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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
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Hi all,

I am now beging the AOS process and had a question. It is my understanding that if your medical is less than a year old, then it is not necessary to have another medical done for AOS. I am suppose to submit a DS-3025 with my AOS application. However, the doctors office (Dr. Chana) would not give me any copies of my medical and specifically advised me "not to bother calling for copies at a later date". I plan on taking my immunization records from Canada to a civil surgeon here in the USA. The doctor will transcribe my Canadian immunization records onto the appropriate form, and my medical that was done in Canada (that I handed in at POE) will be forwarded to the local office. Is this correct?? Is there something I am missing? Has anyone else been in this situation?

thanks in advance

A


I-130:

05/26/07: Mailed USPS; 05/31/07: Priority Date established
09/13/07: Received NOA1 (PD 5/31, RD 5/31, ND 9/10, PM 9/11)
11/15/07: Case Approved
11/20/07: Received NOA2 by mail (PD 5/31, RD 6/9, ND 11/15, PM 11/19)

I-129F:
06/27/07: Mailed USPS; 07/09/07: Received NOA1 (PD N/A, RD 7/2, ND 7/6, PM 7/6)
11/20/07: Received NOA2 by mail (PD N/A, RD 7/6, ND 11/15, PM 11/19)
12/10/07: NVC Received case (12/24/07: Received Packet 3 in the mail)
01/02/08: Email from consulate. Interview scheduled on 01/23. Interview letter in the mail.
01/23/08: Interview in Vancouver Approved
01/24/08: K-3 Visa granted

I-485/I-765 (AOS/EAD):
02/22/08: Mailed USPS; 03/03/08: Received both I-797C NOAs by mail (RD 2/24, ND 2/29, PM 2/29)
03/19/08: Biometrics
05/07/08: EAD card received
07/28/08: Interview Notice Received. (ND 7/23)
09/29/08: Interview - Approved Class CR6

10/18/08: Received welcome letter; 10/23/08: Received Conditional Permanent Resident Card (PM 10/21)

I-751 (Remove Condition)

07/01/10: Mailed USPS
07/16/10: Received I-797C NOA by mail (RD 7/12)
07/29/10: Biometrics Appt Scheduled for 08/19/10 (ND 7/26)

09/16/10: Condition lifted and Permanent Resident Card Printed

09/25/10: Permanent Resident Card received

N-400 (Citizenship):
03/03/14: Mailed USPS
03/15/14: Received I-797C NOA by mail (PD 3/6, RD 3/06, ND 3/10)
03/17/14: Biometrics Appt Scheduled for 03/27/14 (ND 3/13)

04/03/14: Placed inline for interview scheduling

06/04/14: Interview Notice Received with Interview scheduled for 7/8. (ND 6/4)

07/08/14: Interview + RFE. Response Mailed 7/12. Website updated on 8/21 that response received. 8/25 Placed in queue for oath.

09/05/14: Oath Ceremony Letter Received (ND 9/2)

09/17/14: Oath Ceremony / Naturalized

PD = Priority Date, RD= Receipt Date, ND = Notice Date, PM = Post Marked

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hi all,

I am now beging the AOS process and had a question. It is my understanding that if your medical is less than a year old, then it is not necessary to have another medical done for AOS. I am suppose to submit a DS-3025 with my AOS application. However, the doctors office (Dr. Chana) would not give me any copies of my medical and specifically advised me "not to bother calling for copies at a later date". I plan on taking my immunization records from Canada to a civil surgeon here in the USA. The doctor will transcribe my Canadian immunization records onto the appropriate form, and my medical that was done in Canada (that I handed in at POE) will be forwarded to the local office. Is this correct?? Is there something I am missing? Has anyone else been in this situation?

thanks in advance

A

Your thinking is correct


YMMV

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However, the doctors office (Dr. Chana) would not give me any copies of my medical and specifically advised me "not to bother calling for copies at a later date".

Well, Gee, wasn't that nice of the Dr's office :rolleyes:

It's too bad they didn't give that to you, or say they 'could' get you a copy.

All I did when I sent in my AOS was send in a copy of the DS-3025...didn't bother with the I-693A. Didn't get an RFE, got sent to California, and had the GC in 2.5 months.

I'd call them up anyway, and see what they say. You might get someone different...and you never know.

Good Luck!


AOS/EAD

04/07/07 - Sent AOS/EAD to Chicago

04/09/07 - Received at Chicago Lockbox

04/16/07 - NOA Date

05/10/07 - Transferred to CSC

05/30/07 - Case Pending at CSC

06/19/07 - Card Production Ordered for AOS

06/22/07 - Approval Notice Sent for AOS

06/23/07 - Welcome to America Letter received!

06/27/07 - Green Card Received

Removing Conditions

06/03/09 - Sent I-751

06/04/09 - Received at VSC

06/05/09 - NOA1

07/01/09 - Biometrics - Alexandria, VA

07/02/09 - the Lonely Touch

10/29/09 - Approved!

11/04/09 - Card Production Ordered

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