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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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i would like to know about vaccines and when they are required.....my relyn and son do not have any records of vaccines they have had........will this be requirement of them at medical evaluation? or are the shots required after entering the u.s.a. ? i know son will have to have before he can do school here is the u.s. thanks for any assistance on this.

patrick


4 september 2005.....relyn and patrick chat on filipina heart for first time

19 december 2005....patrick flies to meet relyn and m'r (son) for first time

24 decemeber 2005.....we are ENGAGED!

25 december 2005....we fly to boracay. patrick and relyn exchange wedding rings on plane....lol but true

3 january 2006....we meet with attorney to discuss annulment of relyn marriage.

(husband absent for 6 years)

20 august 2006.......patrick returns to philippines

21 august 2006......patrick birthday

28 august 2006......we travel to baguio city till september 5

4 september2006....we celebrate in bagiou our 1st year anniversary of knowing each other.

10 september2006.....patrick back in u.s

19 april 2007....back together for another trip

21 april 2007....we travel to province relyn and family are from for a chance for me to meet extended

family. we are there for more than a week.

7 may 2007....return to the u.s.a.

JULY 2007.....annulment sent to judge desk awaiting decision

OCTOBER 2007.........JUDGE GRANTS ANNULMENT......YIPPEE GETTING CLOSE TO FILING I129F

31 december 2007 I29f sent via US postal priority mail

4 January 2008 NOA1

6 MAY 2008 NOA2 (GUESS THE TOUCH WAS A REALLY GOOD TOUCH)

10 MAY 2008 RECEIVE HARD COPY I-797 NOA2 IN SNAIL MAIL

22-23 may 2008-early medical(passed)

22-27 may 2008-son's medical....very long bcoz of tuberculin test

20 june 2008-my patrick visit me again for 4time

23 june 2008-interview u.s.embassy

27 june 2008-got my visa yipeee so quick!

2 july 2008- fly in tacoma wa, with my patrick and son

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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The doctor appointed by the embassy/consulate will instruct your fiancee as to what vaccines will be required according to her age and her child's. If they don't have their records, the doctor will probably ask them for blood tests to prove they either have had the diseases or have taken the vaccines.


I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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The doctor appointed by the embassy/consulate will instruct your fiancee as to what vaccines will be required according to her age and her child's. If they don't have their records, the doctor will probably ask them for blood tests to prove they either have had the diseases or have taken the vaccines.

Also, you can post this question to the Manila thread: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...view=getnewpost - they'll be able to help you and will have more details on how this works in Phils.


I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

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patrick,

Vaccinations are not required for non-immigrant visas by the INA. They are required for adjustment of status, and it may be less expensive to have them before coming to the USA.

I don't know if a consulate or consular officer has the discretionary power to require the vaccinations for a K visa even though the INA does not.

Yodrak

i would like to know about vaccines and when they are required.....my relyn and son do not have any records of vaccines they have had........will this be requirement of them at medical evaluation? or are the shots required after entering the u.s.a. ? i know son will have to have before he can do school here is the u.s. thanks for any assistance on this.

patrick

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