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My fiancé and I are considering extending my trip to Montreal a bit longer if the Canada Post strike is still on when I have my interview in two weeks so I can just pick up my passport in person. 

 

How quickly did those of you who have been approved recently get your passports back? I’m wondering if I need to plan to be there for a couple of days after my interview or a week to pick up my passport. Or if it might be better to plan to come back for it. 

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as a K1 it can take a week to 6 weeks.  So honestly it may be cheaper to fly back for it. 


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We're considering doing something similar...I'm flying there to be with him at the interview and then we were going to go back to his place in Ottawa and do last minute packing, etc, and then take a train back to Montreal to pick up with passport. I only have so many days off of work though so I'm really hoping this will work out timing wise. Worst case senario is that he will have to stay and wait and I will fly back before him. Our interview won't be until January, but I'm still concerned that this strike is going to be an issue then at this rate! We might try the courier route that some have posted about. I hope your situation works out as well! 


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1 hour ago, BananaButton5 said:

We're considering doing something similar...I'm flying there to be with him at the interview and then we were going to go back to his place in Ottawa and do last minute packing, etc, and then take a train back to Montreal to pick up with passport. I only have so many days off of work though so I'm really hoping this will work out timing wise. Worst case senario is that he will have to stay and wait and I will fly back before him. Our interview won't be until January, but I'm still concerned that this strike is going to be an issue then at this rate! We might try the courier route that some have posted about. I hope your situation works out as well! 

Good luck! Hopefully the strike is over before your interview!!

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