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Hello everyone,

Is anyone here knows a Civil Surgeon from Southern California who charge less for vaccination supplement I-693A?Please endorse me with that kind of Doctors..All I need is to transfer the form since I already completed my Vaccination and I have the copy with me..Thank you.

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Hi! I am from North Hollywood, California, and I went to Sherman Way and completed my I-693A. There you can see a Vietnamese civil surgeon. I paid a total of $170 for TD vaccine(anti-tetanus shot because it's not available in the Philippines- and it is required) and blood test for HIV and syhpillis tests. :yes:

I gave him the vaccination worksheet from St. Lukes Clinic and Xray film, and he transferred information to the I-693A form. :thumbs: It took 3 business days to complete the tests(HIV and syphillis).

Where in SoCal do you live? :whistle:


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Hi! I am from North Hollywood, California, and I went to Sherman Way and completed my I-693A. There you can see a Vietnamese civil surgeon. I paid a total of $170 for TD vaccine(anti-tetanus shot because it's not available in the Philippines- and it is required) and blood test for HIV and syhpillis tests. :yes:

I gave him the vaccination worksheet from St. Lukes Clinic and Xray film, and he transferred information to the I-693A form. :thumbs: It took 3 business days to complete the tests(HIV and syphillis).

Where in SoCal do you live? :whistle:

Hello,

Paramount,CA..I think the blood test for HIV & Syphilis is already done in St.Luke..What i need is the TD vaccinne..By the way,how many shots you get with the MMR?Thank You.

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Hi;

I'm from north california, so I cant help with a civil surgeon, but I will tell you this: SHOP AROUND

I too only needed the I-693A, looked up the list of civil surgeons for my area on USCIS, and called them one by one. I was surprised at the difference in prices. From a high of 400$ to a low 35$. :P

Good luck :thumbs:


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Hi;

I'm from north california, so I cant help with a civil surgeon, but I will tell you this: SHOP AROUND

I too only needed the I-693A, looked up the list of civil surgeons for my area on USCIS, and called them one by one. I was surprised at the difference in prices. From a high of 400$ to a low 35$. :P

Good luck :thumbs:

Wow..What a nice deal!May i know the surgeon who charged $35?I may going a ride for that place...Thank you.

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My wife had her vaccination supplement completed by a doctor in Santa Ana. He charged $20 for transferring records to I-693A and $60 for a shot that he said my wife needed. His name is Dr Lohiya in Santa Ana, CA. If you need look him up in the list.


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Hi;

I'm from north california, so I cant help with a civil surgeon, but I will tell you this: SHOP AROUND

I too only needed the I-693A, looked up the list of civil surgeons for my area on USCIS, and called them one by one. I was surprised at the difference in prices. From a high of 400$ to a low 35$. :P

Good luck :thumbs:

Wow..What a nice deal!May i know the surgeon who charged $35?I may going a ride for that place...Thank you.

Dr. George M. Martinez

2844 Summit Street, Suite 108

Oakland, CA 94609

Tel: (510)763-3005

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We went to a CS in Santa Ana and between the tetanus shot and filling out the form I believe they charged me $110. I suggest you find as many CS around your area as possible and call around because the cost difference can be a lot.


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I just had my wife finish her Medical. Go to the USCIS website and find a Civil Surgeon in your area. We went to a Industrial Medical Clinic (basic work physicals) and paid 100.00 for the exam and 50.00 for chest X-Rays for a total of $150.00. I think if you can get to an Industrial Medical Clinic it should be less expensive. We had to wait 3 days for the blood work to finish and have the TB test read. We also got the Supplemental Work Sheet finished. This clinic had all the forms, but it will not hurt you if you printed off all of the forms you need and bring them with you. I just felt better bringing my own, but I didn't need them.

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We went to a CS in Santa Ana and between the tetanus shot and filling out the form I believe they charged me $110. I suggest you find as many CS around your area as possible and call around because the cost difference can be a lot.

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We are looking up the same info.

I did a seach by zip code on the USCIS search and they came up with four DR's. then I called them and found one we could work with. $80 for the Physical and $30 for the lab work.


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