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Which Consulate???

Discussion in 'B Visa Issues at the Consulate' started by yash, Apr 11, 2003.

  1. yash

    yash Registered Users (C)

    My parents are from M.P. The consulate for M.P. is Mumbai but they want to go to Delhi consulate. Is that ok?
    Is there anyone else who went to Delhi consulate while their original consulate was different?

    Thanks....
     
  2. nkm-oct23

    nkm-oct23 Registered Users (C)

    If their state falls under Mumbai, they will have to go to Mumbai.
    I don't think they have a choice.
     
  3. jgwal

    jgwal Registered Users (C)

    Delhi

    Actually my parents live in Gwalior, but they went to Delhi. However, they had a previously issued Visa from Delhi (in 1999).

    I think they got the VISA as the consuler took both the DDs. However, my sister's application got rejected for 214 b (?).

    She too had a previous visa from delhi. We plan to reapply at Delhi, but any suggestions will help
     
  4. yash

    yash Registered Users (C)

    jgwal, Did your parents apply recently again

    jgwal, Did your parents apply again recently or they applied only in 1999.

    Thanks
     
  5. parvathi

    parvathi New Member

    Visitor's visa from Bombay Consulate

    Hello Friends,

    My mother aged 60+ years applied for a visitor's visa by mail. She has been asked to appear for an interview. She is uneducated and does not speak Hindi or Marathi. She is totally dependent on others yet, I was told that no one can accompany her inside the consulate office.

    If your parents had some experience of getting a visa in such a situation, can you please share some of that information ?
    What are the typical questions asked in the interview ? Do they have interpretors ? How long does she have to wait inside the consulate office? Are there people to help her inside the consulate office ?

    Thanks for your help.
     
  6. jgwal

    jgwal Registered Users (C)

    yash

    yash,

    They applied recently from delhi..got 6 months visa
     
  7. mnew

    mnew Registered Users (C)

    Waiting Appointment

    Does any one has idea, how much is waiting, once you want an appointment for Delhi consulate.

    Thanks.
     
  8. Sharma Ji

    Sharma Ji Registered Users (C)

    They can apply in Delhi Consulate if they are applying first time.

    For checking the availablility of appointment check here

    http://www.ttsvisas.com

    .
     
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  9. chicago_m

    chicago_m Registered Users (C)

    Sharmaji,
    I had a quick question about applyingf or B2 visa from delhi even when the reporting consulate for MP residents is Bombay. Are you suggesting that one can apply to Delhi consulate even when the designated consulate is Bombay.
    Thanks for your help.

     
  10. Brigitte

    Brigitte Registered Users (C)

    The U.S. consular section in New Delhi started accepting non-immigrant visa applications from applicants residing in the Chennai consular districts on March 22 last year.

    Applications are only be accepted from applicants who apply in person, speak English fluently, have not previously been refused a visa for any reason, and can demonstrate need to travel before an appointment is available at the US Consulate General serving their place of residence.

    I'm not too sure how it works for Mumbai.
     
  11. chicago_m

    chicago_m Registered Users (C)

    Brigitte - Thanks for the info
     
  12. Namitha

    Namitha Registered Users (C)

    Hi ,

    My parents comes under Chennai consulate. So is it possible for them to apply for an interview at delhi even if the reason for the travel does not fall under emergency conditions?

    Is there any special steps involved in that?

    I would really appreciate If anybody could answer this question as soon as possible. I am really in need of an appointment before dec end.

    thank you,
    Namitha
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Nov 2, 2005
  13. P&G

    P&G New Member

    Which consulate ???

    My Parents were working under Consulate A when their passports were done. Now after retirement (already retired) they plan to move to a place which comes under Consulate B.The house work is still going on and even though they go back and forth to check on the work.
    So while submitting a visa Appointment should they go to Consulate A or Consulate B. :confused: It might be possible that during their time of appointment they'll have to completely move to the new House.
    Your thoughts please.
    Thanks
    -P&G
     
  14. vandana051387

    vandana051387 Registered Users (C)

  15. Triple Citizen

    Triple Citizen Registered Users (C)

    Pick the consualte serving their new permanent address.

     
  16. hazelickes

    hazelickes Registered Users (C)

    If M.P falls under Delhi Consulate, they have to travel to Delhi.



     
  17. raghu11

    raghu11 New Member

    I think you should to help from agency which deals such type of matters
    there are many agencies in Delhi like SIFS India..
    you are from Gwalior so, you need to apply from Delhi Consulate bcz Gwalior falls under Delhi region and very near to Delhi just 300 KM far
     

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