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ARE VACCINATIONS GIVEN AT JUAREZ FOR K1 VISA??

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THIS IS QUESTION IS MAINLY FOR K1 VISA APPLICANTS WHO HAVE HAD EXPERIENCE AT EITHER CLINIC IN CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO. HAS ANY K1 FIANCE VISA APPLICANT GOTTEN SHOTS AT THE JUAREZ MEDICAL?? I READ THEY ARE NOT REQUIRED UNTIL SHES READY FOR AOS???

ALGUIEN QUE HA SOMETIDO PETICION PARA UNA VISA K1 (PROMETIDA)HA TENIDO QUE RECIBIR VACUNAS EN EL EXAMEN MEDICO ANTES DE ENTRAR POR PRIMERA VEZ A EEUU?? HE LEIDO QUE NO MAS SE LES APLICAN VACUNAS AL MOMENTO QUE AJUSTAN PARA LA RESIDENCIA

-EDGAR

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thanks i read posts some people said they got them some people didnt. wish us luck man our interview is 7/7/11 any helpful tips, advice i can give to her??

Good luck!

Hmm, tell her just to try and not be TOO nervous. I know, easier said than done, but I am sure she will be fine. Just follow all the instructions she is given by the people there, and answer all the questions they ask her honestly.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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K-1s dont need vaccines at CDJ or beforehand, but its good to get them done in Mexico before you come to US b/c it is much cheaper & u will need them later on. That way you just bring the medical records w/ you and have them transcribed for $50.

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do you know specifically which vaccines they will need? My fiance has no medical records .. although he has had vaccines. So we'll need to start from scratch. We'd love to get them done in Mexico beforehand because it's going to be more expensive if we wait until we're in the states.

The problem is we have no idea which vaccines he should get!

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K-1s dont need vaccines at CDJ or beforehand, but its good to get them done in Mexico before you come to US b/c it is much cheaper & u will need them later on. That way you just bring the medical records w/ you and have them transcribed for $50.

hey Matt, do u know if we just need to bring our (mexican) 'cartilla de salud'???? that's where the doctor, nurse or hospital just write and stamp the date that u got the vaccines. This is something official in Mexico, I have no idea if it's valid in the USA though. Did your fiancee use this or what did she use?


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Filed I-129: Dec 3rd 2010
Interview: July 6th 2011 APPROVED!


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AOS Approved: Feb 9th - without sending RFE
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do you know specifically which vaccines they will need? My fiance has no medical records .. although he has had vaccines. So we'll need to start from scratch. We'd love to get them done in Mexico beforehand because it's going to be more expensive if we wait until we're in the states.

The problem is we have no idea which vaccines he should get!

Tell him to go to the IMSS, ISSSTE or any goverment clinic and he can get them for free. I actually got 4 shots today, I am sore!!!!!!! :( but I am getting as many as I can.

He needs to go soon because there are some vaccines that u need a second dose after a month or so.

give him this list (sorry is in spanish!)

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis B

Influenza/Gripa

Influenza/Gripa tipo B

Sarampión

Meningitis

Paperas

(anti)neumocóccica

Pertussis (acelular)

Polio

Rotavirus

Rubeola

Tétano

Difteria

Varicela

I.E. if he got chicken pox as a child, he does not need to get the vaccine as he is already immune.

Edited by paojack

K1 visa
Filed I-129: Dec 3rd 2010
Interview: July 6th 2011 APPROVED!


AOS
Filed: Oct 4th 2011
AOS Interview: Feb 7th 2012 - RFE sad.png
AOS Approved: Feb 9th - without sending RFE
Green Card received: Feb 17th smile.png

ROC

Filed: Nov 13th 2013

Approved: March 13th 2014

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We just went a few days ago to get the shots here in the US because my husband had no records and they gave him MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) and Tetanus and asked if he had chicken pox as a kid (which he did otherwise they would have given the viracela). That was all that was required.


I-129F

NOA1- August 23,2010

NOA2- January 24, 2011 (NOA1-NOA2: 154 days)

NVC Receive- January 31, 2011

NVC Sent- February 1, 2011

Consulate Receive- February 3, 2011

Consulate Sent Packet 3- March 10, 2011 (CDJ Receive-Packet 3 sent: 35 days)

Receive Packet 3 in U.S.- March 21, 2011

ASC Appointment- March 23, 2011

Interview- March 24, 2011

Crossed into the U.S.- April 7, 2011

A.O.S.

I-485 in the mail- June 14, 2011

I-485 received at Chicago Lockbox- June 16, 2011

NOA1- June 17, 2011

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