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Hi All, I'm adjusting from K1 and applied for AOS in May 2019. Our interview was initially scheduled to be in March 2020 but was cancelled due to USCIS closure. Our interview has been rescheduled to Aug in NJ (yayy!). They have sent us the standard interview prep letter and in list of documents needed, they have stated: A completed medical examination (Form I-693) and vaccination supplement in a sealed environment (unless already submitted). We submitted vaccination supplement with I-485 and medical was completed for K-1 visa. My understanding is, if the interview was completed in March 2020, new I-693 was not required. But if the medical is older than 1 year, a new medical examination is required for the interview. In current covid19 situation, I'm trying to avoid going to the clinic unless absolutely necessary. I'm wondering if it's a good idea to wait till interview and see if they really require a new medical? Anyone else have been in a similar situation? Any suggestions/recommendations are appreciated!
Hello! I hope someone can help me understand why uscis case been open for almost 2 months here in Mi and i’m not seeing anyone getting their interview re-scheduled or scheduled in general? my case was ready to be scheduled for an interview may and still no news or nothing. Hope someone knows anything! Thank you!
Hello everyone...So me and my husband are scheduled for the AOS green card interview next week. I have checked the requirements on what we should bring on the day of the interview but because I keep on researching, many have different experiences and just wanted to ask you guys some insights on several questions on mind that I have: 1) do I have to reprint the whole AOS PACKET with affidavit of support etc... that I have already sent last time and bring it to the interview? I was confused because it says "unless otherwise submitted" but then I see other people that printed them again and brought to the interview. Redundancy? 2) it says bring some photos to show our legit marriage- Should I start making a scrapbook collage of photos from the start that I entered here in the US then married, up until now? Or should I make again another one from the start of our relationship till finish? I mean, I did that scrapbook thingy before and passed it to my interviewer for the K1 VISA interview and gave it to them and they never returned it to me, so should I make another one? what are your experiences? 3)Anyone here recent aos filers that did the ds-5540 (public charge) form and brought it to the interview? is it mandatory? Any answers would be highly appreciated!!! Thank you so much!
Hi there, I recently got a letter stating that my interview for AOS will take place on April 16th. I was quite excited to hear from USCIS after such a long time since the last time I heard any updates about my case was over a year ago however, I read the list of all the paperwork I need to put together for the interview within a month and I just started to stress out about it. I've got so many questions and I don't know how I'll manage to get this done with such short notice (the interview is in 20 days) but I was wondering whether I had to complete the medical examination or not. As usual, I've got mixed information from the form instructions and USCIS agents. I had a medical examination before I was admitted to a K-1 visa holder. I filed my Form I-485 within one year of my overseas medical examination. The instructions for the form I-693 states that you are not required to have another medical examination if you filed within one year of your overseas medical examination however when I called USCIS, I was told on the phone by one of their agents that I still require a medical examination since it's been over a year since I applied. I'm not sure about this one and I've already scheduled the appointment. If that's the case, I wonder what the appointment is going to be like, how long, what kind of questions will the doctor ask, if it's going to be like my medical examination overseas where the doctor only saw me for like 10 minutes, did a quick q & a and everyone who went before me was like just answer what they want to hear. Then I got a vaccination record in like 5-10 minutes. Also, the day before the appointment I got a chest X-ray, blood and urine test which did not take more than 10 minutes. I have no idea what to expect from this medical examination if there are going to be unexpected screenings and tests that I am not aware of and will cost me more money than planned as well. Thanks for any further tips, details or recommendations.