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Bolivia US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.3 / 5
17 Review(s)
Bolivia
Review #30190 on September 28, 2021:

D&J S

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Visa interview done prior to physical exam, therefore the visa approval was conditional upon the results of the exam. Interview was minimal in it's scope, but we're not newlyweds either. A total of 20 minutes between the two windows.
Kind interviewer. This has not been the norm in the past for my wife's experiences trying to obtain a B1/B2 visa.
Visa expiration date based on medical exam date, not visa issue date.


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Bolivia
Review #29882 on July 17, 2021:

ToddnElvia




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My fiance Elvia had her interview on June 24, now I am unsure how other Embassies are managing their interview process, but Bolivia was interviewing applicants BEFORE they had their physicals taken. Most of the questions asked to Elvia centered around my past relationships and if she had been made aware of them but very few of the questions that were asked were about us and our relationship except how we met, if we met in person and they asked her son if he had ever met me and what he thought of me. and, they did not ask for any sort of proof of our relationship, no photos, no tickets, no text messages or emails, no passport pictures, no affidavit of support, nothing, they did conditionally approve the visa pending the medical exam and they kept her and her sons passport. Her medical exam was July 1 and we are still waiting for the results. Elvia said the experience was very embarrassing to have to discuss my past relationships in front of everyone in the lobby (the interview took plac... read complete review

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Bolivia
Review #25610 on February 18, 2019:

LarryHickman




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The Embassy workers and locals are super professional and friendly, never once a complaint.

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Bolivia
Review #23936 on June 2, 2018:

Rebe3456

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Five hour wait for five minute interview. Questions strange--looked for discrepancies between answers and information already received, but otherwise painless and to the point as we had an abundance of proofs of relationship. Money with I-134 cosponsor not an issue (not even asked for) with petitioner living in Bolivia.

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Bolivia
Review #20983 on December 3, 2016:

coniefl




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The people at the Consulate are very friendly and pleasant to work with. They answered any questions we had, and we had a lot, in a very timely manner, withing 24 hours. When we had problems they explained the reasons as much as they were allowed and steered us int he right direction to resolve them. There was one occasion in which they sent us the wrong information about being denied, and when I asked about it the answers they gave got a little confusing on their part, but other than that the experience was a very good experience.

At the initial interview they had some questions about the relationship, they could have easily just gave us an RFE, but they didn't they took the time to call me, the petitioner, one the phone from Bolivia to ask additional questions to clear any doubts they had.

(updated on December 3, 2016)

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