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Good morning all, I just have a quick question about my wife and I's upcoming AoS interview. She interviewed for the K-1 with the affidavit of support, medical records, etc in June of 2019 and entered the US in July of 2019. The AoS interview letter asks that we provide the medical records as well as the affidavit of support if not previously filed. Am I correct in understanding all the forms filed in June of last year should still be current for the AoS interview next month without the need to redo new forms or do I need new copies? I'm fairly certain but just wanted to double check to avoid any issues at the interview. Thanks in advance for any insight you can provide.

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43 minutes ago, DScottM said:

Good morning all, I just have a quick question about my wife and I's upcoming AoS interview. She interviewed for the K-1 with the affidavit of support, medical records, etc in June of 2019 and entered the US in July of 2019. The AoS interview letter asks that we provide the medical records as well as the affidavit of support if not previously filed. Am I correct in understanding all the forms filed in June of last year should still be current for the AoS interview next month without the need to redo new forms or do I need new copies? I'm fairly certain but just wanted to double check to avoid any issues at the interview. Thanks in advance for any insight you can provide.

I assume you did file the I-864 with AOS (different from the K1 affidavit). If nothing changed with your employment and such u wont need a new one. 

Is her medical was marked complete? Meaning the DS3025 has nothing related that the applicant elected NOT to be vaccinated at this time?

 

 

 

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32 minutes ago, ineedadisplayname said:

I assume you did file the I-864 with AOS (different from the K1 affidavit). If nothing changed with your employment and such u wont need a new one. 

Is her medical was marked complete? Meaning the DS3025 has nothing related that the applicant elected NOT to be vaccinated at this time?

 

 

 

I did file the I-864 and nothing has changed since then. As far as I know her medical was complete. She only needed one vaccination at the exam which she got. They passed her with a clean bill of health with no flags or anything. 

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5 hours ago, DScottM said:

I did file the I-864 and nothing has changed since then. As far as I know her medical was complete. She only needed one vaccination at the exam which she got. They passed her with a clean bill of health with no flags or anything. 

I would wait for somebody else to chime in, but I think you are fine. It is good that she got the vaccination overseas. If you can locate the DS3025 just to be sure that would be great. 

K1 vaccinations are a subset of vaccinations required to AOS and not everywhere they do the vaccinations. 

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13 minutes ago, ineedadisplayname said:

I would wait for somebody else to chime in, but I think you are fine. It is good that she got the vaccination overseas. If you can locate the DS3025 just to be sure that would be great. 

K1 vaccinations are a subset of vaccinations required to AOS and not everywhere they do the vaccinations. 

Thanks for you input. I'll see if we can find the DS3025 in the mountains of paperwork flying around.

1 minute ago, skjourney said:

you or she should have a copy of vaccination sheet 3025 with a check mark in section 2 to indicate all vaccinations have been completed, then youre good to go.

And she should have that with the paperwork she received from her medical exam?

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1 minute ago, DScottM said:

And she should have that with the paperwork she received from her medical exam?

yes, its the main piece of paperwork given to you at the medical

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Just now, skjourney said:

yes, its the main piece of paperwork given to you at the medical

Perfect. Thanks for the reply. She probably has it in her folder then. So if the section 2 is checked off we just need to take a copy of that for confirmation and the financial stuff should also have already been completed?

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12 hours ago, DScottM said:

Good morning all, I just have a quick question about my wife and I's upcoming AoS interview. She interviewed for the K-1 with the affidavit of support, medical records, etc in June of 2019 and entered the US in July of 2019. The AoS interview letter asks that we provide the medical records as well as the affidavit of support if not previously filed. Am I correct in understanding all the forms filed in June of last year should still be current for the AoS interview next month without the need to redo new forms or do I need new copies? I'm fairly certain but just wanted to double check to avoid any issues at the interview. Thanks in advance for any insight you can provide.

You did not supply an I864 for her K1 interview? That was an I134 not the I864.

 

Did you not provide am I864 with your I485?

Answer that and we can go from there.

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On 1/29/2020 at 8:52 PM, K1visaHopeful said:

You did not supply an I864 for her K1 interview? That was an I134 not the I864.

 

Did you not provide am I864 with your I485?

Answer that and we can go from there.

Yeah I submitted the I864 with the AoS form in September of 2019.

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