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I'd assume its the same over there as here in the UK, over here any shots are an additional cost.


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On the day of the examination, if the doctor determines my fianceé needs shots, are they included in the cost of the examination, or do they charge extra?

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Its already included to the cost that you already paid


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Its already included to the cost that you already paid

Like the previous poster stated, all shots are covered in the Saint Lukes Medical Exam fee. Make sure you ask for every available shot that can be given. Don't forget to have your fiancee to get the DS-3025 (Shot Record) to bring with her when she comes to the U.S> It is helpful in getting any remaining immunizations that were not available and useful for the AOS paperwork that an Embassy approved Civil Surgeon needs to fill out. Also so you know, you don't need a Civil Surgeon to do the exam over, since the Saint Lukes Medical Exam is good for a year. Some Civil Surgeons will tell you they need to do it before signing any paperwork. Tell them no, the exam has already been done and they need to sign the paperwork for the immunizations section only. If they give you a hard time, then call around and find ones who understands your needs. The cost is usually around $50.00. I added the extra information so you would be aware when the time comes for the AOS paperwork. Take cae.

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On the day of the examination, if the doctor determines my fianceé needs shots, are they included in the cost of the examination, or do they charge extra?

Thanks!

Yes included in the fee, and if things are going good the day of the medical she will get the shots the same day and not need to come back the 2nd day.

They did not give my fiancee one of the needed shots, told her she will need to get it in the States, not sure why.

They were brutal when taking blood, her arm was all bruised for over a week from that.


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