You need to be patient. You should get the notice in the mail by next week. The interview notice will be for at least 4-6 weeks later. You'll have ample time to prepare yourself and te documentary evidence you'll need to bring to the interview.
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The interview will be about 6 weeks after the notice. Maybe a month.
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It usually takes several weeks.
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