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Peru US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.1 / 5
243 Review(s)
Review #33096 on April 7, 2024:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Let's just say it was kind of a mess at the embassy so I'm breaking down this review into two parts: getting into the embassy, the interview.

Getting Into The embassy:
We arrived at the embassy roughly an hour before our scheduled interview. The staff at the security gate are locally contracted, so you can freely communicate in Spanish. There were multiple lines that we had to jump back-and-forth to. Do not hesitate to direct any questions to the staff. If you are not sure, and you don't ask questions, you may be standing in the wrong line and wasting your time. So ask questions.

For K-1 visas, you'll want to jump over to the tiny line all the way to the right. The staff may pull you out of that line not knowing that you belong there. Be sure to announce to them that you are here for a "novia/novio" visa, and they will keep you in that line. There is also a tiny sign for that line but it's hard to see.

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Review #32933 on February 6, 2024:

KJPeru




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Review Topic: K1 Visa

My partner had his visa appointment on January 30 at 9:30AM. We decided to go early so got to the consulate at 8AM.

LINE 1: There was a huge line that would call up the people by appointment times. For example they would say: "Now serving 8:15 appointments". Presumably those in line with the 8:15 appointments would step out of line in an orderly fashion and go to the next line. Sometimes people shoved though but overall there was order. While in line you will see people let you know you need passport sized photos and a copy of the DS-160 and they were offering to print at a charge.

If you had belongings you were able to leave them at the table before the line. We opted to not take any electronics so didn't go through this line.

LINE 2: Once our time slot had been called we made our way to the next line. Here they asked everyone to have their DS-160, passport, and passport size photo in hand. While you waited in line some workers were... read complete review

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Review #32847 on January 3, 2024:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

My wife and I went to embassy for CR1 visa in Peru. Traffic is very heavy next to embassy with almost zero parking available. (Better to uber). Huge line for tourist visa, but for immigrant visa very short line. After waiting an hour, was called into main building, to wait another hour and a half in the chairs. They scanned her fingerprints twice. They asked for birth certificate (original, not photocopy), marriage certificate, i864, tax transcripts, all three police certificates. They reviewed all the documents. After another 15 min waiting was called into room for interview. Had to show many pages of proof of marriage, officer was impressed I spoke Spanish (my wife is peruvian).It really helped that I was at the interview with my wife. There were many people who received yellow 221g letters. Most for missing divorce decrees, photocopy of birth certificate, missing medical exams and police certificates. We were approved, but the officer asked a few basic questions. Said we will receiv... read complete review

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Review #32768 on December 6, 2023:

KJPeru




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Review Topic: K1 Visa

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Review #32728 on November 26, 2023:

PapiroNP

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

We arrived early around 6:30am at the consulate. There was a already a line when we got there, note do not listen to any of the bystanders that will hold your phones (just wait for the consulate to bring out the tables to hold your personal belongings). The doors opened around 7:40ish, we were put into a different line and just waited to be let in. We had all documents in order and once we were inside we waited to be called. Lucky for us we did not encounter any problems. The questions were basic, how did you guys meet? did you travel to the usa before? do you have family in the usa? etc etc. and KABAM the magic words " you are approved" after all these months we finally are able to be together as a family.

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