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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Russia
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I have a quesiton. We are turning in our papers for the AOS next week, but I am a bit confused about the

I-693 form. His proof of the exam he had done in Russia was passed over when he came to the USA. He thinks he has some papers that show all the shots he has had, but its in Russian and we will have to translate.

Ok. heres my question: Do you have to turn in the I-693 with all the other papers for the AOS or is this done after the NOA- at a later date? Im a bit confused on the biometrics appt. as well. I have followed the step-by-step guide, but want to be sure that I have everything done before I turn these bad boys in.

Any help would be appreciated! Thank you~

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Filed: Country: Canada
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I have a quesiton. We are turning in our papers for the AOS next week, but I am a bit confused about the

I-693 form. His proof of the exam he had done in Russia was passed over when he came to the USA. He thinks he has some papers that show all the shots he has had, but its in Russian and we will have to translate.

Ok. heres my question: Do you have to turn in the I-693 with all the other papers for the AOS or is this done after the NOA- at a later date? Im a bit confused on the biometrics appt. as well. I have followed the step-by-step guide, but want to be sure that I have everything done before I turn these bad boys in.

Any help would be appreciated! Thank you~

The I-693 must be submitted with the I-485 or USCIS will issue an RFE for it.

What's the confusion on the biometrics?


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Filed: Country: Belarus
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I have a quesiton. We are turning in our papers for the AOS next week, but I am a bit confused about the

I-693 form. His proof of the exam he had done in Russia was passed over when he came to the USA. He thinks he has some papers that show all the shots he has had, but its in Russian and we will have to translate.

Ok. heres my question: Do you have to turn in the I-693 with all the other papers for the AOS or is this done after the NOA- at a later date? Im a bit confused on the biometrics appt. as well. I have followed the step-by-step guide, but want to be sure that I have everything done before I turn these bad boys in.

Any help would be appreciated! Thank you~

The I-693 ( if he came on a K-1 visa) is good for a Year. Simply put a statememt in Your packet along with a copy of his visa. The supplement for the vaccinations was not a requirement for the K-1 and must now be done with his AOS. You can print a work sheet off and translate the vaccinations on that and hope the cival surgeon takes that. You could send in the packet without it( the supplement) and either they will say bring it to his interview ( which is what happened with my stepdaughter) or they will send You a RFE ( which is what in my wifes case) His biometrics will be scheduled by USCIS.

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Both of the above posts have bad information. I will let the USCIS clarify.

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Frequently Asked Questions for Form I-693, Medical Examination of Aliens Seeking Adjustment of Status

Are all adjustment of status applicants required to have a medical examination?

Most applicants for adjustment of status are required to have a medical examination. The medical examination must be conducted by a civil surgeon who has been designated by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). The examination must be documented using Form I-693, Medical Examination of Aliens Seeking Adjustment of Status.

EXCEPTIONS:

2. Ks: If you were admitted to the United States as a fiance(e) (K-1), child of a fiance(e) (K-2), Spouse of a U.S. citizen (K-3), or child of K-3 (K-4), and received a medical examination prior to admission, then you do not require another medical examination as long as your application for adjustment of status (Form I-485) is filed within one year of your overseas medical examination. You will, however, be required to submit a vaccination supplement with our adjustment of status application. The vaccination supplement must be completed by a designated civil surgeon.

http://uscis.gov/graphics/i-693faq.htm


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Australia
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Thanks for that rch99.

I will not need to get a I-693 filled, but will need the supplement. Can this supplement be from my K-1 or will I have to go to a civil surgeon here to get one filled?

What information do you need to take with you for the supplement examination?

Thanks for any advice.

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Thanks for that rch99.

I will not need to get a I-693 filled, but will need the supplement. Can this supplement be from my K-1 or will I have to go to a civil surgeon here to get one filled?

What information do you need to take with you for the supplement examination?

Thanks for any advice.

Usually you take your vaccination worksheet to a civil surgeon to get the supplement.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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And your "vaccination worksheet" is the document detailing your vaccination history from K-1????

What exactly does the supplement examination entail?

The supplement is a document the Civil Surgeon will complete based on your vaccination records, you should take a passport for identification and in most cases they only accept cash. It usually takes longer to sign into the doctors office than it takes to get the paperwork signed off.

When completed you should have a sealed envelope with a supplemental form in it and a COPY for your records. Some offices neglect to make a copy for you as required. Make sure you get a copy because if the USCIS looses the thing you will need some form of evidence it has been completed.


-- K1 Timeline --

12-06-2004.... I-129F to NSC

09-29-2005.....Interview

11-19-2005.....Filed for AOS to Chicago

06-22-2006.....Green Card Arrived

02-16-2008.....Mailed I-751 to remove conditions to NSC

02-18-2008.....I-751 delivered by USPS

02-19-2008.....I-751 receipt date

02-22-2008.....Check cleared bank

02-25-2008.....I-797 mailed from CSC

02-27-2008.....I-797 received from CSC

03-18-2008.....Biometrics

07-17-2008.....10 year Green Card received

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-- K2 Timeline -- Follow-to-Join

02-18-2006.....Mailed request for GZ to begin processing K-2 for son (included complete P3 info)

05-23-2006.....Original Interview Date - Rescheduled by request

06-29-2006.....Interview Date - Approved

08-25-2006.....AOS application sent

01-27-2007.....Green Card Arrived

05-10-2007.....Adoption complete

07-01-2008.....US Citizen (Child Citizenship Act)

08-19-2008.....US Passport Issue Date

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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This is what happened to me - My wife had a vaccination Supplement that the examining Doctor (off the consulate list) gave her in Colombia. I sent that in - it's called DS3025 - Vaccination Worksheet. I didn't send an I-693 from a civil surgeon. We didn't get an RFE, so I decided to go to our AOS interview without the I-693 also. We got through our interview without any problem!

So! Maybe some Immigration officers insist on it and others don't. My AOS was done in Denver (filed through Chicago.) Good Luck


2005

K1

March 2 Filed I-129 F

July 21 Interview in Bogota ** Approved ** Very Easy!

AOS

Oct 19 Mailed AOS Packet to Chicago

2006

Feb 17 AOS interview in Denver. Biometrics also done today! (Interviewing officer ordered them.)

Apr 25 Green card received

2008

Removal of conditions

March 17 Refiled using new I-751 form

April 16 Biometrics done

July 10 Green card production ordered

2009

Citizenship

Jan 20 filed N400

Feb 04 NOA date

Feb 24 Biometrics

May 5 Interview - Centennial (Denver, Colorado) Passed

June 10 Oath Ceremony - Teikyo Loretto Heights, Denver, Colorado

July 7 Received Passport in 3 weeks

Shredded all immigration papers Have scanned images

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