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DCF in Amman, no appointments available

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We've received our packet 3 instructing us to do certain forms, gather certain documents, and go to ustraveldocs.com to schedule our appointment with the consulate here in Amman. The problem is, every day since we received that notice, we receive the message with the yellow background that says no appointment dates are available.

Anyone in Amman have any idea how often new dates are rolled out here? Or any way around this? Thanks!

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They likely aren't taking online reservations if every day is yellow in the future.  Contact them by phone or email and ask, they will either tell you to do a walk-in, or perhaps can schedule over the phone or give you advice. 

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It wasn’t yellowed out days on a calendar unfortunately, it was not showing a calendar at all and just saying no appointments are available at this time. 

 

When I contacted them, they said appointments are opened up one month at a time and to keep checking back. 

 

Early this morning they opened up the month of January and the first available day was January 6. I grabbed it. 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻

Wish it had been December but I’m just happy to be scheduled. 

 

I’ve heard that sometimes when more days open, people will reschedule theirs for various reasons and as a result, an earlier date will open up so I’m going to keep an eye out just in case that happens. 😁

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10 hours ago, Siwar said:

I’ve heard that sometimes when more days open, people will reschedule theirs for various reasons and as a result, an earlier date will open up so I’m going to keep an eye out just in case that happens. 😁

This is an often quoted suggestion on here. I filed last year and received notice to schedule my interview mid July, but the earliest available date was Sept 21. I kept checking (like 10 times per day) and found one for Sept 11. After  2-3 more days of checking I found one for August 15th.

 

And yes, most embassies only open up interviews one month at a time, typically 6-8 weeks before the start of the month.

Edited by Jorge V

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On ‎11‎/‎9‎/‎2018 at 6:16 PM, Jorge V said:

This is an often quoted suggestion on here. I filed last year and received notice to schedule my interview mid July, but the earliest available date was Sept 21. I kept checking (like 10 times per day) and found one for Sept 11. After  2-3 more days of checking I found one for August 15th.

 

And yes, most embassies only open up interviews one month at a time, typically 6-8 weeks before the start of the month.

 

Fingers crossed that happens for us too. I'm ready to go home, but neither of us want to be apart so I'm staying here in Amman with him until he's able to come with me. Every day counts when you're homesick. 😁

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