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Hi,

 

I sent in the i129f in the mail last Nov and have a noa1 nov 7th. On line 36a we wrote Vancouver, but we recently found out that Vancouver consulate does not do k1 interviews anymore. All k1 interviews are done in Montreal, Canada. How do we correct this mistake? Will uscis still process our application? We been waiting a long time for our noa2. Please advise.

 

Thank you,

Stephen

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52 minutes ago, shen4663 said:

Hi,

 

I sent in the i129f in the mail last Nov and have a noa1 nov 7th. On line 36a we wrote Vancouver, but we recently found out that Vancouver consulate does not do k1 interviews anymore. All k1 interviews are done in Montreal, Canada. How do we correct this mistake? Will uscis still process our application? We been waiting a long time for our noa2. Please advise.

 

Thank you,

Stephen

I find it hard to believe that Canada only does K1 interviews in only 1 city.. :unsure:

 

WOW, thats so messed up.  https://ca.usembassy.gov/visas/fiancee/

 

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I think they will know.  When I filled it out I unknowingly put the closest US consulate in Calgary haha.  The forms were a bit confusing to me because I remember it stating to put the closest US embassy or consulate.  I found out the long way around that Calgary didn't do K1 interviews haha.  At the time Canada had interviews at the Vancouver embassy and USCIS automatically sent everything there. 

 

It didn't affect my application in any way. :)


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3 hours ago, Michelle13 said:

I think they will know.  When I filled it out I unknowingly put the closest US consulate in Calgary haha.  The forms were a bit confusing to me because I remember it stating to put the closest US embassy or consulate.  I found out the long way around that Calgary didn't do K1 interviews haha.  At the time Canada had interviews at the Vancouver embassy and USCIS automatically sent everything there. 

 

It didn't affect my application in any way. :)

Glad to hear the app wasnt affected and I wish you the best of luck with the rest of the process..


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