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Hey guys, I've just realized that after the interview, no one gave us any paperwork. The officer said the visa was approved and that was it.

I've read that when entering the states we are supposed to hand in a closed envelope or something, but they kept everything at the embassy, including the medical.

Is that ok? I don't even have my vaccine form anymore, they kept everything

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4 minutes ago, M and Ed said:

Hey guys, I've just realized that after the interview, no one gave us any paperwork. The officer said the visa was approved and that was it.

I've read that when entering the states we are supposed to hand in a closed envelope or something, but they kept everything at the embassy, including the medical.

Is that ok? I don't even have my vaccine form anymore, they kept everything

 

Do you have the visa in hand? On it it may be marked with something like "Electronic file" or something, that means all the paperwork, the big packet people hand in, is in the system digitally and you don't have to worry about it.

 

As for the medical stuff, you really need a copy of the vaccination form that is checked complete to supply in the AOS packet.

 

Call the place where the medical was done and see if you can get a copy of something like that to take with you.


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If it is a paper package most folks get that when the passport is returned to the visa applicant (the sealed envelope along with a copy of the DS3025 vaccination record).  You said your visa was approved at the interview, but did you get your passport back with a visa affixed to a page?  If not, be patient, all will be completed.

 

Good Luck!

 

 

1 hour ago, M and Ed said:

Hey guys, I've just realized that after the interview, no one gave us any paperwork. The officer said the visa was approved and that was it.

I've read that when entering the states we are supposed to hand in a closed envelope or something, but they kept everything at the embassy, including the medical.

Is that ok? I don't even have my vaccine form anymore, they kept everything

 


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My passport was kept after the interview and then returned via mail about 2 weeks later.  That package had the envelope you bring to the PoE in it.  Please remember not to open it.  (It is clearly marked not to open, but for some reason, people do).

 

You will need the vaccination form, which a second copy should have been given to you when the medical was completed.  If not, call them to send you a second copy of the DS3025, as you will need that for AoS

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On 2/21/2019 at 1:50 AM, M and Ed said:

Hey guys, I've just realized that after the interview, no one gave us any paperwork. The officer said the visa was approved and that was it.

I've read that when entering the states we are supposed to hand in a closed envelope or something, but they kept everything at the embassy, including the medical.

Is that ok? I don't even have my vaccine form anymore, they kept everything

You will get the sealed packet when you get your passport containing the K-1 visa.

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