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AOS Interview - I-693 required?

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Hi,

I was a K-1 visa holder and I recently received the notice for my AOS interview. (Sept 19, 2006). I have 2 questions on this and am wondering if anyone could help:

(i) I submitted my DS 3025 vaccination supplement instead of an I-693 vaccination supplement (Already had my check up done in KL before my interview for K-1 visa in KL Consulate). I did not receive any RFEs. However, in the list of things to bring in my notice, it says "- A completed medical examination (Form I-693) and vaccination supplement in a selead envelope (unless already submitted)". Do I need to go for I-693 check up now or does that not apply to me?

(ii) The Notice says "Request for Applicant to Apper for Initial Interview". My NOA 1 date was June 29 and the processing dates posted for AOS dates back to Dec last year. Is this the interview where I will get my stamp/ temp 2 year green card? Or is this the first of the many?

Thanks!

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Hi,

I was a K-1 visa holder and I recently received the notice for my AOS interview. (Sept 19, 2006). I have 2 questions on this and am wondering if anyone could help:

(i) I submitted my DS 3025 vaccination supplement instead of an I-693 vaccination supplement (Already had my check up done in KL before my interview for K-1 visa in KL Consulate). I did not receive any RFEs. However, in the list of things to bring in my notice, it says "- A completed medical examination (Form I-693) and vaccination supplement in a selead envelope (unless already submitted)". Do I need to go for I-693 check up now or does that not apply to me?

(ii) The Notice says "Request for Applicant to Apper for Initial Interview". My NOA 1 date was June 29 and the processing dates posted for AOS dates back to Dec last year. Is this the interview where I will get my stamp/ temp 2 year green card? Or is this the first of the many?

Thanks!

1. I-693A (Vaccination Supplement) is required for AOS. since you just submit DS 3025, I'll go ahead and do the I-693A. It's better to be prepared during the interview.

2. Yes that is the interview where you will get stamp if approved but it's depend upon the local office, some office do not give you stamp even if your approve as they send your GC within 2 weeks.

Good luck!


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