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Just curious as to how difficult this consulate is?

 

We have plenty of proof of our relationship with visits of at least 1 week every other month.. next visit will be November-December for 20 days then February for 8.  I'm just curious if this consulate is considered difficult? especially with the hate towards Hispanics by current GOP.

 

also what is the next step after I receive my NOA2?  I expect it in April. (nice birthday present for me)  I will be down there with her for her interview as well for 3 weeks during that time, when we get to the interview.

 

 

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~~moved to consulate and embassy discussion from K1 process and procedures. Topic is about interviews at consulate~~


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On ‎11‎/‎3‎/‎2018 at 5:11 AM, Russel1995 said:

Just curious as to how difficult this consulate is?

 

We have plenty of proof of our relationship with visits of at least 1 week every other month.. next visit will be November-December for 20 days then February for 8.  I'm just curious if this consulate is considered difficult? especially with the hate towards Hispanics by current GOP.

 

also what is the next step after I receive my NOA2?  I expect it in April. (nice birthday present for me)  I will be down there with her for her interview as well for 3 weeks during that time, when we get to the interview.

 

 

Use the link and find your consulate and look for "Consulate Reviews" where you should be able to read about the different experiences that VJ'rs have had.

http://www.visajourney.com/consulates/ 


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