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We got an email from NVC today saying all our documents have been accepted. No further instructions, just that. 

 

Our PD is current as of June (Nov 30 2006). Its me my husband and 2 children moving to the US from Canada. F3 visa.

 

So now what happens? The flow chart on the website just states next step is NVC schedules interview. I was expecting the email to say something about that but it didn't. 

 

So can I assume they've sent our case to the consulate? 

 

Our interview will be at the Montreal consulate in Canada and they said they'll give us a months notice once we have an interview appointment. Just no timeframe on how long it takes to get the appointment. 

 

Anyone know how long it usually takes to get our interview letter now?

 

The Montreal consulate only posts interview wait times for nonimmigrant interviews on their website. No mention of their immigration wait times. 

 

Thank you!

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4 hours ago, don_mar said:

welcome to the club! Did you get an Case Complete email? Anyway you may want to join/follow this thread, it's for April/May but there are a few from June:

 

 

Thank you! I think so? NVC emailed to say our case status had been updated and we went and looked and all our documents were showing accepted but they didn't day anything else. No instructions or other messages.

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You may not reach CC yet. The email subject should be: Notice regarding your Immigrant Visa Case becoming Documentarily Qualified

And the body: 

The National Visa Center (NVC) received all of the fees, forms, and documents that are required prior to attending an immigrant visa interview at a U.S. Embassy/Consulate General overseas.

NVC will work with the U.S. Embassy/Consulate General in MONTREAL, CAN to schedule an interview appointment for you. Once we have confirmed an interview date, we will send a notice to you, your petitioner and attorney (if applicable).

Please do NOT make any travel arrangements, sell property, or give up employment until you have received an immigrant visa from the U.S. Embassy/Consulate General.

 

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1 hour ago, don_mar said:

You may not reach CC yet. The email subject should be: Notice regarding your Immigrant Visa Case becoming Documentarily Qualified

And the body: 

The National Visa Center (NVC) received all of the fees, forms, and documents that are required prior to attending an immigrant visa interview at a U.S. Embassy/Consulate General overseas.

NVC will work with the U.S. Embassy/Consulate General in MONTREAL, CAN to schedule an interview appointment for you. Once we have confirmed an interview date, we will send a notice to you, your petitioner and attorney (if applicable).

Please do NOT make any travel arrangements, sell property, or give up employment until you have received an immigrant visa from the U.S. Embassy/Consulate General.

 

Weird! All our email said was our case was updated and to log in to the site and we looked and saw all our documents were showing "Accepted" no instructions or information 🤷🏼‍♀️

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