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Finally survied the Texas Service center nightmare (since Oct!) They approved our visa with 0 RFEs (thanks to this site for making sure I had everything before I sent) I called the NVC last week and they have received the packet, given me the MTL and invoice number and told me they already sent to the package to Montreal. they said it was sent last week, so im assuming within the next week or so maybe MTL will have it?

I am kind of confused on what I can do next. Can I go ahead and start package 3 even though they have not sent it? If so I am a little confused on package 3 because on the website http://montreal.usconsulate.gov/visas/visas/fianc-k-1-visas/steps/packet-3---instruction-materials-for-fianc-k-1-applicants.html it says we fill out form DS-230 but here on this site it says DS-160. When I went to the DS-230 form just to see it and I started answering the questions it sent me to the DS160 form saying because it was a non-immigrant visa that is the form I need to fill out.

So my question is do I need to fill out DS230 or DS160? and may I start filling them out now? We are also doing a K2 visa for 3 kids, do they each need a DS160?

I am having trouble finding a good list of exactly what we need for package 3, and what I can go ahead and have filled out and ready now, before we are able to setup the interview. Also in regards to the interview we have our MTL and Invoice number can we setup the interview date now or do we need to wait for them to send us package 3? So many mixed answers I seem to find and I am kinda confused at the moment on what we can be doing now to help speed things along.

I understand there was a big back log in Montreal because of the systems being down so we may just have to wait for them to finally see and document our packet anyway.

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DS-160 for each person immigrating. When CEAC says ready you can do the package 3 and send it to Montreal.

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss


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