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I-693 during the pandemic
11:15 pm April 5, 2020

Jenerii



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Hi,

My fiancee came here last month on the 20th before the pandemic. We were thankfully able to get our marriage license. However, we're worried about being able to do the I-693. From what we could read, she is required to see a doctor to get an examination in order to complete the I-693. But with the CO-VID pandemic going on, no doctors would be willing to see her because she is not essential. She received all her vaccinations in Portugal. Her medical file expires this October BUT the embassy in Paris (when she did the interview) told her she needs to complete the I-693 by April 20th (not sure why), so would we need to be concerned?

Thanks in advance!



 
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Paris embassy interview letter questions
12:57 pm March 16, 2020

andrecfa



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Hi.

I've a couple questions about the Paris embassy and I was suggested to ask in this subforum.

- I'm living in Portugal, so the interview will have to be done in Paris. On the 21th of January we received a notice from the National Visa Center saying that our case was forwarded to the embassy. But it's been almost two months now and I haven't received anything from the embassy so far. Does anyone know if it this is normal?

- Also, Our CEAC status says "Ready". Is it okay for us to fill in our DS-160 and schedule an interview through the link bellow? Despite the fact we haven't received the letter yet? I've contacted the embassy though their form two weeks ago but received no reply...

https://ais.usvisa-info.com/en-fr/iv



 
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N400 Biometrics was a different experience than other biometrics - any idea why?
9:41 pm March 14, 2020

SparklePony



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Hi all,

I went in for my N400 Biometrics on Friday. This was my 5th time at the ASC, between AOS & ROC for both myself and my daughters. Before, I would stand in line to hand out my papers, get called, have my hands checked and the papers reviewed/stamped, then I would be given a ticket number and asked to wait in the waiting area for the number to be called. This time, though, I was given a different-looking number card and told to wait in a different area, then got called into an office where the person behind the desk looked at my stuff. Then he asked me if I had any other forms of identification, so I showed my driver's license and my homecountry's national ID card (both of which I always carry with me). He looked some more at his screen, added the names on those cards to my paperwork, and said I was done. I was then asked to wait for my regular ticket number, which I did, and then it went back to what I had been through before. Fingerprints this time around were simply my right index and middle fingers.

Of course now I'm wondering why I did that extra in-office step. I certainly wasn't the only one, nor did it seem like I was some sort of special case. From what I could see, all of us had the citizenship booklet, but I saw other people with the booklet that did things "normally". For the record, I filed online under the 3-year rule, and requested a name change.

Anyone know what's up with that extra in-office step?



 
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No letter from Paris Embassy
1:03 pm March 12, 2020

andrecfa



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Hi. My name is Andre. Both me and my fiancee are concerned about a delay from the US embassy in Paris.

I'm living in Portugal, so interview will have to be done in Paris. On the 21th of January we received a notice from the National Visa Center saying that our case was forwarded to the embassy. But it's been almost two months now and I haven't received anything from the embassy so far.

A week ago, I used the form on the embassy website to ask them if they received our file, but so far I've received no reply either.

We're not sure what to do. Is this type of delay normal? Is the embassy putting K1 interviews on hold because of the virus, or something?



 
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vj and forumers thank you
9:29 pm March 4, 2020

mseck8688

Mseck8688

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i just received my green card i filed my papers February 11 eac Vermont

guy as far as the marriage is real and you gathered all evidence no fear you will get it no need for lawyers or paying lawyers .

my case from f1 to aos to i751 i i didnt take no lawyers

dont lie dont lie gathered all evidence and be honest thats my secret

when the marriage is real you good dont lie

thank you vj for all information you shared best immigration forum ever



 
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