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Brazil US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 3.8 / 5
549 Review(s)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Review #428 on February 19, 2006:

Karenm




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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Review #362 on January 13, 2006:

Carol&Marc




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Take a look on my interview experience here:

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=73478

Carol

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Review #355 on January 12, 2006:

qfrodo

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Review Topic: K3 Visa

Interview went well, but wife did not have original birth certificate which they wanted. They kept passport and she prepaid for delivery via TNT(Europe's version of FedEx). After submitting the birth certificate, passport with visa and entry package were mailed and received. Consular officer indicated that if she had had the BC, she could have returned in two days to pick up everything. That would have meant hanging around Rio, which holds no attraction for her and also missing more days of work.

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Review #217 on October 31, 2005:

jodyshade

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I attended the K1 visa interview w/ my Brazilian fiance in Rio. The whole process took us about 1.5 hours. After going through security we went upstairs to the immigration unit and were given a list of how they wanted our paperwork presented. Once our paperwork was in order, we waited in line with about 20 others, presented the paperwork to an agent at the window, and waited to be called for the interview. We were called about 30 minutes later.

Our interview lasted about 10 minutes. The consulate was actually born in my home town in the US! He asked me about my profession and how many times I visited Brazil. He asked my fiance how we met and started dating and why we didn't just get married in Canada where we met or in Brazil, if he was generally healthy and what were our plans for our wedding. That was it. We were told to come back at 3pm to pick up the visa and a sealed package of our paperwork that is to be presented upon entry into the US.

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