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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cuba

This morning I callled the 1-800 with the pin number and they gave me an early interview visa date in June but I since I did not have my fiance's passport number when I called she cancelled that date. I went home and got her passport number and did called again, this time I really did had a hard time with a lady that did not seems to speaks english or spanish, whatever, reason, she first told me that I did not need to set up an interview date for my fiance which I knew it was wrong, she told me that the US Interest Section at la Habana will automatically set up a schedule date, after discussing with her, she gave me a inteview date at the end of September, I got very upset and requested to talk to her supervisor, who told me that the early date tht I was given in June was because some had cancelled but that date was no longer available. He did set up an early date but for August 28, 2008. I was still very dissapointed, because from June to the end of August are 90 more days, but I did not have a choice. So the schedule date for my fiance will be August 28, 2008.

It is really frustrating getting bumped like that. What a sad experience.

Well I advise all Cuban filers to follow up on their visa journey, because even the personnel at the US Departmet of State in Wash DC. gave me one information and then two differents employees at the US interest section in la Havana gave me wrong information.

As a reminder the employee from the Department of state, told me that her computer showed that my fiancee was contacted and package 3 was delivered to her that I could it go ahead and set up the visa interview date with the pin number and the 1-800. But even this information was wrong because my fiancee was not contacted nor package number three delivered to her. It seems a total chaos and lack of communication between offices. What a shame for a US Federal Agency that just raised their fee's to provide a better service.


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