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Walk in biometrics appt in Honolulu

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We had gotten our biometrics appt letters (spouse and step daughter) with appt for Jul 23. This day proposed a problem, so we walked in to the office on Thursday afternoon July 8 at 1:15. The security guard asked to see the appt letters and a government issued picture ID. We were given two information papers to fill out, which took about 3-4 minutes. We went to the next station in the process and handed in the papers to the girl that already had our appt letters and picture IDs paper clipped together. The office only had one other family and the girl was waiting for us to approach her desk. She asked us to sit back down and no sooner had we picked seats then the biometrics collector called my wife and then the next guy (there were two collection stations operating) called my step daughter. They took about 2 minutes for my step daughter and 4 minutes for my wife. Adults have to have each finger and then both hands images taken, and then the picture portion for my wife ahd to be done twice because she misunderstood and moved just as the flash and image were being taken. After that, we were done and out of there. It took 22 minutes from parking the car, walking 4 minutes to the office, having the biometrics taken, and walking 4 minutes back to the car. The staff was friendly, professional, and well organized.

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Maybe we should get ours in Hawaii too !!!

Nice...luck you !

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Maybe we should get ours in Hawaii too !!!

Nice...luck you !

I agree


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