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  1. Thank you, some of the terminologies are still vague to me.
  2. I think your best bet is to wait for the actual EO and see what it states,based upon the rough draft of the EO (the version referenced here)- https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-04-21/trump-says-he-ll-suspend-immigration-to-u-s-over-virus-concerns , removal of conditions should not be affected. I would also not take anything trump says at face value since he justs one random thing after another. Good luck...
  3. Just got a notification that my interview was scheduled. Priority date of October 30th 2017.
  4. Congratulations, when you have some time, can you provide details on what they asked you and what you had in your folder of evidence. Thanks
  5. So the answer to that is that it depends USCIS has a new rule (this link - https://www.uscis.gov/news/alerts/uscis-policy-manual-update ) that your medical exams are now valid for 2 years provided the civil surgeon has signed the I-693 (the medical form). No more than 60 days before underlying benefit application filed with USCIS Hope this helps. That said whom do you plan to go to, i am not sure when I will get my interview so I like to have a list of doctors I can reach out if I need a new medical?
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