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Interview in less than a week, are we forgetting anything? Tips?

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Hi guys, looking to see if anyone who's successfully finished their interview can give us some guidance. My wife's interview is coming up in Montreal next monday (13th), and I just want to make sure I'm not missing anything. Hopefully if I am, we can get it together before then. Sorry, my OCD isn't letting me stop worrying about it :P

We have a copy of every packet we've sent in, 130, 129F, I-864, supporting documents, anything they said was missing.

Have 2 passport photos

Will make copies of all documents they ask for again

Medical is being finished now, so that packet, unopened.

Passport

Proof of domicile here in the US for me

Taking some extra pictures of trips/vacations we've taken together in the past few years, just in case.

DS-260 confirmation with 2 bar codes

Interview letter

We'll put it in the correct order, just as the montreal instructions say, etc.

Anything else we seem to be missing? Anyone have any tips for the montreal interview? Thanks in advance.

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Don't bother with the I-129F since this is a CR1/IR1 interview not a K3. Make sure the passport pics are US sized. were you ever living outside the USA? if no then domicile proof isn't needed. She needs to sign up for loomis and have that confirmation page to get into the consulate. Read the reviews on here about where to go to line up, etc... Saylin had a great one with hand drawn pictures. :)


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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Yep! Already signed up for Loomis, and have that confirmation page, I forgot to mention that. I have not lived anywhere else, so that's good. I'll look up and see if there's anything else. Thanks!

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