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Interview Letter (P4) received! But they scheduled me on the other side of the continent...

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I am Canadian - My husband, an American Citizen.

I received my Interview Letter today, but they have scheduled me for an appointment in Montreal - this is on the other side of the continent. I live on the outskirts of Vancouver, so I was hoping to be able to be scheduled in Vancouver.

Is there a way for me to reschedule so I don't have to travel so far (and spend so much)? I have tried looking online but I have not found any help yet. If I NEED to travel to Montreal then I can do it... I would just prefer not to

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Hi,

Unfortunately IR1/CR1 visa interviews take place only in Montreal, regardless of where you reside. The information can be found on Canada's wiki page here: http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/Canada.

The K-1 visas can be done at either Vancouver or Montreal, depending on location of residence.

Sorry to hear that you have to make the long journey - I hear Montreal is beautiful though so take advantage of the visit and good luck!


Spoiler

K1

04/09/15: NOA1

06/10/15: NOA2

09/04/15: Interview - Approved!

09/18/15: Visa received

09/24/15: POE

10/24/15: Wedding!!

AOS

11/12/15: AOS packet sent

11/15/15: AOS packet received

11/16/15: NOA1 for I-131 and I-765

11/18/15: NOA1 for I-485

12/11/15: Biometrics

02/06/16: EAD card in production, AP sent RFE

02/10/16: EAD mailed

02/11/16: EAD combo card received in mail including AP - Service request sent for why case tracker shows RFE

03/16/16: AOS Interview - Approved

03/22/16: Green Card received in mail

 

ROC

12/18/17: I-751 Filed at VSC
12/22/17: NOA1

02/02/18: Biometrics Appointment

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Hi,

Unfortunately IR1/CR1 visa interviews take place only in Montreal, regardless of where you reside. The information can be found on Canada's wiki page here: http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/Canada.

The K-1 visas can be done at either Vancouver or Montreal, depending on location of residence.

Sorry to hear that you have to make the long journey - I hear Montreal is beautiful though so take advantage of the visit and good luck!

Arrrg. Haha. Damn it! Well at least my father lives out east!

Thanks for your response

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~ Moved from K-1 Process to US Embassy and Consulate Discussion - topic about consulate for spousal visa, not K-1 process ~


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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