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    Grecia & Ryan reacted to toocold in February 2019 - AOS Filers!!!   
    Friends who are preparing for their interviews:
    I have a question about the I-693 form. I submitted my medical exam (sealed envelope) to the immigration officer at the airport when I entered the US. The medical exam itself was completed in October 2018 (less than a year ago). My DS-3025 vaccination worksheet marks everything as 'completed'. Do I have to go to a civil surgeon to get it transcribed? I noticed that on the notice, USCIS wrote: "unless already submitted" at the end of the sentence regarding I-693. What are your thoughts? How are you preparing for this? 
     
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    Grecia & Ryan got a reaction from Faith88’ in October 2018 K-1 NOA2 ----> NVC   
    I'm going to join. In transit! So excited. Congrats everybody.
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    Grecia & Ryan got a reaction from rye_212 in October 2018 K-1 NOA2 ----> NVC   
    I'm going to join. In transit! So excited. Congrats everybody.
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    Grecia & Ryan reacted to Sabrina02 in NVC case number... now what?   
    There is a group November noa2 to Nvc. Join it an bc all your questions should be answered. Our elder of ou group @Greenbaum hawca wealth of information.  Good luck. All comes alive bc when you get your bin#
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    Grecia & Ryan reacted to Greenbaum in NVC case number... now what?   
    1. If it were me I would have a conversation with my fiancee and let him know that it is not he who decides what to send and what not to send for the interview. The Embassy requires certain documents, and some may be required as originals (all of your do). So if he wants a visa he is going to have to step up to the plate and make some sacrifices to secure a visa for you.
     
    2. The K-1 process is quite strange. For a time, it is both a non-immigrant and immigrant visa type. That is why the links (what you received in the email) will send you the process for immigrant which would be the I-864 and DS-260 even though it truly is a non-immigrant visa requiring I-134 and the DS-160. As you go through the stages, within the NVC system you look up your file under immigrant (ceac.state.gov/). It stays that way until after your interview and the approval and your visa is ready for issue. At that point, it changes over to non-immigrant. It truly is a non-immigrant visa with immigrant intent.
     
    3. Here is an advance copy of the P3 letter from your Embassy and a link below it to the sub-forum for your region where you will be able to find others who are processing or who have processed through your country ready to help with your questions.
     
    P3 Letter from Embassy
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-EZlmKv__mG52r3-ZBHWXcbOTphMCZOb/view?usp=sharing
     
    Sub-forum for your region
    http://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/96-mexico-latin-south-america/
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