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If she has had any major surgeries, she would retrieve that information from the hospital that provided her treatment.

If she was ever treated for tuberculosis, she needs to present proof that she was treated and for how long (she can also retrieve that from the doctor/hospital that treated her).

If she needs vaccination information and cannot get a hold of her former pediatrician, she doesn't have to worry. The clinic will determine what vaccines or booster shots she needs based on her age and gender. She just has to remember if she has ever had measles, german measles, mumps, hepatitis A or B, or chicken pox.

my fiance originally from the philippines now living in japan for the last 10 years....her mother died when she was young and was raised by an aunt who had a stroke...she has no idea where to get her medical records from...will this be a problem???

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On this subject, if someone had Chicken Pox but never went to the doctors for it. Will the clinic take your word for it?

AHhh maybe but best to have a test done to see what inoculations were done and what you had as a child. I had no proof that I had had the measles but had to go to my local doctor and have a blood test done for immunities and what immunizations I had had before I could have my medical done for visa.

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