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Hello all,

 

How does the new 90-day rule affect Canadian citizens who have recently applied for AOS shortly after 60 days? I have been married to a US citizen for over 5yrs (living together outside US).

 

I also realized that the medical examination was done exactly 60 days after entry into the country (entered in B-2 status on June 23 and performed medical on Aug 23). Does USCIS look at when the medical examination was performed?

 

Thanks.

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54 minutes ago, Confused3 said:

Hello all,

 

How does the new 90-day rule affect Canadian citizens who have recently applied for AOS shortly after 60 days? I have been married to a US citizen for over 5yrs (living together outside US).

 

I also realized that the medical examination was done exactly 60 days after entry into the country (entered in B-2 status on June 23 and performed medical on Aug 23). Does USCIS look at when the medical examination was performed?

 

Thanks.

i dont think it is going to be any problem for you. You are already married for 5 years.

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