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Allaboutwaiting last won the day on March 28

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  1. The panel physician must fill the record anyway, to state if the applicant has the required vaccinations or not. So, I'm guessing your fiancée didn't get any vaccination during the medical? The DS-3025 looks like this:
  2. The medical is not "approved". The medical is performed and then the documents are handed to the applicant or sent to the Consulate/ Embassy (depending on the country). If your fiance scheduled and has an appointment already, he just attends and gets the medical done again.
  3. After the medical, they must hand the sealed envelope AND the vaccination record -DS-3025-.
  4. She should have been given the DS-3025 which you MUST include in your packet when filing for AOS.
  5. She can get the medical performed by any of the other two approved panel physicians: https://ma.usembassy.gov/medical-exam-instructions/
  6. From the SSA site: "The number holder’s (NH) first and last name on his or her SSN card must agree with the first and last name shown on the document submitted as evidence of identity or legal name. A middle name or suffix is not considered part of the legal name. It does not matter if the middle name or suffix is included, omitted, or incorrectly shown on an SSN card. For SSN purposes, a NH’s legal name consists of the first (or given name) and last (or family name or surname) that is used to sign legal documents, deeds, or contracts."
  7. The skin color has nothing to do with it, but the fact that you stayed a good amount of time in a listed MENA country. Misrepresentation is an issue IF the false statement was made to procure an immigration benefit, which was not the case. An important note: you both lied to CBP as you both traveled to the US to marry -which was not in itself an issue-. Just curious: Do you have family in said country or just your then fiancée? Are you a US citizen by birth or naturalization?
  8. @yuna628 First of all, we're truly sorry you and your loved ones are all going through this. Even within a knit tight family, issues of this nature become such an overwhelming challenge; it leaves everyone feeling completely drained and basically lonely, as the emotions and struggles of each are so unique. I could not agree more about these experiences feeling surreal, like being in the worst nightmare possible. It is as if all of a sudden you were extracted from your actual life and it is no longer your life anymore. It is so painful and confusing. That's how we felt not long ago when my spouse lost his mother and I lost my father within four months. Without going into details, it was something we are still trying to recover from. The fact that on top of everything, in the US, healthcare is a business and for a family, dealing with any disease becomes a financial decision, makes it even more cruel than it already is. If you feel like talking, just to vent or distract yourself, please don't hesitate, and send me a message. We send you all the good vibes, best wishes and all the strength possible.
  9. Well, I guess he was already flagged by CBP as a powder enthusiast. We now need OP to share with us why would CBP flag him.
  10. He used the USC line at the airport and referred to himself as USC on the title, so everything indicates he was. Agreed that it is odd for a citizen to be sent to secondary inspection.
  11. Was he a US citizen when he applied for you and your mom? Was he ever notified of the case being sent to the Embassy/Consulate?
  12. On boundless. com it says we should know by summer. Just saw the increase on naturalization is minimal but for AOS and ROC it is insane! They should have lower fees for those who must adjust and remove conditions if they went through a K1 -I propose it here as the official comments period is over 😜 -.
  13. You can see the results of the visa lottery on May 6th. Come back in two days if you are awarded a visa. In any case, you have the answer: you must disclose everything.
  14. You need to file the I-90 to get the typo corrected. It is free. You can call customer service and request for a paper ADIT to be sent to your home. That would serve as a temporary GC for a year. You can also go to the closest CBP deferred inspection location and ask if it will be a problem trying to enter the US with that specific mistake -I assume it shouldn't but they're the ones to decide-.
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