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Hi,

I would like to ask your guys, when is the best time to book the medical examination appointment?

Thanks a lot.


My timeline:

K-1

10-12-2005 I-129F Sent to Vermont Service Center

12-12-2005 Rec Petition I-129F NOA1

I-129F RFE(s) to Montreal, Canada

2006-01-27 Montreal consulant asked for copy of my passport

2006-03-07 Montreal consulant asked for residential information

2006-04-08 Packet 3 Received

2006-04-21 DS-230 sent

2006-05-06 Check list sent

2006-05-09 Check list received by consulant

2006-05-18 Interview letter received

2006-07-05 Interview!~

2006-07-06 Visa in hand

2006-07-23 Arrive USA

2006-08-04 Just Married!~

AOS

2006-10-07 file AOS

2006-10-16 NOA1 for I-485

2006-10-30 case transfered to California service center

2006-11-30 received biometrics letter

2006-12-21 biometrics appointment

2007-02-09 welcome letter

Removing Conditional residency

2008-12-2 Mail the package though Fedex

2009-01-10 biometrics appointment

2009-05-07 conditional residency removed

2009- new green card received

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Hi,

I would like to ask your guys, when is the best time to book the medical examination appointment?

Thanks a lot.

Hey,

Looks like you and I are at the same point in our K1 journey at the moment... I think Montréal received my checklist on May 9th too.

I haven't booked my medical yet ... still trying to get a hold of my family doctor (they're closed for the week :( ) to see if I can get a copy of my immunization record and to see if I need more shots/tests done. I have a feeling I'll have to redo the cumbersome TB test again, since it's only good for one year, IIRC.

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Hey,

Looks like you and I are at the same point in our K1 journey at the moment... I think Montréal received my checklist on May 9th too.

I haven't booked my medical yet ... still trying to get a hold of my family doctor (they're closed for the week :( ) to see if I can get a copy of my immunization record and to see if I need more shots/tests done. I have a feeling I'll have to redo the cumbersome TB test again, since it's only good for one year, IIRC.

Hi,

What a coincidence! Thanks for your reply.

Are you getting medical examination from your GP not the designated physicans by US consulate?


My timeline:

K-1

10-12-2005 I-129F Sent to Vermont Service Center

12-12-2005 Rec Petition I-129F NOA1

I-129F RFE(s) to Montreal, Canada

2006-01-27 Montreal consulant asked for copy of my passport

2006-03-07 Montreal consulant asked for residential information

2006-04-08 Packet 3 Received

2006-04-21 DS-230 sent

2006-05-06 Check list sent

2006-05-09 Check list received by consulant

2006-05-18 Interview letter received

2006-07-05 Interview!~

2006-07-06 Visa in hand

2006-07-23 Arrive USA

2006-08-04 Just Married!~

AOS

2006-10-07 file AOS

2006-10-16 NOA1 for I-485

2006-10-30 case transfered to California service center

2006-11-30 received biometrics letter

2006-12-21 biometrics appointment

2007-02-09 welcome letter

Removing Conditional residency

2008-12-2 Mail the package though Fedex

2009-01-10 biometrics appointment

2009-05-07 conditional residency removed

2009- new green card received

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Hi,

What a coincidence! Thanks for your reply.

Are you getting medical examination from your GP not the designated physicans by US consulate?

We all have to get our medicals done by the designated physicians, but from what I understand, we're supposed to bring with us to the medical our vaccinations records. Maybe I'm wrong, but I know that for AOS, we'll have to get all of the required vaccinations and tests listed on the USCIS website, so I might as well get those done now.

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Hi,

What a coincidence! Thanks for your reply.

Are you getting medical examination from your GP not the designated physicans by US consulate?

We all have to get our medicals done by the designated physicians, but from what I understand, we're supposed to bring with us to the medical our vaccinations records. Maybe I'm wrong, but I know that for AOS, we'll have to get all of the required vaccinations and tests listed on the USCIS website, so I might as well get those done now.

Thanks for your reply

I am not sure about this, and I am not preparing...

Do you know where I can find the information related to this?

Thanks a lot


My timeline:

K-1

10-12-2005 I-129F Sent to Vermont Service Center

12-12-2005 Rec Petition I-129F NOA1

I-129F RFE(s) to Montreal, Canada

2006-01-27 Montreal consulant asked for copy of my passport

2006-03-07 Montreal consulant asked for residential information

2006-04-08 Packet 3 Received

2006-04-21 DS-230 sent

2006-05-06 Check list sent

2006-05-09 Check list received by consulant

2006-05-18 Interview letter received

2006-07-05 Interview!~

2006-07-06 Visa in hand

2006-07-23 Arrive USA

2006-08-04 Just Married!~

AOS

2006-10-07 file AOS

2006-10-16 NOA1 for I-485

2006-10-30 case transfered to California service center

2006-11-30 received biometrics letter

2006-12-21 biometrics appointment

2007-02-09 welcome letter

Removing Conditional residency

2008-12-2 Mail the package though Fedex

2009-01-10 biometrics appointment

2009-05-07 conditional residency removed

2009- new green card received

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