The waiting time when you call is horrible its embarrasing will be possible to purchase a better unswering machine ?
The staff at this office is incompetent and irresponsible. I wanted to cancel my visitor visa application and asked for my passport to be mailed back to me in the return overnight envelope I had attached along with my mail to them.I found out they'd lost my passport. An employee swore he mailed out the package but USPS never received it. They realized it never left their office when I finally drove myself to their office. 100+ failed calls, bad service attitude and all the lies the office had given me, They said it was a "misunderstanding," and won't even compensate for my time away from work and money spent.There is no misunderstanding. I clearly stated what I needed, they delivered only excuses.Anyone who's interacted with the office can tell you it's a huge disappointment and a terrible representation for the Bahamian People, or any People for that matter. I hope this consulate doesn't reflect the type of professionalism of the government it represents.
Be there at 10 AM (Monday-Friday)BRING with you the following items: -your print out of electronic visa application form. -your original passport valid for at least 6 (six) months prior to its expiration date. The passport must have at least 2 (two) blank visa pages -money order (American citizens) for $160 from USPS (The only payment method accepted is by US Postal Service Money Orders), -one recent individual passport photo with white background, -proof of income of the last 90 days (bank statements and/or international credit card statements showing the available credit line) -letter addressed to the Consulate with detailed information on your trip: tentative dates of arrival and departure, places to visit, contact information, hotel or any other place at which you will be staying. stating reason for visit with address where you will be staying, -Be nice, say Thank You and above all smile:)
I called for information on behalf of someone. Being that a friend just became a U.S. citizen and lived here in the states since the age of four. He feels more American than Peruvian, and his father is mixed heritage. Once one takes the oath to become a U.S citizen it clearly states ' entirely renounce all allegiance and fidelity of whom been a subject or citizen.' Yes i had to sum it up. Even on their Peruvian Consulate website it states one can renounce their Peruvian citizenship. Yet the consulate staff members totally ignore that part of the U.S. citizenship oath,and said you can have both citizenships.