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New rule for Form I-693 Medical Exam and Vaccination Record

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I saw there is a new rule regarding the I-693 on USCIS web site, does that mean we have to complete the form even we have the DS-3025 filled out properly?

"USCIS Issues New Policy on Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record

Starting June 1, 2014, USCIS will limit the validity period for all Forms I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record, to one year from the date of submission to USCIS. Applicants must also submit Form I-693 to USCIS within one year of the immigration medical examination. USCIS will also provide additional ways to submit Form I-693. As outlined in policy alert PA-2014-005, this updated policy applies to any Form I-693 supporting a benefit application that USCIS adjudicates on or after June 1, 2014.

USCIS will hold an engagement on June 12, 2014 to address questions about the new policy and provide guidance on filing Form I-693. We have also updated the Form I-693 Web page on our website."

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I saw there is a new rule regarding the I-693 on USCIS web site, does that mean we have to complete the form even we have the DS-3025 filled out properly?

No. Did you read it? It said since 2002 they have extended the validity of the Form I-693 past a year in certain circumstances and each year they renewed that policy of extension. Now it is back to 1 year validity. So if AOS takes longer than a year, the I-693 form submitted would have expired.

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