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Sweden US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.5 / 5
125 Review(s)
Sweden
Review #25044 on November 15, 2018:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Overall, I feel that the K1 interview process at the US embassy was smooth and quite simple.

I had my appointment scheduled for 10 AM and arrived about an hour before. The trickiest part of this whole experience was figuring out where to line up outside the embassy, since there were a lot of people standing in the non-immigration line and no one was standing in the immigration line. But after a few seconds of hesitation I saw where I was supposed to stand (just next to the more luxurious non-immigration line which is covered by glass). I was called immediately to go through the security check. After that I followed the yellow marking to another building where the interview was to be held. I went up to window 7 to hand over my documents to a kind Swedish-speaking woman. This is what material she requested:

Passport
DS-160 confirmation page
2 passport style photos
Birth certificate (personbevis)
Police records
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Review #24676 on September 20, 2018:

JGHH



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

My fiance got there around 8am (his appointment time was 8:30) after a long wait they took his paper work and then he waited about another 1.5 hours. They called him back, the interview it self took 5 minutes. The interviewer asked how we met and commented how prepared he was. He walked out of the interview at 11:30am



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Review #24603 on September 11, 2018:

alal



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

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Review #24417 on August 9, 2018:

JosephandJames



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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

This was easily the best and least stressful part of the whole experience. I am not going to go into the minute empirics as others have done so in the past reviews of this embassy. However, I will go into the overall process. My appointment was at 8:30 and I arrived there at 7:30; they let me in at 8:00. The process consisted of two main parts; handing in the documents (pre-interview) and the interview. When handing in the documents they asked me some interview type questions as I was going through my file, after I handed in all my documents and answered really basic questions I was told to sit. I then waited 20 mins to be called up for the real interview which consisted of taking an oath, having my prints taken and then answering some really basic question. Everyone in the embassy was really nice and friendly, both people that spoke to me did so somewhat informally which made for a really relaxed atmosphere. I really think the "interview" is just a formality and your case is decided b... read complete review

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Review #24369 on August 3, 2018:

Moi and Malena



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Hi guys!
So I had my K-1 Visa interview at the US embassy in Stockholm last week. My appointment was at 8.30 in the morning and I arrived at the embassy around 7.50. It was already plenty of people waiting for non immigration visas but it was only one person waiting in the other line. They opened at 8.00 and called me up almost right away. I walked up to the building where the security was and the officer asked me to show my passport through a window, then he asked me to show my purse and what I had inside, then he asked me to take one step back turn around and show the soles of my shoes. After that he let me inside and that´s where the security check is, it´s pretty much like at an Airport. The officer kept my keys and my phone (which I got back when I left the embassy). The officer then told me to follow the yellow line to the left and walk up towards the building. This was all in English.

When I got to the building Another officer told me to sit down and wai... read complete review

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