My immigrant visa appointment has been scheduled, now what?
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My immigrant visa appointment has been scheduled, now what?

Once you have submitted all the requirements documents to the National Visa Center (NVC) and your case has been documentarily qualified, you will be scheduled for the next available interview at your US Consulate or Embassy. You are required to appear in person for the interview and must bring the required supporting documents. Read here for what to expect at the immigrant visa interview here.

US Immigration Update – Immigrant Visa Processing Update for Montreal Canada
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US Immigration Update – Immigrant Visa Processing Update for Montreal Canada

The US Consulate in Montreal Canada continues to clear case backlogs due to COVID shutdowns. According to the latest update on their website, they are now processing all types of cases with the exception of nonimmigrant visas which are emergency only. We provide an update on Immigrant Visa (IV) processing in Montreal Canada here. 

Visa Bulletin Explained: What are “Priority Dates”, “Final Action Dates”, and “Dates for Filing Applications”?
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Visa Bulletin Explained: What are “Priority Dates”, “Final Action Dates”, and “Dates for Filing Applications”?

The issuance of certain family and employment-based immigrant visas is subject to yearly quotas that are updated each month through the  US Department of State (DOS) Visa Bulletin. We explain “Priority Dates”, “Final Action Dates”, and “Dates for Filing Applications” here.