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NVC sent original documents to embassy, but where will they go?

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Another question for you fine people :) The NVC requested our original civil documents (marriage certificate, birth certificate, police certificate, etc.). When the NVC approved us, they said they were being sent along to the embassy for the interview.

My question is, when do we get them back? I read some interview reviews that said you need to show them before your interview. Where exactly should they be? We have photocopies of them all, but the NVC was STRICT about getting the originals, and we sent them. Now the embassy is asking for the originals and copies. Any suggestions on how this works?

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A review I read of someone's interview, they mentioned going up to a window BEFORE the interview and being asked for those documents. What would we need to say at that point, that they've been mailed by the NVC, and we have copies?

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why is the embassy asking for anything? you sent them, not use EP, so this bit from the embassy is very confusing.

please study your p4 letter again, the appointment letter. The document list is coded, a code per item in the list.

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if you really want your originals back, bring the photocopies in on interview day, tell the Vice-Consul you need to trade copies for originals, and don't leave the window until that occurs.

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Also please note the interview will be in the US Consulate in Montreal not in a US embassy.


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