It is likely that you will get an RFE and cause further delay. Think about consulting with an immigration attorney to make sure everything is done properly. Good Luck.
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USCIS may accept it, however I never file without attaching the medical. If you need a series of shots, you will risk losing your filing fee.
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You'll likely receive an rfe. It's better to submit a complete packet.
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most likely they will issue an RFE for a medical thus delaying things. Why do you think a medical will take long? its just a few days (I actually know someone here in NY who has a one day turn around).
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The medical exam is required for filing. If the delay is getting additional shots in a series that must have a certain lag time between them, see if the doctor will sign the medical anyway and indicate the other shots will be done when medically appropriate.
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You may risk further delay if an RFE is issued. i agree with my colleague who suggested enquiring if the doctor will sign the medical and explain that further follow up is necessary.
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I agree that you should do what you can to submit your medical report with the applications. You might consider a different civil surgeon outside of the Boston metro area. We've had pretty good luck with those in Central and Western MA as they aren't quite as busy as those in Boston. You can find a list of civil surgeons at: https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=offices.type&OfficeLocator.office_type=CIV