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Mexico US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 3.7 / 5
466 Review(s)
Juarez, Mexico
Review #26002 on April 16, 2019:

James Belinda



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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

I went to Juarez hoping that all was going to be ok and approved. I wasn't, the overall process was acceptable, I even liked Juarez, it has much better pavement then Reynosa. But I was declared inadmissible and was given the opportunity to apply for a waiver and that was all I was told. I guess we are not the first nor will be the last ones. I left the consulate really disappointed because we have been in this process since April 2017, but I guess, it is what it is.

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Juarez, Mexico
Review #25991 on April 15, 2019:

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Review Topic: K1 Visa

We were so nervous before going, but our experience in Juarez was great!
I flew into El Paso Airport and we both arrived at Juarez on Thursday evening. I hired Geno from EPShuttle to transport me across the border, and Geno was super friendly and made the process super easy and fast. He charged me $90 there and $75 on the way back. We stayed at an AirBnb because we wanted to be able to cook our own food and have a bit more privacy than a hotel would provide. We loved our experience at the AirBnb and felt completely safe the entire time we were there. It was an easy 3 minute uber ride or 15 minute walk to the consulate and Plaza. https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/29831610?guests=1&adults=1

Friday, April 5: Medical
My fiancé’s appointment was the next day at 7:00am at Clínica Médica Internacional. We arrived at 6:20am and he was asked to show confirmation of his consulate appointment and p... read complete review

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Juarez, Mexico
Review #25896 on March 29, 2019:

B Altamirano



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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

My husband was given a 221g which did not say why our application was being refused. We left there not knowing what just happened. So he needed further investigation but we didn't know what or why.

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Juarez, Mexico
Review #25887 on March 28, 2019:

Vazquez520



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Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa

So my husband had his interview on Tuesday 2/26/19.

Monday he had his medical at 9am everything was going fine until they looked at his tattoo and the lady was rude and was looking over his tattoos with a magnifying glass and saw one of his tattoos that said Mexican pride and asked why he covered it but he covered that years ago before we even thought of going through this process because the tattoo was in ugly letters and fading but she could see it with a magnifying glass. He told her why and she went on to finish the exam. He had to see a psychologist because of his tattoos and she asked for his criminal records which he didn't have because it doesn't say he has to take them. She let him go back to the room to retrieve them. She asked for his waivers because he has a charge for burglary and he told her that he doesn't have his waivers yet because the lawyer told us that he has to get denied at the interview before he can file the waivers and she said no your doing... read complete review

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Juarez, Mexico
Review #25832 on March 20, 2019:

Logan & Eli



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We arrived in Juarez on March 14 and stayed through Tuesday, March 19. We ended up having to stay 5 nights total because, with the interview on a Tuesday and the timing of other appointments, our first appointment was Friday morning. My wife and I stayed in the Mesaluna hotel; like many of the hotels in the area, it's nice, affordable, and conveniently located relative to the consulate and anywhere else you have a visa-related interview.

Friday, March 15 - Medical Exam: My wife's medical exam with Clínica Médica Internacional was at 9:15am and we arrived at around 8:45am. I wasn't allowed to pass with my wife and was asked to wait in the general waiting area. My wife had to present her passport, our interview letter from the consulate, and her appointment confirmation for the medical exam. She was then taken to a counter where they registered her, took her picture, and scanned her fingerprints, she then went on to do an eye exam. After the eye exam, she was transferre... read complete review

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