How would you carry it if they decide to not interview? Send them the envelope, this would be the same as if you went to a US Civil surgeon to do an I-693, the doctore seals it in an envelope for you to attach to I-485 when adjusting status.
Thanks Don. I'm afraid they might lose that precious sealed vaccination record, that's why I was hoping to hand carry it
I appreciate your agreeing that I could file her I-485 without an I-693 and the hassle of dealing with a Civil Surgeon.
Again send them the envelope, and keep the yellow book as vaccinations record.
Note: it is a good idea to get the boosters done, or get tested for immunity (Titer tests) for peace of mind or in the event wish to take classes at the local college, the school will require this.
OK, so I wasn't aware that we might not get interviewed.
Fine, so I'll mail the sealed vaccination envelop with her I-485. Did someone else get a sealed "USCIS (Vaccination Form)" envelop or is it just us?
And thanks for reminding me about the benefits of booster shots. It's just all the talk about "bad and ugly CS" that makes me want to avoid them
Been away for awhile adjusting and enjoying married life for the first time and especially with a wonderful Chinese woman.
Here is the skinny. Last year my wife was able to find better employment than I could. Did not want her to work early, but she had more opportunities in a career change. So we did the shot record review after a lot of hassles with Civil Surgeons. And Dan helped us get this topic started and pinned.
Fortunately I got a good job soon after. So I waited until I had my income back up with work history to send I-485
. In our application, I sent both records. Both sealed envelopes for shots and medical exam, since my wife's had expired.
So last month, I received my first RE in the process for an expired medical. Simply called the USCIS
and followed up with a letter and copy of exam explaining situation. Now our I-485
is in Cali.
Way back in the process Bobby I remember reading that most K-1s do not interview to adjust status and if your app is sent to Cali that is a good thing for us in Texas meaning no interview. So keeping my fingers crossed.
And if you are near the Houston area do not waste your time going anywhere but where Randy suggested in the beginning of this thread. See Dr. TZU Wang. Quick, inexpensive and thorough.
Edited by Henry and Mei, 01 August 2011 - 12:01 PM.