I just called the NYC consulate for appointment

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I just called the NYC consulate for appointment

Postby grandpa77 » 29 Jun 2011, 18:37

I just got off the phone with the NYC consulate. They tell me to call 800 686 4446 and it costs $2.50 per minute.

How long will it take on the phone with these people to get an appointment ?


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Re: I just called the NYC consulate for appointment

Postby johnnyonthespot » 29 Jun 2011, 19:09

grandpa77 wrote:I just got off the phone with the NYC consulate. They tell me to call 800 686 4446 and it costs $2.50 per minute.

How long will it take on the phone with these people to get an appointment ?


Thanks


I can't answer your question because, thankfully, I applied back when you just contacted the consulate directly and did not have to pay for the privilege.

However, you are aware I hope that you can only apply at the consulate which has jurisdiction over your legal place of residence. Before your application can be submitted, you will have to provide proof of residence in the form of a driver's license or other government-issued ID and/or a bank statement or utility bill.
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Re: I just called the NYC consulate for appointment

Postby rgaetano » 29 Jun 2011, 19:34

It was a quick call for me, under 2 minutes I would say (and I was scheduling 2 appointments).

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Re: I just called the NYC consulate for appointment

Postby grandpa77 » 30 Jun 2011, 01:31

Thanks.

I have residence in a couple of places and I would even get a new residence in a city that is favorable. Can anyone tell me a city that is more relaxed than NYC?


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