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AOS - Vaccination supplement - missing

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Hi All,

I'm about to start pulling together my AOS package, and part of me has been lazy about starting as I am missing the vaccination form, my own fault, upon entry to Honolulu, they require the x-rays, I wasn't aware, so was escorted to the baggage claim area and had to fish out the films and go back up to immigration, this was after a 10 hour overnight flight, I completely forgot that I had put the copies of my vaccination form in the envelope with my x-ray films, so I'm without.

I've been pondering if it would be easier to get in touch with 'whomever' the x-rays went to, in the hopes I can retrieve them, or easier to call Sydney and request a new copy. This is probably a moot question, but anyone with any experience, or a suggestion in order to kick my butt into gear. both options seem really difficult.

I've also considered writing a note stating that the form was handed over at POE with my x-rays and hope that suffices. too lazy??

Marriage cert should be arriving either tomorrow or early next week. Other than that.. I've done nothing to get this moving.


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17 May 12: I-129f sent

23 May 12: NOA1

20 Aug 12: NOA2 (89 days)

20 Nov 12: Interview in Sydney

29 Nov 12: Visa Issued

05 Dec 12: POE Honolulu

20 Dec 12: Wedding day

AOS

26 Feb 13: AOS (I-485, I-131, I-765) sent

06 Mar 13: NOA1's received

03 Apr 13: Biometrics completed

12 Sept 13: Interview - Memphis, approved!

Sept 13: Greencard received.

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Some people have been successful with writing a letter stating the medical forms were included with the documents handed over at POE. I had success in contacting my doc (Ograglik) to get copies of my medical.

interesting that you were asked for the x-rays because they're NOT required. The x-ray report is in your medical forms which is required. Your officer had no idea it seems.

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I read afterwards, someone elses review of Honolulu POE on VJ, that they require them, not sure if that one officer is making a consistent mistake or its a HI specific thing. I'm annoyed at myself though for not making copies of the vaccination form, didn't think i'd need to just yet!

might as well give Sydney a call this morning and see if i can get another copy.

Thanks Vanessa.

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California Service Centre

17 May 12: I-129f sent

23 May 12: NOA1

20 Aug 12: NOA2 (89 days)

20 Nov 12: Interview in Sydney

29 Nov 12: Visa Issued

05 Dec 12: POE Honolulu

20 Dec 12: Wedding day

AOS

26 Feb 13: AOS (I-485, I-131, I-765) sent

06 Mar 13: NOA1's received

03 Apr 13: Biometrics completed

12 Sept 13: Interview - Memphis, approved!

Sept 13: Greencard received.

ROC

31 Jul 15: ROC (I-751) sent

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might as well give Sydney a call this morning and see if i can get another copy.

The embassy won't have a copy (if that's who you're referring to) because your entire file was in the envelope handed in at POE, they apparently don't keep copies (which sounds pretty dangerous if you ask me).

Try the doc first. If it doesn't work, just try the letter. The DS-3025 isn't technically a requirement, the I-693 is, but the I-693 isn't required if you already did your medical for K1 and it's less than a year old. So technically you should be fine without a letter even (but the drones that check all the paperwork is submitted - which is prior to a CO seeing your file - might not know about the medical being in your "A" file).

Good luck!

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The embassy won't have a copy (if that's who you're referring to) because your entire file was in the envelope handed in at POE, they apparently don't keep copies (which sounds pretty dangerous if you ask me).

Try the doc first. If it doesn't work, just try the letter. The DS-3025 isn't technically a requirement, the I-693 is, but the I-693 isn't required if you already did your medical for K1 and it's less than a year old. So technically you should be fine without a letter even (but the drones that check all the paperwork is submitted - which is prior to a CO seeing your file - might not know about the medical being in your "A" file).

Good luck!

I meant the doctors in Sydney. I haven't tried, marriage certificate arrived yesterday, so its military paperwork today, then I'll try calling. Thanks again.


California Service Centre

17 May 12: I-129f sent

23 May 12: NOA1

20 Aug 12: NOA2 (89 days)

20 Nov 12: Interview in Sydney

29 Nov 12: Visa Issued

05 Dec 12: POE Honolulu

20 Dec 12: Wedding day

AOS

26 Feb 13: AOS (I-485, I-131, I-765) sent

06 Mar 13: NOA1's received

03 Apr 13: Biometrics completed

12 Sept 13: Interview - Memphis, approved!

Sept 13: Greencard received.

ROC

31 Jul 15: ROC (I-751) sent

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HI how is it going Sweetdelish?

you got your marriage certificate quite fast? i heard in Hawaii it takes 60-120 days after the wedding/register to receive it :oS


~My Timeline~ K1
Consulate : Sydney, Australia
I-129F Sent : 2011-09-30
I-129F NOA1 : 2011-10-05
I-129F NOA2 : 2012-02-14
NVC Left : 2012-02-23
Packet 3 Received : 2012-02-27
Packet 3 Sent : 2012-03-15
Interview: May 1, 2012
Visa Received : 2012-05-15 (long 14 days, and there was a big hiccup!)
US Entry : 2012-05-25
+ Marriage : 2012-06-18
+ Applied for SSN: 2012-06-22 (got it 4 days later)


AOS
I-485 with EAD and AP Sent: 2012-07-02
NOA: 2012-7-10
Biometrics: 2012-8-8
EAD/AP card in hand: 2012-9-10
Interview: 2012-9-25 and approved! They took my EAD/AP.
Green card in hand: 2012-10-03 yay!!!

ROC

I-751 sent: 2014-9-9

NOA1 received: 2014-9-13 (dated 9-11)

Bio letter received: 2014-9-25 (dated 9-19)

Bio appt: 2014-10-6 (no interview)

Card in hand: 2014-Dec

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HI how is it going Sweetdelish?

you got your marriage certificate quite fast? i heard in Hawaii it takes 60-120 days after the wedding/register to receive it :oS

Hi, missed this. all is going ok, we live here in Hawaii but opted to get married in Vegas, so getting the cert was relatively quick in comparison. we could have got it faster, but 'Elvis' messed up a little. AOS packet is almost complete, just waiting on hubby's tax transcript to arrive in the mail, hopefully it will finally be sent next week!


California Service Centre

17 May 12: I-129f sent

23 May 12: NOA1

20 Aug 12: NOA2 (89 days)

20 Nov 12: Interview in Sydney

29 Nov 12: Visa Issued

05 Dec 12: POE Honolulu

20 Dec 12: Wedding day

AOS

26 Feb 13: AOS (I-485, I-131, I-765) sent

06 Mar 13: NOA1's received

03 Apr 13: Biometrics completed

12 Sept 13: Interview - Memphis, approved!

Sept 13: Greencard received.

ROC

31 Jul 15: ROC (I-751) sent

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Hi, missed this. all is going ok, we live here in Hawaii but opted to get married in Vegas, so getting the cert was relatively quick in comparison. we could have got it faster, but 'Elvis' messed up a little. AOS packet is almost complete, just waiting on hubby's tax transcript to arrive in the mail, hopefully it will finally be sent next week!

Did you end up getting a copy of your 3025?

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Yes I did, they sent a copy to my friends place in Sydney and she emailed it to me.

:)


California Service Centre

17 May 12: I-129f sent

23 May 12: NOA1

20 Aug 12: NOA2 (89 days)

20 Nov 12: Interview in Sydney

29 Nov 12: Visa Issued

05 Dec 12: POE Honolulu

20 Dec 12: Wedding day

AOS

26 Feb 13: AOS (I-485, I-131, I-765) sent

06 Mar 13: NOA1's received

03 Apr 13: Biometrics completed

12 Sept 13: Interview - Memphis, approved!

Sept 13: Greencard received.

ROC

31 Jul 15: ROC (I-751) sent

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