Venezuela US Consulate Reviews

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Venezuela US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 3.9 / 5
95 Review(s)
Caracas, Venezuela
Review #24914 on October 27, 2018:

Clark Family



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Caracas, Venezuela
Review #24887 on October 24, 2018:

ErwinML



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I was sort of nervous that day when I got at the consulate I waited over 4 hours there then when they called my name I swore an oath that the interviewers makes me say and then started. She asked me a lot of things about my life and how I met my wife,of course I answered very confident cause I was saying the truth the whole time. After all those questions she approved me right there. 😃😁

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Caracas, Venezuela
Review #24807 on October 9, 2018:

Ale_Julie



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

My fiancee had a wonderful experience at the embassy with his son. He said everyone from beginning to end was friendly. They were the only people there for the K1 Visa so they had no wait time. The first man they met with asked for some paperwork and asked about my fiancee's work. Then, he met with a woman who asked him questions about me. They checked their facts very well because they asked him about my parents, what my parents do, my job and how we met. My fiancee and I met online singing online and they had even seen our videos.

Before the interview, we had prepared so much and reviewed all the questions. They didn't ask to see all the paperwork on the required list but I'm glad we had it and were prepared. His experience was so wonderful and afterwards, he went on and on about how great they were. I hope everyone who visits the embassy in Caracas has the same experience. It was a great ending to this part of our journey.

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Caracas, Venezuela
Review #24760 on October 2, 2018:

Virprincess



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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Well ! It was great and fast process in the interview! I arrived there like 745 am my interview was by 8am , everything was so fast , after I passed security sistem one girl said to me : please take a number and wait they are gonna call u , so i did it was like 5 minutes waiting and then when it was my turn it was another girl I thought it was the consul but no it was a girl that ask a lot of questions of your documents and she just have to be sure that u have everything in order and ready with her I took like 30 min maybe in the final she say u have eveything good now just wait the officer consul is gonna call u by your name so 10 minutes more waiting and then he called me, he asked me about the complete name of my wife her date of birth, when we got married and where? Where we met and when ? And for how long I know her ? And that’s it he took my fingerprints and he say your visa is approved and they have to send me my passport in two weeks!! Everybody there it was sooo nice thanks... read complete review

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Caracas, Venezuela
Review #24712 on September 24, 2018:

BryceAndRebeca



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The embassy in Caracas was amazing! From the moment you enter the embassy until the moment you leave people treat you nicely, the staff there was super helpful. Remember to follow the safety instructions: I noticed a lot of people that didn't and delayed the security checks for the rest, there are some lockers outside where you can leave small personal items like cellphones and wallets (you can pay with a debit card).

The interview process was great. First, you go to a window where they ask for some of your personal documents (birth certificates, criminal records, visa photos, medical results, etc) and take your fingerprints. The gentleman asked some personal questions (this was conducted in Spanish): a brief story on how me and my fiancé met each other, his phone number, how many times we have been together in person and when. Then he proceeded to ask me to take a seat and gave me the IMBRA pamphlet to read while I waited for the other CO to call my name.

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