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AOS Procedures Accuracy on VJ

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Hello Fellow VJ'ers

Just wondering how accurate the guidelines for AOS are here on VJ? Any caveats or things to watch out for? I will be completing the paperwork this weekend so any tips are most welcome.

Andrea y Arturo

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They are certainly accurate and help many people every day. However you should always read the instructions on the USCIS forms.


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One thing that I fond that wasn't quite accurate was when you have a K-1 and have had a medical less than one year and have your vaccine record on the correct DS form you no longer need to make any appointment with a civil surgeon for AOS... luckily fellow VJ'ers were able to help me with this.

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