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So i'm canadian, married to an american citizen, haven't yet started the whole cr1 process. But I will be seeing an attorney for it in july to file the 1-30 gathering most the documents together now. I have been wondering about the medical stuff.

Required Vaccinations

1.Mumps;

2.Measles;

3.Rubella;

4.Polio;

5.Tetanus and diphtheria toxoids

6.Pertussis;

7.Influenza type B;

8.Hepatitis type B;

9.Varicella; and

10.Pneumoccocal.

I have been wondering do I really have to get all those shots? saw that list and i'm fairly certain that most the shots have given out as a child you would only need to get them done once. I'm sure I will have to get the hep b and the tetanus, but I find this whole process confusing as hell..

has anyone from canada who married an american got all of those done?

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Well, not Canadian but my brother in-law is immigrating there next year if that counts.

I would check your medical records.

You should have had most of those vaccines all ready. Might need another tetnus if greater than 10 years since last one.

Hep B. would probably be one you need unless you work in profession at risk. Influenza B is a yearly thing. Pneumococcal vaccine is not required for everyone unless Immigration just being paranoid. Most commonly given in adults to people with chronic diseases or over age 65.


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So i'm canadian, married to an american citizen, haven't yet started the whole cr1 process. But I will be seeing an attorney for it in july to file the 1-30 gathering most the documents together now. I have been wondering about the medical stuff.

Required Vaccinations

1.Mumps;

2.Measles;

3.Rubella;

4.Polio;

5.Tetanus and diphtheria toxoids

6.Pertussis;

7.Influenza type B;

8.Hepatitis type B;

9.Varicella; and

10.Pneumoccocal.

I have been wondering do I really have to get all those shots? saw that list and i'm fairly certain that most the shots have given out as a child you would only need to get them done once. I'm sure I will have to get the hep b and the tetanus, but I find this whole process confusing as hell..

has anyone from canada who married an american got all of those done?

I had all of them done in the past for travelling and stuff, except the T-Dap (the one that includes Pertussis). I just got that done the other day at the travel clinic. For some reason there was no record of me ever having my Hep B (even though I know for sure I had it done in my teens) so I had to get a test to see if I had the antibodies, which I did.

Bottom line, yes. You do have to get all of these shots, or if you've already gotten them, you need to prove that you've had them and that they are still "valid". Yes, it's a huge pain but so is this whole process... Good luck!

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You need to show you have already gotten the important ones, click on the link below and find your age group and figure out what ones you need and what ones you have

http://www.panelphysicians.com/Pages/Immunizations.htm

If you already have them, you'll need your immunization records or a titre test done.

Good luck.


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You need to show you have already gotten the important ones, click on the link below and find your age group and figure out what ones you need and what ones you have

http://www.panelphysicians.com/Pages/Immunizations.htm

If you already have them, you'll need your immunization records or a titre test done.

Good luck.

^^ Agree! The vaccinations are age specific so scan the link canadian_wife has provided and find those that are appropriate to you. Good luck!


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