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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
Timeline

hi everyone and happy Canada day!!

I am just researching the next steps after submitting I-130 and have a question.

For the medical exam, where in Toronto can I go? How far in advance to I need to make the appointment?

And is when during this whole process can I or should I do it?

Thanks!!


2/7/13 mailed I130 x 2

2/14/13 checks cashed $420 x 2

4/3/13 RFE more divorce info requested and marriage certificate(which I had already sent)

4/9/13 mailed additional info

4/19/13 I130 approved

5/10/13 NVC received

5/16/13 Called NVC and got Case #s and Invoice ID #s

5/17/13 USCIS website states: Your case can not be found at this time in My Case Status. Please check your receipt number and try again.

5/24/13 Paid AOS ($88.00) fee online

5/30/13 Emailed I-864 package for both kids

6/3/13 paid IV bill $230 x 2 kids

6/5/13 IV bill shows paid, DS260 available

6/14/13 CHILDREN'S PASSPORTS ARRIVED!!!!

6/14/13 filed online DS-260 for both kids

6/16/13 emailed Supporting docs for DS-260 for both kids

7/9/13 CHECKLIST for both kids...sad.png

7/9/13 checklist response sent (birth certs and passport Bio Page <again>)

8/2/13 CHECKLIST both kids

8/3/13 checklist response sent (I-864 AGAIN and paystubs - sent last 6 paystubs)

8/28/13 ***** INTERVIEW SCHEDULED***** for 10/9/13

9/11/13 Medicals completed in Toronto @ Dr. Seiden's office

10/9/13 INTERVIEW APPROVED

10/25/13. SSN cards arrived

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
Timeline

The list of panel physicians for Canada is here: http://travel.state.gov/pdf/medical/MTL-ME...L-0001-0810.pdf

The Toronto panel physician's website is here: http://panelphysicians.com/index.htm

The medical is good for a year. You won't need it until your interview.

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