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What exactly is sent with Packet 3?

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I have been asking a lot about packet 3 stuff lately and I apologize. I have been trying to find the information for myself but it is proving to be difficult.

What exactly am I sending out with my Packet 3? It is going to Montreal. I know the forms that I need to fill out, but do they all get sent in the mail, or do some go to the interview?

What forms does my fiance have to fill out? Do they get sent with the rest of the stuff in packet 3?

Do I pay for my interview now, or do I wait for packet 4?

Where do I find the address for the Montreal Consulate? how does DHL work? I haven't heard of this service before. My closest location is in Barrie Ont. I assume I go there and send it?

Sorry if these are really stupid questions. I am feeling very overwhelmed with this and work. any helo would be greatly appreciated!


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ROC Process

12-13-2013 * 90 day window to apply opens

02-24-2014 * ROC package sent to USCIS Vermont Service Center

02-25-2014 * ROC package received at USCIS Vermont Service Center

02-26-2014 * NOA1 notice date

02-28-2014 * Cheque cashed

03-05-2014 * Biometrics notice date

03-28-2014 * Biometrics Appointment in Baltimore

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http://montreal.usconsulate.gov/content/content.asp?section=visas&document=visa_pkt3

This link tells you everything that Montreal requires for Packet 3. Only send in the forms and the other requirements (passport photos, checklist, etc).

You can use DHL to send it to Montreal or you can use Canada Post. I sent it Xpresspost and it got there the next day and was signed for.

The address of the Montreal consulate is on the bottom of the webpage.

The checklist is things that you will need to have for the interview. Right now you're just sending them the checklist so that they know you will be ready. Checkmark the things you will have.

Send in the completed forms, and wait for Packet 4. Packet 4 will detail the medical and the scheduling of the interview process.

When you go to the interview, bring copies of everything you sent in Packet 3 as well as a copy of your original I-129F petition package. Also an updated letter of intent to marry signed by you and one by your fiance. This should have an original signature (with a date closer to your interview, so wait to gather this stuff). You'll also need your I-134 and supporting evidence. Police certificate, long form birth certificate, medical exam results also need to be brought as well as proof of an ongoing relationship.

DHL is where Montreal will send your passport with your Visa once it's approved and completed. You will go there to pick it up.

Do not pay for your interview now. I am sure Packet 4 will give you detailed instructions on what to do.

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That is what I thought. I just wanted to make sure. I feel kind of silly asking questions that are pretty easy to figure out. I was getting confused with the checklist and thought some of that stuff had to go with the packet 3.

I really really appreciate the help! I do keep reading this site and I find it very informative and helpful. You especially are a great help to me!

:D


formerly sherrybaby

ROC Process

12-13-2013 * 90 day window to apply opens

02-24-2014 * ROC package sent to USCIS Vermont Service Center

02-25-2014 * ROC package received at USCIS Vermont Service Center

02-26-2014 * NOA1 notice date

02-28-2014 * Cheque cashed

03-05-2014 * Biometrics notice date

03-28-2014 * Biometrics Appointment in Baltimore

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No, the only thing going with packet three is the checklist itself, the forms listed on the website, and the other requirements listed there. That's it. :)

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moving thread to:

US Embassy and Consulate Discussion

This is the place to post your experiences or questions related to this last step before moving to the US. Topics relating to I-134's, packets sent from consulate and medical & police certificates should be posted here.


YMMV

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