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United Kingdom US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.4 / 5
1556 Review(s)
London, United Kingdom
Review #28198 on March 18, 2020:





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Review Topic: K1 Visa

I went on 13th March and overall it was a straightforward process but I'll jot down some stuff to help people out:

1) the day I went there was a queue outside the embassy to get in for security. It wasn't a majorly long line but I was told I had to wait in it. The employee at the front of this queue was borderline rude and didn't say what I needed to do after going through security.

2) security: they didn't ask me to remove my liquids but turned their xray screen around, pointed at the screen and asked me 'whats that?' repeatedly as I continue to rummage in my bag showing them lip balm, antibac gel, hand cream etc. If you don't want that hassle, leave these things at home or elsewhere

3) when you pass security, you walk up to another building with that massive queue. Use the door on the left - it said it was for US citizens so you can skip that line and wait at the reception desk. The lady is serving other people in that queue but she stopp... read complete review

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London, United Kingdom
Review #28177 on March 12, 2020:

Ameliar



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London, United Kingdom
Review #28126 on March 1, 2020:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Took him less than 15 minutes after interview to be approved. They only really asked him how we met.

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London, United Kingdom
Review #28094 on February 25, 2020:





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Review Topic: K1 Visa

I got to the embassy 15 minutes before my appointment and joined the big line for the desk outside, which made me slightly late by the time I got to the front but that wasn't a problem. Handed DS - 160 and passport over and joined the line for the security check. Once through there I headed to the next building and jumped the queue straight to the reception there and they gave me my number sticker and told me to head to floor 1 and turn left and left to the immigration waiting room which was easy enough to find.

I sat and waited for my number for about 10 minutes and went to the booth to hand over my paperwork and get finger printed. I was worried about the affidavit of support because my fiance is retired disabled from the Marine Corps so he doesn't have conventional income and his income is un-taxable so he doesn't have tax returns. So the supporting information we gave them was a signed statement from a bank officer stating his balance and the total deposits for the l... read complete review

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London, United Kingdom
Review #28081 on February 22, 2020:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

I had a little bit of trouble finding the embassy in the beginning due to all of the construction, but once I found it, the process was very smooth! If you are coming by tube, vauxhall is the most direct station - the embassy is about a 10 minute walk from there.

My appointment was at 10:30 and I arrived about an hour early - and waited in a cafe opposite the embassy (I think it was called Darby's) until around 10:15, then made my way to the embassy. When you arrive, there will likely be a small queue - you have to have out your passport and DS-160 - which they check, and then you will go through airport style security (no need to take shoes or coat off though, as long as there is nothing in your pockets). After security, I walked up to the main building, where I saw two lines. The lady who checked my passport and DS-160 told me to skip these two lines, so I did - and went straight to the front desk, and said I was here for a K1 visa (this felt very strange, but it indee... read complete review

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