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Hi all, just looking to see if the is some info out there with regards to the scheduling of Fiance medical, such as when can it be scheduled. I understand that immunizations are a big part of it, wondering what else. Also with regards to shots what if any shots that might have been given are counted, and what kind of documentation does she need to provide with regards to any she might have already had? One of her local Docs told her she can get a Hepa screening, i am wondering why when that shot is one of the onces given at the medical. Anyway kind of broad questions, but any help as always would be appriciated Thanks.

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Hi all, just looking to see if the is some info out there with regards to the scheduling of Fiance medical, such as when can it be scheduled.

Complete the medical as soon as you have your NOA2 from the USCIS and your MNL case number from the NVC.

I understand that immunizations are a big part of it, wondering what else. Also with regards to shots what if any shots that might have been given are counted, and what kind of documentation does she need to provide with regards to any she might have already had?

The immunizations will be given on an age-appropriate basis. Chinook had two or three. The chest x-ray is a much bigger issue. If they find any irregularities on the x-ray, the beneficiary will be required to undergo a three-day sputum collection and a two-month TB culture.

One of her local Docs told her she can get a Hepa screening, i am wondering why when that shot is one of the ones given at the medical. Anyway kind of broad questions, but any help as always would be appriciated Thanks.

She won't get a Hepatitis A shot at her St. Lukes medical. If she wants to get that done, she'll need to do it privately.

Read this from the U.S. Embassy: my link.


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Hi all, just looking to see if the is some info out there with regards to the scheduling of Fiance medical, such as when can it be scheduled. I understand that immunizations are a big part of it, wondering what else. Also with regards to shots what if any shots that might have been given are counted, and what kind of documentation does she need to provide with regards to any she might have already had? One of her local Docs told her she can get a Hepa screening, i am wondering why when that shot is one of the onces given at the medical. Anyway kind of broad questions, but any help as always would be appriciated Thanks.

If she is afraid of being stuck like a pin cushion then seek proof of vaccination. It won't (hurt just to make sure of proper vaccination). It is included in the cost of the medical, so why not just get it done?


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