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#1 USCONGUZ

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Posted 30 March 2006 - 04:21 AM

Dear CFL Members,

We noticed a recent posting that incorrectly described the purpose of our IV Inquiry Window in the waiting area (usually window 30). The purpose of this window is not to serve as a second opinion/appeal window.

We established this inquiry window in order to ensure that applicants can ask questions before or after their interview. In the past, applicants were sometimes confused as to why they were refused a visa and then later submitted unnecessary or even incorrect supporting documents. The immigrant visa unit wants applicants to have a chance to review any documents received during the interview and then ask questions in an unhurried situation. The inquiry window will be manned by a native Chinese speaker, who will be able to answer applicant’s questions in his or her own dialect. We hope this will help make sure applicants have a clear understanding of what is required of them after the interview.

Sincerely,

IV Unit, U.S. Consulate, Guangzhou, China

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Posted 20 September 2007 - 11:48 PM

My husband said when he went to the window #30, the person was rude and has no manner, just said " read it yourself ", so what is the point even to ask her?!



Dear CFL Members,

We noticed a recent posting that incorrectly described the purpose of our IV Inquiry Window in the waiting area (usually window 30). The purpose of this window is not to serve as a second opinion/appeal window.

We established this inquiry window in order to ensure that applicants can ask questions before or after their interview. In the past, applicants were sometimes confused as to why they were refused a visa and then later submitted unnecessary or even incorrect supporting documents. The immigrant visa unit wants applicants to have a chance to review any documents received during the interview and then ask questions in an unhurried situation. The inquiry window will be manned by a native Chinese speaker, who will be able to answer applicant’s questions in his or her own dialect. We hope this will help make sure applicants have a clear understanding of what is required of them after the interview.

Sincerely,

IV Unit, U.S. Consulate, Guangzhou, China




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