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Canada US Consulate Reviews
Average Rating: 4.3 / 5
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Review #27196 on October 4, 2019:

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Montreal, Canada
Review #27171 on September 30, 2019:

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Make sure the petitioner has a copy of their tax return from the previous year. I didn't have mine and had to locate, print, and submit them after the interview to get approval all in the same day (had 2 hours to get it). It worked out b/c we got immediate approval, but it was a very stressful and unnecessary experience if we knew this prior.

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Montreal, Canada
Review #27089 on September 18, 2019:





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Had my interview this morning, I live in Montreal and just 30 minutes from the Consulate so it was easy for me.
My interview was scheduled at 7:30 am but I arrived there an hour early to be first in line. Around 6:45 more and more people started to arrive and we ended up being 12 in line with a scheduled interview at 7:30. I would recommend to arrive early as well so you avoid the long wait. I was the first in line so I was given the #1 once I entered.
I came with my cellphone which I had to give away when I entered and had a small bag in which I had gathered all my documents. Upon entering the building you have to show your appointment confirmation and your passport,you are then given a laminated sheet with a number on it and the list about how to organize your paperwork. I then passed security where I put all my things on a tray and then was directed to the basement to gather my documents in order. We stayed there for about 10 minutes and then had to take the elevator... read complete review

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Montreal, Canada
Review #27073 on September 16, 2019:

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My appointment was scheduled for 7:30 am on Sep-11-2019. I got to the consulate around 6:50 am, and there were only two other people ahead of me. Waited until 7:30 for the consulate to open, went through security - only had my folders with me, no bags or phones. The people at security were professional but nice, didn't really exchange pleasantries just said hello . I was handed a laminated sheet with my line number and the order in which the documents were needed.

After getting through security, I was instructed to wait in the basement with the others where we had the time to organize the documents in the order they were listed on the laminated sheet. About 10 minutes later, another security guard came and herded us into an elevator and told us to go to the 19th floor. We sat and waited for 15 more minutes and then one-by-one we were called up to windows 1-3, in our line order. The documents were requested in a totally random order, so I don't know why they asked us to o... read complete review

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Montreal, Canada
Review #27058 on September 13, 2019:





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Also had an 8:30 appointment on September 11th. I was expecting a crowd but it looked like more appointments had been scheduled for 7:30am. I got there at about 7:50am, there is still construction around the building. I walked there from the YWCA hotel about 15-20 minutes away (great option if you're looking for something cheaper downtown). I arrived a day early and checked out the embassy location the day before, which I definitely recommend just to remove that extra stress of getting lost the morning of the interview!

When you enter they immediately ask for your passport and appointment confirmation so have them ready (I handed the one I had printed from the website). I brought nothing but a 5-star zip binder, newspaper, and iphone. I was given a sheet with #10 on it and list of documents to have ready. Metal detector isn't super intimidating, like going to a courthouse or legislative building. I told them I had my phone and they directed me to the person to store it a... read complete review

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