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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Brazil
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Well, we finally went to our interview on June 14 and everything looked good, except in the end, the IO asked me to go back to my doctor where I did the medical examination and ask them my vaccination record. I would have to have them put it in a seal envelope again and I would mail to Memphis. After that done I would have it approved. The problem is that I mailed it last week and still havent heard anything. I am worried. Anyone ever had the same kind of problem??? :wacko: :wacko: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure:

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Nigeria
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My hubby and I recently had an AOS interview on June 10th. We submitted the DS3025 form which is the vaccination record that he received from his country. We never noticed that at the bottom a little box was checked that said vaccinations not complete although the top portion was completed and didn't indicate which vaccine was still required. I thought we were done with vaccines. Anyway, during our interview the IO asked for his vaccinatin records and pointed the little box out to us. Our RFE was for the vaccination suppliment of the I-693. The IO said all we had to do is go to a civil surgeon and fill out page 1 ourselfs and have the Dr fill out part 2 (the vaccination record itself) but to bring the entire form to the appointment. Luckily, the form that we had from Nigeria has his original exam date (which was less than a year ago) and showed the major vaccinations that were performed which we took to the civil surgeon appointment. So, if you are able to get the records sent to you from your original surgeon that would be great and upon inspection if there is something else that is needed you can go to an approved surgeon here with those records to get the vaccination suppliment completed. They will also record the dates of the original examination on the same form from the proof that you supply which will be a cost savings as well. I know that each surgeons fees are not regulated but for us it was the difference of paying for one vaccination which was $350 or getting a full exam which would have been $625. If you decide not to bother with your previous records you could just get a full exam from a Civil Surgeon in the US. My husband and I were able to just mail in the original RFE paper with the sealed envelope from the civil surgeon and we received our approval today. It took less than 10 days. Good Luck!


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Brazil
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My hubby and I recently had an AOS interview on June 10th. We submitted the DS3025 form which is the vaccination record that he received from his country. We never noticed that at the bottom a little box was checked that said vaccinations not complete although the top portion was completed and didn't indicate which vaccine was still required. I thought we were done with vaccines. Anyway, during our interview the IO asked for his vaccinatin records and pointed the little box out to us. Our RFE was for the vaccination suppliment of the I-693. The IO said all we had to do is go to a civil surgeon and fill out page 1 ourselfs and have the Dr fill out part 2 (the vaccination record itself) but to bring the entire form to the appointment. Luckily, the form that we had from Nigeria has his original exam date (which was less than a year ago) and showed the major vaccinations that were performed which we took to the civil surgeon appointment. So, if you are able to get the records sent to you from your original surgeon that would be great and upon inspection if there is something else that is needed you can go to an approved surgeon here with those records to get the vaccination suppliment completed. They will also record the dates of the original examination on the same form from the proof that you supply which will be a cost savings as well. I know that each surgeons fees are not regulated but for us it was the difference of paying for one vaccination which was $350 or getting a full exam which would have been $625. If you decide not to bother with your previous records you could just get a full exam from a Civil Surgeon in the US. My husband and I were able to just mail in the original RFE paper with the sealed envelope from the civil surgeon and we received our approval today. It took less than 10 days. Good Luck!

Thank you for your post!

So I mailed the sealed envelope from the civil doctor with the paper that was missing (the vacc record). I just dont know why I havent heard anything yet... I dont even know how to make sure they received it and everything is ok.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Nigeria
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When I send anything it is either through FEDEX or USPS priority with tracking so I was able to tell that they received my package. If you didn't track it there is no other way that I know to tell early on if they have it. I would advise you to take your case number and setup a profile on USCIS.gov that way you can find out if they have made an action on your case by email and text message. Other than that you would have to wait for your NOA by mail. I would give it 2-3 weeks before you panic.


K-1 Visa
I-129F NOA1: 2010-02-16 Approved 239 days from I-129F NOA1 date!
Interview Date: 2010-10-13

Visa Received: 2010-10-20
Marriage: 2010-12-12

nx03ix4cky8.png

AOS/EAD/AP
I-485, I-765 & I-131 Sent: 2011-01-10
Bio. Appt: 2011-02-16
EAD/AP Approval Date:
2011-03-11 Approved in 60 days!
Interview Date: 2011-06-10
Approval Date:
2011-06-20 AOS was Approved in 5 months, 6 days!
ROC
Mailed I-751: 3/20/2013

Approved: 8/5/2013

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Brazil
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When I send anything it is either through FEDEX or USPS priority with tracking so I was able to tell that they received my package. If you didn't track it there is no other way that I know to tell early on if they have it. I would advise you to take your case number and setup a profile on USCIS.gov that way you can find out if they have made an action on your case by email and text message. Other than that you would have to wait for your NOA by mail. I would give it 2-3 weeks before you panic.

Hi again! Thank you for helping me!

I did track and it says It did get there last friday.Also my case status online says "testing and interview". So, no updates.

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