Dominican Rep US Consulate Reviews

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Dominican Rep US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 3.8 / 5
550 Review(s)
Dominican Republic
Review #26860 on August 14, 2019:





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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Our interview was at 7am. We got there at 625am there was lines for each different visa types. Immigrant visa line wasnt too long. We waited outside for about 20-30 minutes then they allowed everyone to start walking in. We went through metal detectors.. kinda like the airport. Then we had to sit outside in a area with lots of benches, inside the compounds of the embassy. We waited about 30 minutes then they starting letting ppl inside the actual building. You wait in line to go to a window where they get your basic info. Passport and BC is all they ask for when we got to the window, the agent made small talk she was suprise to hear my hubby spoke english because initially she was talking to him in spainsh. When she turn to ask me my name in spanish he told her i dont speak spanish, then she said how yall communicate. He said well i speak english. And she started to speak in english n said ohhh why didnt u tell me. Then she ask us about our trip to cuba and costa rica as she was lookin... read complete review

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Dominican Republic
Review #26820 on August 6, 2019:

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Dominican Republic
Review #26793 on July 31, 2019:





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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

We arrived about 7:30am and there were already 70 other cases in front of us. We waited to deposit the documents. We saw a lot of people being sent back to fix something in their application or even sent to pay unpaid fees. The people who worked with us were polite and even nice. The first person told us he'd give us priority because we were with our 5 month old baby. Waiting is overwhelming we thought maybe it had passed 2-3 hours but by the time we went out it was just 8:40am. We're glad everything went well. No harrasment at all. The asked me about my trips to the US and if I was done with a program I was (for which I had the 2 years home residency requirement [j-1 visa]). The second guy asked us how me and my wife met and that was it.



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Dominican Republic
Review #26774 on July 29, 2019:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

So me, my fiancé and our baby arrived at 7:25 for an 8 o’clock appointment. There were about four lines outside in front of the embassy and many people already inside. We asked one of the representatives that were directing people which line is for our visa type (K1) and he directed us to one of the shortest lines. Note: Have passport, appointment letter, & Ds-160 Confirmation Page in hand at all times as they will ask for it during every step. Next, we passed security by entering a first building. There was another line for that too but everything moved swiftly from there. After security, you step outside to an outdoor, cafeteria-looking waiting area. It is organized into three sections based on the type of visa. We followed the line that was directly outside leading us to one of the representatives who then asked us for the appointment sheet. Were asked to take a seat in one of the rows on a set of benches and wait for our row to get called in order to get to the actual embassy. W... read complete review

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Dominican Republic
Review #26772 on July 29, 2019:





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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

They say it is not a first come first go basis but it is. The soonest you get there the higher chances you have to finish on time. They work very fast, any delay is actually caused by the applicants for what’s i could see.

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