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Cambodia US Consulate Reviews
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Cambodia
Review #26876 on August 17, 2019:

Jaysaldi



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

I've been a lurker here but have gained a lot of info and wanted to share my own experience in the hope it may help others.

I am the U.S. citizen, late 40's white, professional, male. On October 1 I filed the petition for my Cambodian fiancee, late 20's. We have an 18 year age difference. We've been dating for 4+ years, and I have spent 400+ days in Cambodia since meeting her.

Got the first NOA approval thing in the mail in early March, then the next one in April, then the notice to complete the DS-160.

Completed the DS-160 and sent the confirmation page to the specific US embassy email address in their instructions, read them carefully. Then I got an email in response setting her appointment for 7-8 weeks later. It was over 10 months from me filing the petition to her interview BUT I dawdled for a month and delayed submitting the DS-160 because I wanted her appointment to be set for a date when I was in the country.

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Cambodia
Review #26571 on June 30, 2019:





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I traveled to Cambodia to attend my fiance's interview on May 9, 2019. I arrived several days early to get settled.
*I would HIGHLY recommend attending the interview as the USC if possible*

We arrived 30 minutes early and needed to wait until 10 minutes before the interview. Those 20 minutes were excruciating!
My fiance (Cambodian) told the security officer at the gate that he was attending a K-1 visa interview. They looked at their roster and confirmed his name. I (USC) handed them my passport and they allowed me inside the embassy. We went to the first security check point and left our bags with the officers. The USC NEEDS to bring their driver's license to leave it with the security officers at the 1st checkpoint. We then went to the 2nd checkpoint and walked into the waiting room.

We went to window 7 to get our number. We then waited about 10 minutes until we were called to another window to present our documents. They only took the one... read complete review

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Cambodia
Review #26370 on June 6, 2019:





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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Had a wonderful experience today at the US Embassy Phnom Penh K1 VISA. My fiancé and I had a wonderful man very friendly and thorough but overall the experience was great. We were approved. Thank you God Thank you Jesus

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Cambodia
Review #25866 on March 26, 2019:

Luis & rina



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How can I make an appointment for myself so I can go with my fiance to the interview?

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Cambodia
Review #25823 on March 19, 2019:

Adamstm



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My fiancée and I had our interview on March 14th. I flew to Cambodia the weekend before to attend the interview as well. Our appointment was at 8:30; we were allowed to enter at 8:20 and had to place our phones and bags in a locker and head inside through security. Once we were inside and sat down, our number was called the first time to submit the documents. A Khmer person at the window looked through the documents and only took some while returning the others. The second time we were called up to another window, an American woman who spoke Khmer took my fiancée's fingerprints. We were told to sit down again for which felt like a long time. We were called finally to the interview where an American man asked my fiancée to raise her right hand and take an oath. Then, he asked me to confirm that I was the petitioner. He asked us a few questions such as how we met, what I do for my work, and why my fiancée had been denied a tourist visa before (she was denied a B1/B2 visa back in 2016... read complete review

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