Bob and Vivian

25 Aug 2014

China-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comHello everyone at Rapid Visa,

I just want to take the time to write you this msg.1st I would like to say how pleased we are to get the final visa from the u.s.embassy in China. If it was not for rapid visa none of this would have been possible. I was a little skeptical about doing anything over the internet, as most things are scams. But not you guys, I was still a little nervous until I got the confirmation from the USCIS that our forms were being sent to the NVC. Then I relaxed, as much as I could. The time line for this was 5 months. Then about 2 weeks later we got a notice that our papers were being sent to China, then our interview date was set for Dec 8th 2011. I went to China in hopes that the interview would be done while I was there and it was (got notice of interview date while I was in china)we went to interview and it was good they asked a bunch of questions and then gave her the congratulations paper.

The interview was on Friday and then on Thursday we recieved the visa. Just to let everyone know that each situtation is different, as for us we only had two pictures taken, and the embassy asked why only two,she told them I don’t like my picture taken. She also said she has many cards that I sent and the embassy wanted to see them. My suggestion to anyone is do not pay for lawyers when you can get the same thing accomplished with Rapid Visa. Thanks RAPID VISA team.


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