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Quick question. Should the wife get her shots before she goes for the medical exam or will they give them to her there? She hasn't had shots for a while and has no shot records.

Thanks

They will give her any required shots during the exam... It is included in the cost.

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They will give them to her there. It is included in the cost. they will do an interview with her and give her what is appropriate for her age. My wife only got 2 shots...she is 27.


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Yup, my Milagros just got 2 shots as well..

She then grabbed some lunch and went shopping at the Mall of Asia.. :thumbs:


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Thanks for the information. She's gonna get a chest x-ray before so getting the shots there makes this a bit easier. Not sure the checking account can handle a shopping trip to the Mall of Asia tho. LOL.

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Thanks for the information. She's gonna get a chest x-ray before so getting the shots there makes this a bit easier. Not sure the checking account can handle a shopping trip to the Mall of Asia tho. LOL.

LOL, I didn't know she was going shopping at the Mall of Asia until she IM'ed me from the Krispy Kreme with free wifi. I'm just counting down the days until I see her again. :thumbs:


AOS Timeline

08-Sep-2010 Married
28-Sep-2010 Mailed AOS packet via Express Mail
29-Sep-2010 Received @ Chicago Lockbox
18-Oct-2010 Received 797C NOA for Biometrics appointment
22-Oct 2010 Biometrics appointment (orig sched for 10/28)
29-Oct 2010 RFE (missing signature)
03-Nov Received RFE @ Chicago Lockbox
17-Nov Case transferred to California
24-Nov "Touched" Now being processed at USCIS office
30-Nov "Touched again"
03-Dec May calls Senator Joe Courtney's office for help getting EAD/AP approved
15-Dec Received AP in mail, no notification via e-mail/txt website doesn't show approval
16-Dec EAD Approved (SMS/E-mail) USCIS indicates it was approved yesterday?
18-Dec EAD Card arrived in mail
25-Mar 2011 GC Arrived

31-May 2013 10yr GC approved

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thanks for the for warning about the Mall of Asia...lol The Krispy Kreme i can handle...lol I was wondering why she was asking extra for the trip to manila...lol

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nice of you to ask this question...

i didn't think of asking the same question coz i thought i should get all the necessary shots before getting my medical exam at st. lukes.

i've already gotten some shots when i was younger.. however, i don't have the record to prove it.

was going to have a blood test to check what immunization or vaccine would i need.

i was also worried about the extra expenses that i would need just to have the vaccinations.

so it's good then that it's included in their medical exam. thank God!

plus i was worried that they might actually give me 9 vaccines all in one day! the thought of 9 shots sounds horrible!!

thanks again!


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