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Hey all!

 

My husband's interview is coming up, and I had a question in regards to the I-693;

 

My husband was given a sealed envelope that said "for I-485 only" as well as the DS-3025. We submitted just the DS-3025 when we filed for his I-485 as that's all it asked for. As far as I know, we do not need to bring any other documents to the interview in regards to any medical information. Am I correct? Or should I bring the envelope as well? We did not fill out a I-693 as we sent in DS-3025 with the I-485 as the forms said that we didn't need to so long as the DS-3025 was marked as complete. 


04/14/16-Case Received

04/18/16-NOA1

04/21/16-NOA1 Hard Copy

06/30/16-NOA2 (73 days)

07/05/16-NOA2 Hard Copy

07/25/16-NVC Case Number Assigned.

07/26/16-Case was in Transit.

07/28/16-Case is now 'Ready' in Amsterdam

08/03/16-Received packet 3

09/27/16-Interview - APPROVED!!

09/29/16- Visa received.

10/29/16- POE date.

12/03/16-Receiving Social Security Number

12/01/16-Married

 

01/09/17-Filed AP, AOS and EAD

01/22/17-Received NOA1 

02/06/17-Biometrics Appointment Letter Received 

02/10/17- Digital RFIE received 

02/16/17-Biometrics appointment

02/21/17-RFIE Response Sent

02/23/17-RFIE Response received by USCIS

02/24/17-Status was updated on the USCIS website to "Response received" 

03/09/17-Status changed to "Ready to Schedule Interview"

04/14/17-Filed a service request for EAD card

04/19/17- EAD card is being produced

04/25/17-EAD/AP card was sent out.

04/27/17-Received combo card. 

09/25/17-AOS Interview-APPROVED!

09/30/17-Green card in hand! Done for 2 years :D

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You don't need to bring any documents regarding the medical to the interview if you already submitted a copy of the DS-3025 and it was marked "complete". However, since you do have extra documents you should bring them anyway, there's no reason not to, right? Sometimes it also happens that they lose documents at USCIS, so be as prepared as you can be in case they do ask for something you thought they wouldn't ask for. 

I had hundreds of documents with me but all they asked for was both of our IDs, both of our passports, my birth certificate and SSN. Nothing else. No affidavit of support related documents, no medical related documents, no relationship proof, nothing.. I would still bring just as much stuff if I had to do it all over again. :P


K-1: 12-22-2015 - 09-07-2016 (260 days)

AP: 12-20-2016 - 04-07-2017 (108 days)

EAD: 01-18-2017 - 05-30-2017 (132 days)

AOS: 12-20-2016 - 07-26-2017 (217 days)

 

ROC: 04-19-2019 earliest filing date

 

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On 9/21/2017 at 10:35 PM, Scandi said:

You don't need to bring any documents regarding the medical to the interview if you already submitted a copy of the DS-3025 and it was marked "complete". However, since you do have extra documents you should bring them anyway, there's no reason not to, right? Sometimes it also happens that they lose documents at USCIS, so be as prepared as you can be in case they do ask for something you thought they wouldn't ask for. 

I had hundreds of documents with me but all they asked for was both of our IDs, both of our passports, my birth certificate and SSN. Nothing else. No affidavit of support related documents, no medical related documents, no relationship proof, nothing.. I would still bring just as much stuff if I had to do it all over again. :P

Thank you so much for your answer! I'll go ahead and bring everything I've got, but feel better about the whole I-693 thing now...thank you again!


04/14/16-Case Received

04/18/16-NOA1

04/21/16-NOA1 Hard Copy

06/30/16-NOA2 (73 days)

07/05/16-NOA2 Hard Copy

07/25/16-NVC Case Number Assigned.

07/26/16-Case was in Transit.

07/28/16-Case is now 'Ready' in Amsterdam

08/03/16-Received packet 3

09/27/16-Interview - APPROVED!!

09/29/16- Visa received.

10/29/16- POE date.

12/03/16-Receiving Social Security Number

12/01/16-Married

 

01/09/17-Filed AP, AOS and EAD

01/22/17-Received NOA1 

02/06/17-Biometrics Appointment Letter Received 

02/10/17- Digital RFIE received 

02/16/17-Biometrics appointment

02/21/17-RFIE Response Sent

02/23/17-RFIE Response received by USCIS

02/24/17-Status was updated on the USCIS website to "Response received" 

03/09/17-Status changed to "Ready to Schedule Interview"

04/14/17-Filed a service request for EAD card

04/19/17- EAD card is being produced

04/25/17-EAD/AP card was sent out.

04/27/17-Received combo card. 

09/25/17-AOS Interview-APPROVED!

09/30/17-Green card in hand! Done for 2 years :D

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The Dutch mystery envelope, some people sent it in with the AOS paper work, some hand it in at the interview and some still have it. Like me, I'm going to wait until after naturalization and than open it.

 

Bring it with you and hand it over if they ask for it (or if they make other remarks about your medical being incomplete). That was my plan. but I never got the AOS interview.

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