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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Mexico
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we just received our appointment letter for our GC for the 7th of July but we are in a dilemma. My wife is a teacher and she has to attend a teacher conference the same day in San Antonio Texas which is around 4-5 from where we live, if we reschedule how much longer do you think it will take to get a new interview?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Depends on how ever busy the place is. Could be a week could be months. They fit you in based on their schedules.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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we just received our appointment letter for our GC for the 7th of July but we are in a dilemma. My wife is a teacher and she has to attend a teacher conference the same day in San Antonio Texas which is around 4-5 from where we live, if we reschedule how much longer do you think it will take to get a new interview?

I'd be careful about trying to reschedule the interview. They have a bad habit of claiming they either didn't get the request to reschedule the interview, or they reschedule it and somehow this information never gets to the IO's desk, who still expects you to show up on the original interview day. In either case, if they expect you to show up and you don't then the application will be denied, and you'll have to petition to have the case reopened. Is there any way she can beg out of the teacher's conference? Your AOS interview is more important.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Mexico
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I'd be careful about trying to reschedule the interview. They have a bad habit of claiming they either didn't get the request to reschedule the interview, or they reschedule it and somehow this information never gets to the IO's desk, who still expects you to show up on the original interview day. In either case, if they expect you to show up and you don't then the application will be denied, and you'll have to petition to have the case reopened. Is there any way she can beg out of the teacher's conference? Your AOS interview is more important.

Thanks for your response, the interview is definitely our priority but the conference is out of town and if she doesn't attend we would have to pay the expenses for the conference that was already paid for by the school district.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Peru
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My husband flight to Israel was booked for the day of our interview,we think,and this is only my personal opinion, is not a good idea reschedule since it is not an emergency situation like an illness, so we change my husband's flight paying $300 more...at first we thought reschedule but talking to other people of this forum we did not reschedule..is too risky.

I totally understand a conference is very important but if you have a way to avoid reschedule,would be great..

good luck !!!!

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Filed: Country: Mexico
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we just received our appointment letter for our GC for the 7th of July but we are in a dilemma. My wife is a teacher and she has to attend a teacher conference the same day in San Antonio Texas which is around 4-5 from where we live, if we reschedule how much longer do you think it will take to get a new interview?

If you read through this thread, there were a couple people that were successful at getting theirs changed by writing their local office. http://www.visajourn...atus-interview/

Also, someone from the AOS January 2011 filers thread was able to successfully cancel their appointment without a denial so they could go on their honeymoon, which was already planned and paid for. They are still waiting for it to be rescheduled though, so I cannot answer as to how long you have to wait for a new interview date.

Good luck!


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