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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I received instruction from the Consulate in Montreal to file my forms and payment online. The website was extremely confusing, not to mention it never prompted me to submit payment, nor were any of the menu options showing payment options. Each menu online provided extensive detailed information.

In addition, everything I have read says the Consulate uses DHL, but when trying to submit on the website, only Loomis locations appear. Any idea how I set up shipping even if I submit the forms manually?

Has anyone else experienced the same challenge with the website?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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I received instruction from the Consulate in Montreal to file my forms and payment online. The website was extremely confusing, not to mention it never prompted me to submit payment, nor were any of the menu options showing payment options. Each menu online provided extensive detailed information.

In addition, everything I have read says the Consulate uses DHL, but when trying to submit on the website, only Loomis locations appear. Any idea how I set up shipping even if I submit the forms manually?

Has anyone else experienced the same challenge with the website?

Loomis is DHL. You set it up online. You don't pay for the interview until you are going to book the interview. You need to deal with P3 and send that back first. Then wait for P4 to book and pay for the interview. Please read the pinned guides in this Canada section for the Montreal Consulate.

There is no electronic form submission for K-1. You have to mail it back to them.

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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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^^ Yeah that.

One thing that I didn't quite understand when I was going through the process... even though *you* may be ready to book and pay for the interview, if there are no interviews available, there is no option to pay in advance. You cannot pay until there interview slots open up. The guides for Montreal here in the Canada forum are great. Read them. Learn them. Live them.

Good luck!


The K-1 Visa journey for myself and my two K-2 children:

K-1: NOA1 2011-8-10; NOA2 2012-1-12; Interview 2012-4-24; Visa issued 2012-9-17; POE (Sarnia) 2012-9-26; Wedding! 2012-10-02
AOS: NOA1 2012-11-20; Biometrics 2012-12-14; AP/EAD approved 2013-1-11; Interview 2013-1-31; 2-yr Green cards in hand 2013-2-9 (101 days total)

ROC: NOA1 11-7-14; Biometrics 12-1-14; 10-yr Green cards ordered 4-13-15! (157 days total)

Counting down to naturalization time!

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