Procedure to get United States Visa Isn’t Always Easy, Many People Are Afraid of Its Brief Minutes Interview with consulate or embassy official, especially when faced with the fear of receiving negative feedback. Jesus experienced what it was like to wait for something that didn’t finally come. In his TikTok account, @isamargnzlz, he recalled his experience while making an appointment in Chile to get his document through a manager and explained how he didn’t get the expected result.
Jesus and his family hired one Agency specializing in processing tourist visas to travel to the United States And everything was going on normally. He was given the necessary syllabus and advice to face the interview. Two weeks before the agreed date, he received a piece of information that shocked him: His appointment was canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic Which has plagued the whole world for more than two years.
,We apply for a US visa through an agency, agency that I am not going to mention or recommend because I did not find their service (good),” explained Isa in the recording.
Obviously, this is a national problem. According to TikTok, The United States Embassy in Chile is canceling all appointments to process visas, something his managers never warned him about. Because of this, he assumed the agency’s work was lacking, because, if he had known this information, he might not have spent part of his savings.
To process a US visaThe total cost must be paid at the time of making the request and without the document being approved or rejected, which is non-refundable if the appointment is canceled or negative feedback is received.
in that sense, Isa said that if his managers were already aware of the issue, their duty was to inform them of a possible scenario. However this was not liked by some who viewed his video and believed that those in charge of its management are not responsible for what happens to the document: “But the company managing it does not guarantee that they approve the visa.” , that it directly depends on the interview on the day of appointment,” one person said of it.
TikTok defended itself by saying that it understands it, but reiterated that, If your agency knew about this possibility, they should have warned you To stop him from spending his money: “Sure, that’s right, but given that it’s happening collectively, they shouldn’t continue to make appointments in Chile and eventually consider doing it elsewhere So that people don’t have to lose money on consular fees and fill out forms”, added the woman, also against US officials.
it was so their dreams are shatteredSix years ago, when she moved from Venezuela to Chile, she and her family dreamed of traveling and getting to know the North American country. But now, with their date cancelled, they decided to wait for a new date.