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K1 Packet 3

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Hi,

I am waiting for my packet 3 Instructions from Montreal.

Since sometimes I am not at home, I wonder in what way they will mail

the instructions.

Does someone need to be at home to sign for it or just left in the mailbox?

Thanks.


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When I received mine over a year ago, it was sent through regular mail. No signature required! Hope this helps!


For our detailed K-1, AOS and ROC journey, see the "about me" page on our profile!

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Mine came regular mail and my fiance also got a copy of it in the US.


Sent AOS pack......2011-08-08

NOA's dated ..........2011-08-15

Biometrics..............2011-09-13

EAD card.................2011-10-26

AP card....................2011-10-26

AOS approved .......2011-12-19

Green card rec.......2011-12-27

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It was regular mail last month, too! Though it's worth noting that you don't need to wait for the instructions to complete, you can send the required forms before receiving the packet from Montreal. (Some people recently have reported never receiving P3 at all, so it would definitely speed things up!)


K1:
10-27-10 : I129F Sent
11-03-10 : NOA1
04-06-11 : NOA2
06-20-11 : Medical (Toronto)
08-03-11 : Interview - APPROVED!
08-12-11 : Visa in Hand & POE
09-17-11 : Wedding <3

AOS:
11-02-11 : AOS Sent
12-05-11 : RFE
12-09-11 : Biometrics
01-11-12 : EAD/AP Card received
01-30-12 : AOS Interview
02-03-12 : Card Production Ordered
02-08-12 : Green Card received

ROC:

11-22-13 : ROC Sent

11-27-13 : NOA

12-17-13 : Biometrics

04-01-14 : RFE

05-16-14 : RFE Response Sent

05-22-14 : Card Production Ordered

05-30-14 : Card in hand

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Does someone need to be at home to sign for it or just left in the mailbox?

Just in the mailbox by regular snail mail. You can be updated on your case by calling Department of State (1-202-663-1225, press 1, press 0). Have your MTL0000000 case number ready.

There is nothing more in your Packet 3 instructions than what is listed on the consulates website here : http://montreal.usconsulate.gov/content/content.asp?section=visas&document=index

Tip : save time and start gathering everything now. As soon as DOS tells you it's been mailed to you, send your package to Montreal.


US citizen since April 2016

ROC completed April 2014

AOS from K1 completed February 2012

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