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I got my MMR vaccine on International Certificate of Vaccination (Yellow Card) because that vaccine wasn't avaiable during my K-1 interview in the Embassy. Would that be okay or do I need to visit Civil Surgeon? I thought it would be okay since it's international document

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You need to see a civil surgeon and get the vaccinations transcribed onto an I-693. As the post points out, it needs to be marked off on a properly filled out DS-3025 at the time of the K-1 medical or you need the I-693.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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You need to see a civil surgeon and get the vaccinations transcribed onto an I-693. As the post points out, it needs to be marked off on a properly filled out DS-3025 at the time of the K-1 medical or you need the I-693.

I am filling my documents for AOS in few days. I have a little confusion about my 2 vaccinations ( TD and MMR ) that i have already got in UK if that will be enough or do i need more vaccination for the process.

Thanks

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Well if I go to civil surgeon to put my MMR on new I-693 wouldn't that be a problem:

My RFE says no medical results found. The USCIS is supposed to have your K1 medical files, but sometimes lose them or fail to match them up with your AOS. Do not get another exam unless you get an RFE that says they do not have results of your medical. It means they lost them, but you are probably stuck with paying for a new exam. Those kinds of RFE's are not about the immunizations or the form I-693; they are because USCIS failed to match up your other medical exam results with your AOS application.

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Because the new form won't match the form that was in the envelop taken from me at the airport.

Should I send both: old copy of DS-3025 as well as new I-693?

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I am filling my documents for AOS in few days. I have a little confusion about my 2 vaccinations ( TD and MMR ) that i have already got in UK if that will be enough or do i need more vaccination for the process.

Thanks

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/551080-immunizations-ds-3025-or-i-693/

Well if I go to civil surgeon to put my MMR on new I-693 wouldn't that be a problem:

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Because the new form won't match the form that was in the envelop taken from me at the airport.

Should I send both: old copy of DS-3025 as well as new I-693?

You get the vaccinations transcribed onto the I-693 by a civil surgeon. They will seal the I-693 in an envelope for you to include with your I-485. They already have the original of your DS-3025, along with the rest of your medical documents. I am not sure what problems that would/could cause. That is what you need to do in order to avoid an RFE asking you for one, since the MMR is not marked off on your DS-3025.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Well if I go to civil surgeon to put my MMR on new I-693 wouldn't that be a problem:

?

Because the new form won't match the form that was in the envelop taken from me at the airport.

Should I send both: old copy of DS-3025 as well as new I-693?

If you were missing a shot and have to see a civil surgeon, he will put your entire vaccination record onto the new form I-693. He can get the ones you already had off the DS-3025 and add any new ones. The record that got turned in at POE is no longer needed because you have a new updated version of your immunizations. Think of it like getting a new full driver license to replace your learner's permit. You wouldn't use the old permit and the new license both when your drive. Only the new upgraded one.


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