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Hey all, so I just got RFE and they are asking to send the i-864 (frustrating because we sent it with all the documents when we applied!). Few extra questions... 

 

- Should we make a cover letter?

 

If so, what it should be like?

 

Also apparently I didn’t include DS3025 (the vaccination paper from the medical), they didn’t ask for it now but should I send them a copy anyway?? 

 

Thanks!!

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I would do a short professional cover letter in response to the RFE letting them know what is included in the submission.  Feel free to add the 3025, but that is up to you.

 

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2 minutes ago, Katri said:

Hey all, so I just got RFE and they are asking to send the i-864 (frustrating because we sent it with all the documents when we applied!). Few extra questions... 

 

- Should we make a cover letter?

Not necessary. Just send a copy of the actual RFE letter on top like the RFE instructs.

If so, what it should be like?

 

Also apparently I didn’t include DS3025 (the vaccination paper from the medical), they didn’t ask for it now but should I send them a copy anyway?? 

You can but any medical documents are not a requirement for the actual AOS application, as they can be brought to the interview. K1s just get ahead start by reminding the IO (by submitting the DS3025) that they have already fulfilled the medical requirement abroad. You can still bring your copy to the interview. You will never get an RFE for medical documents as they are not a required submission with the initial AOS application. 

 

Thanks!!

 

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