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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Hello!

I hope that someone can assist me with this question - I have been googling for a while and can't seem to find the answer - perhaps one of you has gone through the same situation as myself.

I current reside in Toronto, Canada, I am a legal permanent resident and hold a resident card (green card for Canada). I moved over here with my family when I was young, but I am not a citizen, just a legal resident. I was born in England and still hold a U.K. passport (citizen of the UK), however, I've been in Canada for 25 years.

I married my husband, who is an American and lives in Virginia, and we're going through consular processing. Our i-130 has been approved so now we're just waiting for our NVC case number to be assigned to continue with the next steps of the process.

My question is about the interview... does anyone know if the Montreal U.S. Consulate will automatically be assigned as the interview location, keeping in mind I'm a resident of Canada, not a citizen. Or will we have to travel to London, England to have the interview, even though I do not live in England and haven't for the past 25 years.

So, long question short - Where would a Canadian resident with U.K. citizenship married to an American be assigned for the final interview? I am REALLY hoping that it's Montreal. a 4 hour drive is much cheaper and convenient than a 6 hour flight.

Thank you!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nepal
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As far as i know from what lawyer said, your interview will be in the closet embassy of your residence

as i am nepali citizen and have been working and living in delhi, my lawyer told we will be interview in delhi.

Although we are in uscis yet.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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You might want to consider getting your Canadian Citizenship.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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You will do the interview in Canada, as you have got legal status there. I am from Canada, was a permanent resident in NZ, and interviewed in Auckland.


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Filed: Country: Canada
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Hello!

I hope that someone can assist me with this question - I have been googling for a while and can't seem to find the answer - perhaps one of you has gone through the same situation as myself.

I current reside in Toronto, Canada, I am a legal permanent resident and hold a resident card (green card for Canada). I moved over here with my family when I was young, but I am not a citizen, just a legal resident. I was born in England and still hold a U.K. passport (citizen of the UK), however, I've been in Canada for 25 years.

I married my husband, who is an American and lives in Virginia, and we're going through consular processing. Our i-130 has been approved so now we're just waiting for our NVC case number to be assigned to continue with the next steps of the process.

My question is about the interview... does anyone know if the Montreal U.S. Consulate will automatically be assigned as the interview location, keeping in mind I'm a resident of Canada, not a citizen. Or will we have to travel to London, England to have the interview, even though I do not live in England and haven't for the past 25 years.

So, long question short - Where would a Canadian resident with U.K. citizenship married to an American be assigned for the final interview? I am REALLY hoping that it's Montreal. a 4 hour drive is much cheaper and convenient than a 6 hour flight.

Thank you!

It will be in Montreal as you live in Canada and not in the UK... I am from Toronto too.

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