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Consulate in Montreal waiting times for interview 2014 k1 visa

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Does anybody know how long is the waiting time for the K1 visa interview in Montreal? I'm a mexican citizen, we filed on June 6th 2014, we received a RFE (letter of intent to marry)... I'm in Mexico and we had chosen Cd. Juarez Consulate for my interview. Now I plan to move to Canada and I have read it may take up to 6 months to get an interview, is that true? Please, enlighten me!

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Oh ok... I don't think it's 6 month but check the Canada forum. From what I've seen people are getting interviews for January and February.


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August 16 2013: Started dating

July 6 2014: Got engaged! (L)

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What do you mean this year? You just got a RFE, not even sure they will let you change consulates right? Until you get your NOA2 and then your case number it's impossible to even try and book an appointment, to my knowledge, maybe someone that knows more will chime in. What I see is people who can book interviews now, are getting appointments for mid January and February in Montreal.


''No matter how painful distance can be, not having you in my life would be worse''

August 16 2013: Started dating

July 6 2014: Got engaged! (L)

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Ok, this is the thing. I'm a mexican citizen, we filed to be forwarded to CD Juarez. I'm also a permanent resident of Canada, I'm thinking to go back to Canada early January, just to work for a while. We don't know if we can leave the filing in Cd Juarez, what I mean is this: can I be in Canada and just come to the interview (in case of we being approved). To Cd Juarez or. I must change my address so my petition can be forwarded to Montreal (where I know the waiting time is longer than in Cd Juarez)?

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