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Hi All,

My fiance has finally received his interview date for Oct 2nd. He will fly over as soon as he has the visa so probably on the 5th or 6th. We plan to wed on the 13th. We'd like to go to Montreal for two days immediately following the wedding. Will it be a problem for him to go to canada for 2 days with his british passport and fiance visa?



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However, there is another way.

Since Montreal (YUL) has a PFI, he could book a flight TO Montreal, then a flight from there to US departing 2-4 days later. You could meet him IN Montreal and take the same flight back.

The K-1 would then be processed at the PFI.

(because I am a dual Canuck-Yank, I can suggest this)

Edited by CherryXS

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