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Affidavit of Support for AOS Interview. New One Needed?

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Hi all.

WE have our appointment for K1 AOS interview with USCIS on 4/21/15.

My question is regarding the checklist we received. It's asking for a completed Affidavit of Support with all evidence. I submitted one in September 2014 when I sent in our application.

DO I NEED TO SUBMIT A NEW ONE WHEN WE GO TO INTERVIEW?

I understand taking 2014 tax information, but I wasn't sure if I needed to redo the form since none of the information has changes since September 2014 when I sent the packet in.

Also, I'm confused about Form I-693. Medical Exam. My husband had his exam done in Dominican Republic. The only thing we have is a sealed CD that says X-Rays and his vaccination worksheet. Is that enough or do we need to pay to have the I-693 filled out here by a doctor.

Thanks for the help.

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We didn't need to provide a new 864, but I had one ready just in case with our updated tax information for 2014. The interviewer did take a copy of the 2014 taxes, but not the new 864.

Good Luck!


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Hi all.

WE have our appointment for K1 AOS interview with USCIS on 4/21/15.

My question is regarding the checklist we received. It's asking for a completed Affidavit of Support with all evidence. I submitted one in September 2014 when I sent in our application.

DO I NEED TO SUBMIT A NEW ONE WHEN WE GO TO INTERVIEW?

I understand taking 2014 tax information, but I wasn't sure if I needed to redo the form since none of the information has changes since September 2014 when I sent the packet in.

Also, I'm confused about Form I-693. Medical Exam. My husband had his exam done in Dominican Republic. The only thing we have is a sealed CD that says X-Rays and his vaccination worksheet. Is that enough or do we need to pay to have the I-693 filled out here by a doctor.

Thanks for the help.

The medical is still valid, we sent a copy of the vaccination worksheet with the AOS application. If any document was needed, they would had send you a RFE. I brought with me the sealed CD and I did ask the AOS interviewer about it, she said it is my personal copy.

The checklist does says "unless if already submitted", so most of the things asked were sent. I was concerned about the birth certificate, I only had one original, made a copy of it and kept it with me, the original was for the embassy the day of the interview. I called home and asked my family to send me another original birth certificate and a new employment letter just in case, but it none of this was asked. We had our interview in February, we didn't had the taxes done by then, but she asked us if we were filing jointly, we said yes. I guess you can bring a document that says that you filed jointly, since your interview is after the april 15.

We brought a copy of the whole package we sent (AOS, EAD, AP), just in case.

The interviewer only asked for evidence, after all the questions she asked us, and I gave her copies of the lease, printouts of the health insurance, last bank statements of the debit and credit cards and cell phones, an Expedia flight info, all those documents with both our names on it. She asked for any photos since there was none in our case file (I told her the photos were returned to us the day of the interview), I made several pages of photos like 2-3 photos per page, she picked two pages only.

Good luck!


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10/16/2014 - NOAs:

11/18/2014 - Bio. Appointment

11/25/2014 - AOS Update (Ready for Interview)

12/30/2014 - EAD Approved (Card in production)

12/30/2014 - AP Approved

01/06/2015 - EAD/AP Card Mailed

01/07/2015 - EAD/AP Card Received

01/14/2015 - AOS Update (Interview scheduled)

02/18/2015 - AOS Interview (Approved!)

02/18/2015 - AOS Updated (Card is being produced)

02/19/2015 - Welcome Notice Mailed

02/24/2015 - Welcome Notice Received

02/24/2015 - Card mailed

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12/27/2016 - ROC filed (California Service Center)

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01/25/2017 - Bio. Appointment done.

12/12/2017 - I-551 Stamp on passport

06/12/2017 - "Approval Notice" DHS website (notice mailed)

06/12/2018 - Card in production

06/16/2018 - Approval Notice/Notice of Action received in the mail.

06/19/2018 GREEN CARD RECEIVED!

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