La manera más rápida de obtener una visa a los Estados Unidos

Panama Country Information

Sin trucos, sin cargos ocultos ni asteriscos. Todas nuestras peticiones tienen una garantía de devolución del dinero. También garantizamos que nuestro precio es el más bajo de América. Toda su petición podría estar lista en cuestión de unas pocas horas! Es gratis crear una cuenta. Usted sólo paga una vez que su cuenta está al 100%. Soporte completo en español disponible.

Casarse con un ciudadano estadounidense en Panama

Embajada de Estados Unidos, Panama City Panama

Embajada Sitio de Web: http://panama.usembassy.gov/

Embajada Numero de Teléfono: (507) 317-5000

Embajada Correo Electronico: panamaweb@state.gov

URL para programar entrevista en linea: http://www.ustraveldocs.com/pa/

Puede prometido/esposo asistir a la entrevista: Si

Dónde pagar la cuota de la Embajada:

Documentos en idiomas locales deben traducirse: Cualquier documento de apoyo que está en un idioma extranjero debe ser traducido al Inglés por un traductor oficial.

Cuota de Examen Médico: $ 45 en el Hospital Nacional (Avenida Cuba)

Embajada método de programación de citas: El sitio web donde los aspirantes pueden pagar la cuota con tarjeta de crédito, programar su fecha de la entrevista, y seleccionar el lugar de encuentro su pasaporte está disponible las 24 horas al día, 7 días a la semana, desde cualquier lugar del mundo en el siguiente enlace.

Los solicitantes tendrán acceso, a través de una llamada local a (507) 832-1902, a un centro de llamadas para obtener información adicional proceso de visa. Un número independiente está disponible para las personas que llaman en los Estados Unidos (646) -259-0557.

Método de programación de la cita médica: Para someterse al examen, obtenga una orden médica firmada por la Unidad IV de la Sección Consular (Ventana # 8). Tome la orden médica a cualquiera de los siguientes médicos del panel.

Número de fotos necesarias para la Entrevista Embajada: 1

Número de fotos requeridas para el examen médico: 1

Testimonials from Panama

Me and my wife couldn't be happier with the service Rapid Visa supplied. They processed our K-1 Visa. We just got married on November 1st, 2012. Ben and Jocelyn are extremely nice and detail oriented. They are better than other sites in that Ben has developed software that simplifies and checks that nothing is missed. They also have a office in the Philippines! And 24/7 support! It was definitely money well spent!

~ Glenna and Jenn

Glenna and JennPhilippines / United States of America

Hi, I just wanted to thank the staff of RapidVisa who helped us with the process. Me and My fiancé Densyo will get married soon in Chicago. I am leaving on Sept 7. My fiancé went here last February and filed fiancé visa with the help of Rapid Visa of course, just this March 15, and was approved by USCIS on June. I had my interview at the embassy Aug. 8, and leaving on Sept 7 to be with my fiancé and soon get married in Chicago. I will really recommend RapidVisa because the staff were so nice and they will really help you with the process. When I'll arrive in US we will surely still get their service for my AOS. With RapidVisa the process is very easy. I went to their office here in manila and the staff were so great, they're very accommodating especially Weng and Dan who helped me with the papers. Thanks a lot RapidVisa for making this process so easy and fast for us. I am very happy for I will be with my asawa very soon 🙂 My fiancé was so glad that he found Rapid Visa because their software are easy to use in filling up forms. We will surely recommend this to our friends who wants to get a service like this.

~ Densyo and Teresa

Densyo and TeresaPhilippines / United States of America

I want to thank Rapid visa for all the help and support they gave me and my fiancée and now my wife Irina. You guys made the paperwork process very easy and understandable even when I was going crazy. This is our journey we got engaged on August 1st and we I started the paperwork on September 3 received the first approval (NOA-1). On October 4 the national visa center received our paperwork and they sent to the U.S Embassy in Armenia on November 5th. Irina had her interview on December 19th and she successfully got her visa approved. Irina left Armenia on January 17th and after a very long wait we were finally back together on January 19th. We were married on February 23rd which was the first day we started talking.

We wish patience on all couples going threw this process We know its hard but it is worth the day you are back together again.

~ Mikayel and Irina

Mikayel and IrinaArmenia / United States of America