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  1. Hi guys, I was missing few vaccinations during medical exam for K-1 visa. Doctors adviced me to get missing vaccinations done in UK, before I leave the country. This is so I don't need to pay for doctors in US. I got all done with my surgeon in UK and have proofs with me. Now preparing docs for AOS. After reading the medical form I-693 requirements, I got confused if I need to see civil surgeon again? Or is it enough to send copies as an attachment with my application?
  2. I had my medical examination today in London. when i filled out my Medical questionnaire the one question as we all know for the us is have i ever thought about my harming myself and have i acted it on to which I said yes when i went in to the room to begin she asked me about it to which i said i had self harmed from around the time i was 11 when my dad died. Which went on for a few years she asked me if i had ever gone and gotten help to which i had bereavement counseling but as for anything for the self harm which i hadn't. she then ended up asking to see them and i showed her them and she was very surprised as to why i didn't have any help to which i said at the time i was very young and no one knew but i haven't done it in a while because i deal with things differently and my partner helps massively she then said that i would need to see a psychiatrist. And asked me to send the paperwork to my doctor for him to see if i had any help. What will this entail? Will this be bad for me and my fiancés visa? What can i expect thanks in advance and sorry for the rambling
  3. Hi. I am the wife of a US permanent resident and my husband filed for the spouse immigration case. it was a long procedure and i wrote my whole experience and about the whole process in 2 blogposts so that someone might get answers to questions they are looking for. I have tried to cover every detail in these two blogs but still if you have any kind of query, then feel free to ask me. i will try to answer it to the best of my knowledge. I hope this helps someone. https://lizasworld1144.wixsite.com/musingsofadesigirl/post/us-spouse-immigration-type-f21-part-1-2 and https://lizasworld1144.wixsite.com/musingsofadesigirl/post/us-spouse-immigration-type-f21-part-2-2
  4. Hi, Idk if this is the correct thread for my question but I was wondering if anyone could answer me. It would be a year of stay for me here in the US in a few weeks on K1 Visa. I have not filed for AOS due to financial reasons. Now, I am ready to and was wondering if I need to redo physical exam/vaccination as the DS 3025 requirement? I had the exam from SLEC 07/25/2018. Do I need to redo it or this same paper is enough as attachment for my AOS application? Would really appreciate if some could answer.
  5. I read the instructions for i-693 and it states on page 7: C.You received a medical examination prior to admission, then:(1)You are not required to have another medical examination as long as you file your Form I-485 within one year of an overseas medical examination. I called USCIS and they said the medical examination I got overseas when applied for a K1 visa is only valid for a year. I got my medical examination on May 23rd, 2017 and I applied for AOS on October 24th, 2017. I recently got my interview appointment for April 16th giving me only 30 days to get all the paperwork needed for the interview. I scheduled a medical exam just in case but I'm still unsure whether I have to get it done or not. I only have my vaccination records and chest X-rays from the last medical exam since the results of the medical exam overseas was given in a sealed envelope to an IO when going through customs after landing to the states in order to be admitted to the country (July 19th, 2017). What are your thoughts? My interview is in 18 days.
  6. 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.
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