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Lebanon US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.3 / 5
46 Review(s)
Lebanon
Review #28623 on September 29, 2020:

MiriamCh

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

I had my interview on the 21st of September at 8:30 am.
I arrived around 30 minutes earlier. I was given a number (5) at entry. Once i got through all the checkpoints, i was lead to a room where i was a given a paper with instructions on how to organize all the documents in a certain order. Then i sat and waited there for about 45 minutes before my number came up. I was asked to remove my mask for identification, then had my biometrics taken. I was then asked for my civil documents and i was asked a few questions like what’s my husband’s name and where does he work/live. He then asked me about my tattoos and what they mean. Then I went back to my seat and waited roughly 10 minutes before i was asked into the interview room. The person who interviewed me was a lovely lady. She asked me:
If my husband has siblings + their names
How and where my husband and I met
Where do we plan on living
Why did we decide to move now
If and Where I curre... read complete review

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Review #27434 on November 6, 2019:

mazenkanso

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Review Topic: FB-4

we were under AP for 55 days, after submitting DS-5535, but the embassy called to submit passports for visa to be issued, but my 19 year ood son is still under AP

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Review #26274 on May 23, 2019:

Rasha167

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Review Topic: General Review

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Review #25933 on April 5, 2019:

celie&joseph




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Review Topic: K1 Visa

My fiance arrived about half an hour before his interview. He went through the first security checkpoint where they check you to make sure you're not bring anything in, then secondary security where they ask to see your passport and appointment letter. Then security sent him to the counter where he was asked basic questions like

What's your email address and phone number
Have you ever been married
Has she ever been married
What's her job

Then they gave him a slip with all the required documents to be put in a certain order and was told to go to take a seat to wait for the interview. He waited there about 1.5-2 hours when he was called up to meet with the officer.

He was asked just a few questions:

How did you meet?
Have either of you been married before?
What are the dates for her first and second trip?
What's her job?

He looked only at our pictures and said Welcome to... read complete review

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Review #24893 on October 24, 2018:

kdesigner




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Review Topic: K1 Visa

My fiancé's appointment was set for 10am. He went in at 8:30, they said to come back at 9:30am but they let him in anyway right away.

He had to show his passport at the first counter, then DS-160 confirmation at the other counter. They asked for his interview appointment email confirmation and a photocopy of his passport and said this was required. This was not shown in the required documents in the packet so make sure you bring them!!

He was given a checklist of required documents so he can order them properly. His appointment came last so he went in for his interview at 11:30am. It lasted exactly 10 minutes. The lady consular was very nice. He had to first give his pledge and got his fingerprints taken. He was asked several questions, but they were easy for the most part. He said there was another immigration desk clerk who asked him more detailed questions (e.g. where my dad works, what he does etc...) Questions he was asked by the consular officer:... read complete review

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