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Top 5 Worst U.S. Embassies

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Not all Embassies are created equal. Some are better, some are worse. But unfortunately, you don't really get to choose your embassy. The embassies are in charge of scheduling interviews, looking through cases, approving cases for visa issuance, and many other important jobs that can determine how your case goes. Some embassies are just better at doing those jobs. Unfortunately, the "not so great" embassies tend to stick out the most. It's not the end of the world if your case ends up at one of these embassies but you might want to keep an eye out for issues along the way. These embassies tend to make cases take longer than necessary or just give you some extra trouble.

So, here are the top 5 worst U.S. Embassies according to us:

1. Casablanca, Morocco

2. Islamabad, Pakistan

3. Mumbai, India

4. Amman, Jordan

5. Baghdad, Iraq


Remember don't panic if this is your embassy! If you need help just reach out to us, we've got your back.

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