To: Guillermo (only!)There are many small Y/N/maybe-small-comment questions here.
Maybe you will copy the contents in the answer and provide answers under each point. Thanks.2) does the consular officer have right to reject supporting document being provided by the applicant during the interview through the window?
2a) -- refuse to listen explanation and/or description of this document and its?relevancy in supporting applicants case?
2c) -- refused to examine the document so to appreciably identify it as the one which the applicant is describing, or to turn his attention to a specific pertinent part which the applicant is specifically asking to examine to draw conclusions?All the following assume that the applicant is acting in a measured, polite, cooperative, appropriately reasonable manner without undue excesses in the whichever activity is in the subject3) can the consular officer during the interview shut out the applicant who is attempting to reasonably eloquently make a point about a seemingly relevant issue without allowing to applicant to finish.
3b) -- shut out an applicant when he/she is making a reasonable in size list of points assuring that its important to hear them all to appreciate the the significance and relevance4) can consular office during the conversation with an applicant, when applicant is talking to (mark which Yes)
- disengage and obviously not listen
- get distrusted with something
- if yes, and applicant stops talking to regain officer's attention, and tries to continue, act as if the applicant forfeited his/her right or turn to talk on that question/issue
- make facial expressions indicating things like "it's boring", "it's all does't matter anyway", "I am pissed with you continuing dong this", "none of this will help you anyway", "I am completely elsewhere"5) if an applicant remembered something to add, and calls for officer's attention, while the interview is till is progress
- not react to calls for attention from the applicant?
5a) be rude and dismissive (without prior provocation, excessive behavior, or any escalation on the part of the applicant)
5c) due to and/or during applicant's doing any of the aforementioned actions (again, without any unreasonable excessiveness and while fully cooperating with the officer)
--suddenly escalate or interrupt or end the interview, without allowing applicant to finish a thought or sentence, (interrupting in the middle of the word in an impolite manner),
-- suddenly issue a rejection
-- call security to remove the applicant
-- walk out from his post
-- close blinds/shut inner doorsWhat is the proper way to address immigration
officers besides Sir/Mam?What about other a) uniformed and b) non-uniformed workers of the consulate
?If there isn't one name for each of these categories what are the guidelines to try to be better than just "Ser" or "Mister" (assuming that person cannot read military uniform ranks, ...should true military personnel served around reception areas of the consulates.)