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How will Kingston embassy contact me and can I select my own interview date?

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Hello all.

I know this may seem like a silly question but I just need to get some information. We are currently waiting on the US embassy in Kingston to contact me regarding the next step but I am not sure how they will do it. Will it be by calling, text message, letter in the mail (post office) or by email?

Also, Is there a way I can schedule my interview date, say in February of next year before the NOA2 expires?

Who sets the date for the interview, the applicant or embassy?

I know its a lot. Thank you for taking the time to read.

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Hello all.

I know this may seem like a silly question but I just need to get some information. We are currently waiting on the US embassy in Kingston to contact me regarding the next step but I am not sure how they will do it. Will it be by calling, text message, letter in the mail (post office) or by email?

Also, Is there a way I can schedule my interview date, say in February of next year before the NOA2 expires?

Who sets the date for the interview, the applicant or embassy?

I know its a lot. Thank you for taking the time to read.

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Once the National Visa Center confirms that your case is complete, they then notify the Embassy that your case is ready to be scheduled for and interview. Kingston usually gives dates at the end and beginning of each month. You can call the National Visa Center to find out if there is an interview date scheduled for you. Once you are given the interview date, you must schedule and appointment for your medical. Good luck!

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Once the National Visa Center confirms that your case is complete, they then notify the Embassy that your case is ready to be scheduled for and interview. Kingston usually gives dates at the end and beginning of each month. You can call the National Visa Center to find out if there is an interview date scheduled for you. Once you are given the interview date, you must schedule and appointment for your medical. Good luck!

This process is only for married, OP is a K-1, and can schedule their own interview appointment.


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