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Filed: Other Country: Canada
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Hi...

So J&J and I had our interview on the same day, and she got a hit on her enveloppe while checking the Canada Post website... I haven`t got anything yet... When is it 'normal' to start worrying about Montreal having lost, forgotten, used as fire starter my enveloppe with my visa?

And can DOS inform you of anything? Like when it was shipped and such?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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A lot of times Canada post is slow with their updating system. Some ppl have said theirs never did post any updates, some got and update after the package was already delivered.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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My interview was March 16 and my passport was not put in the mail until March 23.

Longest week of my life.. lol.

I also called Canadapost the morning of the 23rd. They were able to tell me it was in the mail before the website had any info.

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Hi...

So J&J and I had our interview on the same day, and she got a hit on her enveloppe while checking the Canada Post website... I haven`t got anything yet... When is it 'normal' to start worrying about Montreal having lost, forgotten, used as fire starter my enveloppe with my visa?

And can DOS inform you of anything? Like when it was shipped and such?

:wacko:

I was more impatient than worried, they didnt put mine in the mail until 1 day shy of the full 2 weeks after the interview for me.

Montreal is slow, remember that, slow and inconsistant at EVERYTHING. People that had their interviews the day before me, had their envelopes in the mail that evening.

Get mad after 2 weeks, you were approved, they arent going to change their minds or something.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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Hi...

So J&J and I had our interview on the same day, and she got a hit on her enveloppe while checking the Canada Post website... I haven`t got anything yet... When is it 'normal' to start worrying about Montreal having lost, forgotten, used as fire starter my enveloppe with my visa?

And can DOS inform you of anything? Like when it was shipped and such?

:wacko:

I know where you are comming from, there was 3 people from vj the day i had my interview and they got their visa within a few days of their interview and the guy who interviewed me said it would be put in the mail in about 5 days from the approval date. I Waited coz it was a holdiday in quebec and then july 4th i was like you i got worred as they got theres. I emailed montreal with the subject line approved k1 visa (case number) and date of approval. I Just asked them where it was. They emailed me back in about 15 mins saying that my visa had been mailed to me hat morning, then instantly i got an email from canada post saying my package had been accepted at the post office. Did you write down your tracking number if you did you can set up instant notification by email or text that you package is on its way. Came to find out that the printer broke at the consulate and they were unable to print visas for 2 days.


Aug 23 2010 - mailed via USPS overnight courier to USCIS

Aug 24 2010 - received a USCIS at 11.40am signed for by Chyba

Sept 1 2010 - received email and text confirmation for AOS,EAD,AP

Sept 7 2010 - received hard copy of NOA1 for AOS,EAD,AP

Sept 10 2010 - received biometrics apt letter for Oct 1, attempting walkin Sept 17

Sept 17 2010 - successful walk-in biometrics apt

Sept 20 - EAD and AOS touched

Sept 27 - received email and text at 7:30pm that my AOS was transfered to CSC (yeah no interview)

Sept 29 - case touched, arrived at CSC received email and text from USCIS

Oct 4 - AOS touched

Oct 6 - AOS touched

Oct 7 - AOS touched again!!!!

Oct 14 - AOS touched again!!!

Oct 15 - AOS touched again

Oct 19 - AP approved (no email or text notification of approval)

Oct 21 - EAD approved received text and email of card production ordered.

Oct 25 - Received Hardcopy of AP in the mail

Oct 29 - Received another text that EAD card was mailed (post decision activity)

Nov 1 - Received EAD card in the mail

Nov 9 - RFE for vaccination record transcribed over to I693 form

Nov 13 - Found Dr. who would complete just the vaccination part of the form yeaaaah!!!

Nov 17 - USCIS received my RFE response papers in California

Dec 3 - Received email and text confirmation that my case was updated from RFE to RFE review response

Dec 9 - Green Card approved, never received any email or text and my USCIS case still shows in RFE Response review

Dec 14 - Received my approval notice and welcome to America letter advising it was approved Dec 9th

Dec 17 - Green card received, finally done with USCIS for 2 years

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Filed: Other Country: Canada
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beantown79,

Yeah, I think I remember you waiting for your visa... Gosh, I just feel like I`m so helpless and keep imagining crazy scenarios... I just CAN`T WAIT to be done with all this waiting around and worrying... :bonk:


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Hi...

So J&J and I had our interview on the same day, and she got a hit on her enveloppe while checking the Canada Post website... I haven`t got anything yet... When is it 'normal' to start worrying about Montreal having lost, forgotten, used as fire starter my enveloppe with my visa?

And can DOS inform you of anything? Like when it was shipped and such?

:wacko:

My envelope didn't even show up on tracking til i had it in my hand. i wouldn't worry. took exactly 7 days for me to get it.

the guy told me it would be in the mail that day or the next..well it didn't get put in the mail til the following monday. took a few days to mail it. they are Soooo slow.

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