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Hello everyone,

My daughter and I are flying out on the 5th of Feb bound to Miami, are the X-rays going to be hand carried? I know the passport, medical report and visa packet are to be hand carried but I wonder if I should also do the same thing with the X-rays.

Any input is highly appreciated. God Bless us all!!!! :innocent:

Amy


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Claudeth packed her xray in her luggage, it isn't required for the POE. We did use it when she did the supplemental for AOS because the civil surgeon wanted to do another xray so we showed him the one from St. Lukes.


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i was gona hand carry it but some says its not required so i put it in my luggage with no problem getting in to my POE... Good luck and happy trip!


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They should be in her carry on with the immigrations packet. 99% of the time the x-ray wont be needed at the POE, but you never know.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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People from SLEC said that I should hand carry my x-ray result coz sometimes it is ask at POE.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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I hand carried my x-ray and I saw plenty of people carrying their x-rays too during my departure


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I hand carried my Chest X-ray with the Vaccination record because that was what the SLEC nurse instructed for POE purposes, but the Immigration Officer at POE did not even asked for it. I have read that few placed it in their luggaage and that it was asked of them at POE, and it took them so much time to get it from their luggage (which caused hassle).

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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during the guidance counseling seminar, the counselor told us to hand carry the x-ray film together with the other documents. st lukes also had the same instruction.

I followed the instructions but it wasn't asked by the immigration officer upon entry. I placed mine in a plastic tube that i can just hang it on my back or side(no hassle at all).

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Thank you so much friendly VJ members, I really can count on you guys!!!! God bless us all..... :thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:


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K1-K2 process:

2007-04-25 : K1-K2 package submitted

2007-05-07 : NOA 1

2007-09-07 : NOA 2

2007-09-13 : Consulate received

2007-11-29 : Appointment letter received

2008-01-08 : Interview Date

2008-01-23 : Visa received

2008-02-05 : U.S. entry

2008-02-28 : Wedding Date

AOS process:

2008-05-22 : Filing date

2008-05-30 : NOA K1-K2

2008-06-21 : Biometrics appointments

2008-06-30 : Transfer to CSC

2008-07-30 : Approval date

2008-08-30 : Greencard received

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They should be in her carry on with the immigrations packet. 99% of the time the x-ray wont be needed at the POE, but you never know.

The x-ray will never be needed at the POE. The POE officers are not x-ray technicians or Drs. so wouldn't have a clue of what they were looking at. Pack it up, no problems.


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Hello everyone,

My daughter and I are flying out on the 5th of Feb bound to Miami, are the X-rays going to be hand carried? I know the passport, medical report and visa packet are to be hand carried but I wonder if I should also do the same thing with the X-rays.

Any input is highly appreciated. God Bless us all!!!! :innocent:

Amy

Good thing that you asked this topic...at least we both have ideas. I was going to ask the same also. Thanks to everyone.

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People from SLEC said that I should hand carry my x-ray result coz sometimes it is ask at POE.

I am still curious why a POE officer would want to see an x-ray.


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