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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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Do i need to hand carry my medical xray also during my departure to US?

Yes you will recieve an envelope from the Embassy after the interview which must not be opened and carried through and given to immigration at your poe.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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What i mean is my XRAY RESULT.... do i need to hand carry those?

yes you carry everthing the embassy send you in the sealed envelope including your xrays.


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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Philippines
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Do i need to hand carry my medical xray also during my departure to US?

during your departure to US? i havn't had my interview yet but according to what i read from other's posts,., yes, they carried their XRAY RESULTS but the thing is, noone even bothered to look at it or even ask for it ,., so they suggest to others to just include it in their luggage. :)


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MY K3 TIMELINE purple4.gifVid of how I prepared my interview documents purple.gifPapers that I brought on my USEM interview

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06.17.2010 - submitted our papers

06.19.2010 - papers arrived at Chicago lockbox

06.24.2010 - Check cashed

06.28.2010 - NOA1 Hardcopy received (9 days from the day they got our papers)

07.05.2010 - Received Biometrics Schedule (July 26)

08.05.2010 - Biometrics done! (had to re-schedule from 7/26 to 8/5)

08.13.2010 - Got my interview letter

08.20.2010 - EAD card on production

09.06.2010 - Got my EAD Card (62 days)

09.07.2010 - Applied for SSN

09.14.2010 - SSN Card received

09.16.2010 - Interview schedule (APPROVED)

09.20.2010 - Welcome Notice Received ("Welcome to the USA")

09.25.2010 - 10 yr Green Card received! (98 days)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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Do i need to hand carry my medical xray also during my departure to US?

during your departure to US? i havn't had my interview yet but according to what i read from other's posts,., yes, they carried their XRAY RESULTS but the thing is, noone even bothered to look at it or even ask for it ,., so they suggest to others to just include it in their luggage. :)

I wouldnt do that, it has to be available for the immigration officer at your poe.


Sal and Jay




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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Philippines
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Do i need to hand carry my medical xray also during my departure to US?

during your departure to US? i havn't had my interview yet but according to what i read from other's posts,., yes, they carried their XRAY RESULTS but the thing is, noone even bothered to look at it or even ask for it ,., so they suggest to others to just include it in their luggage. :)

I wouldnt do that, it has to be available for the immigration officer at your poe.

well ,., correct me if am wrong based on how i understand true's question :). i believe that what true's asking is if he/she will include it in her/his hand carry or luggage during his departure to US. if my understanding is correct then let me share this link

i guess it really varies to the destination where you are heading to. let me share this other email i got to the other group am in. i will only paste here 1 post (altho i have several) but if u want to request for more emails then just simply PM me :) . NOTE: i changed his email add for his privacy.

X-ray Question

my wife's xray is in the back of our closet drawing dust. no one anywhere has ever asked to see it.

Alan

Neal <x0x0x0x@hotmail. com> wrote:

Remember there is no such thing as a stupid question...

My finacee was told at CFO class that she has to bring X-ray on hand

carry. The X-ray is large and I do not believe that anyone on either

end (RP or USA) wants to see that and I wrong?

Neal

not all people has similar experiences to others ,., i just shared what i read and heard :)

anyway the decision is still in our end :)

good luck to all and peace out!! :D


My son named Zac

"My son's smile makes my day complete"

zac-1.jpg

VErqm5.png

MY K3 TIMELINE purple4.gifVid of how I prepared my interview documents purple.gifPapers that I brought on my USEM interview

AOS TIMELINE

06.17.2010 - submitted our papers

06.19.2010 - papers arrived at Chicago lockbox

06.24.2010 - Check cashed

06.28.2010 - NOA1 Hardcopy received (9 days from the day they got our papers)

07.05.2010 - Received Biometrics Schedule (July 26)

08.05.2010 - Biometrics done! (had to re-schedule from 7/26 to 8/5)

08.13.2010 - Got my interview letter

08.20.2010 - EAD card on production

09.06.2010 - Got my EAD Card (62 days)

09.07.2010 - Applied for SSN

09.14.2010 - SSN Card received

09.16.2010 - Interview schedule (APPROVED)

09.20.2010 - Welcome Notice Received ("Welcome to the USA")

09.25.2010 - 10 yr Green Card received! (98 days)

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