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Embajada Caracas (Caracas Embassy)

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Hi!

Does anyone know if I can bring a 3 rings binder to the Caracas Embassy for the interview?

It doesn't say anything on the website, but I remember that before the interview they tell you what kind of binder you can have, but i really don't remember what kinds are allow!

Thank you!!

Hola!

Alguien sabe si puedo llevar una carpeta de 3 aros a la embajada de Caracas para la entrevista?

En la página no dice nada, pero yo me acuerdo que antes de entrar a la embajada te dicen cuales pueden pasar y cuales no, pero de verdad no me recuerdo cuales permiten pasar.

Gracias!!

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Hi!

Does anyone know if I can bring a 3 rings binder to the Caracas Embassy for the interview?

It doesn't say anything on the website, but I remember that before the interview they tell you what kind of binder you can have, but i really don't remember what kinds are allow!

Thank you!!

Hola!

Alguien sabe si puedo llevar una carpeta de 3 aros a la embajada de Caracas para la entrevista?

En la página no dice nada, pero yo me acuerdo que antes de entrar a la embajada te dicen cuales pueden pasar y cuales no, pero de verdad no me recuerdo cuales permiten pasar.

Gracias!!

Hi....Yo lleve una carpeta transparente tipo sobre con cierre y otra tipo sobre con ligas (OJO le quite las ligas)..y con separadores para poder organizar los documentos de manera que te facilite encontrar rapidamente el papel que te estan pidiendo (sin huecos)....en la pagina de la embajada aparecen las especificaciones de los prohibidos...y a pesar de que refiere carpetas SIN ligas, yo se las quite, pero alla vi toda clase de carpetas....Te sugiero de todas formas hacer caso a lo que dice la pagina web para no tener inconveniente.

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Hi....Yo lleve una carpeta transparente tipo sobre con cierre y otra tipo sobre con ligas (OJO le quite las ligas)..y con separadores para poder organizar los documentos de manera que te facilite encontrar rapidamente el papel que te estan pidiendo (sin huecos)....en la pagina de la embajada aparecen las especificaciones de los prohibidos...y a pesar de que refiere carpetas SIN ligas, yo se las quite, pero alla vi toda clase de carpetas....Te sugiero de todas formas hacer caso a lo que dice la pagina web para no tener inconveniente.

Vale! Muchísimas gracias!

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Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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