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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China

I am confused, what interview?? You posted this to the Adjustment of Status forum which has to to with adjusting status from Non-Immigrant to Immigrant in the USA. There is no adjustment of status for a CR-1 or IR-1 spouse visa holder.

You mean x-rays? These are only needed by the medical center to look for evidence of TB, if they give a clean bill of health and note this, then they are not needed later.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ghana

should my spouse take his erays to the interview the give him to evevolpes should he take both

I don't know how I can help because I was given only one envelop. I pray he has a smooth, stress-free interview!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ghana

should my spouse take his erays to the interview the give him to evevolpes should he take both

K1 visa expereince, I cant imagine it would be any different far as medicals- My fiance got his xrays and the medicals in 2 seperate envelopes from Holy Trinity in Ghana. The x-rays were not needed for the interview. They did tell him to take them with him when he travel. I have read where some people were ask to submit theirs at POE. The medicals are what you should take with you to your interivew. Make sure to keep them sealed.

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Jordan

I can't see a reason why the X-rays would be needed at the interview (especially considering that the interviewer presumably has no training to interpret them and would only be confirming that the X-rays exist!)

Best of luck with the interview. Let us know how it turns out!

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