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DS-3025 form

#1 Daniel321


    Junior Member

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Posted 04 April 2011 - 01:43 PM

Hi peeps,

To stop myself from loosing it completely!! I thought I would ask one of you knowledgable peeps out there. Do I get the DS-3025 form from my doctor? or Will they record my vaccination history on to the form at the Embassy??

There does appear to be some slight confusion out there in forums¬

Thanks :-D
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#2 YuAndDan


    Trucker at Heart

Posted 04 April 2011 - 02:05 PM

DS-3025 is vaccination record provided and filled out by doctor overseas when doing medical for visa.

You posted this in AOS forum, you are past the DS-3025, you would be visiting a US Civil surgeon and getting an I-693 (VACCINATION Only) record done.

Several topics about this in this forum, some doctors will try to rip you off when doing just vaccination record of the I-693.
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#3 Nich-Nick


    London Specialist

Posted 04 April 2011 - 07:07 PM

Knightsbridge clinic in London will give a photocopy to you before you leave the medical exam. The original along with the rest of the medical forms they fill out go by courier to the embassy.

Some of the confusion may be because each embassy and it's approved medical office will have different procedures. The UK regional forum is a good place to get UK answers.

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