on the line for residence and K1 visa.

I had to organize my documents in certain order then get into one counter where a not so friendly girl look at them and prepare everything to see the consul.
Then I wait till like 8am for them to start calling to the interviews. I got a young and very educated consul, he asked me tons of questions and repeat them a few times, I was starting to get nervous, then he set his mic off and look at all the documents, he check everything including the pictures and the evidence. After a couple minutes he came back and said your visa has been approved wait for it in the next 10-15 days.

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Bogota, Colombia
Review #19752 on June 16, 2016:


Tccrump


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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Process was efficient and everyone was helpful. The Consul didn't ask for tons of proof of relationship. Probably due to the fact we had 8 separate trips worth of boarding passes for Adam's visits. Very satisfied.

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Bogota, Colombia
Review #19465 on May 6, 2016:


Blaine/Cristian


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Seriously, be aware of Dr. Dennis! Do not use him. You will need the vaccination record when you do the AOS. He refuses to give you one at the K1 exam. This will cause you issues. My fiancée, now husband, had to go to a civil surgeon after we were married to get the vaccines done. It's a big additional expense. Just go to one of the other doctors who do the vaccines with the K1 exam, you'll thank me later. I'm considering reporting Dr. Dennis to the USCIS.

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