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Approximate length of Immigrant visa interview - Ciudad Juarez

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My wife has an appointment for her visa interview on a Monday at 8:45am for her IR1 immigrant visa. 


The only good flights out of Juarez to our destination leave at 1:45pm. I know there's no way to know for sure, but would this generally be enough time to make our flight on the same day? This allows for about 3.5 hours in the consulate, plus travel time back to the airport. We would have no bags to check in. 


Really want to avoid spending an additional night in Juarez if at all possible. 


Additionally, in the event that they request more information from her, would that be something we would take care of on the spot, in Juarez directly? 


Or would we just send it in, so even if they requested more info there is nothing else to keep us there that day?

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