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Hello everybody! We waited until the last minute to do this part of the AOS... We're getting married on Monday, her visa expires on the 25th of June, and somewhere in there we have to mail out the AOS! A couple of questions about the civl surgeon/ immunizations:

1. My fiancee has her immunization record from El Salvador... will she need to get it translated into English before we go to the civil surgeon, or can we just tell him what it says?

2. She had the mumps when she was a kid... and never got the mumps vaccine. Will she still need to get a mumps vaccine?

3. NYC area people... any updates on inexpensive civil surgeons?

Thanks!

Mike

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from the NY list of the Civil Surgeons I contacted I didn't find anyone cheap..they charged the same rate...spent $225 with tetanus vaccine and the TB skin test +75 for X-ray if needed. They asked if I had chicken pox and I said yes..they asked if it was recent or not..and it wasn't because I had it in grade school...I think they will know which vaccines you got from the blood test..the doctor's assistant told me that if necessary they will give me the vaccines that needed to be given...otherwise, I'll be fine..I had no problem


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Hello everybody! We waited until the last minute to do this part of the AOS... We're getting married on Monday, her visa expires on the 25th of June, and somewhere in there we have to mail out the AOS! A couple of questions about the civl surgeon/ immunizations:

1. My fiancee has her immunization record from El Salvador... will she need to get it translated into English before we go to the civil surgeon, or can we just tell him what it says?

Mike

Do you have the form the doctor completed in English--it is the vaccination supplement. You wouldn't need a translation if you have that.


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Do you have the form the doctor completed in English--it is the vaccination supplement. You wouldn't need a translation if you have that.

For some reason this vaccine supplement doesn't seem to exist, nor does the form that most people seem to have gotten (3035). All I have is the vaccination card from her physician in El Salvador, in Spanish... they refused to give her vaccinations in ES and said that she had to get them here as the K visa is a non-immigrant visa.

So... Can I just take the document that I do have to a civil surgeon for him to transcribe, or do I need to have that legally translated?

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For some reason this vaccine supplement doesn't seem to exist, nor does the form that most people seem to have gotten (3035). All I have is the vaccination card from her physician in El Salvador, in Spanish... they refused to give her vaccinations in ES and said that she had to get them here as the K visa is a non-immigrant visa.

So... Can I just take the document that I do have to a civil surgeon for him to transcribe, or do I need to have that legally translated?

needs be translated by someone who is competent in BOTH languages and signs a statement as such...


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For some reason this vaccine supplement doesn't seem to exist, nor does the form that most people seem to have gotten (3035). All I have is the vaccination card from her physician in El Salvador, in Spanish... they refused to give her vaccinations in ES and said that she had to get them here as the K visa is a non-immigrant visa.

So... Can I just take the document that I do have to a civil surgeon for him to transcribe, or do I need to have that legally translated?

Wow! Sorry to hear that...what a pain. My husband had to specifically ask the doctor in Brasil for a copy of his vaccination supplement. I think the original was in the brown envelope. If there is any way of contacting the doctor in El Salvador to see if they kept a copy, that might work. Otherwise get it translated along with a signed statement that says the translator is fluent in both languages and certifies the translation. If you need a copy of that statement, I think I still have it from when I translated my husband's birth certificate. Also, I would contact the CS to be sure that they will accept her vaccination card along with the translation in order to do the transcription. I imagine that they will, but it won't hurt to check. By the way, I did not get a legal translation..just did it myself as I am fluent in Portuguese.


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