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Is it still impossible to change interview appointments reasonably? My wife is scheduled to have her CR-1 interview in Montreal on Feb 7, but is also scheduled to give a presentation at an Information Sciences Conference in Seattle on Feb 9.

Anyway this could happeb?

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I don't know about Montreal, but Vancouver were able to move my K-1 interview from end of May 2009 to end of April 2009 because I told them I was a teacher and my work needed to know ASAP whether or not I was coming back in September. I just emailed them the day I got my Packet 4 letter and they were very prompt in responding, and very reasonable about moving the interview.

Email them and give it a shot. At the very least, it won't hurt.


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Is it still impossible to change interview appointments reasonably? My wife is scheduled to have her CR-1 interview in Montreal on Feb 7, but is also scheduled to give a presentation at an Information Sciences Conference in Seattle on Feb 9.

Anyway this could happeb?

You can easily change the date by using the http://www.usvisa-info.com/en-CA/selfservice/ss_country_welcome site but she could be in for a mighty long wait .Maybe a few months of waiting, I know there have been a few people who have done it a few months ago but I do not remember how long of a wait they had think 8 weeks or so. I would call one of the numbers below and see what they say.

Applicants can pay their visa application fee, arrange for courier service, get information, and make an appointment through this service.

Applicants can access this service by logging into this Web site or by calling our local numbers in Canada:

Calgary - 403.800.1194

Halifax - 902.982.2191

Montreal - 514.400.2591

Ottawa - 613.800.0917

Toronto - 647.955.3736

Vancouver - 604.800.2794

Quebec City - 418.800.1751


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Thanks so much. I tried using the service, and everything was going well, it offered some alternate dates but I didn't select one yet.

So I decided to call, see how that went, ...and here's where I have problems.

She has an interview for Feb 7, according to the letter we received from NVC. However, when I called to check on our appointment and possibly change it...it's not showing us as having an appointment in the automated system, and unfortunately their offices were closed.

I'll call back on Tuesday, hopefully we didn't lose our Feb 7 date, because we'll take that over the first date they had available after that online, April 5th.

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Yes, going through montreal, changing your appt date would definately add extra months to your process.


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