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Ireland US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.3 / 5
106 Review(s)
Dublin, Ireland
Review #25005 on November 8, 2018:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Professional. Friendly. Efficient.

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Dublin, Ireland
Review #24265 on July 20, 2018:

kendorii



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Interview was scheduled for 10:30am but I received a phone cal the day before asking me to come in at 10:00am. I arrived at the embassy 15minifes early, went through the security and was sent to the consular section. Gave my name and sat down for around 39 minutes, then I was called up to give my documents and was told my photos wouldn’t be accepted due to there not having enough space above my head in the photo.

I was given a return slip and told to go to a local chemist to get the retaken.
I was back in the embassy in 10 minutes and went straight back to the window and we continued the process.

I then sat down and waited for my name to be called for the interview.

I wasn’t called until 12:45! So it was a fairly nervewracking wait but the interview itself a fairly nonevent. I was asked who petitioned for me, how did we meet, when have we met each other, he did ask me and asked every other K1 applicant for photos of us together... read complete review

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Dublin, Ireland
Review #23996 on June 13, 2018:

streanor



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

I was extremely lucky that I was given an interview appointment after they had a cancellation. When in contact with the embassy regarding my appointment I asked them to please put me on a cancelation list, the following Monday morning I got a call to say they had a cancellation for the next day and I took it.

The interview was very quick and relaxed. I was in and out of there in around 30/40 mins. The questions were all very conversational, I was quite nervous going in but everyone there made me feel very at ease. All of my answers were honest and never questioned further, he just responded with simple nods and okay. I was told I was approved there and then!!

Some questions I was asked (that I can remember)
• Explain how you met and the progression of your relationship.
• Why did I choose to move to the U.S. and not him choosing to move to Ireland?
• Do we have any wedding plans?
• What is my work and what work will I pl... read complete review

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Review #23811 on May 16, 2018:

TexProsth



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Review Topic: General Review

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Dublin, Ireland
Review #23775 on May 11, 2018:

Mr&Mrs G.



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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Went for my spousal interview with my wife, on the day they would not let her in with me because they said they have no room for family members. Citizen services to the left and visas to the right, only 6 or 7 seats. I was very surprised how small it is, they run a queue with poles and webbing and thankfully it was quiet when I was there. Called to to the window for document check, immediately told I would not get approval on the day because there was no expiry date on my medical. Then told to have a seat, (No seats) so I stood for about an hour waiting to be called to the two Windows for the interview stage. It's so small and there is no privacy, one family were being interviewed and the female officer kept screaming through the intercom do you not speak English. Everyone waiting looked very uncomfortable and embarrassed for the family, we could hear every word as it echoed through the room.

Around an hour wait and it was my turn, no privacy and I found the officer sli... read complete review

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