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You do not send an I-693 yourself. An I-693 must be filled out and signed by a civil surgeon, or do not send one at all.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/428381-i-693-report-of-medical-examination-and-vaccination-report/?p=6206232

If the medical done for K1 is still valid, ours is valid for 6 months, can we just do without the I 693?


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Service Center: Texas Service Center

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Consulate: Mumbai, India

 

Met at University in UK: 2010

Engaged in India: 03/31/2014

I-129F Sent: 06/20/2014

NOA1: 06/25/2014

NOA2: 12/16/2014

NOA2 Hardcopy Received: 12/23/2014

Case Sent to NVC: 12/23/2014

NVC Case Number Assigned: 01/05/2015

Case Sent to Consulate: 01/08/2015

Case "Ready" at Consulate: 01/09/2015

Applied for PCC: 01/20/2015

PCC in hand: 02/23/2015

Medical: 01/23/2015

Completed DS-160 and paid visa fee: 02/20/2015

Interview: 03/13/2015 APPROVED :)--> Same day went into AP

Visa "issued" on CEAC webstie: 03/16/2015

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POE: 06/04/2015 :dancing: :dancing: :dancing:

AOS Journey

06.11.2015- City Hall Wedding

06.29.2015- Mailed AOS Package

07.01.2015 - Package Delivered at Chicago Lockbox

07.02.2015- Date Received as per USCIS

07.09.2015- NOA1 for EAD/AP

07.24.2015- RFE :ranting:

08.13.2015- USCIS accepted RFE response

09.08.2015- EAD received

Waiting for the interview :clock:

12.19.2015 WE GOT THE GREEN CARD IN THE MAIL!!!!! No interview :)

ROC

10.25.2017 ROC packet received by VT Service Center

11.02.2017- Received NOA dated 10.26.2017

11.29.17- Completed Biometrics

Waiting for the interview :clock:

 

 

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If the medical done for K1 is still valid, ours is valid for 6 months, can we just do without the I 693?

Check out the excellent link that KayDeeCee provided in the posting that you quoted. :idea:


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If the medical done for K1 is still valid, ours is valid for 6 months, can we just do without the I 693?

If you check the link I posted, you will see the USCIS instructions for a K-1 AOS applicant. The medical is valid for a year. If you had all the required vaccinations at the time of the K-1 medical and they are marked off on a properly filled out DS-3025, then you can skip the civil surgeon if applying for AOS within a year of having the K-1 medical exam.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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If you check the link I posted, you will see the USCIS instructions for a K-1 AOS applicant. The medical is valid for a year. If you had all the required vaccinations at the time of the K-1 medical and they are marked off on a properly filled out DS-3025, then you can skip the civil surgeon if applying for AOS within a year of having the K-1 medical exam.

I'm not sure if we have a copy of the DS-3025, that's why I'm a bit concerned....He hasn't arrived yet (in about two weeks! yay!) so I'm just trying to think of it all. Do you know what we should do in the even that we don't have a copy of DS-3025 on our hands?

I know for a fact he had all his required vaccinations done during the medical prior to the interview, so at least that much I know haha.

Thanks so much again!


K-1 Visa

Service Center: Texas Service Center

Transferred? No

Consulate: Mumbai, India

 

Met at University in UK: 2010

Engaged in India: 03/31/2014

I-129F Sent: 06/20/2014

NOA1: 06/25/2014

NOA2: 12/16/2014

NOA2 Hardcopy Received: 12/23/2014

Case Sent to NVC: 12/23/2014

NVC Case Number Assigned: 01/05/2015

Case Sent to Consulate: 01/08/2015

Case "Ready" at Consulate: 01/09/2015

Applied for PCC: 01/20/2015

PCC in hand: 02/23/2015

Medical: 01/23/2015

Completed DS-160 and paid visa fee: 02/20/2015

Interview: 03/13/2015 APPROVED :)--> Same day went into AP

Visa "issued" on CEAC webstie: 03/16/2015

:goofy: :goofy: Visa in hand! 03/18/2015 :goofy::goofy:

POE: 06/04/2015 :dancing: :dancing: :dancing:

AOS Journey

06.11.2015- City Hall Wedding

06.29.2015- Mailed AOS Package

07.01.2015 - Package Delivered at Chicago Lockbox

07.02.2015- Date Received as per USCIS

07.09.2015- NOA1 for EAD/AP

07.24.2015- RFE :ranting:

08.13.2015- USCIS accepted RFE response

09.08.2015- EAD received

Waiting for the interview :clock:

12.19.2015 WE GOT THE GREEN CARD IN THE MAIL!!!!! No interview :)

ROC

10.25.2017 ROC packet received by VT Service Center

11.02.2017- Received NOA dated 10.26.2017

11.29.17- Completed Biometrics

Waiting for the interview :clock:

 

 

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I'm not sure if we have a copy of the DS-3025, that's why I'm a bit concerned....He hasn't arrived yet (in about two weeks! yay!) so I'm just trying to think of it all. Do you know what we should do in the even that we don't have a copy of DS-3025 on our hands?

I know for a fact he had all his required vaccinations done during the medical prior to the interview, so at least that much I know haha.

Thanks so much again!

The original DS-3025 will be with the rest of his medical documents inside the sealed envelope he hands over at his POE. They will be sent to the USCIS.

You can write on the cover letter, and even include an extra statement to make sure they see it, that all the required vaccinations were completed and marked off on the DS-3025 at the K-1 medical and they can find the DS-3025 among the other medical documents in his file.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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The original DS-3025 will be with the rest of his medical documents inside the sealed envelope he hands over at his POE. They will be sent to the USCIS.

You can write on the cover letter, and even include an extra statement to make sure they see it, that all the required vaccinations were completed and marked off on the DS-3025 at the K-1 medical and they can find the DS-3025 among the other medical documents in his file.

You're such a life saver! Thank you!


K-1 Visa

Service Center: Texas Service Center

Transferred? No

Consulate: Mumbai, India

 

Met at University in UK: 2010

Engaged in India: 03/31/2014

I-129F Sent: 06/20/2014

NOA1: 06/25/2014

NOA2: 12/16/2014

NOA2 Hardcopy Received: 12/23/2014

Case Sent to NVC: 12/23/2014

NVC Case Number Assigned: 01/05/2015

Case Sent to Consulate: 01/08/2015

Case "Ready" at Consulate: 01/09/2015

Applied for PCC: 01/20/2015

PCC in hand: 02/23/2015

Medical: 01/23/2015

Completed DS-160 and paid visa fee: 02/20/2015

Interview: 03/13/2015 APPROVED :)--> Same day went into AP

Visa "issued" on CEAC webstie: 03/16/2015

:goofy: :goofy: Visa in hand! 03/18/2015 :goofy::goofy:

POE: 06/04/2015 :dancing: :dancing: :dancing:

AOS Journey

06.11.2015- City Hall Wedding

06.29.2015- Mailed AOS Package

07.01.2015 - Package Delivered at Chicago Lockbox

07.02.2015- Date Received as per USCIS

07.09.2015- NOA1 for EAD/AP

07.24.2015- RFE :ranting:

08.13.2015- USCIS accepted RFE response

09.08.2015- EAD received

Waiting for the interview :clock:

12.19.2015 WE GOT THE GREEN CARD IN THE MAIL!!!!! No interview :)

ROC

10.25.2017 ROC packet received by VT Service Center

11.02.2017- Received NOA dated 10.26.2017

11.29.17- Completed Biometrics

Waiting for the interview :clock:

 

 

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The original DS-3025 will be with the rest of his medical documents inside the sealed envelope he hands over at his POE. They will be sent to the USCIS.

You can write on the cover letter, and even include an extra statement to make sure they see it, that all the required vaccinations were completed and marked off on the DS-3025 at the K-1 medical and they can find the DS-3025 among the other medical documents in his file.

Kay, my husband had to have another medical. Does he list the medical on the cover letter as it's own separate Item? Meaning, the medical is not a part of any of the forms?

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Kay, my husband had to have another medical. Does he list the medical on the cover letter as it's own separate Item? Meaning, the medical is not a part of any of the forms?

Just list you included an I-693.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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