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Does it matter if your I-130 petition is at the NVC and not the AOS Interview location?

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We already received our Interview notice and I-130 approvals.

Does the I-130 petition for my wife have to be at the location of my interview instead of the NVC? Does it matter?

It seems my stepchild's I-130 is at the NVC for processing of a Visa externally at the Montreal consulate.

Do I need to request that it be sent to the Interview location here in California?

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We already received our Interview notice and I-130 approvals.

Does the I-130 petition for my wife have to be at the location of my interview instead of the NVC? Does it matter?

It seems my stepchild's I-130 is at the NVC for processing of a Visa externally at the Montreal consulate.

Do I need to request that it be sent to the Interview location here in California?

Your information/questions are very confusing.

Is this an adjustment of status interview based on an I-485 application?

If so, why are you having an interview (assuming you are the USC)?

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Yes, it is based on an I-485 application, and you are correct, I am not being interviewed since I am the citizen but I do have to attend the interview.

Again, anyone with Info if it matters where the I-130 petition is located? Does the original paperwork have to be at the Interview location? We have I797 approval notices for the I-130 but I thought I read that the paperwork has to be at the interview location in the US and not at the NVC or at a foreign Consulate in Montreal?.

We already received our Interview notice and I-130 approvals.

Does the I-130 petition for my wife have to be at the location of my interview instead of the NVC? Does it matter?

It seems my stepchild's I-130 is at the NVC for processing of a Visa externally at the Montreal consulate.

Do I need to request that it be sent to the Interview location here in California?

Your information/questions are very confusing.

Is this an adjustment of status interview based on an I-485 application?

If so, why are you having an interview (assuming you are the USC)?

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