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Reprint from another thread:

On the bottom of the vaccination chart on I-693, it says "Results:" and there are 4 check boxes. Each box corresponds to the following:

1. Applicant may be eligible for blanket waiver(s) as indicated above.

2. Applicant will request an individual waiver based on religious or moral convictions.

3. Vaccine history complete for each vaccine, all requirements met.

4. Applicant does not meet immunization requirements.

Before the CS sealed the I-693 in an envelope, I presume the CS gave you a copy of the vaccination chart. Which box was yours checked??


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Mine had the 3rd one ticked.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Slovenia
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Mine didn't check anything (at least it is not checked on the copy they gave me), I hope I don't get RFE for that. The reason they didn't check anything, I think, is because they tried to convince me that Hep B vaccine is required even though it is not, so I didn't take it. They wrote "patient refused Hep B vaccine" which I was fine with because I wasn't required to have it anyway. I hope the adjudicator will see that I had all the necessary shots and that nothing ticked won't be a problem. :unsure:


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unless everyone has EVERY SINGLE SHOT on the entire form then it's supposed to be #1 but some panel physicians stuff up and tick #3. Their guidelines state that #1 is usually the one ticked because no-one has every shot.

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unless everyone has EVERY SINGLE SHOT on the entire form then it's supposed to be #1 but some panel physicians stuff up and tick #3. Their guidelines state that #1 is usually the one ticked because no-one has every shot.

I did not have have every single shot and #3 was checked on mine. Do you think that would be cause for a RFE?

Mine had the 3rd one ticked.

Your signature says you had a RFE for medical. Exactly what did your RFE letter say?


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01 May 2013 - Received ROC reminder letter

22 Jul 2013 - Mailed I-751 via USPS Priority Mail

24 Jul 2013 - NOA1 date

27 Jul 2013 - Received NOA1

03 Aug 2013 - Received Biometrics letter

20 Aug 2013 - Biometrics appointment

19 Sep 2013 - Approved

24 Sep 2013 - Received NOA2

09 Oct 2013 - Received GC

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I did not have have every single shot and #3 was checked on mine. Do you think that would be cause for a RFE?

Not necessarily. if you DO hve all the required shots they will most likely ignore it. I know someone who had the same and got their GC VERY quickly and without interview so don't worry.

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