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I had my medical 2 days ago, how do we know all went well? Everything about this journey is wrecking my nerves

If they gave you the vaccines then you're okay.

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They did, only needed Hep B...thanks mucho

Then you passed. Congrats.

Good luck on the interview!

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Except for extenuating circumstances, most medicals are a two-day process. If you were scheduled to return for the second stage (vaccinations, etc) it is very likely that all went well.


MEETING

12 March 2012: Met Dyn at a coffee shop in Kuwait

Summer 2012: I returned home to the U.S. to prepare a way for Dyn

Fall 2014: Dyn returns home to Philippines after seven years in Kuwait

ANNULMENT

February 2014: Engaged while I visited Philippines

March 2014: Officially hired attorney and filed for Dyn's annulment in Bohol, Philippines

December 2015: Bohol District Court issues decision in our favor

December 2015: Judge sends transcript of his decision to OSG for processing

February 05 2016: OSG returned receipt and approval to district court in Bohol. CoF to be issued end of second week in February

February 09 2016: Dyn is presented with the Entry of Judgment and her Certificate of Finality via the local court.

February 15 2016: LCR issues annotated marriage certificate, and necessary documents are forwarded to the NSO / PSA visa LBC

April 19 2016: Received CENOMAR and Annotated MC from PSA via private courier. DONE! COMPLETE! FINISHED! OFFICIAL!

I-129F / K1 VISA APPLICATION PROCESS

April 04 2016: I-129F sent to Texas Lockbox via USPS Priority Mail

April 12 2016: Email from USCIS acceptance confirmation

April 17 2016: Official NOA1 hard copy received

July 12 2016: NOA2 Approval hard copy received

July 14 2016: Post Decision Activity email from USCIS

THE LONG WAIT (USCIS misplaced approved petition)

September 16 2016: NVC received approved I-129F petition and assigns case number

INTERVIEW / MEDICAL PROCESS

October 04 2016: Day 1 of medical at SLEC in Manila

October 05 2016: Psychiatric evaluation off-site due to psychological incapacity annulment (10 hour eval with 800 question profile test)

October 13 2016: CFO Seminar completed successfully and certificate awarded (CFO stamp not issued until visa is presented).

October 20 2016: Return to SLEC complete psychological evaluation with resident psychologist (less than ten minutes)

October 21 2016: Vaccination day at SLEC (medical finally complete)

October 25 2016: Visa interview at USEM in Manila (APPROVED)

HOMECOMING

November 19 2016: Dyn's arrival at POE Dulles IAD in Washington DC

December 01 2016: Married

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Except for extenuating circumstances, most medicals are a two-day process. If you were scheduled to return for the second stage (vaccinations, etc) it is very likely that all went well.

We dont do second stages, all completed in one day. Just because you gotaccinated does not mean u passed medical screening.


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We dont do second stages, all completed in one day. Just because you gotaccinated does not mean u passed medical screening.

Then what is the basis? Unless there's drug admittance or psychological evaluation involved.

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Your statement was if they gave u the vaccines then u are OK, and that they passed. Everyone still receives vaccines even if they are denied. You will not find out results of medical until interview. The interviewer will say at the end, medical was fine or u r denied based on medical.


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For Philippines, yes, my statement regarding medical applies.

Guess Jamaica is different.

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Is there anyway to do the medical in one day? Our closest US embassy is 5 hours away in Paraguay. We had hoped to do everything there for the distance, but have to go to Buenos Aires, 12 or so hours away. This means my husband will have to travel for his medical as well.

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