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Peru US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.1 / 5
214 Review(s)
Review #24553 on September 3, 2018:

mariella_3004



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Review #23767 on May 9, 2018:

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Arrived 1 hour early to line up. Saw one person in line first, who was friendly. Then later was called to another window with glass. The person was more serious, but was fine. They asked where my spouse and I met, where my spouse was, about my work. They had asked for several documents, but decided they didn't need to keep any of them. I was approved and told it could take two weeks to get my documents and passport.

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Review #23675 on April 23, 2018:

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We Arrived to the embassy around 6:30 AM, our appointment was scheduled for 7:30am. We waited outside for about 45 minutes. At the entraces they check your appointment comfirmation page and also the pictures they were very picky, if the picture is too white to dark, or pixels are too notice they will make you take new pictures inside the embassy for the cost of 18 soles for 3 pictures. Once inside they will call you to one of the windows to collect all the documents they requested please make your you take the receipt of the D-260 is we did not have it because they didn’t ask for it on any paperwork they send you but they ask for it at the window also if possible make sure the Petitioner is there, one lady was there by herself and she was ask thousand questions before the interview why he wasn’t there, is a very important step and should be there, I went there with my fiance and we were ask about 4 questions (how we met, where she is gonna be leaving, when you planning to get marr... read complete review

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Review #23466 on March 20, 2018:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Entered the Embassy around 9:20 am
I arrived around 9 am and there were a few people in line. There was a person making sure all applicants were in the right line. After seeing my appointment appeared in his list, he put me in front of the line so that I could enter on time (even though I was about an hour early). At the queue, you are requested to have in hand your 'Appointment Letter', passport and photos. In my opinion there is no benefit from being there in line 2 or 3 hours in advance. A father sponsoring his teenage son got in at 8 am, with an interview scheduled for 10:30 am, so he had to wait all those hours, as the Embassy goes by the appointment letter stated time.
After you passed security, and then walked to the waiting area (patio area), you are given a pamphlet with instructions on how to ensamble your documents.

Appointment scheduled at 10:15 am
The interview is conducted in two parts. In the first part, I was called to a window to sub... read complete review

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Review #23315 on February 24, 2018:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

I was scheduled for 7:30 am, my husband and I arrived around 6:30am and lined up. There was a separate and shorter line for those applying for immigrant visas. Around 7 am we were allowed into the building and asked to take a seat and wait for my name to be called out. After a quick wait we were called to window 13 where a lady asked for my police records, marriage certificate, birth certificate, original AOS and medical results. I was also asked about previous US visas, I showed my previous 2 passports containing the visas. Then, I was given a paper regarding domestic violence, had my fingerprints taken and we were asked to sit down again and wait for the consul to call us. A few minutes later, the consul called my name and we were instructed to approach another window, number 9. The consul was a very nice and kind man. He asked my husband and I to raise our right hand and swear we were saying the truth, then he asked where and when we met, where we each went to college and in which s... read complete review

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