There is no form designated I-693A. That designation is the invention
of DIY newsgroupers who like to abbreviate and use acronyms so that
they don't have to type so much. The form is actually Attachment A
Supplemental Form to I-693. Google
Not knowing what vaccinations your fiancee has already had and has
documented on her DS-3025, and not being a medical doctor who has seen
your fiancee and has reviewed her medical history, it's hard to say if
she will need to get additional vaccinations.
My wife just submitted her DS-3025 for her adjustment of status, no
I-693 vaccination supplement, because her DS-3025 documented that
she'd had all of the vaccinations medicaly appropriate for her that
are required for immigration.
On Oct 30, 3:11 am, "Lauren Allen" wrote:
> I am putting together the documents needed for the AOS after we get marri=
> I am a bit confused on this vaccination supplement. I found a check list
> that said K-1 recipients need to send the form I-693A, but the USCIS web
> site only has the form I-693.
> Do I include this form, and if so where do I get it?
> Will my fianc=E9e need to get additional vaccinations?
> Thanx to anyone still here,
> From the checklist:
> If you are a K-1 fianc=E9(e) or K-2 dependent who had a medical examinat=
> within the past year as required for the nonimmigrant fianc=E9(e) visa, y=
> only need to submit a vaccination supplement (I-693A), not the entire
> medical report. You may include the vaccination supplement with your
> adjustment of status application.