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Ghana US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 3.0 / 5
306 Review(s)
Ghana
Review #25363 on January 15, 2019:

Bashnapa1



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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Ok, So my interview was scheduled for 7:30am on the 20/12/18. Arrived at the embassy by 5am and slept in the car for 1hour. By 6:30 we were called to form a queue and one by one we were checked and allowed to enter into the consular section. Ironically, my name was the last name on the list and I was the very first person to be interviewed that day. Immediately we were ushered into the room and got seated, I was called to window 9. A very nice and sweet Ghanaian lady with all smiles asked how I was doing and then requested to have the originals of my marriage cert, medicals, Police report, birth cert, 2passport pictures, photo album and the original birth certs of our 3 kids. She asked if i had any other prove of relationship to add, i said yes and added my employers health insurance coverage for myself,my wife and our 3 kids, she then asked me to have a seat. In about 10minutes I was called to window 7 for the actual interview by a very young lady(mid-late 20s) with an expressionless ... read complete review

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Ghana
Review #25338 on January 10, 2019:

JeSuisCalm



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

My finacee had a successful interview at the Accra Embassy. His appointment was at 7:30am and arrived to the embassy at 6:30am. He said that many visa applicants were turned away from the entrance if they did not have their confirmation code from making the interview. Don't forget this important piece of paper! Once inside he was without phone or usb and waited for 5 hours in a lobby area. He handed all important materials to an officer prior to being called to a window, where he had an FSO in his mid-forties. The officer already had our original I-129F application and evidence in front of him and asked for specific pieces of information from the P3 that my fiancee brought with him, particularly the photos, call logs and whats app chats. He did not take the I-134 form or financial evidence ironically. He then asked him the following questions: (1) have you ever been married? (2) has your fiance ever been married? (3) Do you have any kids? (4) does she have any kids? (5) have ... read complete review

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Ghana
Review #25328 on January 8, 2019:

gracie-newton



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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

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Ghana
Review #25297 on January 1, 2019:

MelandA



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My fiance's appointment was at 9.30 in the morning. We got to the embassy around 7.30am where they had formed a queue outside. I was there with my fiance but I didn't go inside the embassy(didn't even attempt to). According to my fiance he was called to a window to submit proof of ongoing relationship and had his fingerprints taken. He also was given a form to sign and asked to go back to his seat. After about approximately an hour, he was called again to a other window to begin his interview. He was interviewed by a young woman woman. Questions asked were:
1. Who is petitioning for you?
2. Where will you have your wedding?
3. Who is attending?
4. Asked about a previous student Visa denied. Asked if it was a coincidence that he was attending a school in the same state the petitioner lived.
5. How petitioner met her ex husband.
6. Who is older(between petitioner and the beneficiary).
7. Have you been married before?
8. Why benefic... read complete review

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Ghana
Review #25262 on December 27, 2018:

Ashley & Derrick



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Arrived at about 6:30 for a 7:30 interview. Asked to show an appointment letter, submit documents, wait to be called. Older, white CO. Only asked a few questions about living abroad and joked about comments made in texts with my (now) wife. Easy process.

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