DV 2020 AOS Only

Hi Giovanna,i have actually already filled out the form and have my school to birth certificates handy, just wanted to make sure i do not make mistake, but reading to everyone's responses i am probably being lill paranoid i think, i will just relax and wait for my case to be current so that i could mail out my package along with medicals and also try to atleast find someone to have a 2nd eye on my form giving me some time instead of paying flat chunk of fee.
Also, since you are on same status as mine, did you submit an affidivat of support, i believe i do not have one so i am worried abt this, although acc to recent update we might not need it for AOS, but just making sure with people on the same boat. And do you have any idea if we submit bank stmt, how much funds might we need to show on a recurring statement?
Thank you for your suggestions.
Yes, i have a sponsor for my affidavit because I don t work in the US, i just study.I was like you in the beginning, but then I read the experiences, i went over and over the spreadsheet and i really realized that this forum has everything. Lawyers want to make money and let you lose time. Pay the immigration fees, take pictures, and pay the civil surgeon. That s all you have to pay. There are gold advices also about the medical process.
P.s go in the forum 2019 AOS only and read the experiences.
P.s what s your case numb?
 
Yes, i have a sponsor for my affidavit because I don t work in the US, i just study.I was like you in the beginning, but then I read the experiences, i went over and over the spreadsheet and i really realized that this forum has everything. Lawyers want to make money and let you lose time. Pay the immigration fees, take pictures, and pay the civil surgeon. That s all you have to pay. There are gold advices also about the medical process.
P.s go in the forum 2019 AOS only and read the experiences.
P.s what s your case numb?
Sure i am actually reading a lot of posts and experiences from 2019 AOS people, ther experiences and suggestions are very helpful too.
Oh ok that is good that you have sponsor, i will have to hunt one for me now.
I am AS39xx, how about you?
 
@Sm1smom, I already bugged you few times. I have three queries. DV2020 EU29XXX. My eligibility is based on my wife's birth country. PhD. Status valid until 2024. F1 & F2, AOS.

1. My wife has conceived and we were wondering as our paperwork submission and interview might fall while she is on her second or third trimester do we need to keep in mind other relevant paperwork or interview questions?

2. The civil surgeon medical tests: given my wife's condition as we plan to do the test within the 60 days of the interview do you know anything we need to tell the civil surgeon or other relevant issues?

3. Do you know if we conduct most of the tests at our university hospital and then bring those to the civil surgeon then he/she would based on that would accept some of those and do only the ones he feels required? It would lessen the cost for us a lot. Like all of our vaccination is already done and I have official copy.

Thanks you again so much in advance.
 
Yes, i have a sponsor for my affidavit because I don t work in the US, i just study.I was like you in the beginning, but then I read the experiences, i went over and over the spreadsheet and i really realized that this forum has everything. Lawyers want to make money and let you lose time. Pay the immigration fees, take pictures, and pay the civil surgeon. That s all you have to pay. There are gold advices also about the medical process.
P.s go in the forum 2019 AOS only and read the experiences.
P.s what s your case numb?
@Giovanna. First congratulation. I am interested about which particular forum is for the "gold advices" about the medical process? It would really help because my wife is will be on her second trimester by the interview time and we want to use our university hospital for most processes and then visit the civil surgeon. Let me know if I can message you.
 
@Sm1smom, I already bugged you few times. I have three queries. DV2020 EU29XXX. My eligibility is based on my wife's birth country. PhD. Status valid until 2024. F1 & F2, AOS.

1. My wife has conceived and we were wondering as our paperwork submission and interview might fall while she is on her second or third trimester do we need to keep in mind other relevant paperwork or interview questions?

2. The civil surgeon medical tests: given my wife's condition as we plan to do the test within the 60 days of the interview do you know anything we need to tell the civil surgeon or other relevant issues?

3. Do you know if we conduct most of the tests at our university hospital and then bring those to the civil surgeon then he/she would based on that would accept some of those and do only the ones he feels required? It would lessen the cost for us a lot. Like all of our vaccination is already done and I have official copy.

Thanks you again so much in advance.
1. Pregnant or not, paperwork or interview experience will be the same.

2. Disclose the pregnancy to the CS.

3. Yes you can present your vaccination record to your CS to help reduce your cost. This is also discussed on the AOS process spreadsheet under the medical section - you should really spend some quality time reviewing that spreadsheet.
 
@Giovanna. First congratulation. I am interested about which particular forum is for the "gold advices" about the medical process? It would really help because my wife is will be on her second trimester by the interview time and we want to use our university hospital for most processes and then visit the civil surgeon. Let me know if I can message you.
The AOS process spreadsheet certainly contains some “gold advices about the medical process”
 
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