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Hii everybody 

I started my case in nyc on July 2018 . Now I don't have a interview yet but I just got a letter from immigration and they want me to take a medical exam . 

Please who has a case similar .

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Was it on a yellow sheet of paper? I got a similar notice a few weeks into my process (I'm also in NYC, though I only started in December, so you're quite a bit farther along than I am). Mine was a courtesy notice, essentially saying that my I-693 was not submitted with my original petition, and that it would need to either submit it when requested via RFE, or bring it to my interview. I assume I'll be waiting many more months until my case gets scheduled for an interview, so I'm holding off on booking my exam. 


AOS from TN Status

 

07/07/2018 -- Married

12/01/2018 -- Mailed AOS Package (I-130/I-130A, I-485, I-864, I-765, I-131) to Chicago Lockbox

12/03/2018 [Day 1] -- AOS Package received at Chicago Lockbox

12/07/2018 [Day 4] -- Credit card charged $1760 for I-130, I-485 + biometrics fee (via Form G-1450)

12/11/2018 [Day 8] -- Four (4) text alerts confirming receipt of case (12:23AM, 12:28AM, 12:29AM, 12:29AM)  

12/17/2018 [Day 14] -- Four (4) Form I-797C (Notice of Action) received in mail (Notice Date: 12/10/2018) 

12/21/2018 [Day 18] -- Biometrics Appointment Notice received (Appointment Date: 01/02/2019)

12/24/2018 [Day 21] -- Courtesy letter received re: I-693 (not submitted with initial petition)

01/02/2019 [Day 30] -- Biometrics completed 

01/07/2019 [Day 35] -- Biometrics review completed (Case Tracker status updated for I-485)

02/13/2019 [Day 72] -- Case is "Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview" (Case Tracker status updated for I-485)

 

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3 hours ago, nerdese said:

Was it on a yellow sheet of paper? I got a similar notice a few weeks into my process (I'm also in NYC, though I only started in December, so you're quite a bit farther along than I am). Mine was a courtesy notice, essentially saying that my I-693 was not submitted with my original petition, and that it would need to either submit it when requested via RFE, or bring it to my interview. I assume I'll be waiting many more months until my case gets scheduled for an interview, so I'm holding off on booking my exam. 

Yeah I seriously get confused . Wich kind of visa you came for 

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5 hours ago, Galsenboy said:

Yeah I seriously get confused . Wich kind of visa you came for 

I originally came to NYC on a TN-1 work status, and am adjusting status via marriage to my American husband. 

 

I had seen a few posts talking about the "yellow sheet." It doesn't seem to mean that an interview or new notice is around the corner. They just seem to use it to remind filers that the medical needs to be completed before the interview.


AOS from TN Status

 

07/07/2018 -- Married

12/01/2018 -- Mailed AOS Package (I-130/I-130A, I-485, I-864, I-765, I-131) to Chicago Lockbox

12/03/2018 [Day 1] -- AOS Package received at Chicago Lockbox

12/07/2018 [Day 4] -- Credit card charged $1760 for I-130, I-485 + biometrics fee (via Form G-1450)

12/11/2018 [Day 8] -- Four (4) text alerts confirming receipt of case (12:23AM, 12:28AM, 12:29AM, 12:29AM)  

12/17/2018 [Day 14] -- Four (4) Form I-797C (Notice of Action) received in mail (Notice Date: 12/10/2018) 

12/21/2018 [Day 18] -- Biometrics Appointment Notice received (Appointment Date: 01/02/2019)

12/24/2018 [Day 21] -- Courtesy letter received re: I-693 (not submitted with initial petition)

01/02/2019 [Day 30] -- Biometrics completed 

01/07/2019 [Day 35] -- Biometrics review completed (Case Tracker status updated for I-485)

02/13/2019 [Day 72] -- Case is "Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview" (Case Tracker status updated for I-485)

 

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2 hours ago, nerdese said:

I originally came to NYC on a TN-1 work status, and am adjusting status via marriage to my American husband. 

 

I had seen a few posts talking about the "yellow sheet." It doesn't seem to mean that an interview or new notice is around the corner. They just seem to use it to remind filers that the medical needs to be completed before the interview.

Ok I got you now and thanks 

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On 1/21/2019 at 12:54 AM, nerdese said:

Was it on a yellow sheet of paper? I got a similar notice a few weeks into my process (I'm also in NYC, though I only started in December, so you're quite a bit farther along than I am). Mine was a courtesy notice, essentially saying that my I-693 was not submitted with my original petition, and that it would need to either submit it when requested via RFE, or bring it to my interview. I assume I'll be waiting many more months until my case gets scheduled for an interview, so I'm holding off on booking my exam. 

FYI the exam is now valid for two years after submission


2014.10.04 - First Met

2018.12.18 - Married

 

AOS

2019.xx.xx - AOS Package Sent

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Just now, junkmart said:

FYI the exam is now valid for two years after submission

Yes, I did just learn this! The new regulations for I-693 were a bit confusing.


AOS from TN Status

 

07/07/2018 -- Married

12/01/2018 -- Mailed AOS Package (I-130/I-130A, I-485, I-864, I-765, I-131) to Chicago Lockbox

12/03/2018 [Day 1] -- AOS Package received at Chicago Lockbox

12/07/2018 [Day 4] -- Credit card charged $1760 for I-130, I-485 + biometrics fee (via Form G-1450)

12/11/2018 [Day 8] -- Four (4) text alerts confirming receipt of case (12:23AM, 12:28AM, 12:29AM, 12:29AM)  

12/17/2018 [Day 14] -- Four (4) Form I-797C (Notice of Action) received in mail (Notice Date: 12/10/2018) 

12/21/2018 [Day 18] -- Biometrics Appointment Notice received (Appointment Date: 01/02/2019)

12/24/2018 [Day 21] -- Courtesy letter received re: I-693 (not submitted with initial petition)

01/02/2019 [Day 30] -- Biometrics completed 

01/07/2019 [Day 35] -- Biometrics review completed (Case Tracker status updated for I-485)

02/13/2019 [Day 72] -- Case is "Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview" (Case Tracker status updated for I-485)

 

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On 1/20/2019 at 7:33 PM, Galsenboy said:

Hii everybody 

I started my case in nyc on July 2018 . Now I don't have a interview yet but I just got a letter from immigration and they want me to take a medical exam . 

Please who has a case similar .

I think most of us in this specific forum have a similar case. I am adjusting status in the US as the spouse of a USC, and a medical exam is just one part of the process.


2014.10.04 - First Met

2018.12.18 - Married

 

AOS

2019.xx.xx - AOS Package Sent

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You got an RFE for your medical because you didn’t send it with the aos. It’s s courtesy letter.

You can just bring it with you to the interview 


AoS Timeline:

12/12/18 Mailed AoS + EAD + AP

12/14/18 Package delivered at Chicago Lockbox

12/20/18 Text notifications received 

12/24/18 NOA1 received 

12/31/18 Biometrics Appointment letter received. Scheduled for 1/9/19

01/03/19 Biometrics walk-in done

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Hi guys.  Talking about medical exams, for those who have gone through this in Dakar, can you please tell me which doctor will provide you with your sealed envelope before going to the interview?  I heard that some of the doctors mail it straight to the embassy & others say that certain doctors will give it to you once you have completed your chest x-ray & blood work.  Thank you.

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