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Hi all,

They say hindsight is 20/20. I never looked into the Civil Surgeon process locally here until just last week. I had waited until all the paperwork was done with my insurance company so that she would be covered on my insurance. Only to find out that nothing the CS does is covered by insurance. I never thought the I-693a would be covered but, I'm told that the shots, exams, and bloodwork that may be required are not covered.

Accoding to Charry's DS-3025 she needs her Td and a second MMR shot, everything else is either already done or not medically apropriate.

The Civil Surgeon in the area requires 5 visits over the course of a month to a month and a half, here is where I'm worried. We have less than a month until Charry's I-94 says she has to leave. But we are already married so I'm not sure if she still has to leave by this time if I don't submit the AOS before this.

Is it required that you submit the AOS before the I-94 expires?

If yes, should I file the AOS prior to getting the I-693a and just plan on getting an RFE?

Marc

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Hi all,

They say hindsight is 20/20. I never looked into the Civil Surgeon process locally here until just last week. I had waited until all the paperwork was done with my insurance company so that she would be covered on my insurance. Only to find out that nothing the CS does is covered by insurance. I never thought the I-693a would be covered but, I'm told that the shots, exams, and bloodwork that may be required are not covered.

Accoding to Charry's DS-3025 she needs her Td and a second MMR shot, everything else is either already done or not medically apropriate.

The Civil Surgeon in the area requires 5 visits over the course of a month to a month and a half, here is where I'm worried. We have less than a month until Charry's I-94 says she has to leave. But we are already married so I'm not sure if she still has to leave by this time if I don't submit the AOS before this.

Is it required that you submit the AOS before the I-94 expires?

If yes, should I file the AOS prior to getting the I-693a and just plan on getting an RFE?

Marc

If you married before the expiration date of the I-94, all things are perfect, she can stay in USA.

Some people wait 1 year after the expiration date of I-94 to send their AOS, I don't read anywhere that there are a limit.

Good Luck.

Edited by MIDUVIL

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As long as you got married before the I-94 expires theree's no worry. You can submit the medical report that she had during her K-1 process that was done in St. Luke's.

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Hi all,

They say hindsight is 20/20. I never looked into the Civil Surgeon process locally here until just last week. I had waited until all the paperwork was done with my insurance company so that she would be covered on my insurance. Only to find out that nothing the CS does is covered by insurance. I never thought the I-693a would be covered but, I'm told that the shots, exams, and bloodwork that may be required are not covered.

Accoding to Charry's DS-3025 she needs her Td and a second MMR shot, everything else is either already done or not medically apropriate.

The Civil Surgeon in the area requires 5 visits over the course of a month to a month and a half, here is where I'm worried. We have less than a month until Charry's I-94 says she has to leave. But we are already married so I'm not sure if she still has to leave by this time if I don't submit the AOS before this.

Is it required that you submit the AOS before the I-94 expires?

If yes, should I file the AOS prior to getting the I-693a and just plan on getting an RFE?

Marc

5 visits and a month to a month and a half? My son's was completed in 1 hr. If all you require is vaccinations get them done someplace else and have a Dr such as Dr. Arnold transcribe the vaccinations to the supplement.


YMMV

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So let me understand this.

I can have her goto my doctor, who does take insurance, and get her shots and then have Dr Arnold transcribe this information to the I-693a?

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So let me understand this.

I can have her goto my doctor, who does take insurance, and get her shots and then have Dr Arnold transcribe this information to the I-693a?

Yup, it is now called Part II of the I-693


YMMV

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Do a search on here for Dr L. E. Arnold and you should be good to go, she does it for like $20 or less and all by mail in the I693A. :thumbs:

Hi all,

They say hindsight is 20/20. I never looked into the Civil Surgeon process locally here until just last week. I had waited until all the paperwork was done with my insurance company so that she would be covered on my insurance. Only to find out that nothing the CS does is covered by insurance. I never thought the I-693a would be covered but, I'm told that the shots, exams, and bloodwork that may be required are not covered.

Accoding to Charry's DS-3025 she needs her Td and a second MMR shot, everything else is either already done or not medically apropriate.

The Civil Surgeon in the area requires 5 visits over the course of a month to a month and a half, here is where I'm worried. We have less than a month until Charry's I-94 says she has to leave. But we are already married so I'm not sure if she still has to leave by this time if I don't submit the AOS before this.

Is it required that you submit the AOS before the I-94 expires?

If yes, should I file the AOS prior to getting the I-693a and just plan on getting an RFE?

Marc

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