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Processing period for various consulates

Processing period for various consulates

Old Jan 29th 2002, 2:54 pm
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Nihonjin
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Hi Everyone, Does anyone have the latest info about the processing periods of various
consulates and which is the fastest one?

Thanks in advance Regards, Amit

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Old Jan 29th 2002, 3:29 pm
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Andrew Miller
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Don't make the same mistake thousands of other "fastest visa post" shoppers made
before you and now they regret it. If you submit the application to the visa post
that is not responsible for immigration applications from your country of residence
then 2 things will happen:

1. You won't get interview waiver, as all out of jurisdiction applicants are required
to attend the interview

2. Your case will be processed much longer than similar cases submitted from within
the jurisdiction of particular visa post.

Also note that new immigration law requires all applications to be submitted to the
visa post responsible for immigration applications of applicants' country of
residence.

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