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Go to Interview or apply for AOS?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina

I finally got approved for naturalization, and at the same time my husband has been sent an interview appointment for his immigrant visa application (we applied when I was still a GC holder) in his country. He is currently here studying with an F-1 and we were wondering if it would be better/less expensive to just re-submit all the documents from here and file for AOS or to just go to the consular interview in Argentina.

The major conflict has been timing. We weren't expecting that the interview and my oath ceremony would be within days of each other and that I would not get a chance to prepare for travel to accompany him. Another thing is that his passport expired and he renewed it at the embassy here, but it's just a stamp on his passport (allows him travel for 5 years). Would he have to get a new passport book to go to the medical evaluation and the interview?

Thanks in advance for your responses!

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