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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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My fiance went and got her shot today. They did 1 shot and said the following shot is 2 months from now. They said she can do the shot once she arrived in the US.

Is this true?

Will there be any issue at the interview?...or do they make you wait 2 months before leaving for the US?


Linh & Ngan

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This is typical. The paperwork says that she may continue the vaccination program in the US. There will not be a problem at the interview regarding this, assuming all other aspects of her medical exam were acceptable.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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its fine, there wont be any problems at the interview. my wife had the same situation. its better to get the shot in vn though. its only 300,000 vnd compared to $70 in the US


Visa Journey

CR-1 Visa Journey

11/07/08 ............Married

02/13/09 ............I-130 sent

02/16/09 ............I-130 delivered

02/23/09.............NOA1

02/24/09.............Touched

02/28/09............ NOA1 Hard Copy

03/25/09.............NOA2

03/30/09.............NOA2 Hard Copy

NVC Journey

04/15/09.............Case # Assigned

04/17/09.............DS-3032 and AOS bill generated

04/17/09.............DS-3032 sent (email+mail)

04/17/09.............AOS PAID (online)

04/20/09.............AOS package sent

04/20/09.............DS-3032 accepted

04/22/09.............IV Fee bill generated

04/22/09.............IV bill PAID (online)

04/27/09.............DS-230 sent to NVC

04/30/09.............Case under Final Review

05/07/09.............RFE (Ques 20 DS-230)

05/09/09.............Resend DS-230

05/13/09.............DS-230 Received and Under Review

05/20/09.............Case complete at NVC

Embassy Journey

06-08-09.............Case Arrived at Embassy in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

06-22-09.............Medical Exam

07-29-09.............Visa Interview

07-29-09.............Visa Approved

08-05-09.............Visa in Hand

08-24-09.............POE - (San Francisco, California)

09-04-09.............Green Card Arrived in Mail

12-04-09.............SSN Card Arrived in Mail

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
Timeline

my husband forgot to get the 2nd set of shots too! I had to remind him and he went and got it right before he came over to the states...


CR1/IR1 Timeline:

GENERAL INFO

[*]12-xx-2007 - 1st Trip (6wks) & Met him halfway around the world

[*]03-xx-2008 - Got engaged - two people on opposite sides of the world

[*]05-xx-2008 - 2nd Trip (2wks) - Engagement/Marriage/Consummation

[*]06-12-2008 - Filed I-130 (CR-1) with Vermont Service Center

[*]12-xx-2008 - 3rd Trip (4wks)

[*]06-05-2009 - Interview at 9:00am at HCMC Consulate (result: blue)

[*]07-08-2009 - Submitted RFE: Beneficiary's Relatives & Evidence of Relationship

[*]08-xx-2009 - 4th Trip (4wks)

[*]10-07-2009 - AP 91 days - Result: APPROVED!!

[*]10-31-2009 - POE: Detroit, MI

[*]11-18-2009 - Social Security Card

[*]11-20-2009 - Green Card

[*]01-21-2010 - Driver's License

THE NEXT STEPS...

[*]02/07/2011 - Renew Vietnam Passport

[*]07/30/2011 - Process of Removing Conditions Begins

[*]09/25/2011 - Date of I-751

[*]09/28/2011 - NOA1

[*]10/19/2011 - Biometrics

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For the interview, 1 shot is good to go. That won't delay your visa approval. Additional shots can be done in the States.

Hang is still in VN for the next few more months so I will remind her to go get the 2nd shot too in December, take only 15min for 60,000vnd (I think that's what it costs).

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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local health dept should do it free...


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