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Chile US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.0 / 5
77 Review(s)
Chile
Review #30967 on April 14, 2022:

Maxortegaj




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Review Topic: General Review

Medical Exam done on March 28. For immigrant visa is all done electronic by the doctor thefore no physical forms were needed. X-rays and blood work can be done at the same doctor's office and require no preparation. Also I was able to get reimbursed part of the medical expenses through my health insurance (isapre) uploading the receipts and documents online to their website.

Interview was simple, few questions were asked. Fingerprints were taken as well as all the documents required with their translations. Doctor had not uploaded my forms at time of interview so my case was delayed 1 day until she uploaded it. After that it only took 3 days for my passport to be ready at DHL for pickup.

4/5 because doctor requires to book appointment at least 7 days before interview; mine was about 11 and even 8 business days and my forms were not uploaded by the time of my interview. Everything else went very well.

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Review #30412 on November 18, 2021:

Emsterkate




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Review #30308 on October 22, 2021:

concha200

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Everything went smoothly.

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Review #29875 on July 17, 2021:

Jules_FP




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Review Topic: Medical Appointment

I scheduled my K1 Visa interview in June 2nd 2021 for July 9th.

I immediately called UC CHRISTUS's call center to ask about scheduling an appointment, and they told me the main panel physician Dr. Moore did not have any appointments available until August. They gave me her work email and told me to contact her.

After reaching out to the email, in a week they managed to create a "sobrecupo" or special appointment for June 23. They were very clear about what to bring to the medical appointment: documents printed, a big envelope, your vaccination history and several pictures.

In the appointment date, I waited about 15 minutes until I was allowed inside the office. Dr. Moore was nice and polite. For the vaccinations I was missing she recommended a place a few metro stations away to get them (RENVAC it is called). For the chicken pox vaccine I had to take a blood antibody test to test my acquired immunity to it. All tests: blood, urine and x-rays... read complete review

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Review #29438 on April 5, 2021:

Angelo & Brittany




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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

The interview was straightforward and quick. The appointment was for 08:30, we arrived around 08:00, and by 09:10 it was all finished. When we arrived my husband presented his passport at the gate and went in through the security screening (any food or electronics such as your cellphone must be left with the guard while you're inside). I was not allowed to accompany him, only the people doing the interview could go in. He was directed inside to the principal waiting area where there are a number of windows to interact with the Embassy officials in the back office. He waited a bit and then was called up to a window. There wasn't really any privacy, he said he could overhear other people's interviews at the nearby windows. They requested to see the medical exam envelope, the marriage certificate, his other civil documents (background check, his birth certificate, etc), and the joint sponsor's I-864 form. He was asked a few very basic questions and then told he was approved! Here are the ... read complete review

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