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Okay, so we have our AOS interview on April 28th. We're adjusting from K-1 visa to perm. resident. When we filed for AOS we just sent in the vacc. report that my husband got from his doctor in England. (We did not have it transferred to the official form by civil surgeon. We thought we would take a chance.) Now, do we have to have it done before the interview to take it with us? Is it possible that we won't need it since we've come this far without it?


10-2005- met in Wales & began dating (We were students)

07-2005- found out we were pregnant (and they said I couldn't conceive-yay!!)

09-2005- vacation in Croatia where he sneakily bought my engament ring w/o me knowing

10-2006- he proposed

11-13-2006- mailed I-129F

11-22-2006- NOA1

11-30-2006- Touched

23-01-2007- Pete comes to the US to stay as a tourist for 90 days-no problem arriving on a one way ticket!

13-02-2007- NOA 2 (email)

20-02-2007- NOA 2 (postal letter)

05-03-2007- Packet 3 received

08-03-2007- Packet 3 stuff mailed back

08-03-2007- Baby Samuel is born!

23-03-2007- Packet 4 received

25-05-2007- Medical exam

27-04-2007- interview date

02-05-2007- Visa received!

11-05-2007- Pete flies back to the U.S.

06-25-2007- We get legally married

07-18-2007- Mail off EAD and AOS

07-31-2007- EAD and AOS received at national center

08-15-2007- Biometrics in Louisville

08-31-2007- "real" wedding with the dress and cake

04/28/2008- AOS Interview! (We passed!)

05/07/08- Card arrives in mail.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
Timeline

I did the same and no questions were asked. It seems to be a hit or miss - it's up to you on how comfortable you are with your situation. I didn't mind a delay if we were asked for it, and didn't submit anything other than the vaccine supplement. Good Luck


2005

K1

March 2 Filed I-129 F

July 21 Interview in Bogota ** Approved ** Very Easy!

AOS

Oct 19 Mailed AOS Packet to Chicago

2006

Feb 17 AOS interview in Denver. Biometrics also done today! (Interviewing officer ordered them.)

Apr 25 Green card received

2008

Removal of conditions

March 17 Refiled using new I-751 form

April 16 Biometrics done

July 10 Green card production ordered

2009

Citizenship

Jan 20 filed N400

Feb 04 NOA date

Feb 24 Biometrics

May 5 Interview - Centennial (Denver, Colorado) Passed

June 10 Oath Ceremony - Teikyo Loretto Heights, Denver, Colorado

July 7 Received Passport in 3 weeks

Shredded all immigration papers Have scanned images

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I did the same and no questions were asked. It seems to be a hit or miss - it's up to you on how comfortable you are with your situation. I didn't mind a delay if we were asked for it, and didn't submit anything other than the vaccine supplement. Good Luck

Thanks! It's actually the vaccine supplement that I am worried about. The one we have is from his doc's, but not on the I-693. I have called several civil surgeons in my area and asked them about transferring it over but so far nobody knows what I am talking about and keep thinking that I need a physical.


10-2005- met in Wales & began dating (We were students)

07-2005- found out we were pregnant (and they said I couldn't conceive-yay!!)

09-2005- vacation in Croatia where he sneakily bought my engament ring w/o me knowing

10-2006- he proposed

11-13-2006- mailed I-129F

11-22-2006- NOA1

11-30-2006- Touched

23-01-2007- Pete comes to the US to stay as a tourist for 90 days-no problem arriving on a one way ticket!

13-02-2007- NOA 2 (email)

20-02-2007- NOA 2 (postal letter)

05-03-2007- Packet 3 received

08-03-2007- Packet 3 stuff mailed back

08-03-2007- Baby Samuel is born!

23-03-2007- Packet 4 received

25-05-2007- Medical exam

27-04-2007- interview date

02-05-2007- Visa received!

11-05-2007- Pete flies back to the U.S.

06-25-2007- We get legally married

07-18-2007- Mail off EAD and AOS

07-31-2007- EAD and AOS received at national center

08-15-2007- Biometrics in Louisville

08-31-2007- "real" wedding with the dress and cake

04/28/2008- AOS Interview! (We passed!)

05/07/08- Card arrives in mail.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: New Zealand
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If you do get asked for it at interview, some do some dont, and if your vacs are up to date you can send the worksheet and any other records to Dr Arnold in Texas. She will transfer them over for a small fee onto the supplement.

This will delay your GC approval for a few weeks but it all depends on whether or not you wish too.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=107338


I 130 & I129F (K3) and AOS info in timeline

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