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Hello Everyone,

  I just have a quick question. My fiance's visa packet makes it to his embassy tomorrow. So we are getting ready for everything he will need but I have some questions about medical. I have seen a couple things. I saw someone say they needed to file out and bring with them an I-693 form?? Is this still a form they need today was the first I have ever seen this form come up. The other thing is looking for medical we saw something about they saying he would give the doctor an envelope and he is not to open it. What is this envelope like does he just give him any envelope? LOL i am confused. Thank you for the help everyone :) 

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On 7/27/2019 at 9:07 PM, Crystal&Saido said:

Hello Everyone,

  I just have a quick question. My fiance's visa packet makes it to his embassy tomorrow. So we are getting ready for everything he will need but I have some questions about medical. I have seen a couple things. I saw someone say they needed to file out and bring with them an I-693 form?? Is this still a form they need today was the first I have ever seen this form come up. The other thing is looking for medical we saw something about they saying he would give the doctor an envelope and he is not to open it. What is this envelope like does he just give him any envelope? LOL i am confused. Thank you for the help everyone :) 

The I 693 is the medical packet that the doctor completes at the exam. It will be in a sealed envelope and handed over to the consulate. Between the exam and sealed packet (which my fiancé had to pick up) it took 10 days.

In the medical packet is a translated immunization record....make sure your fiancé receives a copy of that record.....he will need that for AOS.

Edited by janet3

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On 7/29/2019 at 10:58 PM, Crystal&Saido said:

Thank you for that. Amazingly enough my fiancé knew what that document was and I didn’t 😂😂

Salam, I agree with Janet3. Make sure he asks for a copy of the DS-3025 form at the clinic in Algiers to do the AOS later. If they don't give it you him, you may email them later, but it will take a longer time. Good luck! 

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