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Vietnam US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 3.5 / 5
251 Review(s)
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Review #24962 on November 2, 2018:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

My fiancee just finished her interview at the consulate. I was not able to make it to the interview due to work scheduling. Over all she has told me that the wait was the longest. Her appointment was at 8:05 am. Got to the consulate around 6 Am. Noticed people were already waiting outside.So i guess important that you go early. Asked a total of 5 questions. 1. How did you meet each other 2. How many times has he visited you 3. Where was he born. 4. What does he do for a living. 5. What app do you use to communicate. After all that he looked through our pictures and everything. We did get a blue paper because we are still waiting for our medical exam results. But after we get that done and taken care of. Off she comes to USA.

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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Review #24907 on October 26, 2018:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Many being interviewed and the wait was for 2 hours.
Interview was terrific. The person asking the questions and the translator was terrific and polite.

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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Review #24753 on September 29, 2018:

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After a long wait (approx. 4 hr) and various lines we made, we had an extremely short interview. The interviewer asked my fiancee (through an interpreter) approx. 10 questions, very general (all within the information we provided in our application), then spoke to her in english as it was the language I normally communicate with my fiancee and then turned to me and asked me 3 questions about her family to ensure I knew her and what I was getting into. Then said very casually "congratulations, she will get her visa in the mail." We couldn't believe it and had to ask him again to make sure we didn't hear him wrong. We asked him twice whether the interview was over as it was only 2 mins.

FYI... the waiting area has no air conditioning so going with long sleeves, suit and tie was awful, but I think that when you look like you're dressed to impress, they will also look at that too; Be sure you answer confidently. Although you may think that the Consular Officer may make you ... read complete review

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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Review #24586 on September 10, 2018:

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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Pretty good experience, but be prepared for the heat. Toward mid-day it starts getting really hot in the waiting area. Submitting required docs seems like a pretty random number system, but once interviews start taking place it goes mostly in order. My wife was the beneficiary, and after asking me a few questions he told me to have a seat so he could speak to my wife. Asked a few questions about my family, especially my parents since they were acting so sponsors, then told my wife congrats on getting the visa. We were there for a total 3.5 hours, with about 30 interviews to go when we left so I guess 5 hrs if you are one of the last interviewers.

As a side note, if you are asked for your house registration book, don't worry if you don't have it. It's not required but they do ask if you have it.

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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Review #24581 on September 8, 2018:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Out consulate interview was in June of 2018.
Vivian and I met her mom at our hotel at 5:30am and took a taxi to the consulate. We thought
we had all paperwork prepared with us (two backpacks full). Somehow Vivian remembered that
she left her medical paperwork at home and mom immediately got out of the taxi and went
home to get it. We were very thankful that she was there with us to help at the last minute and I
will never forget it, Supermom. We arrived at the consulate at 6am and there was a man that
greeted us across the street and had little chairs for us to sit on and we bought some water and
coffee from him. There were already approximately 10 people that got there before us. This
other guy selling books outside was very nice too and wished me good luck twice.
At 6:30 we all started to walk across the street and waited in line and got checked in. The viet
officers that checked our bags thought that I had a sad f... read complete review

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