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Juls801

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About Juls801

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  • Birthday July 3
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  • Location Bangor, Northern Ireland, UK

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    Female
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    Salt Lake City
  • State
    Utah

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  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    Chicago Lockbox
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    Salt Lake City UT
  • Country
    United Kingdom
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    Met on the game/app Yahtzee

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  1. I would still go if you can meet the state guidelines of quarantine before your appointment. I'd assume the letter is a form letter for all states and some have longer quarantine times. I'd probably do a rapid test to be sure as soon as you're home. There's no way to know how long a rescheduled appointment would take. It's different at each local office.
  2. Good to know! The way the officer explained it, he made it sound like we needed the letter before we can schedule or do the medical. I already called a couple places to get an idea of timeline and it's only a week out.
  3. He didn't say either. He actually said "had the medical been in his file I would've approved you today" and he even said "this is not your fault and there's nothing you could've done". He did say to wait for the letter he will send requesting the medical be redone so when we send them in it wouldn't get lost. So, I'm assuming it'll technically be a RFE of some sort. Our status hasn't changed yet from interview scheduled though and I really wish he'd just send it so we can schedule the medical! It's very frustrating. He was super nice though.
  4. Thank you for the background and great details. This makes sense. It sounds like it's probably not gonna happen (getting his Medical from the clinic) due to your explanation and with the UK in lockdown nobody is answering calls, emails or faxes. I think we'll just head to the civil surgeon here. Thankfully the officer accepted his copy of the vaccines so that's one less worry. Thank you!
  5. Hi all, We just had my husband's AOS interview today. The interview was easy, relaxed and not anything we expected. He asked for no other documentation (I preloaded our application with joint accounts & utilities, will, life insurance beneficiary, medical insurance, etc) & just tossed our pictures in our file nonchalantly when we asked if he wanted any. The officer stated he would have approved us but his Medical was missing. It seems the unsealed packet my husband surrendered at POA to customs in Dublin never made it to the US. He said he would need another medical unless he can get the records from the k1 Medical. Question- has anyone ever been able to get another copy over a year later? We don't want to pay $$$ for another Medical if it's possible. We've emailed Knightsbridge in London, but aren't holding our breath. So sad. We came this far only to be derailed by that dang packet/medical not getting into his file! PS- totally off topic but our officer talked a ton about his life to us and told us all about his expensive cars and how he and his wife (whom also came on a k1) are getting a Lotus next. We left there in shock those guys do so well! 😁🤑
  6. TB skin test? They didn't do that at the original K1 medical? We have his chest xray disk - isn't that what it was checking? We have emailed Knightsbridge, but curious if they have been known to send another copy this long after or at all. If it's not even a possibility we'll start the civil surgeon research now. Thanks!
  7. Hi all, We just had my husband's AOS interview today after his arrival on a k1 visa Nov 2019. The officer stated he could have approved us but his Medical was missing. It seems the unsealed packet he surrendered at POA to customs in Dublin never made it to the US. He said he would need another medical unless he can get the records from the k1 Medical. Question- has anyone ever been able to get another copy over a year later? We don't want to pay $$$ for another Medical if it's possible.
  8. Congrats @beaubeast on your interview. Hope it went well today. Be sure to check in and let us know how it went & give us some pointers.
  9. Got our interview date letter in the mail today. It's for Jan 13th 2021. Yippee!!
  10. 2020 has been rough (for everyone). This week has been more rough (death in the family) so this surprise at 1:20am was a welcome miracle! Finally scheduled for AOS interview! 1 full year after filing. I woke my husband from a dead sleep with my gasp of glee when I got the notification from the 'Notifier for US Case Status' app & promptly signed into USCIS to verify the news!
  11. Same with us. Interview ready to be scheduled since Feb. Getting ready to send in the EAD extension paperwork in 10 days.
  12. We are waiting on an interview date (went to 'ready to schedule' in February) still so when a letter from Homeland Security showed up in our mail today we were excited. However, it's only another copy if NOA1. We are so confused. Has anyone else had this happen? Is there some computer issue at USCIS sending random letters? 🤔
  13. Like most of you we are waiting for our interview. Husband got his EAD combo card in March so it expires in March 2021. Do we have to send another application request to extend that 6 months prior? That'd be September 2020 and at the rate interviews are going I can't see getting one for AOS by then. Am I thinking correctly on the combo extension timeframe?
  14. My husband got his notice Friday that his EAD/AP combo card was approved and being printed!! We are super excited. Sadly, it was 1 day before our (big) wedding was supposed to be as it was canceled due to the COVID19 virus. Its rescheduled, but now he will have no friends or family able to come. Now we are even more glad we did the courthouse wedding 3 days after POE though!
  15. 😯😳 WOW! Yes you certainly did! Glad all is well and you got some good luck!
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