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Argentina US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.4 / 5
101 Review(s)
Argentina
Review #26577 on July 1, 2019:





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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

My husband did his interview alone - I was already in the US. Everything was smooth. The only hiccup was that despite having more than enough assets to act as our own sponsor, they requested another financial sponsor that was currently working in the US. They gave him conditional approval that day, I asked a family member to sponsor and we emailed them all the information that afternoon. He received his approval notice the next day.

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Argentina
Review #26394 on June 8, 2019:





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Review Topic: K1 Visa

U.S. Embassy in Argentina Review

Everyone was extremely cordial. While some were more serious than others, everything was very organized, well directed, and everyone was cordial and very courteous while we were there fore my fiance's K1 visa interview.

In case you do not know, when you go for the interview, make sure you approach an officer or worker that is handling the line outside. You tell the officer that you are there for a non-immigrant K1 visa interview and he/she will make you skip the line and direct you to one of the windows in the front. The person in the window will give you a green binder with a sticky note that says you got to windows 4 and 5 so everyone is aware. They will take you through security. You SHOULD NOT take any mobile phones or electronics and avoid any weapons (pepper spray, etc.). For guys, my fiance avoided wearing a belt. For ladies, I took a small purse with the basics and avoided too much jewelry. You then go to th... read complete review

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Argentina
Review #26054 on April 26, 2019:





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Review Topic: K1 Visa

I arrived at the embassy at 10:15am. I had it scheduled for 10:30. I went to a window and sayed I was there for a K1. They gave me a green folder where I put all the originals.
Once inside I went to the window 4 and they took my fingertips and then I just went inside the embassy and waited on the left. You don’t have to do the line with all the tourist visa.
10 minutes later, a lady called me through window 17 and asked me for the green folder. She told that was not the interview. I had everything she asked for. She asked me for another pair of the passport photos because she didn’t like the quality of the ones I sent. Luckily I had more with me so i was fine.
I went again to the waiting area on the left and after 15 minutes a consul called me through window 5. He made me swear that everything I was saying and the documents I presented were true.
The questions were: - how we met? - when and where we met? - what I was doing in US when we met? - ... read complete review

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Argentina
Review #25916 on April 3, 2019:





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Review Topic: K1 Visa

My interview appointment was 10am. I arrived 1 hour erlier because I live 2hs away, good thing is there's a caffe Havanna nearby where I waitted.

At 9:45 I arrived at the door, asked a woman where I had to announce myself for k1 visa interview. She directed me to a screen. Another woman behind the window gave me a green folder where you need to place the documents they ask for (the folder has a list on the front explaining what documents and in which order you need to present, for example some of them are "Acta de Nacimiento", passport and pictures, picture of medical exams,etc) also told me to do step 4 and 5 after security check, whithout doing the line, just announce myself.

Before getting into the embassy, a guard asked me if I had any of the prohibited objects: you can't enter food, phones, headphones smartwatches, no technology at all, makep up, creams, medications, sharp objects like nail cutters or pens) said no and let me in.
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Argentina
Review #25794 on March 15, 2019:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Hello! I want to share my interview experience with everyone because I want to conribute to this thread and help others as well.

My interview experience was good. I arrived early at the embassy with my fiance and after announcing ourselves in the entrance booth they let us inside. As many of you may know there is no need to make a line throughout the steps to enter the building, so everything was fast and smooth.
Inside of the embassy we were called into a closed booth on the right side of the facility next to all the tourist visa windows. In this booth we were instructed to drop off our documents for furthers evaluation, and told to wait on the other side of the room to be called into the next booth (also closed) for the actual interview. We had to wait about 50 minutes before a speaker called out my name and instructed me to enter the booth where the interview was going to take place. In there was the consul on the other side of a glass window, who greeted me a... read complete review

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