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Hi guys, I'm back again :) I'm already here in the States for almost 15 days now and I have a question regarding the medical thingy. I'm supposed to receive my another shot of varicella vaccine this February. Can I do this on March instead? my fiancee is stuck at work till the end of February that's why I'm asking what are the consequences if we postponed that thing for a while? and what will be our first step? I don't know where to start for my medical here in the States. Pls help me. Thank you very much Vj!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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Hi guys, I'm back again :) I'm already here in the States for almost 15 days now and I have a question regarding the medical thingy. I'm supposed to receive my another shot of varicella vaccine this February. Can I do this on March instead? my fiancee is stuck at work till the end of February that's why I'm asking what are the consequences if we postponed that thing for a while? and what will be our first step? I don't know where to start for my medical here in the States. Pls help me. Thank you very much Vj!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

welcome to US :) i dont think you'll have a problem if your goin to have yournext shot of varicella vaccine by March

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thank you :) I'm enjoying the cold weather here in Seattle. Anyone knows where to begin the follow up medical here in the States? someone says that I need to go to their Health Department? I would like to know what did you do guys when you had that.

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here are all the civil surgeons for the washington state area:

https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=offices.summary&OfficeLocator.office_type=CIV&OfficeLocator.statecode=WA

As far as your immunization...I dont think it will be an issue...normally they just need a minimum time between shots. So you never had chickenpox as a child?


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I had chicken pox before but there where no trace of scars. I guess this was an issue with St. Lukes that's why they gave me another shot. Is it true that we need to go see the health department first and wait for a letter from them before we can do anything?

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