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American flag Embassy of the USA in Port-of-Spain

Address15 Queen's Park West
Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago
Phonelocal: (868) 622.6371
international: +1.868.622.6371
Faxlocal: (868) 822.5905
international: +1.868.822.5905
Web sitehttp://trinidad.usembassy.gov/

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octavia long
Mon, 8 Aug 2016 16:35 EDT
saddened
I went with my daughter to apply for her visa she is 18yrs old I got the appointment every thing she had her invitation letter from her cousin from the us her acceptance letter from uwi I went with her but stsyed outside did not go into the building thing vshe is of age when she came out I ask you got it no why she said the lady did not even looked at her papers she ask who is funding you my mother my daughter said where is her she is outside I will called her no don't callher you were not successful can someone tell me what whent on there I would really like to know
REBAKAH
Tue, 5 Apr 2016 13:28 EDT
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN MY SISTER AND BROTHER HAVE FOUND US ITS BEEN 50YERS.MY QUESTION IS THAT HOW AND WHAT DORS MY SISTER AND BROTHER NEED TO CIME OVER TO UNITED STSTES FOR FAMILY REUNION?
My sister and brother wants to come over TO the United states what do they need?my sister and brother found us after 50years please help my num is 6464001803 i am praying for a miracle in JESUS CHRIST OUR LORD AND SAVIOR AMEN HALLELUJAH name.
Roopmatee Narine
Wed, 25 Nov 2015 06:27 EST
Is America a safe place to visit
Is it safe to go to America now i dont want to pay that kinda money and not get a visa and then i am out of this amount no visa and America not safe to be there . My thing is we should be refunded three quarter of our money we d people who just want to visit and come back to our Paradise yes Paradise not greedy for money people who will suffer thereselves in America for d dollar Trinidad is Sweet yes people Sweet visit when safe but live in Trinidad. Blessed day my fellow citizens God loves Us
British Colony
Tue, 10 Nov 2015 12:56 EST
England and Europe is for Trinidad
America is just a scam for politicians in Trinidad to escape European colonisation.Trinidadians fear to Broadcast British TV .They solely rely on American TV they are afraid people recognize they are still very British
Another Allison
Mon, 28 Sep 2015 10:41 EDT
Denial
This left me with a bitter taste in my mouth.The money was hard enough for 3 of us but I felt as if I did something wrong, as though we we not good enough for America.Three upstanding trinis meeting every criteria and denied with a vague letter of reasons why and none applying to us was a mind blowing experience. My daughter was so crushed. I may try again only for her sake just for the experience. We don't intend to stay it's just having worked hard and is now able to travel we tried but I'll see.....
disgruntled trini
Wed, 23 Sep 2015 05:47 EDT
No strong ties?
Being told that you are denied under section 214b is no explanation at all. I know of a couple who has deeds to acres of land, own their own house, have 2 children who are well established professionals in the country and the couple themselves have permanent government jobs in trinidad ( one being a nurse) with a fair amount of savings. They demonstrated that they just wanted to visit the united states for a period of two weeks for vacatikn and have all intentions of returning home and they were told their visas are being denied under section 214b. These individuals were never asked to provide any supporting documents for review and instead they were outright denied. How is this any fair treatment?? How is this equality? This is no way to treat educated professionals. Trinidad is a country considered stable and why would two people who have comfortable lives here want to do anything other than visit the United states especially when all of their family resides in trinidad!
TRINI
Thu, 27 Aug 2015 13:55 EDT
LIVE IN TRINIDAD VISIT OTHER COUNTRY YOU COULD SHOP ON LINE FOR ANY AND EVERYTHING DON'T LOSE YOUR VISA FEE
TRINIDADIANS NEEDS TO STAY IN THEIR COUNTRY SCHOOLS ARE FREE JOBS IS GOOD WHEN THE RAIN FALL YOU COULD STAY HOME MOST OF THEM IN AMERICA SCRUNT FOR JOBS FAMILY LIFE WENT YOU ARE IN TRINIDAD IN AMERICA IT'S DOG EAT DO WORLD FAMILY IS WASTE OF TIME IN AMERICA THEY THROW OUT IN WINTER AND HUSBAND OR WIFE DON'T WANT ON THEIR BEDS TAKE THE COLD BASEMENT JOBS IS NOT AVAILABLE BETTER DO OLD CARE IN TRINIDAD OPEN UP AN OLD AGE- NURSING HOME HOME UNDER YOU HOUSE AND CHARGE THE FAMILY THEIR OLD AGE PENSION CHEQUE PLEASE DON'T GO THE SUFFERING IN AMERICA NO GARDEN IN AMERICA ITS CONCRETE JUNGLE AND CROWDED LIVING SPACE ANYTHING YOU NEED IN THE LINE OF FOOD TO THE GROCERY OR MARKET NOTHING IS FOR FREE OVER THERE YOU GOT RUN TO WORK PAY RENT NO KITCHEN GARDEN BABYSITTING FEES WEEKLY $125.00 AND UP $175.00 MEN HERE DON'T PAY BILLS AN PUT YOU IN HOUSE THE MOTTO IS PUSSY YOU PLEASE MEH WELL IN AMERICA IS I PLEASE YOUR PUSSY AND YOU PLEASE IT PRICK NOTHING FREE S STAY IN LAND WHERE COULD HAND A FIG AND FISH AND BE HAPPY AMERICA NO BED OF ROSES I HAD A HOUSE I SOLD IT THE LAND IS NOT YOUR BUT YOU PAY AT LEASE 2500.00 AND MORE YEARLY FOR TAXES PLUS FINANCE CHARGES-MONTHLY MORTGAGE PAYMENTS-INSURANCE MONTHLY300.00 I WAS KILLING MY SELF TO KEEP AN AMERICAN DREAM TO HAVE A ROOF OVER MY HEAD ALSO MY KIDS WITH NO KIND OF SLEEP AN DOING TWO OR THREE JOBS PLEASE I FELL APART NOT A NERVOUS BUT I HAD TO SELL THE HOUSE I JUST COULD NOT GO ON THAT WAY SLEEP WAS A GREAT FACTOR AFTER YEARS OF RUNNING FROM BUSES AND TRAINS AND ALSO GOING TO UNIVERSITY AND STILL GOING TO 2-3 JOBS I HAD TO WALK WITH CLOTHES FROM JOB TO JOB AND SCHOOL I WAS NOT ENJOYING MY HOME I WAS EATING WELL THE FREE I HAD OFF I COKED MEALS AND WASH AND GO BACK TO THE HUSTLE I HAD A GOVERNMENT JOB IN TRINIDAD I TOOK THE VETEP BACK IN 80'S AMERICA IS NOT BED OF ROSES LOTS OF PEOPLE WHO LIVE HERE USE PLASTIC MONEY TO VISIT TRINIDAD AND SHOW-OFF A LOT OF THEM TAKE CLOTHES ON CREDIT CARD TO COME HOME AND SHOW-OFF THEY GO TO FOOD PANTRY AND FILL THE BARRELS WHICH IS ILLEGAL YOU CANNOT PUT A SHACK IN AMERICA IS BILL AND MORE BILL OR HAVE TO RIDE THE TRAIN OR GO HOMELESS IN ORDER FOR ME TO KEEP MY HOME I SOLD I HAD TO COME UP WITH ROUGHLY -$2500.00 MORTGAGE 450.00HEATING HOUSE AND COOKING GAS LIGHT BILL 240.00 CABLE BILL 285.00 WATER BILL QUATERLY 1600.00 NOT INCLUDING FOOD TAKING OF 4 CHILDREN PASSAGE TO TRAVEL FOR EVERYONE DROP OFF BY BABYSITTER NO HUSBAND IN MY HOUSEHOLD SINCE I LEFT TRINIDAD I DID IT ALL BY MYSELF IT WAS A REALLY A HUSTLE NEVER ME AGAIN IF I COULD OFF TURN THE CLOCK I WHAT HAVE NEVER LEFT TRINIDAD I WOULD HAVE STAY ON MY RELAX JOB BUT PLEASE TRINIDADIAN MAKE YOU VISIT AND SEE FOR YOURSELF A VACATION IN WINTER TELL IT ALL NOWADAYS HERE IS HARD LIKE BANGA TRINIDAD IS HOME SWEET AMERICA YOU RUN AND SIT IN AGENCY ALL DAY NO JOBS THAT'S WHY THEM JAMAICAN RUNNING TO TRINIDAD THEY GET DEPORTED FROM AMERICA COMING TO GET TRINIDAD RESIDENCY BUT THEY SMART ONCE THEY GET THAT STAMP IN THEIR PASSPORT THEY DON'T NEED THE BITCHES THEY BOASTING IN AMERICA HOW ALL THESE COUNTRIES IN THE WEST INDIES COMING TO T&T TO GET OLD AGE PENSION AND NIS MONIES KEEP THEM OUT
Joyce Ramkissoon
Thu, 30 Jul 2015 12:28 EDT
AM SO SAD
Am 76 years old,in a wheelchair,in the last 28 years i have visited my Daughter,2 grandchildren and 1 Greatgrand child in America over 35 times, My visa was about to expire so i went to reapply for a new visa,,,,GUEST WHAT I WAS DENIED,,,,,,I AM SO SO SAD, AND MY FAMILY IN AMERICA IS HEARTBROKEN,,,, ANY IDEAS ? MY FAMILY IN AMERICA SAID THATS ANOTHER WAY FOR TRINIDAD TO MAKE MONEY IS TO DENY PEOPLE THERE DOCUMENTS ):
vivi
Tue, 28 Jul 2015 00:43 EDT
how to get Trinidad visa
I want to go visit a friend in Trinidad for to weeks how do I get a visa what must I have
TNT
Tue, 23 Jun 2015 20:20 EDT
Animal shelter?
First place in this sweet island I felt treated like a dog.

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