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I was wanting to know what paperwork is actually sent to the beneficiary? If Any? I know we can request it all to be done by email but do they send anything else from the NVC - Consulate.

much appreciated

Terri


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04/28/2011 - I-129F - DENIED

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02/24/2012 - NOA1
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Interview:10/22/2012
POE: 10/26/2012 (245 days)

Removal of Conditions

Filed for ROC - 06/09/2015

NOA1 for ROC - 06/12/2015

Biometrics appointment - 07/17/2015

Approval for ROC - 04/20/2016 (316 days)

Naturalization Process

N-400 Filed 06/10/2016

N-400 NOA1 06/14/2016

N-400 biometrics 06/20/16

N-400 interview 01/23/2017

N-400 Oath ceremony 02/10/2017

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Hi Everyone

I was wanting to know what paperwork is actually sent to the beneficiary? If Any? I know we can request it all to be done by email but do they send anything else from the NVC - Consulate.

much appreciated

Terri

It looks, from your timeline, that you're waiting to for your NOA2. NVC should send a letter to you, but I'm not sure if the beneficiary gets one (I didn't, anyway). In theory :lol: Montreal will send her packet 3, although all it is is a list of what you'll need for the interview (which you can find here), which forms you need to send in now (which you can find here) and your new case number (which will be on your NVC paperwork or you can call either NVC or DHS to get that number). Having said that, Montreal often doesn't get that packet to your beneficiary at all or it takes several weeks from the time NVC will tell you it's been sent out so you don't actually have to wait for it to be in your hands to take the next steps. Other than that, after they receive her packet 3, they'll send packet 4 which is just instructions for how to book an interview online (although it's really not complicated and if you do have trouble, lots of people in the Canada forum would be willing to help her out).


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It looks, from your timeline, that you're waiting to for your NOA2. NVC should send a letter to you, but I'm not sure if the beneficiary gets one (I didn't, anyway). In theory :lol: Montreal will send her packet 3, although all it is is a list of what you'll need for the interview (which you can find here), which forms you need to send in now (which you can find here) and your new case number (which will be on your NVC paperwork or you can call either NVC or DHS to get that number). Having said that, Montreal often doesn't get that packet to your beneficiary at all or it takes several weeks from the time NVC will tell you it's been sent out so you don't actually have to wait for it to be in your hands to take the next steps. Other than that, after they receive her packet 3, they'll send packet 4 which is just instructions for how to book an interview online (although it's really not complicated and if you do have trouble, lots of people in the Canada forum would be willing to help her out).

Thanks a bunch. I am going to just do the email thing and not trust the mail here as quite often our mail goes into the wrong box.. YIKES.. anyways I have already set up my account to book interview when it gets to that point here in Vancouver. They are pretty darned quick with appt dates. We are sure hoping this time goes better and faster than the last one.

Much appreciated

Terri

ps I'm the beneficiary

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Fiance visa

04/28/2011 - I-129F - DENIED

02/18/2012 - I-129F petition filed
02/24/2012 - NOA1
09/04/2012 - NOA2, 193 days

Interview:10/22/2012
POE: 10/26/2012 (245 days)

Removal of Conditions

Filed for ROC - 06/09/2015

NOA1 for ROC - 06/12/2015

Biometrics appointment - 07/17/2015

Approval for ROC - 04/20/2016 (316 days)

Naturalization Process

N-400 Filed 06/10/2016

N-400 NOA1 06/14/2016

N-400 biometrics 06/20/16

N-400 interview 01/23/2017

N-400 Oath ceremony 02/10/2017

Immigration Process took 2116 days.

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