The embassy on Deer in Santo Domingo reported some details to get the account of the day of interviews for applications on Visayan for non-immigrants, among them the issue of punctuality and a reminder about ages where a child is allowed to show his partner PARENTS.
The information is in the column “Ask the Consul, a weekly article published by the Legation to clarify doubts about the process of applying for visas.
Speaking of punctuality, the diplomatic mission insisted on the need to respect the time in which others arrive, but be warned that applicants cannot arrive more than half an hour in advance because they will not be accepted.
“I arrived on time at the embassy on your day, but please do not show up more than 30 minutes before the scheduled time because he will not be admitted early,” read the column published last Monday.
Minors and interviews
age where the PARENTS They will be with their children, and it is repeated that minors under 14 don’t need to go to interviews because the parents have to show themselves.
Children aged between 14 and 17 years old were the only ones he allowed to come to him for interviews together with one of his parents or legal guardians, as published by the diplomatic mission.
When the applicant reaches the age of 18, it is your sole responsibility to defend your visa request before the employee of the Consular Section at the Embassy of the United States.
Nonimmigrant visas are those that allow entry into the United States for a certain time, whether for education, work, or entertainment.