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hello all!!! My husband is awaiting his interview appointment at the El Salvador US Embassy. We are debating whether to go ahead and get booster vaccines here in the States through our insurance before departing hoping that they will count towards his medical clearance. Has anyone gotten vaccines before leaving for their interview appointment and had them counted towards the medical clearance process?? BTW: my husband EWI and is living here in the states and is going through the i-601a waiver route for his interview, which is why we want to get vaccines done here through our insurance and not have to pay for them at the time of his medical examination. Any input on this topic is welcomed :)!!

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22 hours ago, Isa&Sam said:

hello all!!! My husband is awaiting his interview appointment at the El Salvador US Embassy. We are debating whether to go ahead and get booster vaccines here in the States through our insurance before departing hoping that they will count towards his medical clearance. Has anyone gotten vaccines before leaving for their interview appointment and had them counted towards the medical clearance process?? BTW: my husband EWI and is living here in the states and is going through the i-601a waiver route for his interview, which is why we want to get vaccines done here through our insurance and not have to pay for them at the time of his medical examination. Any input on this topic is welcomed :)!!

You could but you have to bring proof of the vaccinations and chances are they might still give him 2 or 3 shots. I have spoken to a few that did this but they still ended up getting a couple shots. But doesn't hurt especially if you have insurance, might save you a bit. 

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1 hour ago, CA1515 said:

You could but you have to bring proof of the vaccinations and chances are they might still give him 2 or 3 shots. I have spoken to a few that did this but they still ended up getting a couple shots. But doesn't hurt especially if you have insurance, might save you a bit. 

yea i know he eventually will need some vaccines at the medical exam. but it doesnt hurt to try

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