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Medical exams of POE missing at interview

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Hello guys,

 

i had my interview today everything went ok, the officer said to us that will recommend an approval for our case, but they never received the packet from the POE, Orlando... she says if they cannot locate it she will issued and RFE and i would have to complete new exams.

 

could to the clinic that made my medicals in the DR, but the redirect me to the embassy, because they cannot give me my medical records...

 

this is so frustrating i am adjusting from K1 visa and had my DS-3025 form, some ideas??? To get a copy do you thing the embassy would do it??

 

thank you for your answers! And prayers


04/04/18  - Mailed I-129F

04/06/18 -  NOA1 notice date email/text

10/18/18 -  RFE notification

10/22/18 -  RFE received in mail

11/01/18 -  RFE sent to USCIS

11/06/18 -  RFE received by USCIS

11/14/18 -  NOA2

11/27/18 - NVC Received

12/12/18 - NVC Case number

01/8/19 - Scheduled interview-APPROVED

01/21/19 - POE! 

 

Your absence has not taught me how to be alone; it has merely shown me that when together we cast a single shadow on the wall.

Ky-G team ❤️

When you walk awayI count the steps that you take

 

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You should have a copy of the DS-3025 that was given to you after the medical examination. Ideally, you sent a photocopy of that when filing for AOS.

 

The packet could still be at the point of entry. They just need to locate and retrieve it. That will delay the approval for a month or more. 

 

I suggest you calling USCIS customer service every two weeks, asking for a tier 2, to know if the file was retrieved and where it is located at the moment. 

 

 

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33 minutes ago, Allaboutwaiting said:

You should have a copy of the DS-3025 that was given to you after the medical examination. Ideally, you sent a photocopy of that when filing for AOS.

 

The packet could still be at the point of entry. They just need to locate and retrieve it. That will delay the approval for a month or more. 

 

I suggest you calling USCIS customer service every two weeks, asking for a tier 2, to know if the file was retrieved and where it is located at the moment. 

 

 

Yes i have it i have a tons i sent one with my AOs packet so no RFE or courtesy letter, i mentioned that to the officer and she kept saying she need the form I-693 and then she mentioned that she is going to escalate the case to try to find it 


04/04/18  - Mailed I-129F

04/06/18 -  NOA1 notice date email/text

10/18/18 -  RFE notification

10/22/18 -  RFE received in mail

11/01/18 -  RFE sent to USCIS

11/06/18 -  RFE received by USCIS

11/14/18 -  NOA2

11/27/18 - NVC Received

12/12/18 - NVC Case number

01/8/19 - Scheduled interview-APPROVED

01/21/19 - POE! 

 

Your absence has not taught me how to be alone; it has merely shown me that when together we cast a single shadow on the wall.

Ky-G team ❤️

When you walk awayI count the steps that you take

 

age.png

 

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1 hour ago, Kyle&Ana said:

Yes i have it i have a tons i sent one with my AOs packet so no RFE or courtesy letter, i mentioned that to the officer and she kept saying she need the form I-693 and then she mentioned that she is going to escalate the case to try to find it 

The officers just make a request through their internal system to locate and retrieve the file. Believe it or not, it is pretty common. Most likely, it is NOT lost; it just didn't arrive on time. 

 

Good luck. 

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