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Vaccinations for AOS

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As far as the vaccines go, when he went to the medical, they said he didn't need them until he adjusted status... but it will be so expensive to get them in USA.. Anyone have any idea on prices for MMR, Varicella and TDAP? I just want to know if he can get the immunizations in Pakistan from a regular physician, or does he have to go back to the same Panel Doctor that he went to for the medical? Anyone know anything about this? thanks.

~Tara


Zaheer - 25 ; Tara - 26 ;

Married - 01/25/09; Stevie Zainab Ahmed - born 03-18-2010

OUR TIMELINE

03-18-2009 ----- Sent I-130 to USA

03-23-2009 ----- Father sent I-130 to USCIS

03-25-2009 ----- USCIS Received I-130

04-02-2009 ----- Money Order Cashed

04-13-2009 ----- NOA1 Received

04-27-2009 ----- USCIS Received I-129F packet

05-12-2009 ----- NOA1 for I-129F received

08-28-2009 ----- Approval Notices for I-130 and I-129F

09-15-2009 ----- Received Packet 3.5 from NVC

09-26-2009 ----- Sent Packet 3.5 to Embassy

09-30-2009 ----- Interview Appt Letter Received

10-13-2009 ----- Medical Exam @ 2:30pm in Lahore

10-26-2009 ----- Interview Scheduled

10-26-2009 ----- Embassy Closed, reschedule

11-02-2009 ----- Rescheduled Interview - Passed; AP

11-02-2009 ----- Administrative Processing Begins..........

04-23-2010 ----- AP Finished

04-24-2010 ----- Visa Arrives via SpeedEx

05-06-2010 ----- US Entry (Insha'Allah) JFK Airport POE

05-07-2010 ----- Flight from NY to West Palm Beach, FL

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As far as the vaccines go, when he went to the medical, they said he didn't need them until he adjusted status... but it will be so expensive to get them in USA.. Anyone have any idea on prices for MMR, Varicella and TDAP? I just want to know if he can get the immunizations in Pakistan from a regular physician, or does he have to go back to the same Panel Doctor that he went to for the medical? Anyone know anything about this? thanks.

~Tara

As long as the vaccines are properly documented. There is no restriction that they can can only administered by certain doctors.


YMMV

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