Interview at NYC Consulate

Old Jul 28th 2002, 8:12 am
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Hi Friends,

Did anyone got the interview scheduled from NYC Consulate recently?

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Old Jul 28th 2002, 11:20 am
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Yes i got it. Any questions "Balaji" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Did anyone got the interview scheduled from NYC Consulate recently?
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    > Regards, Balaji
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Old Jul 29th 2002, 3:18 am
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Hi Aditya,

Could you please post your timelines.

I got my file transfered from Buffalo to NYC Consulate in Jan 2002 and I am still waiting for the Interview. I wanted to have rough idea about the interview date. Posting of your timelines would help me in figuring that out.

I highly appreciate your reply.


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Old Jul 29th 2002, 4:45 am
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Bala

if your file was transfred from Buffalo to NYC then normaly they send the interview latter after 6-7 months, my friend file was submitted to Buffalo but later Buffalo office informed him that you file has been sent to NYC and they will conduct the Interview and after that letter it took him 6 months to recieve the letter for interview at NYC and they send interviw letter 2 months advance of interview date.
In your case the reason for delay may be that YOU requested your wife file transfer and once Applicant requests for transfer of file by paying the Fees for File transfer the keep that file NOT at top, it is treated like a new file.
If you have NOT transfred your file by Paying file transfer Fee for the File transfer but actomaticaly transfred then you should send a fax to NYC.
If you have transfred your file by paying the fees then it will take time and you will NOT get any reply for your fax, they will inform you about the interview.
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Old Jul 29th 2002, 6:21 am
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Current wait for the interview in NY is about 10 to 12 months from the date NY
consulate receives the file. Note that it takes about 2 to 3 months for the
actual transfer to take place from the time the notice about such transfer is
mailed by Buffalo.

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"Balaji" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi Aditya,
    >
    > Could you please post your timelines.
    >
    > I got my file transfered from Buffalo to NYC Consulate in Jan 2002 and I am still
    > waiting for the Interview. I wanted to have rough idea about the interview date.
    > Posting of your timelines would help me in figuring that out.
    >
    > I highly appreciate your reply.
    >
    >
    > Balaji
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Old Jul 29th 2002, 6:28 am
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Hi Manish,

Thanks for your reply and valuable information. I applied under independent category and I did not request for transfer to NYC and I was not asked to pay fee for file transfer. If I pay any kind of fee for file transfer will there be any consideration in processing quickly?

Please clarify.

And thanks for everything my friend.


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Old Jul 29th 2002, 6:32 am
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Thanks Mr.Miller for the information you provided. I appreciate it.


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Old Jul 29th 2002, 12:23 pm
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Hi Balaji

"Balaji" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi Manish,
    >
    > Thanks for your reply and valuable information. I applied under independent
    > category and I did not request for transfer to NYC and I was not asked to pay fee
    > for file transfer. If I pay any kind of fee for file transfer will there be any
    > consideration in processing quickly?
    >
    > Please clarify.
    >
    > And thanks for everything my friend.
    >
    >
    > Balaji

I don't understand what Manish is talking about (I don't think he does either).
Buffalo transfers the file to either NY, Seattle, Los Angeles, Detroit when an
interview is required. You do not pay for transfer nor do you request a transfer.

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Old Jul 29th 2002, 6:35 pm
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Bala wrote this line:

"I got my file transfered from Buffalo to NYC Consulate in Jan 2002 "

he did not write that Buffalo transfred the file as routine matter for interview

Bala was not clear and that is the reason I wrote or asked if he paid for file transfer.

You know that one can get his/her file transfred by paying the fees to other consulates.

If you do not understand what I am talking about please get your knowlege updated and take few more lessons from your teacher Andrew Miller.
and keep your mouth shut.Think before writing to others or you will get the same kind of reply that you post to others.

I hope this helps
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Please read Andrew reply he is 100% correct

you dont have to pay any fees, they fees for file transfre is only paid if you request file transfer from one Canadian consulate to othe Consulate , for example from Buffalo to Delhi

you have just to wait for interview call from NYC
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Old Jul 30th 2002, 8:22 am
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Hi Manish

"Manish" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Please read Andrew reply he is 100% correct
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    > you dont have to pay any fees, they fees for file transfre is only paid if you
    > request file transfer from one Canadian consulate to othe Consulate , for example
    > from Buffalo to Delhi
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    > you have just to wait for interview call from NYC Good Luck!!
    >

You should note that under IRPA Part I XXVII Part 19

ELIMINATE THE FILE TRANSFER FEE The file transfer fee will not be retained under IRP
Regulations. Under IRPA, applications for visas must be made outside Canada to the
immigration office that services the applicant?s place of residence. For program
integrity reasons, the processing will be done by the office with the greatest
expertise and will only be transferred for operational reasons, without fee.

So it is CIC decision whether or not they will transfer a file. So maybe Manish
should get your facts straight.

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Old Jul 30th 2002, 2:12 pm
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Hi Manish,
Why so offensive to PMM? He did not say anything offensive to you.
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"You should note that under IRPA Part I XXVII Part 19

ELIMINATE THE FILE TRANSFER FEE The file transfer fee will not be retained under IRP
Regulations. Under IRPA, applications for visas must be made outside Canada to the
immigration office that services the applicant?s place of residence. For program
integrity reasons, the processing will be done by the office with the greatest
expertise and will only be transferred for operational reasons, without fee.

So it is CIC decision whether or not they will transfer a file. So maybe Manish
should get your facts straight."

PMM

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This is according to new Law after June 28, Bala Transfred the file Jan 2002 and new law was NOT effective at that time, I thaught that he might have requested for file transfer.
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Old Jul 30th 2002, 5:21 pm
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My interview was for work visa under software pilot project. Ciao "hanu"
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