Yes. Yes.Hello, received AOR today and got a couple of questions.
1.) Is it normal that AOR only indicates the Primary applicant and not the dependent on the first part of the letter?
2.) What do I put on how many people are included in this application? (1=Mom 1=Dad =1 My Wife 1=Myself as a co signer) so a total of 4?
Sounds like Type 2 diabetes. Would encourage her to lose some weight unless she is already thin and become more active. Change her diet and if that doesn’t work take some tablets. Often diet and exercise will solve the problem. People of South East Asian origin are very prone to diabetes which then leads to their problems like kidney issues and lots of vascular issueshi all, based on the discussions and what you are aware of, what are the chances for a early stage diabetes to pass the medical exam.
my mom's measures do not reach the diabetes lower range, but are very close. she did the urine test this morning, already got a call from clinic to redo the test. worrying now
You are about to get AOR..I am waiting for AoR, and my parent want to visit Canada but I am worried about Biometric (as they dont have US Visa). What should I do?
1) Let them come here and apply US visa, not sure how difficult/ how long it will take. I have never applied US visa.
2) Ask them to stay there and wait for Bio, My application reached on June 12 (Approximately How long it should take from now?)
They wanted to be here for Christmas, and do not want to travel back to India only for BIO. Any suggestion?