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Guyana US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 3.9 / 5
43 Review(s)
Guyana
Review #26975 on September 1, 2019:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Had a very good interview. Very few questions asked. I’m assuming because I sent lots of photos with the i-130 and at the NVC stage I uploaded another set of photos, receipts, and conversations. I sent more documents that was required at the NVC stage. The person who did the interview only asked for the originals documents and passport photos.

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Review #26758 on July 27, 2019:





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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

I was scheduled for a 9am appointment on July 24th I arrive at 8:30amthe line was very long I made it inside till 9:30 ,got a number which doesn’t make much sense to me anyway because it was call randomly anyway I was call by 10:30 to present my passport , birth certificates and approval letter then was told to have a seat and wait I was then call till after 1:30 pm to my final interview which took less than 5 min all I was questioned was how long was I married for I told her legally bout 12yes but we always counted 13yrs cause we count the time we were dating she then ask how I enter I told her without inspection she ask my husband what he does for a living then ask for his tax documents which he presented and I was told I was approved I didn’t even had to prove my marriage or any other thing . Overall I ll say I stress and panic wayyy too much about it however I was given the 31st to pick up my passport and found out by email today which is 2 days after the interview that my pass... read complete review

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Review #26666 on July 15, 2019:

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Review #26013 on April 17, 2019:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Our interview was scheduled for 08:30. We arrived at 07:45, and after what seemed like the longest, most chaotic security screening process we sat down and waited for our number to be called. First you’re called to one window to submit your documents then wait again for your name to be called. This took forever and we were called to the interview. They were more interested in me the petitioner, than my husband. Here are the questions: what kind of work do you do?
When did you meet?
Have either of you ever been married?
Do either of you have children?
To my husband: How old are your children?
Congratulations! However, since you shaved all your facial and head hair, I would suggest you go up the street and take 2 new pictures to avoid issues at POE, it’s up to you. We opted to. Got the pickup instructions and returned with new pics.

We were not asked to validate our marriage. No pics no nothing!

I had to come back to ... read complete review

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Review #25742 on March 8, 2019:





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HI, this will be a short review as the process was very short and smooth for us. The interview included my Fiancé along with Daughter (20) and Son (11).

We were schedule for 12:30 PM and arrived 30 minutes prior, no need to get there super early as they call you by number, not time of arrival. After going trough Security and given a Red tag with a number, we waited about 20 minutes until called to a window. A consulate officer took our Cuban Embassy Package and selected a few files, W2 and IRS transcripts from previous year only, copy of Divorce Certificates and Birth Certificates, look at some of the evidence and asked fiancé a few questions about our relationships and told us take a seat until called again. We waited about 45 minutes this time and were all called to the second window for the interview, it was short, they asked fiancé a couple of questions, took fingerprints from her and Daughter and said, you are Approved, welcome to the US, the officer did n... read complete review

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