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Austria US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.2 / 5
30 Review(s)
Austria
Review #27315 on October 22, 2019:





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Review Topic: K1 Visa

My interview was scheduled for 11am, so I made sure to be there a bit earlier since I've heard that it can get quite busy and lead to long waiting time. So I got the at 10.30am.
The officers were very friendly, asked why I'm here and checked if I had an appointment as mentioned to them. Make sure not to have any charging cables or electronic devices like a laptop or power bank with you because you'll get into trouble and they won't allow you to come in.

Once they have confirmed my appointment, the officers led me through a door and I was told to sit down and wait for them to call my name. There was a family in front of me at one of the windows. It wasn't busy at all, which I was very surprised of. Once the family sat down, they have called my name and I had to go to the same window as the family previously did before me.

At the first I handed in my passport and my appointment confirmation, same as some of the financial supporting documents like tax ... read complete review

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Austria
Review #27304 on October 20, 2019:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

no issues - fast interview. got an appointment quickly.

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Austria
Review #27226 on October 9, 2019:





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I was about 30-45 minutes late for my interview, as I thought it'll be in the Embassy. When I showed up there, the police officer informed me that Immigration visas are handled by the Consulate across the city, but the lady was nice enough to call them and let them know i'll be late. So I jumped in an UBER and off i went to the correct location, which doesnt look fancy at all. its literally a side entrance at the back of the Marriott Hotel, take the lift upstairs and then you are greeted by 2 police officers, that x-ray your bag and I had to give them my smartwatch.
The interview was short and with everyone I interacted that was working there, was genuinely so nice!
They didnt ask me any uncomfortable questions and didn't even wanted to see any proof of relationship photos.
As my medical was not ready, they gave me the "Refused" letter, but kept my passport. They only waited for my medical results to be delivered (same day), and then they printed my visa.
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Austria
Review #25410 on January 19, 2019:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Interview was quick and easy. Everyone was very friendly and only 3 questions were asked: When did you first meet? When did the beneficiary come to Austria for the first time? How goes your wine studies? (My fiancé works in the wine industry). They took his passport (Wednesday) and told him it would be ready within a week for pickup.

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Austria
Review #24841 on October 16, 2018:





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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

On October 10th 2018 I had my Interview for spouse visa.
My actual appointment was for 11 am but me being super nervous, I went up there at around 10.40/10.45 and just hoped it will be fine.
Since I read, that they don't like and allow bags in, I didn't bring one and had just my papers and other evidence in a folder. My phone was allowed.
After security check, I was escorted to window 5 where a really nice man was already waiting for me. He asked me for my passport, the doctors results, the passport style pictures and 3 documents ( birth certificate, marriage certificate, as well as police clearance)
He then asked me if he's correct that I wanted to pick up the passport instead of having it delivered and I said yes.
Then I waited for about 30 minutes until a woman called me to window six.
I had to take an oath and she then asked me 5 questions: When did you get married? How did you meet? Since when has he been living in Austria? Does he al... read complete review

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