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I am on K-1 visa and as per the rules i am not required to give another medical exam if my overseas medical exam was taken withing one year.

I went to civil surgeon and got my vaccination records transferred to i-693. Since only Part 1, Part 2 and Part 5 were filled, page 2, 3 and 5 were blank. She asked me if she should include blank pages too in the sealed envelope and i said I guess so as they are part of the forms.

Not sure if that was the right thing or not. Please let me know.

Since i got my i-693, am i still supposed to send DS-3025 with the AOS package?

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You can send both, I would would just incase.

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Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

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The transcribed I-693 will duplicate all of the information that is on the DS-3025. indeed, that is the whole point of the I-693 for a K-1 entrant.

Sending the extra blank pages won't hurt, and sending a copy of the DS-3025 won't hurt, but I didn't do either and got approved in 90 days with no interview.


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Some say including the DS-3025 proves that you had the medical in your home country. You'd think this doesn't matter but many many people get RFE's saying the medical is missing from their file and to do a new one. If including the DS-3025 reduces this risk, by however much, then I certainly would (and did).

The extra pages of the I-693 aren't needed but there's no reason you should be worried about having them included. i do recall one person at least getting an RFE for missing pages, but that was because the CS wrote a date in part 2 under "medical exam" so the person checking the forms though there was an entire medical done for the I-693 and those pages were missing.

Long story short - doesn't matter either way. I prefer to send the DS-3025 for the above stated reason.

There is an AOS thread in my signature that has the complete document list.

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