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i just got my AOS interview letter today.

i and my husband will move to WA in second week of Jan, i am confuse that we just keep moving up there and flight back to Ca on Feb for the interview and not fill AR-11 change of address until the interview done. because i may think it will just like a vacation??Can i just do that?

Also, in the AOS file, i submit the DS-3025 with the vaccine record and in the letter i saw they as for i-693.Do i have to get it? Because i already done with all examination for K1

Thanks in advance!

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Changing the address with CIS is a pain. They always seem to miss something. You are probably better off just going to your California interview. Getting an interview in Seattle can take a long time from what I've read on here.

If it says to bring an I-693 to the interview, and you don't have it, they may not approve your case until you send them the form after the interview. If you can find a doctor who will transcribe your vaccinations, I would do it and bring that. I would not spend $300-400 for a new exam when the rules say that you don't needed. I would bring a copy of the I-693 instructions to the interview also.

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