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Ok everyone for some back ground on this in June we received a letter from USCIS a Rfe on Iryna's Daughter saying they did not have her medical and need one well because Dasha come over on on k-2 visa she is 3 she had her medical in Minsk and it was taken at their POE JFK in December when they enter the us Her mothers was taken at that time too. So we call the 800 number for USCIS and after talking with 4 different people the last woman told us respond and tell them that she had a medical done and that she does not need it as YOU USCIS already have it you took it in DEcember at JFk. THey posted on the web site that they received our reply. Then we get Iryna's and Dasha Appointment for 9/18/06 which was Monday Iryna's was for 8:30AM Dasha's was at 9:00AM. THe interviewer told us everything was ok and that had everything she needed on Dasha and all was ok. Today on the web site it was posted on Iryna that her welcome letter was sent on the 19 and if we don't receive it in the next 30 days to call the 800 number listed below. But nothing under Dasha's number .

now today in the mail we get a letter from them stating Darya Sulkouskaya at our address and this is what it said:

Please come to the address shown below at the time and place indicated in connection with an offical matter

office location:

Citizenship and immigration services in Columbus ohio

her MSC and ask for applications support center -Biometrics only

reason for appointment Biometrics-I-485 it gave the days we can come in and everything.

So has anyone seen this before and does anyone have any ideas what this is all about??? any help will be appricated.

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Ok everyone I posted this yesterday after we got a letter from USCIS on my step daughter Dasha, it was no big thing as we went this morning and all they needed was to get a finger print of Dasha (she is 3 yo) and her picture I asked the woman taking the picture and fingerprints ok what does this mean and she said she will be getting her green card so all is well here as now I hope to see on the web site in a few days that Dasha's welcome to america letter has been sent just like they did her Mom's on the 19th of Sept so it was nothing to worry about.

Hope this helps everyone who has kids as I think this will happen to all if they did not get them done before the interview.

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I don't think your realize how many 3 year old terrorists made it in this country before this new homeland security office was established. Now that they have your childs prints there is no way that she will be able to perform the sleeper mission she was trained for.

Come on, this is a joke. These guys are supposed to be responsible for our national security and they spend their time taking prints from 3 year old kids. It is easy to see why September the 11th happened. Our government is run by idiots.

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Glad every things are resolved.I also have a 3 year old .I believed that a biometric fee was not required for kids. Is this correct ? I asked because I thought that kids were not finger printed .I will be submitting AOS in October for my self and Kids. Thanks

Shar

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Glad every things are resolved.I also have a 3 year old .I believed that a biometric fee was not required for kids. Is this correct ? I asked because I thought that kids were not finger printed .I will be submitting AOS in October for my self and Kids. Thanks

Shar

no they charged no fee for Dasha's fingerprint and photo and they should not after all her aos cost us 225 USD it was just a surprise when we got the letter on Wednesday but now all is done and her green card will be in the mail shortly

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sjoefl,

The biometrics the 3 year-old kid underwent was not the same full set of 10 fingerprints that people aged 14-79 have taken to be sent to the FBI for security checks.

Rather, it's the photo and index fingerprint used to make the Green Card, the same biometrics that is done for the EAD.

Yodrak

I don't think your realize how many 3 year old terrorists made it in this country before this new homeland security office was established. Now that they have your childs prints there is no way that she will be able to perform the sleeper mission she was trained for.

Come on, this is a joke. These guys are supposed to be responsible for our national security and they spend their time taking prints from 3 year old kids. It is easy to see why September the 11th happened. Our government is run by idiots.

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