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Malaysia US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.2 / 5
77 Review(s)
Malaysia
Review #26025 on April 19, 2019:

grumpymochi




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Review Topic: K1 Visa

My interview was at 1pm and I got there around 12.30pm. I had to travel 3 hours from my hometown to the embassy by train. The night before the interview, I realised that I do not have a translated copy of my birth certificate. I did hours of research and found out that I can get it extracted from any JPN in Malaysia. Once I got to Kuala Lumpur, I took a grabcar to UTC Pudu and it took around 15 minutes to get the new version of birth certificate which is bilingual.

When I got to the embassy, many people were already queuing outside the gates (large families). It was finally my turn and I had to show them my appointment letter and IC. I was given a tag then I was instructed to go into a room and get my things checked. I handed in my electronics and cables. I was allowed to bring in my handbag and my bag of folders/documents.

After security checking, I went into the building and a young lady gave me a checklist. She asked me to arrange all my documents in or... read complete review

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Review #25440 on January 24, 2019:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

The interview was rather standard if you've been following all the other Malaysian timelines.

I was scheduled for 9 a.m. Despite being stuck in the Kuala Lumpur traffic jam, I arrived with 15 minutes to spare and began waiting outside the embassy.

I was let in around 8.55 a.m. where I was led into a room and given an interview documents checklist. I was told to assemble my documents in order if possible before being given a queue number.

This process finished around 9.15 a.m. I then waited to be called to submit my documents.

I was called around 9.40 a.m. to the other section of the embassy where I was given a queue number, then started queueing to see the embassy staff.

The embassy staff collected my documents, including my passport, DS-260, DS-160, medical exam results (excluding my x-ray), marriage cert, birth cert. All the other documents I prepared, including my NVC fee summaries, my birth cert copies, the... read complete review

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Review #24715 on September 25, 2018:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Interview was quick and easy, it was less than 5 minutes.

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Review #24432 on August 11, 2018:

D&S2012

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Review #24373 on August 4, 2018:

debbie_payne73




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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Our local Kuala Lumpur US Embassy deserves a commendation for being the most responsive part of our K1 Visa filing. Their consular section left only a 24 hour window before replying to our (numerous) queries regarding my interview in the city, and this was a great relief after the months-long silence when our case was with the USCIS office.

My interviewer had handled my session with a cool bearing, and my stint at the box felt more like an informal chat as opposed to an interrogation. He had enquired about our future plans in California, such as dates for our nuptials, and what I plan to do for work after I've arrived. My then-fiance (now-husband) had probably helped to convinced the interviewer of our case with a newly-typed letter sent all the way from the US.

My total time spent at the US Embassy was less than half-an-hour, and that had included security checks and my wandering around as I had looked for the appropriate room. I've heard of unpleasant ex... read complete review

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