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Our friends had an adjustment of status interview based on K1 and were told they can't make a decision because they are missing a petition from the beneficiaries wife. They were told they would get a letter explaining. Well they got a letter and its not even what they were told at the interview, its asking for form i-693 which is the medical examination and vaccination record. When my husband and I did the adjustment of status interview we didn't need this, could it be that they lost the information that was given when the beneficiary entered the US at the airport? We want to help them but unsure of this request of the I-693. Thank you in advance for any help or suggestions.

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Seen this before. 

When did your medical expire? It is valid for 12 months.  If your interview was more than 12 months after the date of the medical, some of the adjudicators make you redo it. Others let it slide. 


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19 minutes ago, wbeem said:

Seen this before. 

When did your medical expire? It is valid for 12 months.  If your interview was more than 12 months after the date of the medical, some of the adjudicators make you redo it. Others let it slide. 

No the exam was in October 2018. I'm thinking maybe they lost the original and he might have to get it done again.

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40 minutes ago, Nicole&Ilyess said:

No the exam was in October 2018. I'm thinking maybe they lost the original and he might have to get it done again.

He should have gotten a copy after the medical.


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2 hours ago, Nicole&Ilyess said:

Our friends had an adjustment of status interview based on K1 and were told they can't make a decision because they are missing a petition from the beneficiaries wife. They were told they would get a letter explaining. Well they got a letter and its not even what they were told at the interview, its asking for form i-693 which is the medical examination and vaccination record. When my husband and I did the adjustment of status interview we didn't need this, could it be that they lost the information that was given when the beneficiary entered the US at the airport? We want to help them but unsure of this request of the I-693. Thank you in advance for any help or suggestions.

My husband and I went through something a little similar during AOS. We had the appointment scheduled and attended the appointment at the office but the IO couldn’t make a decision because he didn’t have the k1 packet yet. He told us it would be about a month before my husband’s green card arrived and the IO said he would track down the original packet. My husband received his green card a few weeks after the interview.

 

How long was it in between the interview and letter?

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