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Hello everyone!! I am done with my first day of medical. I was worried with my vivid scar at my wrist to find out the Doctor only asked me one question "how did i get?" and i directly answered her then that was it.For those who have case with me when did the Doctor advise you to undergo psychiatric evaluation? Is it on the first day or there is a possibility on the second day? Just curious about it. I'm not clear yet if im over with my wrist scar. Sorry for being a little paranoid i just need your opinion. Thank you so fellow vjs...

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Hello everyone!! I am done with my first day of medical. I was worried with my vivid scar at my wrist to find out the Doctor only asked me one question "how did i get?" and i directly answered her then that was it.For those who have case with me when did the Doctor advise you to undergo psychiatric evaluation? Is it on the first day or there is a possibility on the second day? Just curious about it. I'm not clear yet if im over with my wrist scar. Sorry for being a little paranoid i just need your opinion. Thank you so fellow vjs...

You won't be able to know that you need to undergo psychiatric evaluation til the 2nd day of your medical exam. On the second day, if the guard asked you to go to immunization room then that means you passed, if he asked you to go to "releasing area ata yun" then that means there is something wrong. I am just curious, did you ever notice the doctor attached white paper (after the physical exam) together with the SLEC medical papers that you where holding the whole day? kasi if yes, then most probably that is the referral letter.

Let's just pray na sana walang prob :star:


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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Hello everyone!! I am done with my first day of medical. I was worried with my vivid scar at my wrist to find out the Doctor only asked me one question "how did i get?" and i directly answered her then that was it.For those who have case with me when did the Doctor advise you to undergo psychiatric evaluation? Is it on the first day or there is a possibility on the second day? Just curious about it. I'm not clear yet if im over with my wrist scar. Sorry for being a little paranoid i just need your opinion. Thank you so fellow vjs...

You won't be able to know that you need to undergo psychiatric evaluation til the 2nd day of your medical exam. On the second day, if the guard asked you to go to immunization room then that means you passed, if he asked you to go to "releasing area ata yun" then that means there is something wrong. I am just curious, did you ever notice the doctor attached white paper (after the physical exam) together with the SLEC medical papers that you where holding the whole day? kasi if yes, then most probably that is the referral letter.

Let's just pray na sana walang prob :star:

No other paper attach at the paper im holding the whole day except for my "official receipt and a paper reminding me that personal appearance is required and bring my passport and what time i will be going back" -these are the papers the counter check out gave me when i went home.. My son undergo Tuberculin skin test so we will be going back on Thursday.Thanks for your input Pink.

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Hello everyone!! I am done with my first day of medical. I was worried with my vivid scar at my wrist to find out the Doctor only asked me one question "how did i get?" and i directly answered her then that was it.For those who have case with me when did the Doctor advise you to undergo psychiatric evaluation? Is it on the first day or there is a possibility on the secondhttp://www.visajourney.com/forums/style_images/1/folder_editor_images/rte-bold.png day? Just curious about it. I'm not clear yet if im over with my wrist scar. Sorry for being a little paranoid i just need your opinion. Thank you so fellow vjs...

You won't be able to know that you need to undergo psychiatric evaluation til the 2nd day of your medical exam. On the second day, if the guard asked you to go to immunization room then that means you passed, if he asked you to go to "releasing area ata yun" then that means there is something wrong. I am just curious, did you ever notice the doctor attached white paper (after the physical exam) together with the SLEC medical papers that you where holding the whole day? kasi if yes, then most probably that is the referral letter.

Let's just pray na sana walang prob :star:

No other paper attach at the paper im holding the whole day except for my "official receipt and a paper reminding me that personal appearance is required and bring my passport and what time i will be going back" -these are the papers the counter check out gave me when i went home.. My son undergo Tuberculin skin test so we will be going back on Thursday.Thanks for your input Pink.

that's good to hear :star:


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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thanks pink pls include me in your prayer..

done :)


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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good luck in the interivew soon.

my wife is doing the medical today in st luke

abby n sheryl


Our time line for CR1 visa took only 5 months and 1 week or 156 days; from the filing the I-130 on the 03-12-2009 to Approval of NOA2 on the 05/13/2009, then Interview on the 08/18/2009 at Manila, Philippines. We had a daughter on the 11-12-2010 named AISHA JOY means HAPPY LIFE.a1_opt-1.jpga2_opt-1.jpga3_opt-1.jpg

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