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Can I bring my 3 week old baby to the adjustment of status interview in Utah?

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We have a marriage based adjustment of status interview next week and we cannot find anyone to watch our baby, can we bring her to the interview? Also, I called the USCIS about the medical exam and they said if she did her exam 60 days after the K1 application submitted than it is valid for 2 years. Is that correct? Thank you guys for your help. 

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We brought our baby to the AoS interview in Baltimore for the same reason.  No sitter.  It was not an issue and the interviewing officer even joked that we brought the most compelling evidence and wished she could keep him.

 

Can't speak for sure, but our AoS interview was about 1.5 years after her medical and she did not need a new one.

 

Good luck and congrats on the baby.


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2 hours ago, alex8585 said:

We have a marriage based adjustment of status interview next week and we cannot find anyone to watch our baby, can we bring her to the interview? Also, I called the USCIS about the medical exam and they said if she did her exam 60 days after the K1 application submitted than it is valid for 2 years. Is that correct? Thank you guys for your help. 

We brought the baby to the AS interview and it wasn't an issue

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19 hours ago, alex8585 said:

We have a marriage based adjustment of status interview next week and we cannot find anyone to watch our baby, can we bring her to the interview? Also, I called the USCIS about the medical exam and they said if she did her exam 60 days after the K1 application submitted than it is valid for 2 years. Is that correct? Thank you guys for your help. 

Medical examinations associated with K1 visa application at a US embassy/consulate overseas typically have a 6 month validity.

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Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

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