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Italy US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.2 / 5
145 Review(s)
Naples, Italy
Review #506 on April 8, 2006:





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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

The low grade reflects the Consulate's services before the medical exam and interview (for which it deserves a 0) and the two days spent in Naples for the medical exam and interview (for which it deserves 4).

Before the interview: I followed the instructions provided on the Consulate website to get in touch with them, i.e. I sent emails and faxes but got no answer for more than 6 weeks. Then I started calling their regular number (forget the 899, they know nothing and all they do is just watching a computer screen) and after having bounced a couple of times I was told that they did receive my case and all I needed to do was to send them an email (another one!!!) in order to schedule an interview asap. So I did, but after other 2 weeks of silence I called back...this time, with my huge surprise, I was transferred to the Visa office where I was informed that I didn't show up at the medical and interview scheduled in March for which they have sent me earlier in Feb a letter... read complete review

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Naples, Italy
Review #295 on December 7, 2005:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

The Consulate in Naples, Italy is a story of its own. I should mention first that they are super nice and thoughtful when you go to the interview. However, they are Italian, and therefore really good at being slow. It is harder than hell getting ahold of someone at the embassy by phone; there are certain hours that you must call. I emailed them maybe 4 times and recieved one response. If you fax them like they request, you might get an answer. For the imterview they gave us two dates. The first day to be a medical interview and the second day to be the actual visa interview. As it turns out they did both interviews in the same day. They told him that he was approved but that he would have to come back to the embassy the next day to pick up his passport, visa included. Overall it was a good experience. My fiance's biggest complaint was that he had to get two shots. Poor him! IN BOCCA DEL LUPO!!

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Naples, Italy
Review #57 on June 3, 2005:

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Review Topic: General Review

I voted average. It has been always very difficult to get in touch with them and also they are not helpful and it's so hard to get any kind of information. I think this is one of the most busy and disorganized consulates!
But if you stress them a lot at the end you get what you need but it's very stressfull! :angry:
At the interview anyhow everybody was nice and friendly. You just have to have all your documents in order as they are written on the checklist to avoid waste of time and be prepared to wait for......hours!

I am happy that I don't have to deal with them anymore! :dance:

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Naples, Italy
Review #56 on March 26, 2005:

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I voted average. They were hard to get ahold of and hard to get reliable information from. In the end, we were successful, but it was very stressful dealing with them.

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Naples, Italy
Review #55 on March 25, 2005:

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I voted "above average" because overall it is not a bad experience to deal with the consulate in Naples, even though they tend to be lazy and kinda messy so you have to constantly make them hear you and remind them you exist in order to get infor and/or dates!! But they are not mean or particularly demanding in any way so it's not that bad at all once you get your appointment dates.

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