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Hi all,

I was wondering if there was anyone out there who have used Pearson International Air Port to activate thier KI visa/cross the border/as a POE? (I apologize if I did not use terms correctly) My final Destination will be California, and I will be most likely on a connecting flight at somepoint. I was wondering if anyone who has used this air port, would like to share their expieriences with me? I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance.


K1 Process

I-129F Sent : 2008-02-29

I-129F NOA1: 2008-03-12

I-129F NOA2: 2008-07-15 date on notice

NVC Left: 2008-07-23 date on letter

Packet 3 Received: 2008-10-14 date on letter

Packet 3 Sent: 2009-03-25

Medical: 2008-11-05

Interview Date: 2009-07-08

Visa Approval: 2009-07-08

Visa In Hand: 2009-07-09

Married on: 2009-07-17

AOS Process

Medical: 2009-09-09/Results:2009-09-11

AOS package sent: 2009-10-08

Arrived at lockbox: 2009-10-09

RFE: 2009-10-19/AOS package re-sent: 2009-11

I-485 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-130 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-765 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-131 NOA: 2009-11-25

RFE: 2009-12-21/AOS Requested info sent: 2010-01-12

Biometrics Apt: 2010-01-25

AP Approved!: 2010-02-18

EAD Approved!: 2010-02-24

Case transferred to CSC: 2010-02-24

Touch #1: 2010-03-04

Touch #2: 2010-07-10

Touch #3: 2010-07-14

AOS Card Production Ordered: 2010-07-21

Green Card In Hand: 2010-08-02

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I crossed with a Cr-1. I know it's not a K-1 but here is my review of Pearson!

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...p;#entry3049045

Good luck


USCIS
August 12, 2008 - petition sent
August 16, 2008 - NOA-1
February 10, 2009 - NOA-2
178 DAYS FROM NOA-1


NVC
February 13, 2009 - NVC case number assigned
March 12, 2009 - Case Complete
25 DAY TRIP THROUGH NVC


Medical
May 4, 2009


Interview
May, 26, 2009


POE - June 20, 2009 Toronto - Atlanta, GA

Removal of Conditions
Filed - April 14, 2011
Biometrics - June 2, 2011 (early)
Approval - November 9, 2011
209 DAY TRIP TO REMOVE CONDITIONS

Citizenship

April 29, 2013 - NOA1 for petition received

September 10, 2013 Interview - decision could not be made.

April 15, 2014 APPROVED. Wait for oath ceremony

Waited...

September 29, 2015 - sent letter to senator.

October 16, 2015 - US Citizen

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I'm sure Sapphire will pop in here to share, she activated her K-1 at Pearson :)


K-1

I-129F sent to Vermont: 2/19/08

NOA1: 2/21/08

NOA2: 3/10/08

Packet 3 recd: 3/25/08

Packet 3 sent: 4/18/08

Appt letter recd: 6/16/08

Interview at Montreal Consulate: 7/10/08 **APPROVED!!**

K1 recd: 7/15/08

US Entry at Buffalo, New York: 11/15/08

Wedding in Philadelphia: 11/22/08

AOS

AOS/EAD/AP filed at Chicago Lockbox: 12/17/08

NOA: 12/29/08

Case transferred to CSC: 1/7/09

AOS Approval: 4/2/09

Biometrics appt: 1/16/09

EAD received: 3/12/09

AP received: 3/13/09

AOS approval notice sent: 4/2/09

GC received: 4/9/09

ROC

Sent package to VSC: 1/5/11

NOA1: 1/7/11

Biometrics: 2/14/11

Approval letter received: 8/1/11

GC received: 8/11/11

Citizenship:

N-400 sent to Dallas lockbox: 3/1/12

NOA1: 3/6/12

Biometrics: 4/9/12

Interview: 5/25/12

Oath Ceremony: 6/4/2012

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I crossed at Pearson on June 6th. My flight was at 4:15 p.m. and I got to the airport at around 12:30 p.m. I wanted to give myself about 4 hours or so because I wasn't sure how busy it would be and how long it would take. I also planned my flight so that I wouldn't have to be at the airport super early or on a busy day. Before I entered, I filled out the blue customs form and then also filled out a white I-94 form. They were both available at the little desk just outside of customs.

After a tearful goodbye with my Mom, I went through Customs in Terminal 1 (Air Canada). I told the 1st officer that I was moving to the U.S. on a K1 visa. He saw that I had been crying, asked me why I looked so nervous. I said I was just sad to be moving away from my family, and would be okay. He was really nice. Told me to relax a bit and make my way through to Secondary.

I went into Secondary and it was realllllly quiet. There was no one else in there. An officer took all my documents and opened up my envelope and started asking me questions and entering stuff in her computer. She asked me various questions all relating back to my packet. How did we meet, where I was moving, where my fiance's parent's were born(i actually didn't know the name of the cities and then she asked why my fiance had never taken me there [to the Phillipines] and I just said because we didn't want to go there at this point in time and she moved one) if we had married yet and maybe a few other questions that I can't recall. She was very stern and serious and a bit scary but mostly just serious. Then she took my fingerprints and the machine was having a hard time reading my fingers... she said it was because they were moist, but I didn't feel like they were moist... anywho, she got me some paper towels and then finally they worked. All this took about 25 minutes or so.

Then she told me to go over to the guy at the table so he could search my bag. I had 2 large suitcases, 1 EXTRA large duffle bag and a carry on suitcase. The agent was pretty friendly, but mostly just down to business. He asked me to take everything out of my bags... and I was a bit annoyed because it was a lot of stuff, so I just said.. well it's all clothes, shoes and purses and accessories and so he just sort of sifted through things and that was that. I fixed all my bags and then was on my way. That took another 25 minutes or so.

Overall I was in there just under an hour.

And that was that. It was definitely not easy, but I'm pretty sure they were so thorough with me because it was dead in there.


Removing Conditions

Sent package to VSC - 8/12/11

NOA1 - 8/16/11

Biometrics - 9/14/11

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I crossed at Pearson on June 6th. My flight was at 4:15 p.m. and I got to the airport at around 12:30 p.m. I wanted to give myself about 4 hours or so because I wasn't sure how busy it would be and how long it would take. I also planned my flight so that I wouldn't have to be at the airport super early or on a busy day. Before I entered, I filled out the blue customs form and then also filled out a white I-94 form. They were both available at the little desk just outside of customs.

After a tearful goodbye with my Mom, I went through Customs in Terminal 1 (Air Canada). I told the 1st officer that I was moving to the U.S. on a K1 visa. He saw that I had been crying, asked me why I looked so nervous. I said I was just sad to be moving away from my family, and would be okay. He was really nice. Told me to relax a bit and make my way through to Secondary.

I went into Secondary and it was realllllly quiet. There was no one else in there. An officer took all my documents and opened up my envelope and started asking me questions and entering stuff in her computer. She asked me various questions all relating back to my packet. How did we meet, where I was moving, where my fiance's parent's were born(i actually didn't know the name of the cities and then she asked why my fiance had never taken me there [to the Phillipines] and I just said because we didn't want to go there at this point in time and she moved one) if we had married yet and maybe a few other questions that I can't recall. She was very stern and serious and a bit scary but mostly just serious. Then she took my fingerprints and the machine was having a hard time reading my fingers... she said it was because they were moist, but I didn't feel like they were moist... anywho, she got me some paper towels and then finally they worked. All this took about 25 minutes or so.

Then she told me to go over to the guy at the table so he could search my bag. I had 2 large suitcases, 1 EXTRA large duffle bag and a carry on suitcase. The agent was pretty friendly, but mostly just down to business. He asked me to take everything out of my bags... and I was a bit annoyed because it was a lot of stuff, so I just said.. well it's all clothes, shoes and purses and accessories and so he just sort of sifted through things and that was that. I fixed all my bags and then was on my way. That took another 25 minutes or so.

Overall I was in there just under an hour.

And that was that. It was definitely not easy, but I'm pretty sure they were so thorough with me because it was dead in there.

That doesnt seem so bad, so you go through the customs first? then the other inspection? like when you get called to the booth or counter I would let the person know that I want to activate my K1 visa, and then they would send me to the other place?or is there a whole separate line up to go through?Im so happy, anxious, and nervous at the same time that im trying to prepare myself :)


K1 Process

I-129F Sent : 2008-02-29

I-129F NOA1: 2008-03-12

I-129F NOA2: 2008-07-15 date on notice

NVC Left: 2008-07-23 date on letter

Packet 3 Received: 2008-10-14 date on letter

Packet 3 Sent: 2009-03-25

Medical: 2008-11-05

Interview Date: 2009-07-08

Visa Approval: 2009-07-08

Visa In Hand: 2009-07-09

Married on: 2009-07-17

AOS Process

Medical: 2009-09-09/Results:2009-09-11

AOS package sent: 2009-10-08

Arrived at lockbox: 2009-10-09

RFE: 2009-10-19/AOS package re-sent: 2009-11

I-485 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-130 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-765 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-131 NOA: 2009-11-25

RFE: 2009-12-21/AOS Requested info sent: 2010-01-12

Biometrics Apt: 2010-01-25

AP Approved!: 2010-02-18

EAD Approved!: 2010-02-24

Case transferred to CSC: 2010-02-24

Touch #1: 2010-03-04

Touch #2: 2010-07-10

Touch #3: 2010-07-14

AOS Card Production Ordered: 2010-07-21

Green Card In Hand: 2010-08-02

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If you look at the near the TOP of the page, you will see POE, and under there you wil most likely find a few reviews from others that have gone thru Pearsons. Best of luck


Canadians Visiting the USA while undergoing the visa process, my free advice:

1) Always tell the TRUTH. never lie to the POE officer

2) Be confident in ur replies

3) keep ur response short and to the point, don't tell ur life story!!

4) look the POE officer in the eye when speaking to them. They are looking for people lieing and have been trained to find them!

5) Pack light! No job resumes with you

6) Bring ties to Canada (letter from employer when ur expected back at work, lease, etc etc)

7) Always be polite, being rude isn't going to get ya anywhere, and could make things worse!!

8) Have a plan in case u do get denied (be polite) It wont harm ur visa application if ur denied,that is if ur polite and didn't lie! Refer to #1

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That doesnt seem so bad, so you go through the customs first? then the other inspection? like when you get called to the booth or counter I would let the person know that I want to activate my K1 visa, and then they would send me to the other place?or is there a whole separate line up to go through?Im so happy, anxious, and nervous at the same time that im trying to prepare myself :)

Toronto Pearson is a pre-clearance centre. So you leave the check-in area and go directly through Customs. Don't forget to fill out the I-94 form outside the Customs area first, as Sapphire says. When you get to the CBP Officer, tell them you are entering on a K-1 visa. They will direct you to the secondary inspection area, and that is where the processing will occur. There is no separate line.


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That doesnt seem so bad, so you go through the customs first? then the other inspection? like when you get called to the booth or counter I would let the person know that I want to activate my K1 visa, and then they would send me to the other place?or is there a whole separate line up to go through?Im so happy, anxious, and nervous at the same time that im trying to prepare myself :)

Toronto Pearson is a pre-clearance centre. So you leave the check-in area and go directly through Customs. Don't forget to fill out the I-94 form outside the Customs area first, as Sapphire says. When you get to the CBP Officer, tell them you are entering on a K-1 visa. They will direct you to the secondary inspection area, and that is where the processing will occur. There is no separate line.

Great! Thank you guys for all of your help! I booked my one way ticket this morning to leave on Tuesday. Im so anxious and Happy that things are finally falling into place. If I have more questions between now and then I will likely be posting them here:)


K1 Process

I-129F Sent : 2008-02-29

I-129F NOA1: 2008-03-12

I-129F NOA2: 2008-07-15 date on notice

NVC Left: 2008-07-23 date on letter

Packet 3 Received: 2008-10-14 date on letter

Packet 3 Sent: 2009-03-25

Medical: 2008-11-05

Interview Date: 2009-07-08

Visa Approval: 2009-07-08

Visa In Hand: 2009-07-09

Married on: 2009-07-17

AOS Process

Medical: 2009-09-09/Results:2009-09-11

AOS package sent: 2009-10-08

Arrived at lockbox: 2009-10-09

RFE: 2009-10-19/AOS package re-sent: 2009-11

I-485 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-130 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-765 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-131 NOA: 2009-11-25

RFE: 2009-12-21/AOS Requested info sent: 2010-01-12

Biometrics Apt: 2010-01-25

AP Approved!: 2010-02-18

EAD Approved!: 2010-02-24

Case transferred to CSC: 2010-02-24

Touch #1: 2010-03-04

Touch #2: 2010-07-10

Touch #3: 2010-07-14

AOS Card Production Ordered: 2010-07-21

Green Card In Hand: 2010-08-02

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That doesnt seem so bad, so you go through the customs first? then the other inspection? like when you get called to the booth or counter I would let the person know that I want to activate my K1 visa, and then they would send me to the other place?or is there a whole separate line up to go through?Im so happy, anxious, and nervous at the same time that im trying to prepare myself :)

Toronto Pearson is a pre-clearance centre. So you leave the check-in area and go directly through Customs. Don't forget to fill out the I-94 form outside the Customs area first, as Sapphire says. When you get to the CBP Officer, tell them you are entering on a K-1 visa. They will direct you to the secondary inspection area, and that is where the processing will occur. There is no separate line.

Great! Thank you guys for all of your help! I booked my one way ticket this morning to leave on Tuesday. Im so anxious and Happy that things are finally falling into place. If I have more questions between now and then I will likely be posting them here:)

Good luck!!


K-1

I-129F sent to Vermont: 2/19/08

NOA1: 2/21/08

NOA2: 3/10/08

Packet 3 recd: 3/25/08

Packet 3 sent: 4/18/08

Appt letter recd: 6/16/08

Interview at Montreal Consulate: 7/10/08 **APPROVED!!**

K1 recd: 7/15/08

US Entry at Buffalo, New York: 11/15/08

Wedding in Philadelphia: 11/22/08

AOS

AOS/EAD/AP filed at Chicago Lockbox: 12/17/08

NOA: 12/29/08

Case transferred to CSC: 1/7/09

AOS Approval: 4/2/09

Biometrics appt: 1/16/09

EAD received: 3/12/09

AP received: 3/13/09

AOS approval notice sent: 4/2/09

GC received: 4/9/09

ROC

Sent package to VSC: 1/5/11

NOA1: 1/7/11

Biometrics: 2/14/11

Approval letter received: 8/1/11

GC received: 8/11/11

Citizenship:

N-400 sent to Dallas lockbox: 3/1/12

NOA1: 3/6/12

Biometrics: 4/9/12

Interview: 5/25/12

Oath Ceremony: 6/4/2012

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Good luck!!

Thank you! I'll be letting everyone know how it goes.


K1 Process

I-129F Sent : 2008-02-29

I-129F NOA1: 2008-03-12

I-129F NOA2: 2008-07-15 date on notice

NVC Left: 2008-07-23 date on letter

Packet 3 Received: 2008-10-14 date on letter

Packet 3 Sent: 2009-03-25

Medical: 2008-11-05

Interview Date: 2009-07-08

Visa Approval: 2009-07-08

Visa In Hand: 2009-07-09

Married on: 2009-07-17

AOS Process

Medical: 2009-09-09/Results:2009-09-11

AOS package sent: 2009-10-08

Arrived at lockbox: 2009-10-09

RFE: 2009-10-19/AOS package re-sent: 2009-11

I-485 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-130 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-765 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-131 NOA: 2009-11-25

RFE: 2009-12-21/AOS Requested info sent: 2010-01-12

Biometrics Apt: 2010-01-25

AP Approved!: 2010-02-18

EAD Approved!: 2010-02-24

Case transferred to CSC: 2010-02-24

Touch #1: 2010-03-04

Touch #2: 2010-07-10

Touch #3: 2010-07-14

AOS Card Production Ordered: 2010-07-21

Green Card In Hand: 2010-08-02

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Pearson is great for a POE i went thru there was so darn easy ... go for it won't be a problem

When i wnt thru there the place was empty and didn'n take too long .. they didnt even ask me any questions .. just took my fingerprints and a picture told me to have a seat about 15 minutes later i was on my way that was it.

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Pearson is great for a POE i went thru there was so darn easy ... go for it won't be a problem

When i wnt thru there the place was empty and didn'n take too long .. they didnt even ask me any questions .. just took my fingerprints and a picture told me to have a seat about 15 minutes later i was on my way that was it.

All these positive experiences from people make me feel much more relieved. I do have one question while I am thinking of it though...has anyone ever mailed their xray to the address which they will be staying at, instead of bringing it with them? In the letter I got from the consulate it says that the xray is not required at the POE. Does anyone wish to share their experience regarding the xray? I am debating on what I should do tomorrow.


K1 Process

I-129F Sent : 2008-02-29

I-129F NOA1: 2008-03-12

I-129F NOA2: 2008-07-15 date on notice

NVC Left: 2008-07-23 date on letter

Packet 3 Received: 2008-10-14 date on letter

Packet 3 Sent: 2009-03-25

Medical: 2008-11-05

Interview Date: 2009-07-08

Visa Approval: 2009-07-08

Visa In Hand: 2009-07-09

Married on: 2009-07-17

AOS Process

Medical: 2009-09-09/Results:2009-09-11

AOS package sent: 2009-10-08

Arrived at lockbox: 2009-10-09

RFE: 2009-10-19/AOS package re-sent: 2009-11

I-485 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-130 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-765 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-131 NOA: 2009-11-25

RFE: 2009-12-21/AOS Requested info sent: 2010-01-12

Biometrics Apt: 2010-01-25

AP Approved!: 2010-02-18

EAD Approved!: 2010-02-24

Case transferred to CSC: 2010-02-24

Touch #1: 2010-03-04

Touch #2: 2010-07-10

Touch #3: 2010-07-14

AOS Card Production Ordered: 2010-07-21

Green Card In Hand: 2010-08-02

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If you wanted to mail your xray that is fine. You definitely won't require it at the POE. Your yellow sealed envelope has your immigration file in it, including your medical report. Part of the medical report is the x-ray report. Since immigration officers are not medically trained to review xrays they take the radiologists report's conclusions. Your x-ray is a nice souvenir that you can use as a baseline for your annual medical when you get a family doctor here in the US. You won't need it to enter the country.

Good luck at your POE.


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If you wanted to mail your xray that is fine. You definitely won't require it at the POE. Your yellow sealed envelope has your immigration file in it, including your medical report. Part of the medical report is the x-ray report. Since immigration officers are not medically trained to review xrays they take the radiologists report's conclusions. Your x-ray is a nice souvenir that you can use as a baseline for your annual medical when you get a family doctor here in the US. You won't need it to enter the country.

Good luck at your POE.

Good to know, thanks so much Kathryn41.


K1 Process

I-129F Sent : 2008-02-29

I-129F NOA1: 2008-03-12

I-129F NOA2: 2008-07-15 date on notice

NVC Left: 2008-07-23 date on letter

Packet 3 Received: 2008-10-14 date on letter

Packet 3 Sent: 2009-03-25

Medical: 2008-11-05

Interview Date: 2009-07-08

Visa Approval: 2009-07-08

Visa In Hand: 2009-07-09

Married on: 2009-07-17

AOS Process

Medical: 2009-09-09/Results:2009-09-11

AOS package sent: 2009-10-08

Arrived at lockbox: 2009-10-09

RFE: 2009-10-19/AOS package re-sent: 2009-11

I-485 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-130 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-765 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-131 NOA: 2009-11-25

RFE: 2009-12-21/AOS Requested info sent: 2010-01-12

Biometrics Apt: 2010-01-25

AP Approved!: 2010-02-18

EAD Approved!: 2010-02-24

Case transferred to CSC: 2010-02-24

Touch #1: 2010-03-04

Touch #2: 2010-07-10

Touch #3: 2010-07-14

AOS Card Production Ordered: 2010-07-21

Green Card In Hand: 2010-08-02

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If you wanted to mail your xray that is fine. You definitely won't require it at the POE. Your yellow sealed envelope has your immigration file in it, including your medical report. Part of the medical report is the x-ray report. Since immigration officers are not medically trained to review xrays they take the radiologists report's conclusions. Your x-ray is a nice souvenir that you can use as a baseline for your annual medical when you get a family doctor here in the US. You won't need it to enter the country.

Good luck at your POE.

Good to know, thanks so much Kathryn41.

hey all.

Everything went well for me at secondary inspection at Pearson. A customs officer took my folder that I was given before secondary inspection, I was told to take a seat, and I waited about an hour and a half (it was really busy there this morning). Then when my name was finally called the customs officer came over to me, asked me for my package, I gave it to him, asked me when I was getting married, I told him hopefully the 18 (this weekend) he said okay and that he was going to process my package and told me to take a seat and he would come back out to get me. He had also said when he came back that he would look through my bags, and then I would be on my way. He came back out, I put my bags up for him, he asked me standard questions that they normally ask at customs goods, alcohol, funds, etc...searched through my bags, had me pack them back up. He then gave me back the sheet of paper that was attached outside of my brown envelope, and my passport. Then he told me my 90 day dead line, and showed me the stamp and I-94. I thanked him, and he showed me where to exit. I didnt get printed, or my picture done. Im just really happy that it all went well. Now Im in Colorado awaiting my connecting flight to my final destination. Thank you all for your help and support.


K1 Process

I-129F Sent : 2008-02-29

I-129F NOA1: 2008-03-12

I-129F NOA2: 2008-07-15 date on notice

NVC Left: 2008-07-23 date on letter

Packet 3 Received: 2008-10-14 date on letter

Packet 3 Sent: 2009-03-25

Medical: 2008-11-05

Interview Date: 2009-07-08

Visa Approval: 2009-07-08

Visa In Hand: 2009-07-09

Married on: 2009-07-17

AOS Process

Medical: 2009-09-09/Results:2009-09-11

AOS package sent: 2009-10-08

Arrived at lockbox: 2009-10-09

RFE: 2009-10-19/AOS package re-sent: 2009-11

I-485 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-130 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-765 NOA: 2009-11-25

I-131 NOA: 2009-11-25

RFE: 2009-12-21/AOS Requested info sent: 2010-01-12

Biometrics Apt: 2010-01-25

AP Approved!: 2010-02-18

EAD Approved!: 2010-02-24

Case transferred to CSC: 2010-02-24

Touch #1: 2010-03-04

Touch #2: 2010-07-10

Touch #3: 2010-07-14

AOS Card Production Ordered: 2010-07-21

Green Card In Hand: 2010-08-02

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