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K-1 physical test was in October 2015, AOS pending, will I have to do the test again?

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Hi, everybody, I did my K-1 physical test in October 2015, filed my I-485 adjustment of status in March, but my case is still pending,

It seems like the immigration physical test is only valid for 1 year, will I have to do the test again?

And also my notarized non-criminal record was in March, 2015. Will I have to show proof of non-criminal between March,2015 to up until now? That would cause a lot of trouble because between March, 2015- January, 2016 I was in China and I will have to fly back to China to get the notarized non-criminal record.

Thank you so much and wish everybody has a very happy Christmas.

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