Norway US Consulate Reviews

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Norway US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.6 / 5
40 Review(s)
Sweden
Review #27169 on September 30, 2019:





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The interview at the embassy in Stockholm was great. I stayed at a hotel that was a short 5 minute walk from the embassy. After reading others reviews about the lines and how they can appear confusing I made sure I got in the right one. Appointment was scheduled at 8:00 am, and I got there around 7:30 am just to be safe. I was let in through security right after 8, and was first in line to hand in the papers requested. After that I had to wait for about an hour, 90 minutes for the actual interview. The man interviewing me was really nice, and I was told at the end that I would get my visa within 10 business days.

He asked me a few questions like how we met, when we started dating, how many times we’ve seen each other, when we got engaged, when I last spoke with him, when I last saw him.

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Review #26330 on June 1, 2019:

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Review #25099 on November 24, 2018:

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The embassy was a ten minute walk from a small hotel. They take your phone but give it back.

It went very smoothly and quickly, as I suspect it does for everyone who has gotten this far and who remembers all their paperwork. I was in and out in less than 90 minutes. (I was prepared for it to last forever). Get in the right line though! They are properly marked with signs.

You wait at a table for your first interview, a perfunctory one with a local staffer. After that, go sit in the waiting room chairs and wait for them to call you for a second interview, this one slightly less perfunctory, with an American embassy worker. They ask simple questions and they don't "test" you. Each interview lasted no more than five minutes. My application was approved there and then, it seemed like a foregone conclusion.

The interviews are done standing at the windows and everyone else in the waiting room can hear you. I'm sure you can insist on a private r... read complete review

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Review #24679 on September 20, 2018:





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Review #23894 on May 29, 2018:

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I had my interview at the USE in Stockholm on 24. May. My appointment was at 8.30 and I was about an hour early so there I was the first person in the immigration line. Like people have noted before there's a line inside a glass "waiting room" and then there's the line for immigration visas just outside on the sidewalk (you can see pictures of this on google street view if you wanna see for yourself before you get there) where I got in line. Just past 08.00 I was called to the window of the security building you need to go through where I showed my passport through the window and opened my bag so they could see it's content. I was told to take my jacket off, turn around, lift my feet so they could see the bottom of my shoes and then I was let inside to do the metal detector/airport type screening. There they took my phone, charger and lighter, and I got a "coat ticket" so I could get them when I left. I was told to follow the yellow line which leads you onto a sidewalk where you walk 5... read complete review

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