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Israel US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 3.8 / 5
70 Review(s)
Israel
Review #5808 on March 17, 2010:





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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

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My husband got there at 6:00 with his sister they both had an interview same day.at the border they were not letting some people in cuz of the problems there right now, they turned away lot of people who had interviews. when he got there he showed the people at the boarder his pass and his interview letter they told him "No, come back tommarow" he told them i cant i have my interview. then his sister came and told them. he is with me we both have an interview. Then they let him pass. he got to the Embassy a 8:30 they gave him his number and he waited. When his name was called he went to the window and was told place you hand on the glass and swear your telling the truth, so he did. they asked him

When did you meet

how long have you known her

Did she ever come here

what are you planning to work there

were do you plan to live

when did you start to realy know he... read complete review

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Review #5597 on January 25, 2010:





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Review Topic: K1 Visa

I don't know how the process goes with other consulates, but our experience with the consulate in Jerusalem has not been very good at all. First, we tried to request a specific interview date to coincide with my office's end-of-year shut down, which was denied. Instead, we were given a date in early December after explicitly saying that we could not make it in early December, as Nirit was out of the country. So we had to reschedule for Jan. 19, and I took a week of vacation and made travel plans to attend the interview with her. We got to the interview 45 minutes early and stood in a short line. Upon reaching the front of the line, we were directed to a window where we produced our interview letter. The man behind the window scanned a sheet and found Nirit's name and told her to go inside to the reception area. I, however, was told to wait outside, which is the most rediculous thing I have ever heard. Why would a U.S. consulate deny entrance to a U.S. citizen for any reason, mu... read complete review

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Israel
Review #4962 on September 13, 2009:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa



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Review #4939 on September 7, 2009:

Mvladi



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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Just wanted to let you know that my husband passed his interview to get CR-1 visa in US Consulate in Jerusalem on September 3, 2009. Everything was very smoothly, the CO just asked a few questions about how did we meet? where and with whom do I live and the name of my mother. Also he asked about his previous marriage, about the kids, he return the original birth certificate and also the extra copy of marriage and divorce certificates. CO said that the visa will be issued in 30 days, asked my husband one more contact phone number and the address. The interview started at 8:30 a.m. and my husband left the consulate around 10 a.m. Thank you all for the support and good luck to everyone with your upcoming interview.

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Review #4734 on July 16, 2009:

Msdelila



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Review Topic: Direct Consular Filing

We arrived at 7:30am for our 8:30am appointment. We waited outside til 8:00am when they opened the doors. We then went through security. Got to the waiting room, and we were called right away (about 5 min). The man, who was not the interviewer, but a consulate worker (arabic), asked my husband (beneficiary) for all the papers. He gave him all the required documents, and then we paid the $400 fee at the cashier. We returned back to the guy, and gave him the receipt. After about 5-10 min my husband was called for his interview. I was also able to come with him to the window. It was a woman, and she seemed fairly nice. She first asked me, why I wanted to move back to the States. I told her that I was going to study for my PhD. She asked to see proof of this, so I gave her my acceptance letter. I was prepared and brought the letter, but I was a bit surprised that she actually asked for it. After all, I'm the American, and why should I have to prove why I'm coming back home, b... read complete review

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