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AnneA

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  1. Some countries the medical fee is $4-500, add travel expenses to medical and interview at embassy
  2. I would think it's cutting it too close. It takes a while to get through security. I interviewed at the embassy in Sweden, stayed at a hotel 5 minutes walk from it and arrived outside 45 minutes before my appointment .. I was inside 10 minutes before appointment. It'll only take a 5-10 minutes delay on any train and you'll miss the interview
  3. Vaccinations are not required for a K-visa ... recommended but not required. It can often be cheaper to get them during the medical but for instans in Denmark it will cost more than in the US. Here's an example from the UK embassy website https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/fiancee-2/medical-examination/
  4. Last year on my first 4th July in US my fiance went down on one knee and asked me to marry him just before the fireworks on the stadium went off ... later he went on about how he should have waited a couple of days for my birthday instead. This year I'm in bed since it's past 10 pm here and I get up early tomorrow and my fiance is hopefully going to some neighbours house but more likely he'll be painting the livingroom walls
  5. First of all I'm sorry that you are in that situation. Secondly you are right ... it's not a joke. It took me more than 10 years to get compensation for the permanent damage the vaccination did and in Denmark it's nowhere close to the amount you would get in the US ... I did get disability until I retire. I can not get a medical waiver since the vaccinations are not the same. I have had measles, mumps etc since none of them were dangerous here until 1987 so I can get the test in the US to prove that and again if it means I can't stay in the US we'll move here.
  6. Don't worry with all the illegals and tourists not getting any vaccinations it won't really matter πŸ˜‚ also if you have your vaccinations then why worry at all?? πŸ˜‰
  7. That would be great. We have similar booking systems in Denmark and everything is digital. However I'm not impressed with the digital system in US that I have met so far ... or rather the lack of it. I have even stopped complain about faults and slowness in the Danish system πŸ˜‚
  8. Yes kinda the best would be to wait until my fiance retires but we'd find a solution either way.
  9. Thank you .. always make sure to have several plans otherwise I would not have managed being a single parent with 6 kids - all adults now and doing great even though 3 has aspergers syndrom 😊
  10. Yes we move here faster than planned πŸ‘πŸ˜Š
  11. Then you could add that in the text since others will be reading this and have no specific knowledge of Philippines also the subject is vaccinations and not country specific 😊
  12. In Denmark they are not ... they are extra charge and rather expensive ... and the medical and x-ray is 2725 dkr and 500 dkr which is just under $500
  13. I had my medical today and it was no problem not getting vaccinations .. as previously mentioned it is not required for K1. I was told to do the waiver at the new medical for AOS in the US
  14. Here's a link to USCIS website with form and instructions which lists everything you must send with the I-129f. Remember send copies never never ever originals they will not be returned. https://www.uscis.gov/i-129f Good luck 😊
  15. I would think that the affidavits need a "wet" signature ???
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