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My wife (and I) had her AOS interview just recently on December 12, 2020. We just got an RFE letter (sent on Dec 31), saying "you must submit a complete form I-693... that shows that you received the Influenza vaccine." She had her K-1 immigration medical exam before coming to the U.S. on 9/30/2019 (when it was NOT flu season), so she didn't get a flu shot. On her DS-3025, it stated she completed all her vaccination requirements. We filed AOS within one year of her overseas medical so we didn't fill out an I-693. We just sent her DS-3025 paperwork with the I-485 AOS package. Shouldn't her flu shot still be waived since her medical exam wasn't during flu season? Do we have to find a civil surgeon and have him give her just the flu shot and fill out the I-693? Will the DS-3025 be valid for her other vaccinations or is she going to have to go through a whole medical/vaccination exam again? Her overseas medical exam expires on 3/29/2021, which is the date we have to turn in the RFE. Thank you.
Hi, I got an email from the US embassy in Chile, saying I need to fill the DS-160 form and also schedule the interview. The only date avaible is Jan 17, which makes me nervous since is December 23 already. Tried to get another date but they said I would need to wait until March to get another appointment if I wanted. Can't wait that long because my contract ends up in February and I rather have a job at the interview moment. My question is: How long does it takes to get the medical examination results to give in the interview? Does anyone know what is the cost of the gonorrea exam and other extra as vaccines? Since I dont have any document that certifies that I have my vaccines, I think I will have to get them all so I'm trying to figure out the cost it will have. The doctor's secretary did not give much information when I asked about all this. Thanks in advance!