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Hi, I am new to this site so sorry if this question has been posted before. My fiance flew into the country less than a month ago and we have already gotten married so we could get the ball rolling on his ajustment of status, but as I was going through his paperwork I noticed that he was missing his DS-3025 form. He told me that I was in the sealed package and they had taken it when he entered the country. So my question is, were they suppose to give him back the package after they had proccessed everything and does he need his DS-3025 form? And if he does need this form will he have to go get another medical exam? Thank you.

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Welcome to the forum.

They keep what was in the sealed package. Many people ask, or are given, a copy of the DS-3025 at the time of the exam. Suggest that you attempt to contact the office/clinic where the exam took place and try to get a copy of the report.

Here is an excellent thread about the DS-3025 and the associated follow-up requirements: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/428381-i-693-report-of-medical-examination-and-vaccination-report/page-4#entry7527782

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The embassy could also have a copy of it so you could probably ask them too. I didn't know I was supposed to have a copy of my medical so I was prepared to ask for it at the embassy but they actually gave it to me and explained how long it was valid and that the date there dictated when I had to be in the states.

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