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Postponing interview at Montreal? Possible job opportunity.

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Hi everyone! So, I just received a job interview request for a really great position (and my fiancé and I could really use the money as a young couple). I also JUST booked my visa appointment for April 17th, after becoming fed up with my long job search here..

Would it be bad to simply, continually reschedule my visa appointment in Montreal at a later date until we find out about this job? If the job pans out, I'd probably want to postpone the visa appointment until August. Would I need to contact the consulate in Montreal and explain myself? Thanks for any help/advice!

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Thanks for the reply JolyDan and congrats on your approval! I called to speak with appointment scheduling services just now and it's fine if I reschedule for a few months later. Montreal automatically extends the expiration date on the NOA2 as needed, but other consulates could ask you to fill a form out.

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