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Hi everyone.

Good news! I just received a letter from NVC today confirming my interview in Montreal for June. I downloaded the pdf package (from this website: http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/immigrate/immigrant-process/interview/prepare.html)saying that I needed to go online to register my appointment time. The only thing is after putting my case number and DS-260 confirmation number and pressing, "create applicant", it said that "the immigrant visa case number provided is not ready to schedule an appointment" even though I received the letter today.

Did anyone else run into this problem?

Just to confirm, the case number is the one starting with the code: MTLXXXXXXXXXX and the DS-260 number is the one starting with AAXXXXXXXX right?

A screen shot of what it says in detail is attached. I am so excited to finally be nearing the end but now nervous as to why this is showing up! Any advice? THANK YOU!

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Hi everyone.

Good news! I just received a letter from NVC today confirming my interview in Montreal for June. I downloaded the pdf package (from this website: http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/immigrate/immigrant-process/interview/prepare.html)saying that I needed to go online to register my appointment time. The only thing is after putting my case number and DS-260 confirmation number and pressing, "create applicant", it said that "the immigrant visa case number provided is not ready to schedule an appointment" even though I received the letter today.

Did anyone else run into this problem?

Just to confirm, the case number is the one starting with the code: MTLXXXXXXXXXX and the DS-260 number is the one starting with AAXXXXXXXX right?

A screen shot of what it says in detail is attached. I am so excited to finally be nearing the end but now nervous as to why this is showing up! Any advice? THANK YOU!

Hi Trason, did you have any update? How did you go about your appointment? We are in the exact same situation that you were in, and want to seek your advice.

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You have to wait for CEAC to say "ready" before you register for anything. Montreal needs the casefile first.


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I just got my consulate appointment e-mail letter today and I attempted to schedule the appointment and got the same thing as well. Does anyone know how long we have to wait until we can schedule?

Also when you say CEAC needs to say ready, do you mean the NVC website where the DS-260 was submitted? Where would like look for the "Ready" statement?

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