Lee Jae-yong's physical examination '
The results and documents (I-693) of Lee Jae Yong Internal Medicine, which is conducting a physical examination of residents in Denver, Colorado, are confirmed to be error-prone.
According to the USCIS, the applicant who applied for permanent residency and presented the sealed physical examination, form I-693, provided by Lee Jae Yong's office, was returned as missing information. This is the second time the doctor’s office has given the same patient an incomplete and improperly typed I-693 form to the immigration office.
Since then, the applicant for permanent residence visited the hospital three more times for the same reason, and at the third visit, it was reported that the doctor said, "There was a mistake, but you have to pay an additional amount."
Upon consulting with a lawyer, form I-693 cannot be filed by the applicant nor by a lawyer, only by a ‘competent’ physician. Since the USCIS requires the form to be sealed, there is no way for the applicant to know whether the information being sent to the immigration office is correct. The applicant was alerted to the doctor’s office careless and unprofessional oversights via notices received by USCIS. Mind you, neither the medical examination fee, nor the filing fees with immigration come cheap. For every mistake the assigned USCIS case worker finds, the applicant runs the risk of having their application rejected and the money paid, lost. At which point, the applicant would need to re-apply and pay the filing fees all over again.
Meanwhile, Lee Jae-yong has not disclosed any position regarding the case.
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