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Hi everyone, it is me again.. I know you are probably tired of the endless questions.. hehe. :)

Well what I want to know now, is if I filled out and provided the information of the I-864 during the time of the Interview in Moscow for the K-1, do I still have to submit this same information for the AOS? Seems redundant, why ask for me to do the I-864 at K-1 if I only have to turn around and do it again at the AOS. I had thought somewhere that if you did it during the K-1 you then saved yourself the hassle of doing it during the AOS. Is this true? Let me know others thoughts and experiences.

Oh and get this, every civil surgeon I have contacted I told them she has already done the medical exam with shots and such in Moscow, she has copies of that exam and the shot records, does she need to have blood drawn and so on? They told me yes and it was going to be $100 for them to do the testing and such. /sigh. Why have a medical in the K-1 process if they are going to do it over again at AOS????

Thank you!!!

Jeff & Tanya

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I found her in March 08'

We met in December 08'

NOA1 on 31 March 09'

NOA2 on 28 Aug 09'

Interview 18 Nov 09' (Administrative Review)

Visa Approved!! 15 Dec 09'

Tatiana Arrives! 12 Jan 10'

Married 2 Mar 10'

Green Card Received 10 July 10'

Lifting Conditions Filed 25 April 12'

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Yes you need to submit it again.

Kinda interesting (maybe it's Moscow specific?) that they would ask for something other than I-134 for K-1 visa during the interview.


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Hi everyone, it is me again.. I know you are probably tired of the endless questions.. hehe. :)

Well what I want to know now, is if I filled out and provided the information of the I-864 during the time of the Interview in Moscow for the K-1, do I still have to submit this same information for the AOS? Seems redundant, why ask for me to do the I-864 at K-1 if I only have to turn around and do it again at the AOS. I had thought somewhere that if you did it during the K-1 you then saved yourself the hassle of doing it during the AOS. Is this true? Let me know others thoughts and experiences.

Oh and get this, every civil surgeon I have contacted I told them she has already done the medical exam with shots and such in Moscow, she has copies of that exam and the shot records, does she need to have blood drawn and so on? They told me yes and it was going to be $100 for them to do the testing and such. /sigh. Why have a medical in the K-1 process if they are going to do it over again at AOS????

Thank you!!!

Jeff & Tanya

If she kept the paperwork from the exam in Moscow, you don't need anything from a doctor here. Marina brought a copy of the results of her exam and we just submitted it for AOS. She didn't have to go to a doctor here for AOS at all.

I have heard that if you need anything from a doctor here, then you have to get the whole exam (I'm sure it has to do with the threat of lawyers). However, unless you are missing something from the exam pre-K-1, you shouldn't need to get anything from a doctor.

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Marina brought a copy of the results of her exam and we just submitted it for AOS. She didn't have to go to a doctor here for AOS at all.

SMR,

How was it that Marina got the copy of the exam? I thought they seal it. I thought the only thing you take away from the exam is DS-3025 (if you ask for it that is)


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yeah all she got was the 3025. I just got back from the Doc here with Tatiana, $310 lighter in the pocket!! 3 more shots she did not have and then the $100 for the CS to do the signing. /sigh. What a pain. Have to go back even for the skin TV test results. We told the CS about the exam for K-1 he just said it was conducted under those conditions for that purpose of entry, this is a separate filing and have to do it again. He also said if your paperwork does not get done by 1 year, you have to do it again, as this CS exam is only good for 12 months. /shrug. Well anyway, she has the shots done and then we go back on Thursday for the TV results if those come back positive then there is a chest x-ray. Again, did all this already just some 80 days ago!! Bah! Wish they would have just given her the results in the K-1 Exam, been so much easier.

Anyway, just figured I would post the followup.

Jeff & Tanya.


I found her in March 08'

We met in December 08'

NOA1 on 31 March 09'

NOA2 on 28 Aug 09'

Interview 18 Nov 09' (Administrative Review)

Visa Approved!! 15 Dec 09'

Tatiana Arrives! 12 Jan 10'

Married 2 Mar 10'

Green Card Received 10 July 10'

Lifting Conditions Filed 25 April 12'

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We found a doctor down off Jefferson that did our medical immunization transcribe for 35. I resent 834 info just to be safe with my AOS :star:

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I-751 Vermont
Mailed 4/03/2012
Check Cashed 4/10/2012
Noa1 4/12/2012 receipt date 4/6/2012
Biometrics 4/19/2012 letter recieved
Biometrics 5/01/2012 done
Tic Toc, Tic Toc, Tic Toc, Tic toc..................................................

5/10/2013 Info pass for another year stamp

Tic Toc, Tic Toc.....................................

Second biometrics letter received 7/6/2013

Tic toc tic toc..........................................................................................

4/10/14 info pass for another year

Tic Toc, Tic toc

3/30/2015 info pass for another year stamp

9/10/2015 Notice for I-751 interview 9/22/2015 Our gov is so efficient just gotta love em in charge of health care!!

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I-864 IS required for the AOS. Should have been the I-134 for the interview. I think the other poster refers to the DS-3025 vaccination supplement, not the medical exam itself.


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It is not redundant. The visa allows her to enter the US for 90 days. AOS allows her to stay forever. The I-134 is not an enforceable contract, it is a cover letter for the documents you attach. The I-864 is an enforceable contract, not required for a non-immigrant 90 day visa.

If you did a CR-1, immigrant visa, you WOULD submit an I-864 prior to her inteview and would not do an AOS when she arrived


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