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Ukraine US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.4 / 5
317 Review(s)
Ukraine
Review #25997 on April 16, 2019:

Andruha



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

So my fiancé had her K1 interview in Kiev. She said that her interview lasted
About 7 minutes. The interviewer (a male) asked: how did we meet, how did i propose, asked about my fiancé’s ring, asked when I (petitioner) came to US.
I am also Originally from Ukraine. Asked about my criminal history. (Petitioners).
He went through all of our photos. We provided about 20-25. Some from my first trip to Kiev. Some from my second trip. Bunch from our recent Portugal vacation. And some screen shots of conversations on Instagram or Viber. I hand Wrote on each photo a short message about what the photo depicts. Overall the interview went well. Interviewer was asking basic questions and in a non interrogation tone. I had My fiancé pack my financial packet into a transparent folder. I make Above the necessary amount so i did Not include any bank statement or any kind of proof of asset documentation. I provided my recent W2. My last 14 bi weekly pay stubs (an overkill b... read complete review

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Review #25945 on April 7, 2019:

OlyaK



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

The interview was quick. It was at 8am so I got to the embassy around 7:40am. Before the interview, someone came out and told us we needed to prepare our passport and DS 160. They checked us for electronics and gave us numbers in the order we would go in to interview. There were a lot of people in this day, most for non-immigrant visas. I just happened to be the first! When they called me to the window, I gave them my documents and they got my fingerprints. After a few minutes I was called in to the interview. She asked me about us, where and how we met, how long we have known each other. She asked why and how long he was in Ukraine. She asked about his job but didn't ask anything about him sending money or rings etc. I was approved and she told me I would receive the visa in about 5 working days. The interview was super easy and the whole process was over at around 8:40am! javascript:emoticon('')

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Review #25854 on March 25, 2019:

mniceguy16



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Review Topic: General Review

Interview was supposed to be at 9:30 am today at kyov embassy 25/3/2019, arrived embassy at 8am entered and had everything sorted out biometrics etc somany questions asked most relating to My family and US citizen kids who have been living with me since october 2017. I thank God almighty for finally seeing us through.

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Review #25809 on March 18, 2019:

HP+IC



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Our K1/K2 interview in Kiev was absolutely a breeze, probably due to my fiance being present. Scheduled for 8 AM, in at 7:45 and out at 9:15. Our petition was very heavily front-loaded with 4 visits over 16 months. We were called the second after a lady whose visa was approved. The CO was very friendly and asked just a few formal questions, obviously looking at how we responded and not in search of any new information. He started the interview in Russian and soon switched to English as we responded in English (we both are Russian speaking originally). He smiled and joked, obviously he was satisfied with the information he could gather from the original petition and seemed not to be interested in the evidence we collated for the interview. The interview was less of a questioning but more like a discussion, my fiance made supportive remarks and was also asked a few questions. The CO gave us an approval slip, congratulated us and wished us a good day. Indeed, the interview was the easiest... read complete review

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Review #25608 on February 17, 2019:

Shiran



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Review Topic: K1 Visa

Across from a a very narrow street from embassy, several entrepreneurial Ukrainians set up some vans for storage. 100 hryvnas, some give you key, some just a token. Cell phones and all electronic devices, large bags/backpacks stay here. I left my smart watch here, out of abundance of caution. You then wait outside. Before you enter they want to see DS-160 printed receipt page and passport. Petitioners are allowed inside to accompany beneficiaries! Just show your American Passport. Inside the first building there will metal detector security check. Belts, coats, wallets, and all items out of the pocket go out on airport style conveyor. Shoes are ok to keep on. My lip balm was temporarily confiscated at this point. Small wrist wallet/purse thing are allowed in after x-ray. Then you are told to "take belt" and "put on coat" Reason they want people to hassle through the queue, and not spend too much time putting belts back on, but you need to go outside into inner courtyard, so coat is nee... read complete review

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