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I had my medical last week.....got the results in today........it says the following:

Applicant maybe eligible for blanket waiver because vaccinations not medically appropriate

I'm missing my varicella vaccination! I honestly thought I had it!!! What should I do?! The rest is fine!! Can I go to my family doctor and get the needle and bring the proof to the interview!?!?!

HELP!!!!!

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i just realized varicella is the chicken pox vaccination...the reason I never had it was because I had the chicken pox REALLY bad as a kid and they said that'd be the only verbal thing they'd accept! So what should I do for the interview?! Bring pictures of me w/ the chicken pox?! Trust me they look bad LOL

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YOu dont do anything, its fine. You cant get the shot you already had chicken pox. The shot wont do anything for you, they only give you it as a child when you have NOT had the chicken pox. It is fine as is nothing at the interview will be said or done about it. I had chicken pox and have never had the shot. never once was i asked at the interview, never once was i asked at aos about it.


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YOu dont do anything, its fine. You cant get the shot you already had chicken pox. The shot wont do anything for you, they only give you it as a child when you have NOT had the chicken pox. It is fine as is nothing at the interview will be said or done about it. I had chicken pox and have never had the shot. never once was i asked at the interview, never once was i asked at aos about it.

K so why does it say "UH" beside varicella?! and why is it checked stating what it stated in the first post I made?! Does it still mean I passed the medical?

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K so why does it say "UH" beside varicella?! and why is it checked stating what it stated in the first post I made?! Does it still mean I passed the medical?

yes you passed, if you didnt pass they would not have given you anything and told you to see your GP to get things fixed before they gave you all your medical papers lol.

UH or VH means you have a history of that illness, generally is a marking to say you had chicken pox. The blanket waiver is always checked off if you didnt have the shot cus you had the pox or you didnt have the shot cus its not right for your age.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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yes you passed, if you didnt pass they would not have given you anything and told you to see your GP to get things fixed before they gave you all your medical papers lol.

UH or VH means you have a history of that illness, generally is a marking to say you had chicken pox. The blanket waiver is always checked off if you didnt have the shot cus you had the pox or you didnt have the shot cus its not right for your age.

Prefect! Thanks!

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Yep - not a problem - it means you don't have to get the vaccination because you had the illness instead and have immunity the natural way. I had a blanket waiver on mine as well. You passed and are good to go.


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Other options include: a verbal declaration of the year you got chicken pox....go to your doctor and ask for a requisition for titers...that means a blood test to show antibodies for varicella (chicken pox)...


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