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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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We are a K1/K2 case. I will be bringing my daughter with me to my interview in Vancouver. She is 6. Have others brought their children with them as well? I know that bringing them to the interview is not mandatory but I am not fortunate enough to have someone to keep her over a day or two while I fly to Vancouver for the Interview. I'm secretly hoping we will be lucky enough to get interview and medical dates close together so we only have to make one trip. Just wondering how the interview goes with a kiddo in tow.

TIA :)


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31.03.2010- I129F Filed (K1/K2)
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04.29.2011- AOS Filed (K1/K2)
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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
Timeline

We are a K1/K2 case. I will be bringing my daughter with me to my interview in Vancouver. She is 6. Have others brought their children with them as well? I know that bringing them to the interview is not mandatory but I am not fortunate enough to have someone to keep her over a day or two while I fly to Vancouver for the Interview. I'm secretly hoping we will be lucky enough to get interview and medical dates close together so we only have to make one trip. Just wondering how the interview goes with a kiddo in tow.

TIA :)

Normally the consultate/embassy makes it quite easy to complete the medical and interview in the same trip (often the same day), and are especially congnicent of this when you are from out of town/province. The forms you fill out when you get your packet 3 will ask you about the children for the K-2s and whether they are accompanying you to the interview. As this question makes it seem like it is optional, I suppose it is..

However, I would bring the little one along with you anyway. Just in case...

If you check out the sample DS-230 there is a spot for information on accompaying children. And if you checkout the checklist for packet 3 packet 3 vancouver it asks about accompanying children.


K-1 Timeline

Met: Feb 17, 2009

Engaged: Jan 4, 2010

I-129 Package Sent: Jan 4, 2010

NOA1 Recieved: Jan 11, 2010

NOA2 Approved:Mar 30, 2010 (79 days)

NVC Case Number Recieved: April 9, 2010

Embassy/Consulate(Vancouver) Recieved: April 6, 2010!! (DOS is soo much faster)

Packet 3 Recieved: April 19, 2010

Packet 4 Recieved: April 22, 2010

Interview Date: June 3rd, 2010

POE: Peace Arch (BC/Wash) June 8,2010 (complete in 20 mins)

Wedding: Aug 7, 2010

AOS Timeline

AOS Packet, EAD, AP Documents sent: September 3, 2010

AOS NOA 1: September 13, 2010

AOS transfered to CSC: October 14, 2010 (I hope thats a good thing time-wise)

Realized I'm missing my Biometrics Appointment Letter: October 25, 2010

Called USCIS to advise of above: October 26, 2010

Waiting....

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