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Quick question here. I've now had all my vaccines done, including the MMR booster (got that done yesterday). As far as the AOS requirements go, I am 100% up to date.

I asked my doctors surgery for proof that I have received all the recent vaccines, and they gave me a choice. I could have either a print out showing the vaccines and dates administered, and have that print out stamped with my doctors surgery details, (showing the list of doctors, address and phone number). Or I could have an official letter, on the practice headed paper, showing the same details and signed by my doctor. The stamped print out is free, the official letter is £16.

I opted for the print out with the surgery stamp on it, as saving every little penny helps! However, what has everyone else done when supplying these details at the Knightsbridge medical? Is a doctors stamped print out sufficient, or do I need a signed letter from my doctor on headed paper?

Any advice appreciated!


K1 VISA APPLICATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS

08/10/2015 Flight to USA with K1 Visa - POE NYC JFK airport

08/11/2015 Married!

10/15/2015 Moved into our new home in Bradenton, FL

11/02/2015 Filed package for AOS, EAD and AP

11/08/2015 NOA1 (Electronic) received for AOS, EAD and AP

01/07/2016 Biometrics Appointment completed

01/20/2016 EAD/ AP (I-765/ I-131) approved. Text & email confirmation

01/25/2016 EAD/ AP (I-765/ I-131) USCIS confirmed card sent

01/26/2016 EAD/ AP Card received (85 days from filing AOS)

08/05/2016 "New Card Is Being Produced" USCIS Case Status update

08/10/2016 "Card has been mailed" USCIS Case Status Update

08/11/2016 Welcome Letter received

08/12/2016 Permanent Residency/ Green Card delivered by USPS

 

 

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Yes. Knightsbridge will take just about anything. They need the dates of course, but it can be a printout with stamp, no stamp, your little red book of childhood vax, hand scrawled, signed, not signed.


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Thanks for the confirmation Nich-Nick :thumbs:

Yes, the print-out clearly shows the vaccine names (Priorix 1 and Revaxis 1), what they immunise against (Measles, Mumps, Rubella, and Diphtheria, Polio, Tetanus) and the dates that they were administered (28th April and MMR booster on 2nd June). I also have the earlier letter from my doctors showing all the vaccines I've had between Oct '69 and Jan '97.

Sorted! :content:


K1 VISA APPLICATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS

08/10/2015 Flight to USA with K1 Visa - POE NYC JFK airport

08/11/2015 Married!

10/15/2015 Moved into our new home in Bradenton, FL

11/02/2015 Filed package for AOS, EAD and AP

11/08/2015 NOA1 (Electronic) received for AOS, EAD and AP

01/07/2016 Biometrics Appointment completed

01/20/2016 EAD/ AP (I-765/ I-131) approved. Text & email confirmation

01/25/2016 EAD/ AP (I-765/ I-131) USCIS confirmed card sent

01/26/2016 EAD/ AP Card received (85 days from filing AOS)

08/05/2016 "New Card Is Being Produced" USCIS Case Status update

08/10/2016 "Card has been mailed" USCIS Case Status Update

08/11/2016 Welcome Letter received

08/12/2016 Permanent Residency/ Green Card delivered by USPS

 

 

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That's perfect. We have to the same vaccine document for my fiance ready to go.

My fiance's GP literally gave every single vaccination that was missing (e.g., Hep A & B are is definitely a good one to get if you are missing it). The doctor said just to make certain there was no complications (with immigration/health) in the future. But getting those are not really necessary; however, I do recommend to get every vaccine available as it's a good idea for your own safety too. :idea:

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So what is the exact list of the vaccination that we require? The guide for London on this forum only states 4 of them, but is that up to date? please, advise


K1 Timeline 5.5 MONTHS

Spoiler

1-129F Filed: 05-29-2015

NOA 1: 06-05-2015

NOA 2: 07-23-2018

NVC Received: 08-20-2015

NVC Left: 05-25-2015

Consulate Received: 05-28-2015

Packet 3 Received: 09-04-2015

Packet 3 Sent: 09-05-2015

Medical Interview: 09-09-2015

Packet 4 Received: 09-25-2015

Interview Date: 10-16-2015

Visa Received: 10-16-2015

US Entry: 11-14-2015

 

AOS Timeline 9.5 MONTHS

Spoiler

AOS Filed: 01-13-2016
AOS Package delivered: 01-19-2016 (Day 1)
NOA1 TEXT/EMAIL: 01-25-2016 (Day 7)
NOA1 Hard Copy: 01-29-2016 (Day 11)
Biometrics Letter: 02-08-2016 (Day 21)
Biometrics appointment: 02-16-2016 (Day 29)

EAD Approved: 03-30-2016 (Day 71)

AP Approved: 03-31-2016 (Day 72)

EAD 'Card mailed' update: 04-04-2016 (Day 76)

EAD/AP Combo card received: 04/06/2016 (Day 78)

AOS Interview Notice: 09-09-2016

AOS Interview: 10-12-2016

AOS Approval: 10-12-2016

AOS Card Mailed: 10-17-2016

 

ROC Timeline

ROC Filed: 08-25-2018

ROC Package delivered: 08-28-2018 (Day 1)

Check cashed:

NOA1:

 

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So what is the exact list of the vaccination that we require? The guide for London on this forum only states 4 of them, but is that up to date? please, advise

Yes it is correct.

And the most you likely need is two

You can have varicella waived because you had chickenpox.

you can have influenza waived because it is currently not flu season.

Edited by Nich-Nick

England.gifENGLAND ---

K-1 Timeline 4 months, 19 days 03-10-08 VSC to 7-29-08 Interview London

10-05-08 Married

AOS Timeline 5 months, 14 days 10-9-08 to 3-23-09 No interview

Removing Conditions Timeline 5 months, 20 days12-27-10 to 06-10-11 No interview

Citizenship Timeline 3 months, 26 days 12-31-11 Dallas to 4-26-12 Interview Houston

05-16-12 Oath ceremony

The journey from Fiancé to US citizenship:

4 years, 2 months, 6 days

243 pages of forms/documents submitted

No RFEs

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