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Question Regrading Acquiring a new citizenship before the interview

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Hi All,

I have called the NVC today and they indicated that our case has been finalized and is waiting on visa interview schedule at the embassy of Montreal (IR/CR1). My spouse's original passport will expire in Feb of 2016, which is most likely will be less than 6 months of her interview. It is very difficult to get a new passport before that time.

Recently, my spouse became a Canadian citizen and I was trying to update her case with NVC, but they told me to wait for the interview so you don't delay your case. My question is will acquiring the Canadian citizenship will cause any issues for my spouse, and if not; can she use her Canadian passport for the visa stamping if granted?

Your help is greatly appreciated!

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