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Time from NVC to Montreal Embassy

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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The NVC sent my case to the Montreal Embassy on September 7, 2016. Judging by everyone else "similar" timelines, it takes on average 1-2 days for the embassy to receive the case. Still no updates, I emailed them yesterday and they still don't have it.

Starting to panic that it got lost in the mail or something, any ideas? Specifically Montreal people???

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Sweden
Timeline

Check your NVC number if you have it :)


K-1:
06/08/2016: I-129F Sent

06/16/2016: Check cashed

08/23/2016: Approval

09/09/2016: At the Stockholm Embassy

09/28/2016: Embassy received completed medical

09/29/2016: Interview date, APPROVAL 

10/14/2016: Visa ISSUED

10/17/2016: Visa received

 

AOS
12/22/2016: I-485, I-131, I-765 Sent

01/10/2017: Check cashed

02/03/2017: Biometrics completed

04/17/2017: Your case is ready to be scheduled for an interview

01/20/2018: I-485 Interview letter received

02/01/2018: I-485 Interview, APPROVAL 

 

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Sweden
Timeline

Well okay then does it say "in transit" or "ready"?


K-1:
06/08/2016: I-129F Sent

06/16/2016: Check cashed

08/23/2016: Approval

09/09/2016: At the Stockholm Embassy

09/28/2016: Embassy received completed medical

09/29/2016: Interview date, APPROVAL 

10/14/2016: Visa ISSUED

10/17/2016: Visa received

 

AOS
12/22/2016: I-485, I-131, I-765 Sent

01/10/2017: Check cashed

02/03/2017: Biometrics completed

04/17/2017: Your case is ready to be scheduled for an interview

01/20/2018: I-485 Interview letter received

02/01/2018: I-485 Interview, APPROVAL 

 

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Sweden
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Then the embassy still hasn't received your case because it's still going from NVC


K-1:
06/08/2016: I-129F Sent

06/16/2016: Check cashed

08/23/2016: Approval

09/09/2016: At the Stockholm Embassy

09/28/2016: Embassy received completed medical

09/29/2016: Interview date, APPROVAL 

10/14/2016: Visa ISSUED

10/17/2016: Visa received

 

AOS
12/22/2016: I-485, I-131, I-765 Sent

01/10/2017: Check cashed

02/03/2017: Biometrics completed

04/17/2017: Your case is ready to be scheduled for an interview

01/20/2018: I-485 Interview letter received

02/01/2018: I-485 Interview, APPROVAL 

 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Then the embassy still hasn't received your case because it's still going from NVC

Im well aware. That isn't what I'm trying to find out, I'm mostly interested in hearing from people who have been through the Montreal consulate, as the average ship time is 1-2 days. Never more than 5 at the most.

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