Every case is special as what RapidVisa has said. As we undergo the visa processing, it did not allow us a fast and immediate approval and we have had undergone the agony of waiting. What touched us with RapidVisa’s services were: directing us to the correct sites to apply and fill up forms and making sure that we got it right, the encouraging words of wisdom from the staff when I was crying over a requirement (Taiwan Police Clearance) that I could not produce in time, however through God’s blessings I got it 3 days before I am supposed to go back home and rescheduled my interview; so seeing to it that I got the interview slot on Monday of the following week, Albert help me call the embassy and who was supposed to be off already, ran an extra mile for us and personally went to the US Embassy to get my confirmation letter; the bits and pieces of tips and reminders; the easy to understand handouts of forms; polite and open communication from chat to reception area and staffs; and most especially the agency having been located acrossed the US embassy per se.. This is the kind of service we need and they are showing that they care. RapidVisa, we would like to thank you for helping and guiding us through it all.
Patrick and Estelita
18 Jun 2015
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