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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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Hello,

I received my NoA1 on the 9th of June. I was just wondering what my SO will need as far as vaccinations before her interview? Or is this needed only when you go to adjust status? I am a little confused. She has begun some vaccination regiments in Russia but I was a bit concerned because she had said she has to wait 6 months for the 3rd part of her Hepatitis B regiment. What if for some reason her interview is scheduled before her last inoculation?


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Brazil
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Hello,

I received my NoA1 on the 9th of June. I was just wondering what my SO will need as far as vaccinations before her interview? Or is this needed only when you go to adjust status? I am a little confused. She has begun some vaccination regiments in Russia but I was a bit concerned because she had said she has to wait 6 months for the 3rd part of her Hepatitis B regiment. What if for some reason her interview is scheduled before her last inoculation?

Go the top of this page and click "embassy info", then click the letter that the country of the interview starts with, then find the country on the list...then look at the information listed for medical and vaccinations. The list of the vaccinations that they will need are there.

And when the vaccinations are needed also depends on a couple things. Mostly they are needed before you enter the US. But like you mention above, I believe that if you are in process of getting a series (like heb B) as long as you show that you are in process you can wait to get the last one from the US.

But don't worry, unless you are one of the luckiest VJ members out there, you'll probably still be waiting for her visa in 6 months time :)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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Firstly vaccinations are age specific.

For people between age 17 and 65 they are:

Tetanus/Dpt

MMR

Varicella- chicken pox

HPV (Women under 27)

Secondly, K-1 do not need vaccinations until they marry and file to adjust status.

Vaccination Requirements

United States immigration law requires immigrant visa applicants to obtain certain vaccinations prior to the issuance of an immigrant visa. Panel physicians who conduct medical examinations of immigrant visa applicants are required to verify that immigrant visa applicants have met the vaccination requirements. See IV Vaccination Requirements for the list of required vaccinations and additional information.

As a fiancé(e), you are not required to fulfill this requirement at the time of your medical examination for a fiancé(e) visa. However, you may want to do so. These vaccinations are required when you adjust status following your marriage.

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/ty...tml#Vaccination

Moving this to consulate embassy forum.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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Hello,

I received my NoA1 on the 9th of June. I was just wondering what my SO will need as far as vaccinations before her interview? Or is this needed only when you go to adjust status? I am a little confused. She has begun some vaccination regiments in Russia but I was a bit concerned because she had said she has to wait 6 months for the 3rd part of her Hepatitis B regiment. What if for some reason her interview is scheduled before her last inoculation?

It is not needed for the interview. It IS needed for the AOS. Best to get it done before as it will probably be cheaper and easier that way and you will be all prepared when she arrives. If her interview is before the last innoculation, no worries, but she will have to finish the series when she arrives. Have her take her vaccination record to the medical exam. They will transcribe it onto the DS-3025. That and her medical exam will be all you need for the AOS. If it is not complete, take it to a doctor here and have her get the needed injections and ask the doctor to note them on the DS-3025


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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Firstly vaccinations are age specific.

For people between age 17 and 65 they are:

Tetanus/Dpt

MMR

Varicella- chicken pox

HPV (Women under 27)

Secondly, K-1 do not need vaccinations until they marry and file to adjust status.

Vaccination Requirements

United States immigration law requires immigrant visa applicants to obtain certain vaccinations prior to the issuance of an immigrant visa. Panel physicians who conduct medical examinations of immigrant visa applicants are required to verify that immigrant visa applicants have met the vaccination requirements. See IV Vaccination Requirements for the list of required vaccinations and additional information.

As a fiancé(e), you are not required to fulfill this requirement at the time of your medical examination for a fiancé(e) visa. However, you may want to do so. These vaccinations are required when you adjust status following your marriage.

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/ty...tml#Vaccination

Moving this to consulate embassy forum.

Thank you, Yu and Dan. Yes, the hepatitus is not required for her. Some are also country specific. Russia has no special vaccines needed other than those mentioned by Yu and Dan.


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