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Montreal: did you "register for appointment online"? Or just went to the interview?

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Hi,

Once the interview date is known (from KCC), is it really required to "register for appointment online"?

Or can I just go to the interview with no further steps? (apart from the medical)

I am bit confused with the instructions for Montreal.

The instructions for Montreal say this:

<<STEP 1: REGISTER FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT ONLINE
Please visit https://ais.usvisa-info.com/en-ca/iv/information/iv_servicesand follow
instructions to register your NVC/KCC appointment online.

Select IV Service:
"I need to an Immigrant Visa appointment" (<----- not sure if this is the right selection)

IMPORTANT:
PLEASE REGISTER YOUR APPOINTMENT ONLINE BEFORE GOING TO YOUR INTERVIEW.
IF YOU DO NOT, THERE MAY BE A DELAY IN THE RETURN OF YOUR VISA AND PASSPORT>>

Bottom line is:

I don't want to mess my appointment by doing something wrong on that website and I prefer to get some advice first.

Please advise.

Thank you in advance,

P.

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I am replying to myself in the hope that this could be helpful to others.

Once the interview was scheduled by KCC, and I logged on to see the actual interview date on the Entrant Status Check Web site, I indeed had to register online for the appointment in Montreal here:

https://ais.usvisa-i...ion/iv_services

At this stage:

Select IV Service:

the right selection seems to be:
"I need to an Immigrant Visa appointment"

(and not the one that says DV Lottery appointment).

You can then add multiple applicants, and select the branch for Loomis.

Then the site shows your appointment date: you don't have to enter this date as the site will find it based on your information and show it to you.

You then get a page to print out for the interview. It has all the applicants' information, interview date and Courier branch.

In summary, you do have to register your appointment (received from KCC) on the site above before you go to your interview in Montreal.

P.

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