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United Kingdom Reviews
Average Rating: 4.37 / 5
1251 Review(s)
London, United Kingdom
Review #21410 on February 17, 2017:

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Nathan45


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Review Topic: K1 Visa

No queue when I got there at 11:30am (there was a huge one about 2 hours before that when I first walked by). Was quickly sent into the waiting seat area. Promptly got the first part done and spent maybe 40 minutes waiting for the 2nd interview. This went painlessly and I was approved. I was there for about an hour.

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London, United Kingdom
Review #21344 on February 7, 2017:


Li&Kyle


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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

My appointment was at 12:30pm and I arrived about 5-10mins early. I was queueing at the wrong pavilion to start with, it wasn't terribly clear and others in the queue seemed to be confused where they were supposed to be as well. I've been to the embassy before for my student visa (and for the renewals) and there's usually someone standing outside who directs you where to go... Regardless, it didn't take me long to find out I had to enter via the right pavilion, which is for those seeking visas. The one on the left is for "official visitors". In the pavilion you go through security, like at an airport. The security guys were very friendly.

Then you follow the path around the building to where you enter and present your passport and interview letter to reception. They weren't terribly welcoming in reception and were quite unprofessional. There were 3 of them chatting and joking amongst themselves and not acknowledging me. I think one of them had finished her shift and was ... read complete review

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London, United Kingdom
Review #21342 on February 7, 2017:


Li&Kyle


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My appointment was at 12:30pm and I arrived about 5-10mins early. I was queueing at the wrong pavilion to start with, it wasn't terribly clear and others in the queue seemed to be confused where they were supposed to be as well. I've been to the embassy before for my student visa (and for the renewals) and there's usually someone standing outside who directs you where to go... Regardless, it didn't take me long to find out I had to enter via the right pavilion, which is for those seeking visas. The one on the left is for "official visitors". In the pavilion you go through security, like at an airport. The security guys were very friendly.

Then you follow the path around the building to where you enter and present your passport and interview letter to reception. They weren't terribly welcoming in reception and were quite unprofessional. There were 3 of them chatting and joking amongst themselves and not acknowledging me. I think one of them had finished her shift and was ... read complete review

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London, United Kingdom
Review #21330 on February 4, 2017:

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London, United Kingdom
Review #21329 on February 3, 2017:


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I arrived 10 minutes early for my interview in a little bit of a rush. I’d driven down from Leeds with the intention of parking at a distant tube station and getting in that way. I should have been an hour early but the M1 was particularly accident prone that morning so I got there in time, but just in a little bit of a rush.

The first mistake I made was trying to barge right into the security booth which caught the attention of the two police officers with assault rifles who’re standing imposingly outside. The security guard told me through the intercom that I should talk to the guy on the little cart standing outside to check in and then I’d be able to go through them.

The guy at the cart wanted to see my passport and my confirmation letter with the date of the interview on. I showed him my email that I’d printed out and that seemed to work fine. He signed it and sent me through to the security room.

When I was in the security room... read complete review

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