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I see that the form i-485 will expire on 6/30/2019 and my fiancee arrives on 6/25/2019 with her k-1 visa. I was planning on filling out the form before 6/30 and sending it in on 7/1. Do I need to wait for the updated one to come out on 7/1 before filling it out?

 

https://www.uscis.gov/i-485

 

Another question I have are,

 

1. Can the I-693 be filled out by the physician for only vaccines? My fiance got her medical exam before her K1 interview Feb 2019, but did not take the vaccine shots (why? because she had a student visa and taken those vaccines already however she cannot find her vaccine history form anymore, and the hospital said they no longer have it...)

2. How many shots are required?

3. Is there a way for her to do the blood test to check if she has those anti bodies instead of taking (14) vaccine shots?

 

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34 minutes ago, ManOnMoon said:

I see that the form i-485 will expire on 6/30/2019 and my fiancee arrives on 6/25/2019 with her k-1 visa. I was planning on filling out the form before 6/30 and sending it in on 7/1. Do I need to wait for the updated one to come out on 7/1 before filling it out?

 

https://www.uscis.gov/i-485

 

You just need to use the most recent form on their websites, don't look at the date on the bottom.

Don't fill out the form before you actually send it, you'll have the chance that you are not going to use the most recent form at that point which will lead to an RFE. You wouldn't be the first one.

Just wait until you're going to file, fill out the form, print it and off you go!

 

You could fill out a 'test' form so you can, if necessary, copy all that info over to the most recent form by the time you're going to file.

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39 minutes ago, ManOnMoon said:

I see that the form i-485 will expire on 6/30/2019 and my fiancee arrives on 6/25/2019 with her k-1 visa. I was planning on filling out the form before 6/30 and sending it in on 7/1. Do I need to wait for the updated one to come out on 7/1 before filling it out?

 

https://www.uscis.gov/i-485

 

Another question I have are,

 

1. Can the I-693 be filled out by the physician for only vaccines? My fiance got her medical exam before her K1 interview Feb 2019, but did not take the vaccine shots (why? because she had a student visa and taken those vaccines already however she cannot find her vaccine history form anymore, and the hospital said they no longer have it...)

2. How many shots are required?

3. Is there a way for her to do the blood test to check if she has those anti bodies instead of taking (14) vaccine shots?

 

I don't want to disappoint you, but I don't think you are going to send anything in on the 7/1.

 

You need to get married, get a marriage license/certificate which might be doable in a week, but getting all the medical sorted out that might take longer than that...

 

What does her DS-3025 says? If nothing is on it (highly doubt) she probably needs to get like 8 to 10 vaccines, even tho some of the antibodies might might be tested from her blood. Not sure which ones... Also probably some of them needs to be phased out, I don't think she can get all at once...

 

More about vaccinations here

https://www.uscis.gov/news/questions-and-answers/vaccination-requirements

 

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1. Can the I-693 be filled out by the physician for only vaccines? My fiance got her medical exam before her K1 interview Feb 2019, but did not take the vaccine shots (why? because she had a student visa and taken those vaccines already however she cannot find her vaccine history form anymore, and the hospital said they no longer have it...)

2. How many shots are required?

3. Is there a way for her to do the blood test to check if she has those anti bodies instead of taking (14) vaccine shots?

 

 

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7 minutes ago, ineedadisplayname said:

I don't want to disappoint you, but I don't think you are going to send anything in on the 7/1.

 

You need to get married, get a marriage license/certificate which might be doable in a week, but getting all the medical sorted out that might take longer than that...

 

What does her DS-3025 says? If nothing is on it (highly doubt) she probably needs to get like 8 to 10 vaccines, even tho some of the antibodies might might be tested from her blood. Not sure which ones... Also probably some of them needs to be phased out, I don't think she can get all at once...

 

More about vaccinations here

https://www.uscis.gov/news/questions-and-answers/vaccination-requirements

 

Can the medical exam be done outside of US, like the vaccine part?

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2 minutes ago, ManOnMoon said:

Can the medical exam be done outside of US, like the vaccine part?

The medical for K1 is done outside. The vaccination is up to the fiance immigrating. If their DS 3025 is marked complete, they don't need anything else.

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1 minute ago, Ayrton said:

The medical for K1 is done outside. The vaccination is up to the fiance immigrating. If their DS 3025 is marked complete, they don't need anything else.

my finance has the medical exam for k1 done already but did not take vaccines on the day of her medical exam, what does she need to do now (let's say DS 3025 not complete)

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10 minutes ago, ManOnMoon said:

my finance has the medical exam for k1 done already but did not take vaccines on the day of her medical exam, what does she need to do now (let's say DS 3025 not complete)

Sorry, didn't read the whole thread.

 

Take all the vaccines/get tested. This can be done outside or inside the US. If it's outside, take with them all the documents to prove they did it.

 

In the US. Find a doctor to transcribe only the vaccines. If you can't find one, they will need to do the whole medical appointment again.

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11 minutes ago, Ayrton said:

Sorry, didn't read the whole thread.

 

Take all the vaccines/get tested. This can be done outside or inside the US. If it's outside, take with them all the documents to prove they did it.

 

In the US. Find a doctor to transcribe only the vaccines. If you can't find one, they will need to do the whole medical appointment again.

A doctor outside the us can fill out form i-693? I didnt think so

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1 minute ago, ManOnMoon said:

A doctor outside the us can fill out form i-693? I didnt think so

No. If they didn't complete the ds-3025. The form i-693 must be filled by a doctor inside of the US. That's why the recommendation is to always complete vaccination at the k1 medical appointment.

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2 hours ago, ManOnMoon said:

my finance has the medical exam for k1 done already but did not take vaccines on the day of her medical exam, what does she need to do now (let's say DS 3025 not complete)

 

I think u may ask your finance to first take a look at her copy of DS3025 (the doc should have given her a copy of the signed form), if the box ‘K visa applicant voluntarily completed vaccination requirements’ is checked by the doctor.

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4 hours ago, ManOnMoon said:

1. Can the I-693 be filled out by the physician for only vaccines? My fiance got her medical exam before her K1 interview Feb 2019, but did not take the vaccine shots (why? because she had a student visa and taken those vaccines already however she cannot find her vaccine history form anymore, and the hospital said they no longer have it...)

2. How many shots are required?

3. Is there a way for her to do the blood test to check if she has those anti bodies instead of taking (14) vaccine shots?

 

 
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1. Yes but many Civil Surgeons wont because it's a money grab and they know how much you need their help so they take advantage of that and make you redo the whole medical exam thus charging you whatever they please.

2. Depends on age. 

3. Yes. But it wont be 14. More like a few.

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12 hours ago, Ayrton said:

No. If they didn't complete the ds-3025. The form i-693 must be filled by a doctor inside of the US. That's why the recommendation is to always complete vaccination at the k1 medical appointment.

The i-693 must be filled out by a civil surgeon if done in the States

as mentioned above, it best to get all the vaccinations done with your medical exam prior to arriving

here is a link to find one

https://my.uscis.gov/findadoctor


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16 hours ago, ManOnMoon said:

I see that the form i-485 will expire on 6/30/2019 and my fiancee arrives on 6/25/2019 with her k-1 visa. I was planning on filling out the form before 6/30 and sending it in on 7/1. Do I need to wait for the updated one to come out on 7/1 before filling it out?

 

https://www.uscis.gov/i-485

 

 

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