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My wife got a medical exam on Oct 22, 2018 in Madagascar. We submitted that along with her AOS packet in March 2019. Her green card interview is scheduled for this week, and I see they say to bring her medical exam results. Does that mean we have to rush and get her a new medical exam or can we bring those same results from Madagascar again?

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54 minutes ago, TaylorMoulton said:

My wife got a medical exam on Oct 22, 2018 in Madagascar. We submitted that along with her AOS packet in March 2019.

If her DS-3025 was marked complete then she is good: https://www.uscis.gov/policy-manual/volume-8-part-b-chapter-3 "K or V Nonimmigrants Applying for Adjustment"

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you should be good cuz you files within 1 year of the exam. good luck on your upcoming interview!


AOS/EAD/AP ->: 11/29/18 - NOA1: 12/04/18

Biometric NOA:  12/14/18  Biometric Appt: 12/26/18

Case is Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview: 1/16/19

EAD/AP approval: 3/18/19

AOS Interview Appt: 6/4/19

AOS Interview: 7/10/19

AOS Approved: 7/23/19

GREEN CARD IN HAND: 7/26/19

 

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On 11/10/2019 at 5:45 PM, TaylorMoulton said:

My wife got a medical exam on Oct 22, 2018 in Madagascar. We submitted that along with her AOS packet in March 2019. Her green card interview is scheduled for this week, and I see they say to bring her medical exam results. Does that mean we have to rush and get her a new medical exam or can we bring those same results from Madagascar again?

Hi brother ! So my wife interview will be in Salt lake city this month too , please let me know if she is good with medical based  on her papers from overseas or did they need new medical I-693 ?? Good luck to you today .. waiting on your good news :)

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1 hour ago, johnnyI129F said:

Hi brother ! So my wife interview will be in Salt lake city this month too , please let me know if she is good with medical based  on her papers from overseas or did they need new medical I-693 ?? Good luck to you today .. waiting on your good news :)

Hey man! Just finished our interview and we were told we were approved. The guy was very friendly and the interview only took about 15 mins. The only documents he asked for were documents showing our joint assets (jointly owned cars, homes, tax returns, joint accounts, etc).

 

i still suggest bringing everything they request in the letter, but he didn’t ask for a new medical exam doc or anything. Overall our interview was very simple and quick, and he told us he’d submit our approval today. Good luck!

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3 minutes ago, TaylorMoulton said:

Hey man! Just finished our interview and we were told we were approved. The guy was very friendly and the interview only took about 15 mins. The only documents he asked for were documents showing our joint assets (jointly owned cars, homes, tax returns, joint accounts, etc).

 

i still suggest bringing everything they request in the letter, but he didn’t ask for a new medical exam doc or anything. Overall our interview was very simple and quick, and he told us he’d submit our approval today. Good luck!

 

3 minutes ago, TaylorMoulton said:

Hey man! Just finished our interview and we were told we were approved. The guy was very friendly and the interview only took about 15 mins. The only documents he asked for were documents showing our joint assets (jointly owned cars, homes, tax returns, joint accounts, etc).

 

i still suggest bringing everything they request in the letter, but he didn’t ask for a new medical exam doc or anything. Overall our interview was very simple and quick, and he told us he’d submit our approval today. Good luck!

Congratulations ,Congratulations :)... So basically they considered the K1 medical package which already submitted with the I-29F .. you really never submitted I-693 correct :) ?? 

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8 minutes ago, johnnyI129F said:

 

Congratulations ,Congratulations :)... So basically they considered the K1 medical package which already submitted with the I-29F .. you really never submitted I-693 correct :) ?? 

Yeah my wife did her medical exam right before her K1 interview in October last year, and that’s all we’ve ever submitted. I brought a copy of the same medical exam results just in case it was asked for but we’ve never done the I-693, I think the exam results are enough as long as they weren’t expired when you submitted them.

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Just now, TaylorMoulton said:

Yeah my wife did her medical exam right before her K1 interview in October last year, and that’s all we’ve ever submitted. I brought a copy of the same medical exam results just in case it was asked for but we’ve never done the I-693, I think the exam results are enough as long as they weren’t expired when you submitted them.

prefect prefect :) :) , Did your wife needed interpreter or your could interpret for her ?? what questions have been asked :) 

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16 minutes ago, johnnyI129F said:

or your could interpret for her ??

Bring an interpreter. https://www.uscis.gov/ilink/docView/AFM/HTML/AFM/0-0-0-1/0-0-0-2449/0-0-0-2798.html "The interpreter must be impartial and able to interpret without bias. An impartial and unbiased individual is one who does not have a predisposition or preconceived opinion about a matter."

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1 minute ago, HRQX said:

Bring an interpreter. https://www.uscis.gov/ilink/docView/AFM/HTML/AFM/0-0-0-1/0-0-0-2449/0-0-0-2798.html "The interpreter must be impartial and able to interpret without bias. An impartial and unbiased individual is one who does not have a predisposition or preconceived opinion about a matter."

Yes bring an interpreter if your spouse needs it. My wife didn’t need an interpreter so we didn’t have to do that, but I saw some people with interpreters.

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19 minutes ago, johnnyI129F said:

prefect prefect :) :) , Did your wife needed interpreter or your could interpret for her ?? what questions have been asked :) 

They asked my wife how she’s adjusting to life here, what she does for work now, how we met, what our future plans together are. Then they did the long list of questions that you’ve seen in your applications (ever taken part in drug trafficking, human trafficking, terrorist organizations, etc).

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