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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Adrian and the kids have their interview on Jan 16.... thinking ahead about them coming home and their POE. The plan is for them to fly home and we'll go back for the rest of their belongings in the Spring when driving will be safer. They usually fly out of Calgary.... can all of the POE stuff be dealt with here- or does it have to be done someplace else? Didn't have to worry about this until now - so I've not done my homework on the procedure yet. Any help would be great! Merry Christmas everyone !!


CR1/CR2 Husband/Stepchildren

  1. Married 2/29/2008
  2. NOA1/Case at CSC 6/4/2008
  3. Last updated online/USCIS 6/5/2008
  4. Touch/NOA2 7/25/2008 Husband approved- kids pending
  5. Touch 7/27/2008
  6. Touch 7/28/2008
  7. NOA2 hard copy received 8/1/2008
  8. RFE for kids received in mail 8/2/2008
  9. Touch 9/2/2008
  10. NOA2 received for kids 9/5/2008
  11. Paid AOS 9/25/08 Online
  12. Over-nighted I-864 packet 10/1/08 to NVC
  13. I-864 received 10/2/08
  14. Paid IV 10/7/08 Online
  15. IV in system as paid 10/8/08
  16. AOS/I-864 in system 10/15/08
  17. Overnighted DS-230's to NVC 10/17/08 (Friday- but won't be there until Monday)
  18. NVC received DS-230 packets 10/20/08
  19. RFE's received DS-230 and I-864 10/27/08
  20. Overnighted corrected information to NVC 10/29/08
  21. NVC received corrected DS-230 and I-864 10/30/08
  22. Case complete at NVC !!! 11/6/08 (received notification via email)
  23. Interview scheduled for 1/16/09 in MTL- hoping to schedule the medical early in the same week
  24. 1/16/09- CR-1/APPROVED !!
  25. 1/23/09- Visas arrived !!
  26. Coming home forever- January 30 2009 !

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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It is usually dealt with at the pre-clarence location in Canada.

http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/toolbox/contact...r_locations.xml


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Yes, it can all be done in Calgary :thumbs:

Thanks everyone! Seems like something is working in our favor -FINALLY ! LOL I was afraid they'd make him fly to the most northern point in Canada and go to some remote outpost... hehe.. parts of this journey have been that ridiculous !


CR1/CR2 Husband/Stepchildren

  1. Married 2/29/2008
  2. NOA1/Case at CSC 6/4/2008
  3. Last updated online/USCIS 6/5/2008
  4. Touch/NOA2 7/25/2008 Husband approved- kids pending
  5. Touch 7/27/2008
  6. Touch 7/28/2008
  7. NOA2 hard copy received 8/1/2008
  8. RFE for kids received in mail 8/2/2008
  9. Touch 9/2/2008
  10. NOA2 received for kids 9/5/2008
  11. Paid AOS 9/25/08 Online
  12. Over-nighted I-864 packet 10/1/08 to NVC
  13. I-864 received 10/2/08
  14. Paid IV 10/7/08 Online
  15. IV in system as paid 10/8/08
  16. AOS/I-864 in system 10/15/08
  17. Overnighted DS-230's to NVC 10/17/08 (Friday- but won't be there until Monday)
  18. NVC received DS-230 packets 10/20/08
  19. RFE's received DS-230 and I-864 10/27/08
  20. Overnighted corrected information to NVC 10/29/08
  21. NVC received corrected DS-230 and I-864 10/30/08
  22. Case complete at NVC !!! 11/6/08 (received notification via email)
  23. Interview scheduled for 1/16/09 in MTL- hoping to schedule the medical early in the same week
  24. 1/16/09- CR-1/APPROVED !!
  25. 1/23/09- Visas arrived !!
  26. Coming home forever- January 30 2009 !

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Yes, it can all be done in Calgary :thumbs:

Thanks everyone! Seems like something is working in our favor -FINALLY ! LOL I was afraid they'd make him fly to the most northern point in Canada and go to some remote outpost... hehe.. parts of this journey have been that ridiculous !

Ok, that made me laugh out loud - because it is absolutely TRUE!! :lol:

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Filed: Other Country: Canada
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It is usually dealt with at the pre-clarence location in Canada.

http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/toolbox/contact...r_locations.xml

I really like that. Pre-clearance is great, especially when you're traveling to visit your SO (which no country seems to like). Back when my wife and I were doing the whole 'visitation" thing, I thought she had it much easier. If she got turned down at customs for some reason, she'd still be in her own country. If that happened to me when flying into Canada, I'd temporarily be in limbo and then need to grab the quickest flight out of there (which I'd need to pay for, as well).

Thanks everyone! Seems like something is working in our favor -FINALLY ! LOL I was afraid they'd make him fly to the most northern point in Canada and go to some remote outpost... hehe.. parts of this journey have been that ridiculous !

I've seen some very wacky flight plans before. One of them was from Edmonton to Toronto to Vancouver. The objective was to fly from Edmonton to Vancouver. That seems easy enough, right? So why would any airline (much less a passenger) choose to fly all the way to Toronto from Edmonton and then backtrack to Vancouver? :wacko:

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Yes, it can all be done in Calgary :thumbs:

Thanks everyone! Seems like something is working in our favor -FINALLY ! LOL I was afraid they'd make him fly to the most northern point in Canada and go to some remote outpost... hehe.. parts of this journey have been that ridiculous !

Ok, that made me laugh out loud - because it is absolutely TRUE!! :lol:

I laughed too!! :lol:

Thanks everyone! Seems like something is working in our favor -FINALLY ! LOL I was afraid they'd make him fly to the most northern point in Canada and go to some remote outpost... hehe.. parts of this journey have been that ridiculous !

I've seen some very wacky flight plans before. One of them was from Edmonton to Toronto to Vancouver. The objective was to fly from Edmonton to Vancouver. That seems easy enough, right? So why would any airline (much less a passenger) choose to fly all the way to Toronto from Edmonton and then backtrack to Vancouver? :wacko:

:o

:lol:


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