Argentina US Consulate Reviews

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Argentina US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.4 / 5
106 Review(s)
Argentina
Review #28143 on March 4, 2020:





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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Overall, it was an OK experience. We got there, and they were a bit delayed. We waited for a while. THen they finally called my husband's name. The consul was strict, and the interview lasted for 45 minutes. He asked him various times who the co-sponsor was, and what was his relationship to him. Then, he asked me to come in, and he asked me about my daughter. Basically wanted to know why I didn't file a consular report of birth abroad, and I told him (numerous times, because he repeated the question) that it was because I didn't meet the physical presence requirements. He told us right after the interview that we were approved. The passports were mailed out pretty fast.

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Argentina
Review #28124 on March 1, 2020:





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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Very quick and simple stuff. Staff is amicable and even playful, expect that with good weather. They do have -some- storage for personal items like phones but they don't advertise it because it's not enough for everyone attending. Guy out front with the lockers is trustworthy enough, but those will only hold maybe a phone and a wallet.

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Argentina
Review #27972 on February 10, 2020:





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Review Topic: K1 Visa

I was not there but my fiancee had no issues at this embassy. They were very professional and the actual interview lasted no more than 15 minutes. The questions ranged from "How did we meet" to "when do we plan on getting married". The only hiccup was the consulate did not have a copy of my (petitioner) birth certificate or passport, which were both definitely sent with the original 1-129 and should have been sent to the consulate. But all my fiancee had to do was go print a new one and take it right back to them the same day.

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Argentina
Review #27677 on December 15, 2019:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Arrived at 8am for 8:30 interview. Went to the guard at the front of the line and advised we were there for Permanent Residence Visa, they sent us to a window (outside). There, we were handed a green folder with a paper attached to the front outlining all the documents that needed to be placed inside. Then we went through security. Then to fingerprinting, then told to go straight inside and be seated and wait for name to be called. We were called to window 5 which is in a small little room with a door, completely apart from all other windows. The lady behind the glass was straight faced but nice, she asked for all the documents one by one that we had in the green folder. Then we were told to be seated back in the waiting room and wait for my husbands name to be called again but to be prepared to wait for a while because all documents needed to be scanned into the system. One of the items on the list was evidence of our marriage, I had about about 2 inches worth of evidence so this was... read complete review

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Argentina
Review #27360 on October 28, 2019:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Our case was expedited so we uploaded a lot of documents through email directly with the embassy. They would ask for different things and we would send them by email. Whenever we had doubts, we also communicated by email with them and they were super responsive. Always responding inmediatly and being helpful.

My appointment was at 10:30. I went to the embassy at around 10 and right when I was checking in at the entrance, somebody noticed that there was a backpack left on the ground. An alarm was set off and we all had to wait in front of the embassy until it was checked. It took about 2hs for the police to get there and clear the backpack and we were then called back in.

As they mentioned before, you have to go in front of the line and find an embassy employee (not security guard) and tell them that you have an immigrant visa. They make you go to a window (outside of the embassy). There, they asked my name, checked it on the computer and asked for one pass... read complete review

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