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OK, so this might be a unique situation.

We have our interview date coming up on 08/05.

We had everything submitted, however at the time of the visitation at the civil surgeon my wife was pregnant.

Recently she had a miscarriage and we are trying again.

So our original letter they have states that she was unable to receive the vaccinations become she was pregnant. As it stands today she may or may not be, and we won't know until after the interview date.

Would we just have the civil surgeon write a letter stating that she can no receive the shots until later, or can her OBGYN do this for us?

Thank you for the replys.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nigeria
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OK, so this might be a unique situation.

We have our interview date coming up on 08/05.

We had everything submitted, however at the time of the visitation at the civil surgeon my wife was pregnant.

Recently she had a miscarriage and we are trying again.

So our original letter they have states that she was unable to receive the vaccinations become she was pregnant. As it stands today she may or may not be, and we won't know until after the interview date.

Would we just have the civil surgeon write a letter stating that she can no receive the shots until later, or can her OBGYN do this for us?

Thank you for the replys.

USCIS deals with the Civil Surgeon so have her OBGYN write a letter to that effect and take it to the Civil Surgeon. All the best!!

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We have our interview date coming up on 08/05.

We had everything submitted, however at the time of the visitation at the civil surgeon my wife was pregnant.

Recently she had a miscarriage and we are trying again.

So our original letter they have states that she was unable to receive the vaccinations become she was pregnant. As it stands today she may or may not be, and we won't know until after the interview date.

Would we just have the civil surgeon write a letter stating that she can no receive the shots until later, or can her OBGYN do this for us?

Thank you for the replys.

You still should to submit [take with you] a I-693 filled out by a DCS.

You "may" get away with jsut having the DS 3025. Not a good idea but some people do so.

Call Dr. Arnold in Texas and see what he can do for you.

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We have our interview date coming up on 08/05.

We had everything submitted, however at the time of the visitation at the civil surgeon my wife was pregnant.

Recently she had a miscarriage and we are trying again.

So our original letter they have states that she was unable to receive the vaccinations become she was pregnant. As it stands today she may or may not be, and we won't know until after the interview date.

Would we just have the civil surgeon write a letter stating that she can no receive the shots until later, or can her OBGYN do this for us?

Thank you for the replys.

You still should to submit [take with you] a I-693 filled out by a DCS.

You "may" get away with jsut having the DS 3025. Not a good idea but some people do so.

Call Dr. Arnold in Texas and see what he can do for you.

The people who get by with just the DS-3025 are the ones that have the vaccinations completed. This is stated in Captain Ewok's sticky in the AOS thread.


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The interview letter specifically asks for I693. Even though it probably wouldn't come up during the interview if a DS3025 was used to satisfy the vaccination requirement with the I485 submission, I wouldn't feel too comfortable showing up with just a DS 3025.

We have our interview date coming up on 08/05.

We had everything submitted, however at the time of the visitation at the civil surgeon my wife was pregnant.

Recently she had a miscarriage and we are trying again.

So our original letter they have states that she was unable to receive the vaccinations become she was pregnant. As it stands today she may or may not be, and we won't know until after the interview date.

Would we just have the civil surgeon write a letter stating that she can no receive the shots until later, or can her OBGYN do this for us?

Thank you for the replys.

You still should to submit [take with you] a I-693 filled out by a DCS.

You "may" get away with jsut having the DS 3025. Not a good idea but some people do so.

Call Dr. Arnold in Texas and see what he can do for you.

The people who get by with just the DS-3025 are the ones that have the vaccinations completed. This is stated in Captain Ewok's sticky in the AOS thread.


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01/23/2008 - never got packet 4, emailed embassy

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