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Montreal interview help - Tuesday

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Hi Everyone I am traveling to Montreal tonight as my interview is at 7:40am tomorrow morning.

I remember there was a post that someone had drawn out a map of where to stand and where to go once inside the building.

For some reason I can find that post.

If someone could link it for me that would be great. I am staying at the Best Western tonight and planning on walking in the morning to my interview.

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That would be Saylin's post. http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/359761-montreal-consulate-picturesmaps/

I don't think it's as important to be in the right place now. They seem to assign numbers before you get to the elevator.

Good luck tomorrow. I'll be there too. I've got an 8.30 interview. Maybe see you there.

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I'd say Saylin's post still applies, except you don't have to worry about lining up once you get upstairs because you are given a number as soon as you get in the building. The layout upstairs is no longer as her drawing shows, but you don't have to line up and you will be directed where to sit. This post shows the updated layout on the 19th floor: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/359761-montreal-consulate-picturesmaps/?p=5817669

I wrote a review of my interview experience in mid-december, it's at the end of my timeline here: http://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=203168

Edited by Mad & J

K1 Visa timeline: Application sent to Visa in hand: 10 months and 4 days (Texas Service Center)

02/26/2015: I-129F Application mailed to Texas lockbox

03/05/2015: NOA1 email notification

08/27/2015: NOA2! (176 days)

09/02/2015: Sent to NVC

09/14/2015: Called NVC and obtained MTL case number

09/18/2015: In Transit to MTL consulate

09/21/2015: Consulate received our file (24 days post-NOA2)

09/24/2015: Sent Packet 3 (unprompted, but CEAC status had updated a second time)

09/29/2015: Packet 4 received, interview scheduled. Still haven't received Packet 3, I advise not to wait for it!

10/09/2015: Received Packet 3 in the mail!

11/09/2015: Medical

12/16/2015: K1 Interview in Montreal (111 days from NOA2, 293 days total): Approved!

12/18/2015: CEAC status changed to Nonimmigrant Ready

12/21/2015: CEAC status changed to Nonimmigrant AP

12/24/2015: CEAC status changed to ISSUED! Merry Christmas!!

12/30/2015: Visa in hand

01/15/2016: POE @ Houlton, ME

01/22/2016: Married! (L)

AOS timeline: Application sent to card in hand: 6 months and 7 days.

01/25/2016: Mailed AOS, EAD & AP applications to Chicago via UPS

01/29/2016: NOA1 email notification x3

02/04/2016: Received NOA1 hard copies x3

02/29/2016: Still haven't received biometrics letter, Filed service request

03/30/2016: After more calls to Tier 2 and 2 service requests, letter still not received, USCIS said no appointment has been scheduled. Reached out to Congressman.

04/06/2016: Biometrics letter finally received thanks to Congressman's inquiry (Appointment scheduled 04/18/2016).

04/18/2016: Biometrics appointment

04/25/2016: Officially outside processing times for EAD/AP. Scheduled Infopass appointment for 05/10.

05/21/2016: Finally received email notice that EAD was approved on 05/19 after numerous service requests, infopass appt and ombudsman inquiry

05/23/2016: Received hard-copy letter notifying me that my AP was approved on the same day as my EAD. No hard-copy for EAD yet.

05/28/2016: Received EAD/AP Combo Card (122 days since filing).

06/21/2016: Received email notification of AOS interview (Appointment scheduled 07/21/2016)

07/21/2016: AOS interview. Approved, but file was missing medical. Local office can't issue GC until they receive medical from DOS.

07/25/2016: USCIS case status changed to New Card Is Being Produced!

08/01/2016: Green card in hand. ROC window opens Apr 29, 2018.

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