Egypt US Consulate Reviews

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Egypt US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 3.1 / 5
287 Review(s)
Egypt
Review #27130 on September 24, 2019:





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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Very smooth experience, my interview was scheduled on September 15th 2019 at 7:30 am
My fiance came from US 2 days before the interview date so he can be with me on that day.
So we reached at the embassy around 6:30 am. the security told us to wait until 6:50 am cause they won't let anyone in before that time. We waited then they started letting people in and then we stood in the security line and before we entered the embassy they asked for the interview confirmation and my 5*5 photos after that we entered to another gate where they check your bags it's another security check and people there were so nice.
They gave me a number and asked me to wait until they call for it .
After over 1 hour they called for my number it was the immigration officer and she was also a nice lady she asked for my documents then gave me my packet and told me to wait until i hear my name.
We waited again and BTW all this time they never asked for my fiance so it's absolute... read complete review

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Egypt
Review #26806 on August 2, 2019:





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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Straight forward questions about your job, case, marriage, and your plans when you move to USA.

Be careful, the officer might try to tease you before you answer some questions. Their point is to make you lose your temper and answer the questions without proper thinking.

Good luck!

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Review #25904 on April 1, 2019:





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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

My husband spent three hours at the U.S. Embassy on his interview date. They asked for ALL paperwork submitted during the interview process, along with evidence submitted (we provided additional evidence -chats and video log record from the last 3 months). Asked several questions. Everything went well.

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Egypt
Review #25842 on March 22, 2019:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

We arrived at the embassy at around 7 am. There was already two lines formed outside the embassy. One for immigrant and one for non-immigrant visas. We stood in line until an employee of the embassy asked everyone to take out their interview email and aramex document (which we did not have and didn’t know about). He told us there was an office down the block that will print it for us and we paid 150 Egyptian pounds. We went back in line at 7:40 and went into the embassy. We were first called by a very nice Egyptian employee who collected our papers. She asked for our marriage certificate, my husband’s (the applicant) birth certificate, his police paper, and his medical documents that were in the envelope that she asked him to in front of her. Then she took our papers and we sat for 2 hours until we were called for the interview itself. The American officer was very pleasant and nice. He asked my husband to swear that everything he put in his paperwork is truthful. Then he asked him... read complete review

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Egypt
Review #25238 on December 19, 2018:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Our visa interview was this morning and we are extremely grateful that we were approved! We arrived an hour early around 6:30am for our 7:30am appointment. There were already several people waiting across the street from the embassy. Around 7, they had people line up on 2 sides of the entrance for marriage and family visas, and the other for tourist and other visas. We were fortunate to be first in line. By the time we entered, there were many people in line.

They reviewed our interview invitation email from NVC and asked for our Aramex letter. We then entered and went through security. I attended with my husband but was not allowed to go to the windows with him. I waited in the waiting area. He was called to the first window around 8 or so, and gave all of his papers to the woman. He was able to do the entire process in Arabic. They did not ask for family registration, but we had it on hand in case because of other Visa Journey members saying they sometimes ask for thi... read complete review

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