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  1. We had our interview last week and left a few hours later. We drove up from Ontario though.
  2. I don't remember for sure but I believe it was around Nov or Dec 2019. We were originally schedule for March/April of last year but got cancelled because of Covid
  3. actually I just found the link but through https://ais.usvisa-info.com/. Once you log in there, it has a link to check the status. It says "issued" whatever that means.
  4. We didn't upload them. I don't think you can once NVC approves all the documents (you can't edit). We just took the paperwork with us.
  5. I checked the CEAC page and under status it says: Principal Applicant (it's been like this since the account was opened).
  6. Get everything new: medicals, photos, police certificates. They asked us for all of these
  7. My spouse and I were interviewed together but the child is only mine
  8. The questions were all straightforward and simple things (lasted about 10 minutes) that anyone who has regular contact with their children would know (details about their lives, what, where, when, etc.), etc., but I would not use my example as an indication of anything. We went in overly prepared being able to demonstrate a relationship through the years and with literally hundreds of pages of docs between financials, tax returns, photos, travel history, assets, etc. Just because 98% of these were not required does not mean that they may not be required for someone else. I feel like we overprepared by a 1000%. Having said this, we felt moderately confident going in that we could address with evidence nearly anything asked. If anything, I would concentrate primarily on the financials and the relationship between parent and child.
  9. Presumably it went well. I'm not sure if everyone at the consulate was in a good mood or what but everyone (except security) was cordial.
  10. Sorry but where on the CEAC page do you see the "status"? I looked everywhere on my CEAC page and couldn't find anything related to actual current status.
  11. We are IR5. We had our interview this week. We were originally scheduled for April 2020 but got canceled because of Covid.
  12. This is obviously apples and oranges (adjustment of status) but here it states that "once received" from the physician, the validity is 2 years which brings into question if a physician submits a report and it is received by the post, how long it is then determined to be valid for: Validity Period for the Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record (Form I-693) The USCIS is reducing the validity period of Form I-693 to 60 days from the date the doctor signs the I-693, previously a 1-year period of validity. What this means is that an applicant must ensure that he or she completes the medical examination close to their filing date for Form I-485 Application for Permanent Residence or Adjustment of Status. Once the USCIS has received your medical examination (Form I-693), it will be valid for a period of 2 years.
  13. Good point but the particular wording in that excerpt refers to the extension of visas that were already issued but the recipient was unable to immigrate.
  14. Further to the above, in this Dept of State document it states that some medical examination results can be valid for up to 12 months, not 6 months like it was wrongly stated above: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/Medical/ACK%20-%20Auckland.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwjLsfPAx4DwAhVBHqwKHcheBKsQFjAIegQILxAF&usg=AOvVaw0Uk7TOMk2BE_5a0YEFCKrA
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