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Does the immigration officer at the interview takes the sealed envelope for medical exams or does he return the envelope back to you? Do I need the medical exam envelope at arrival at the port of entry to U.S?

The sealed envelope that you will present at your point of entry to the US will contain the medical exam report. When the visa is delivered the package will include a sealed envelope that MUST not be opened.


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Does the immigration officer at the interview takes the sealed envelope for medical exams or does he return the envelope back to you? Do I need the medical exam envelope at arrival at the port of entry to U.S?

for medical exam you have to have it sealed for the interview and they will open it there at the embassy and after you got visa approved they will send you the visa with yellow sealed envelope dont open it , the boarder officer at the US airport they will open it and pick all of your data from it including your medical exam, Good Luck


Service Center: Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Egypt

Marriage : 2008-03-03

I-130 Sent : 2008-05-29

I-130 NOA1 : 2008-06-06

TOUCHED : 2008-31-12

I-130 Approved : 2009-1-1

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