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Hey there,

I was reading some posts on this whole vaccination supplement we have to submit with our AOS application. I was confused on what an I-693 and a DS3025 were so I looked at the forms on here. I have a form that looks exactly like the DS3025 but doesn't state anywhere on my sheet that this is what it is, nor do I know if it's suppose to. Also, the Title on the one on VJ says, "Vaccination Document Worksheet" and under "for use with DS-2053" whereas mine says "Vaccination Documentation Medical Worksheet Two" then "For use with main medical form".

I don't know if I am just being nitpicky and everywhere has something different stated on the supplement, but I just want to make sure this is the same form. Everything else is the same on it. Do I just submit this with my AOS or do I have to take this to a doctor out here in the USA and get another supplement? Kinda confused.

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Perhaps if I just ask this- Is the Vaccination Worksheet I got from the civil surgeon in Canada for my K1 medical, what i submit with my AOS?

No. You must bring the worksheet you got in Canada to your local civil surgeon. He will fill out the appropriate form called a "supplemental". You must submit the supplemental with your AOS.

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Claudeth had a form from St. Lukes (don't remember the number but might have been the DS3025). The civil surgeon that did the supplement made a copy of the St. Luke form and included it in the supplemental that we got back in the sealed envelope. I don't remember any more what the cost was, I think we paid either $35 or $45 for having the surgeon fill out the form. I suggest you call around to several civil surgeons, you will most likely get a wide range of charges to do the supplemental.

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You will need to bring the Vaccination Worksheet (from medical abroad) to a civil surgeon here in the US, where they will transfer this info onto what is called a Vaccination Supplemental form.

In saying that, some people have sent off the Worksheet and have not received an RFE

Check out HERE for some info.

Make sure the Civil Surgeon is clear that you do not need another medical, only the Supplemental form. Call around for the best price also. :)

Plus, when you get this form...make sure to request a copy!


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