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Hi guys, I hope everyone's doing okay! I just had a quick question about the medical part of the AOS procedure. I heard someone got an RFE as they failed to submit I-693 with their AOS package! I will be submitting my AOS package well within a year of my medical exam as I know the medical results are valid for a year.

My question is: Is there/are there any medical records I need to submit along with my AOS package?

Thank you in advance for all your answers!

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I submitted a copy of the page I got from my medical in Canada.

They amazingly had all my medical files and didnt lose any of them so I wasn't RFE'd for them.


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i'm about to send in mine as well this weekend, i'm giving a copy of the vaccination worksheet that was filled out and i was given like 3 copies of it.


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A lot of people have received an RFE for not submitting an I-693. But a lot of people have also been successful just sending in the vaccination supplement from the panel physician. You should either just send in your vaccination supplement, or get an I-693 filled out by a local civil surgeon for a fee. It all depends on weather or not you are willing to risk an RFE.

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Thank you for all your replies! I found my vaccination supplement sheet and I will be sending it with my AOS package. The date of my medical was 01/20/2010 so I do not see any problems with it. I am hoping for the best!

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I had to go to a local panel physician and get the vaccinations transcribed (for a hefty fee :( ) as Huggles mentions below. I think they had a cursory look at me...cannot remember, but it was a formality.'

Funny how I just don;t remember these things 2 yrs later


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For those who are filing for AOS, it is not the whole I-693 that is requested - just the identification information and the vaccination information to show you have satisfied all of the necessary vaccination requirements. If you had already satisfied the vaccination requirements with the K-1 or K-3, then you will probably be fine just submitting the vaccination worksheet (that's what I did). If your vaccinations were not complete then you will need the I-693 vaccination component to show that they now are (as medically complete as they can be understanding that some are not medically applicable due to timing of year, staging of vaccination, etc.) There have been recent cases where even when individuals have completed their vaccinations and just submitted the vaccination worksheet, however, they have still received an RFE for the I-693. If you do get an RFE for the I-693 and your medical is still less than a year from when it was done, make sure the Civil Surgeon doesn't insist you do the whole medical - you only need the vaccination and identification parts. If they refuse to comply, find another Civil Surgeon who is willing to play by the rules instead of the profit margin.

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