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StephanieB

U.S. Embassy/Consulate in Canada for K-1

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Hi,

My fiance is an American Citizen filing a I-129F petition on Monday for me to move to the U.S. I just have one question regarding the form if anyone can help. 

Under Part 2, Question 62 A. it reads : "Your beneficiary will apply for a visa abroad at the U.S. embassy or consulate at:

For my fellow Canadians, the only U.S. embassy in Canada that processes K-1 visa's is now Montreal, Quebec... right? And will I receive the visa form once my fiance and I receive the NOA2? 

Any comments are greatly appreciated,

Thank you!

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Yup, you’ll have to go to Montreal for your interview. 

 

The interview takes place after you've received your NOA2. You’ll be asked to gather documents and scan them (such as passport, birth certificate, etc...) before you’ll be permitted to schedule your medical exam and interview. 

 

It’s after your interview, if you’re approved, you’ll be sent your visa. You should expect the whole process to take roughly a year, give or take. 

 

They walk you through the whole process. They’ll contact you when it’s time to apply for the visa and other steps :) 

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7 minutes ago, C32 said:

Yup, you’ll have to go to Montreal for your interview. 

 

The interview takes place after you've received your NOA2. You’ll be asked to gather documents and scan them (such as passport, birth certificate, etc...) before you’ll be permitted to schedule your medical exam and interview

 

It’s after your interview, if you’re approved, you’ll be sent your visa. You should expect the whole process to take roughly a year, give or take

 

They walk you through the whole process. They’ll contact you when it’s time to apply for the visa and other steps :) 

Thank you for the information!!

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