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hello everybody,

we have a interview schedule on MARCH 2008..............

i think by that time we will be able to gather all the necessary documents for interview..............if not we will try our best but right now i am not worried on that part.............

my question is about MEDICAL............

do my spouse have to do medical.............my understanding is as she came to UNITED STATES on K3 visa so at the time of interview for the visa she did all the medical requirement from the doctor recommended by the us embassy back there and submitted to us embassy.....................and us embassy gave her a yellow envelop with some of the stuff in it.................when she landed here in united states she gave that package to the immigration officer in the port of entry................ i think inside that package is her medical paper too..........with all the vaccination information that she had ...............

DOES SHE STILL NEED TO DO THE MEDICAL OUT HERE IN UNITED STATES.................i am confused..............if she needs the medical then why they didnot ask for the more evidence (RFE) before scheduling the AOS interview.............

will they ask for the medical at the time of interview.....................can somebody make me clear on this please...........

thank you very much

u guys are great............

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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If her medical was less than a year old when she applied for her AOS it should still be valid. If it was done more than a year prior to applying for the AOS then she will probably need to redo it. It is likely that if they needed her to do a new medical they would have sent a RFE requesting it. If you have not received an RFE for a medical, then I think you should be fine. Good luck at the interview.


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If her medical was less than a year old when she applied for her AOS it should still be valid. If it was done more than a year prior to applying for the AOS then she will probably need to redo it. It is likely that if they needed her to do a new medical they would have sent a RFE requesting it. If you have not received an RFE for a medical, then I think you should be fine. Good luck at the interview.

thx for the quick reply..........we did the medical at the time of interview that is on sep 2007 ...............so it will be less than six month at the time of interview.............can somebody throw the light on this please

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If her medical was less than a year old when she applied for her AOS it should still be valid. If it was done more than a year prior to applying for the AOS then she will probably need to redo it. It is likely that if they needed her to do a new medical they would have sent a RFE requesting it. If you have not received an RFE for a medical, then I think you should be fine. Good luck at the interview.

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You are good to go. No need for her to do another medical. :no:

She just has to visit a civil surgeon and get her vaccination info transferred onto the I-693A. To have your vaccination information transcribed to Form I-693A, the following Civil Surgeon will do it by phone and fax for a nominal fee ($10 at time of writing):

Dr. L. E. Arnold

4534 Westgate Boulevard, Suite 106

Austin, TX 78745

Tel: (512) 444-3131

Fax: (512) 447-4699


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