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We received CC on March 19 and still waiting for our interview to be scheduled by NVC.  As we have dual citizenship our interview will be scheduled in Bucharest ( birth country) and not Canada where we live. If we decide to ask for our interview to be moved to Canada does anyone know how long it would take? Our lawyer said it will delay our interview with few months. Anyone has been through this? Thank you

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7 minutes ago, SusieQQQ said:

Your interview should be scheduled according to your current address..

Thank you . That’s what we thought too until we got CC and NVC said interview to be scheduled at the US embassy in our birth country. 

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1 hour ago, Joanna770 said:

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Thank you . That’s what we thought too until we got CC and NVC said interview to be scheduled at the US embassy in our birth country. 

Inform the NVC that you have residency in Canada and want to interview there.  You may need to supply proof of legal residency such as a passport, PR card, or valid visa. 

 

Does your case number begin with MTL?  This is something that should have been changed before any NVC processing was even started. 

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2 hours ago, Joanna770 said:

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Thank you . That’s what we thought too until we got CC and NVC said interview to be scheduled at the US embassy in our birth country. 

Were you living in Romania when the original petition was filed? No one updated the address when you moved? 

 

Agree with above, tell embassy you need to move case. Yes it could delay it a couple of months, unless you prefer to fly to Bucharest to interview sooner (if you do that remember you will need your medical exams done there too).

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57 minutes ago, SusieQQQ said:

Were you living in Romania when the original petition was filed? No one updated the address when you moved? 

 

Agree with above, tell embassy you need to move case. Yes it could delay it a couple of months, unless you prefer to fly to Bucharest to interview sooner (if you do that remember you will need your medical exams done there too).

Thank you

The application was filed in 2005. At the time we were in Romania. We updated the address when we moved. Also they have all are documents including both passports. I will be calling NVC on Monday to see if we are scheduled yet or not. If not We’ll try to move our interview in Canada which we prefer. 

 

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2 hours ago, NikLR said:

Inform the NVC that you have residency in Canada and want to interview there.  You may need to supply proof of legal residency such as a passport, PR card, or valid visa. 

 

Does your case number begin with MTL?  This is something that should have been changed before any NVC processing was even started. 

No the case number it doesn’t begin with MTL

Thank you 

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