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Hello everyone.

I was living in Canada when I filled I-130 in 2017.

I moved to India in 2019 and updated my address with USCIS and emailed them to change consulate as well.

 

I received email from NVC about my case creation and the consulate for interview is still Montreal.

 

Called NVC and was told to submit a public inquiry form about the change. 

 

I have paid the AOS and IV fees.

 

Any idea how long it takes to get this change done and if i can go forward with filling out DS-260 form and other documents submission to NVC?

Or do I need to wait until the consulate is changed to Bombay, India?

 

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