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Vaccinations; is this list correct? Translation needed?

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Argentina
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Hey guys,

I am not at the medical stage yet (sending RFE packet out next week and hopefully medical exam is not far away after that), but wanted to be sure.

When we receive the packet for medical exam, do we need to have all of these vaccinations beforehand? I found this list on gov website...

* Hepatitis A

* Hepatitis B

* Influenza

* Influenza type b (Hib)

* Measles

* Meningococcal

* Mumps

* Penumococcal

* Pertussis

* Polio

* Rotavirus

* Rubella

* Tetanus and diphtheria toxoids

* Varicella

We bring the list of vaccinations my husband has to the medical exam, right?

And should I get this list translated even if exam is being done here, in Argentina?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Bring your husband's vaccination records to the medical exam. There the doc will transfer the info to the medical exam sheet, which is already in English. If he isn't up-to-date on any of the vaccinations, he might be able to get them at the exam. When calling and scheduling the medical exam, ask them. If they say no, then get them done beforehand. Don't forget to bring the passport-style pictures to attach to the medical exam sheet, too.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Argentina
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Bring your husband's vaccination records to the medical exam. There the doc will transfer the info to the medical exam sheet, which is already in English. If he isn't up-to-date on any of the vaccinations, he might be able to get them at the exam. When calling and scheduling the medical exam, ask them. If they say no, then get them done beforehand. Don't forget to bring the passport-style pictures to attach to the medical exam sheet, too.

ok great!

so this list is correct?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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I'm not sure for Argentina. I know that's the official list, but I also know that each vaccination has guidelines for who gets it when. Like... if you're over or under a certain age or are in a high-risk group. When you schedule, you can ask which vaccinations he can expect to receive or which ones he should be sure to have before the exam. Sorry.


USCIS : 104 Days

10-30-2009 : I-130 and Documents Sent

11-06-2009 : NOA1

02-18-2010 : NOA2

NVC : 66 Days

02-24-2010 : Case Number Assigned

02-25-2010 : E-Mails Given to NVC Operator

02-26-2010 : DS-3032 Sent by E-Mail

03-02-2010 : Received DS-3032 and AOS Bill

03-02-2010 : DS-3032 Accepted

03-02-2010 : Pay AOS and IV Bill Online

03-04-2010 : AOS Shows PAID

03-08-2010 : IV Bill Shows PAID

03-09-2010 : AOS and Documents Sent

03-09-2010 : Receive IV Bill

03-19-2010 : DS-230 and Documents Sent

03-24-2010 : False RFE for DS-230; Confirmed AOS Reviewed and No Missing Information Found

04-02-2010 : Sign-In Failed. Thank you, Lord!

04-05-2010 : Case Completed at NVC

04-15-2010 : Majorly Unhappy with NVC

04-30-2010 : Interview Date Assigned

Embassy :

05-06-2010 : Medical Exam

06-08-2010 : Interview Date -- Approved! Experience and Review

06-18-2010 : Visa Received

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Argentina
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I'm not sure for Argentina. I know that's the official list, but I also know that each vaccination has guidelines for who gets it when. Like... if you're over or under a certain age or are in a high-risk group. When you schedule, you can ask which vaccinations he can expect to receive or which ones he should be sure to have before the exam. Sorry.

Yeah, I found this list and then found another that looks like a bar graph including ages, etc.

Thanks so much for your help Bears!

Good luck!

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