& # 39; Absolute cretins … incompetent Neanderthals & # 39 ;: Model complains about & # 39; caught & # 39; to be in Australia and miss her flight to New York because she left her visa application too late
- Talia Richman uploaded a series of Instagram stories for her 114,000 followers
- She mentions embassy staff & # 39; absolute cretins & # 39; and & # 39; Neanderthals & # 39;
- She is frustrated that interviews with visa applications in Australia last three months
- She hopes to meet someone to speed up the process of returning to NYC
An Australian model who lives in New York raged at her Instagram followers about the long wait to get her visa approved.
Talia Richman uploaded a series of angry Instagram stories for her 114,000 followers after being confronted with a series of legal obstacles to getting her visa.
The Perth-grown model, most recently linked to Kendall Jenner's & Ben 39's ex Ben Simmons, described US ambassadors in Australia as & # 39; absolute cretins & # 39; and & # 39; Neanderthals & # 39 ;.
The Perth-grown model, most recently linked to Kendall Jenner's & Ben 39's ex Ben Simmons, described the personnel of the US embassy in Australia as & # 39; absolute cretins & # 39; and & # 39; Neanderthals & # 39;
& # 39; I would like to give a personal shout to the American embassy offices in Australia because they are absolute shouts, & she said.
& # 39; Such as legitimately incompetent Neanderthals. They must be fired, canceled, and blocked immediately, & she added.
The 24-part Instagram rant was based on Richman's discovery that there is currently a waiting period of two to three months for visa interviews.
She booked a flight back to New York for next week and was dissatisfied that there was nothing to speed up her visa.
While appearing frustrated during the video, she flashed a smile and laughed at the situation repeatedly, seemingly & # 39; stranded & # 39; was in her home country.
The 24-year-old was at an airport waiting for a last-minute flight to Perth when she recorded the clips in a final attempt to return to New York next week.
The 24-part Instagram rant was based on Richman's discovery that there is currently a waiting period of two to three months for visa interviews
& # 39; I have become that person who asks to talk to the manager, & # 39; she said. & # 39; I was excited, such as verbal abuse on the phone.
& # 39; I feel deported, stuck and trapped in Australia. Not that that's bad, but I miss my puppy, & she said.
In an effort to speed up the process, Richman checked the American embassy in Perth, which had a shorter waiting time and initially posted all of its legal documents to get them approved.
But shortly after she sent them all, same-day availability – Wednesday – opened and Richman booked the next available flight to make the appointment, forgetting that she no longer had her documents with her.
Richman is now on her way to Perth with high expectations that her visa will be approved immediately and she can be on her way back to New York
Again she called the embassy, who said that the documents would probably not arrive until the following day and that it would be unlikely that they would be approved without them.
& # 39; The Neanderthals call and say it will arrive later, so my plan is to rock, talk, browse and flirt my way to give me my visa.
& # 39; But my documents miraculously arrived at my house this morning by post, despite the idiot on the phone at the embassy saying they were on their way. & # 39;
Richman is now on her way to Perth with the hope that her visa will be approved immediately so that she can continue working on her way back to New York.
She apologized to her fans and followers for the long roar, saying she needed to get it out because I am abusing innocent contractors, calling people instead.
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