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We just recived a RFI about our form I-693. This seams funny to me and not sure why we recived it!! Before leaving the Philippines my wife compleated her medical exam and recived a DS-3025 and her medical X-ray. At the POE in LA she handed over her brown sealed envalope and from my understanding the information inside would go to the USCIS and matched up when we compleated our AOS. When compleating our AOS we included a copy of the DS-3025 form and thought that was all we needed to send. But now 6 months later we have a RFI for the I-693.

In the letter to us it states we need to have a compleated I-693 medical report asministered by a physician. Later in the letter it states All our papers were reviewed and there are no records of a form DS-2053, DS-3024 or DS-3026. I guess that is true because we only have a DS-3025 form. But what are those other forms?

Then on the botom line it reads.....

VACCINATIONS Evidence submitted indicates that you have met the vaccination requirements.

So do you think they are just wanting a I-693 form filled out to them? Is it ok to have the information transcribed to the I-693? On advice from this board we only submited the DS-3025 but I guess this is not enough.

What would you recomend????

Aaron and Helen's Visa Journey

08-28-07 sent in I129f to CSC

08-30-07 Delivery Confirmation of I129f to CSC

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I think they lost your medical forms from the Philippeans, which means they want another full exam.

DS-2053 (Medical Examination for Immigrant or Refugee Applicant)

DS-3024 (Chest X-Ray and Classification Worksheet)

DS-3025 (Vaccination Documentation Worksheet) You sent them a copy of this one

DS-3026 (Medical History and Physical Examination Worksheet)

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