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How long between NOA2 and Interview?

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I'm curious for others experiences. We got our NOA2 today (woo!) and I'm wondering how long it took for everyone else to go from NOA2 to interview at the Montreal Consulate. I know it could vary for everyone based on how fast things go through, but how long did it take you? If everything goes well am I looking at 2 months or another 4?

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4months for Darrell and I ... NOA2 in May 27th Interview scheduled for Sept 7th


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[03-24-2014] ROC paperwork sent.

[03-25-2014] NOA1.

[04-21-2014] Biometrics

[06-17-2014] Card in production

[06-25-2014] Card in HAND

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The CSC website has been showing October dates for the last couple of weeks. I got my NOA2 in April and my interview is in August.

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NOA2 in April, interview in August, like a previous poster said. :)


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NOA2 late April, original interview appointment scheduled for Sept. 14 -- got lucky and got one on August 8.

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2010-11-22: I-129F Sent

2010-11-23: I-129F Received

2010-11-29: NOA1

2010-12-29: Touched

2011-03-18: Touched

2011-04-15: NOA2

2011-04-25: NVC Received

2011-05-06: Packet 3 Issued

2011-06-04: Packet 3 Logged/Packet 4 Sent (Delayed as we forgot the DS-160)

2011-08-02: Medical

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NOA2 late April, original interview appointment scheduled for Sept. 14 -- got lucky and got one on August 8.

Nice! :)


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