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Yemen, Republic of US Consulate Reviews
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Yemen
Review #22418 on August 29, 2017:

Sultan92



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My case has been completed in NVC by the end of the month of July and the transformation of my case except the Yemeni embassy Because the problems in Yemen The consulate is turning the files except the embassy Djibouti Now my case is turning Djibouti, and now I am waiting for my interview How long are you waiting for an interview?

(updated on September 4, 2017)

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Review #19057 on March 6, 2016:

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I was at the US Embassy in Sana'a Yemen before 7am and went through security checks outside the Embassy. Then went in and was checked again by security and their scanners just like at the airport. Then exited and walked to the Consulate. Upon entering I received a number and waited to be called upon. There were about 5 or 6 windows to serve the people. After being called on they took my passport and papers that were requested prior to the interview. Then the employee did all my fingerprints and took my picture and asked me questions regarding my case. Then asked me to go pay and to have a seat. The consulate called for me. He asked me 2 or 3 simple questions and took a look at the photos provided as requested previously. He knew some Arabic as well. Then he said wait for our call. Upon arrival at home they called me up and said to come get your passport.(I forgot my passport there) After about a week or 2 they called and asked to bring the passport back and said wait for our call. Afte... read complete review

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Review #19054 on March 6, 2016:

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I was at the US Embassy in Sana'a Yemen before 7am and went through security checks outside the Embassy. Then went in and was checked again by security and their scanners just like at the airport. Then exited and walked to the Consulate. Upon entering I received a number and waited to be called upon. There were about 5 or 6 windows to serve the people. After being called on they took my passport and papers that were requested prior to the interview. Then the employee did all my fingerprints and took my picture and asked me questions regarding my case. Then asked me to go pay and to have a seat. The consulate called for me. He asked me 2 or 3 simple questions and took a look at the photos provided as requested previously. He knew some Arabic as well. Then he said wait for our call. Upon arrival at home they called me up and said to come get your passport.(I forgot my passport there) After about a week or 2 they called and asked to bring the passport back and said wait for our call. Afte... read complete review

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Review #15108 on September 2, 2014:

shahara2013



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Fiance had a good interview. Main problem was booking interview. They sent a paper to my address in the USA to let us know of interview date but it was sent AFTER the date of the proposed interview. This happened twice. In Yemen it already takes 8+ months to get an interview date so this was very unwelcome. My fiance did have the embassy email our interview letter the 2nd time which helped us not miss our date.

Overall the interview went well. The consul officer talked to my fiance for over an hour. It sounded like he was having trouble with their internal computer system. He asked questions about how we met, what I do, asked to see our AOS, how my Arabic was and so on. My fiance felt like the consul was very kind and they had good conversation.

The interview was in Arabic/English. The consul was bilingual.

He told my fiance he was approved and he would receive his visa in 2-3 weeks. They took his passport, and he also handed him a white p... read complete review

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Review #14893 on July 24, 2014:

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