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Here's another exciting vaccination waiver, basically i just have 2 simple questions, of which i have seen some vague and contradictory information around the interwebs.

1. Will i need to include an additional $585 for the I-601 if filed concurrently with the I-485?

2. Do i still need to prove extreme hardship? I was under the impression that i do, but since this waiver is for an already hardly-disqualifying area of the INA, i'm not sure about this bit.

Thanks in advance!

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Why the waiver??

I would simply get the age appropriate vaccinations, and have the I-693 done by a US Civil Surgeon.

What is required: http://www.cdc.gov/immigrantrefugeehealth/exams/ti/panel/vaccination-panel-technical-instructions.html#tbl1

1) Yes you would pay a fee for I-601, only I-765, and I-131 have fees waived when filed concurrently with I-485.

2) Typically I-601 requires proof of extreme hardship.


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Here's another exciting vaccination waiver, basically i just have 2 simple questions, of which i have seen some vague and contradictory information around the interwebs.

1. Will i need to include an additional $585 for the I-601 if filed concurrently with the I-485?

2. Do i still need to prove extreme hardship? I was under the impression that i do, but since this waiver is for an already hardly-disqualifying area of the INA, i'm not sure about this bit.

Thanks in advance!

Give us a little more info. What vaccine? Not sure there is a waiver for the fee's, but I would be suprized if you have to prove extreme hardship on a vaccine waiver. Think there is some interaction with CDC on this. Will do some more research on this.. there must be a better answer

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Give us a little more info. What vaccine? Not sure there is a waiver for the fee's, but I would be suprized if you have to prove extreme hardship on a vaccine waiver. Think there is some interaction with CDC on this. Will do some more research on this.. there must be a better answer

Thanks, specifically Tdap, mmr, and varicella. It is the second check box on the first page of the I-601.

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Thanks, specifically Tdap, mmr, and varicella. It is the second check box on the first page of the I-601.

You can always get tested for imunity to these diseases, is called a titer test, the US Civil surgeon will accept this in place of vaccinations.

Also USCIS can simply hold approval of AOS pending I-693 record.

My wife simply got re-vacinated in Guangzhou after her K1 interview and got a yellow book which wh had transferred to an I-693:


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