■■■■■■■Consular interviews with Visa applicants. #U.S.Consulates.”What Not to Bring to the Visa – Consular Interview abroad”●friends,●relatives, ●attorneys,●business contacts.●Mobile phones,●Remote control car keys,●Pen drives,●Electronic personal digital assistants, ●cameras, ●audio or video recording devices, ●bluetooth devices, ●lap top computers, ●memory cards, ●portable music players, ●travel bags,● zip folders,● cloth bags, ●back packs, ●brief cases, ●suit cases, ●cosmetics ( spray perfume/cologne and talcum/baby powder), ●food , ●cigarette lighters. ●tobacco products, ● any sealed envelopes or packages. ●large umbrellas●only one foot-long umbrellas are permitted.
Glenn R. Morales - Dalrymple, Attorney at Law. Washington D.C. 1964. Senior Loyola 1982. Attorney at Law 1990, Santa Maria College, Venezuela. Associate of the American Bar Association. U.S. Federal Administrative Practice of Consular Processing, Immigration Law since 1991 and Former Member of the U.S. Trademark & Patent Association.
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