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We're trying to get everything down so that when our approval comes, we'll be ready to go. Can anyone post a link on what vaccinations my honey needs so he can give his GP and be up to date? He, like most men, cant remember the last time he took a shot so we have to start afresh and we want to make sure we have everything ready before the medical exams.

Thanks


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It varies from country to country. Best you can do is to either check your embassys web page for info or contact one of the doctors that the embassy recomends. They should be able to help you


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We're trying to get everything down so that when our approval comes, we'll be ready to go. Can anyone post a link on what vaccinations my honey needs so he can give his GP and be up to date? He, like most men, cant remember the last time he took a shot so we have to start afresh and we want to make sure we have everything ready before the medical exams.

Thanks

Hi,

I haven't been for the medical yet, but from what I can gather, he will need MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) and Tetanus. I went to see the nurse at my doctors surgery and she did a screen print from the computer of all my vacinations. The tetanus needs to be in the last 10 years, my last on this record was 16 years ago, but I had one in Spain 5 years ago. Just trying to get the record from Spain now.

A person on here posted what happened at there medical in London and he didn't bring a record of his vacinations to the medical. They gave him the MMR and tetanus jabs (£25 and £35) there.

From other posts on this website, I gather the rest of them can be done later on (I think you need them for the green card) in America. However a lot of people have said it's cheaper to get them done over here. Certainly when I asked the nurse she said I would have to pay and go private to have some of the shots. Except for the Hep B, if I had that it was free and they do it combined with Hep A so I would get that for free too.

Hope this helps! If anyone else has more details or if I'm not quite right let me know! :)


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It varies from country to country.

Nope. USCIS requires the same list for every immigrant. Some shots can be waived.

he will need MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) and Tetanus.

Close but it's not just Tetanus, it's diptheria/tetanus/pertussis (Tdap) or a Td if you have a record of a pertussis immunization.

We're trying to get everything down so that when our approval comes, we'll be ready to go. Can anyone post a link on what vaccinations my honey needs so he can give his GP and be up to date? He, like most men, cant remember the last time he took a shot so we have to start afresh and we want to make sure we have everything ready before the medical exams.

Thanks

There's a pinned thread at the top of this UK forum that will answer your question and many more http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/350185-london-2012-k1s-from-noa2-to-interview-thread/


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Great. MMr, Tdap/Td, Tetanus it is. I'm sure he can get them from his GP.

Thanks Guys!


Feb 3, 2012 - I129F sent
Feb 6, 2012 - NoA1 Received
August 22, 2012 - NoA2 ( 198 days!!!!!)
Sept 6, 2012 - NVC Received Case
Sept 10, 2012 - London Received Case
Sept 15, 2012 - Packet 3 Received
Sept 20, 2012 - Medical
Oct 5, 2012 - All forms sent to the embassy
Nov 5, 2012 - Interview
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Great. MMr, Tdap/Td, Tetanus it is. I'm sure he can get them from his GP.

Thanks Guys!

Tetanus is the T in a Tdap/Td shot. The shots are explained more in the first post in that link I gave you.


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AOS Timeline 5 months, 14 days 10-9-08 to 3-23-09 No interview

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Citizenship Timeline 3 months, 26 days 12-31-11 Dallas to 4-26-12 Interview Houston

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Tetanus is the T in a Tdap/Td shot. The shots are explained more in the first post in that link I gave you.

Gotcha!


Feb 3, 2012 - I129F sent
Feb 6, 2012 - NoA1 Received
August 22, 2012 - NoA2 ( 198 days!!!!!)
Sept 6, 2012 - NVC Received Case
Sept 10, 2012 - London Received Case
Sept 15, 2012 - Packet 3 Received
Sept 20, 2012 - Medical
Oct 5, 2012 - All forms sent to the embassy
Nov 5, 2012 - Interview
Nov 5, 2012 - Administrative Processing crying.gifcrying.gifcrying.gifranting33va.gifcray5ol.gif

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out of interest as i am near this point how would you go about booking them?

just call your local Dr??


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02/09/12 I-129F Sent
02/15/12 NOA1 Received
06/29/12 NOA2 - APPROVED (135 days No RFE's)
07/26/12 UK Medical
07/28/12 Packet 3 received
07/31/12 Visa Fee paid & Packet 3 Sent. (with DS-2001)
08/21/12 Packet 4 received
09/07/12 K1 Interview - APPROVED (205 days No RFE's)
09/13/12 Passport/Visa & Package Received
12/10/12 P.O.E in Las Vegas, NV
12/12/12 Got Marriage License
12/14/12 MARRIED


AOS

12/27/12 Applied for SSC
12/28/12 Received Marriage Certificate
12/28/12 Recieved Marriage Certificate
01/02/13 Received SSC
01/07/13 AOS Sent
01/10/13 NOA Received
02/07/13 Biometrics
03/11/13 EAD & AP Approved (63 days)
03/14/13 EAD & AP card received
03/27/13 AOS Interview - *Error with Medical Certificate*

05/23/13 US Medical

05/29/13 New Medical Certificate Sent

06/07/13 AOS Approved

06/12/13 Green Card Arrived

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out of interest as i am near this point how would you go about booking them?

just call your local Dr??

Yup just go to your doctors surgery but you don't need an appointment to see your actual GP, just the practice Nurse.


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10 Jan 2012: I-129F package sent

14 June 2012: NOA2

11 July 2012: Medical

30 July 2012: Interview at London Embassy (Approved!)

13 Aug 2012: Visa Received

1 Sept 2012: POE (Atlanta)

15 Sept 2012: Wedding in New Orleans

AOS

16 Nov 2012: NOA Receipt Date

20 Dec 2012: Biometrics Appointment

16 Jan 2013: EAD & AP approved

25 Jan 2013: EAD & AP Card received

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Hi,

I haven't been for the medical yet, but from what I can gather, he will need MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) and Tetanus. I went to see the nurse at my doctors surgery and she did a screen print from the computer of all my vacinations. The tetanus needs to be in the last 10 years, my last on this record was 16 years ago, but I had one in Spain 5 years ago. Just trying to get the record from Spain now.

A person on here posted what happened at there medical in London and he didn't bring a record of his vacinations to the medical. They gave him the MMR and tetanus jabs (£25 and £35) there.

From other posts on this website, I gather the rest of them can be done later on (I think you need them for the green card) in America. However a lot of people have said it's cheaper to get them done over here. Certainly when I asked the nurse she said I would have to pay and go private to have some of the shots. Except for the Hep B, if I had that it was free and they do it combined with Hep A so I would get that for free too.

Hope this helps! If anyone else has more details or if I'm not quite right let me know! :)

Hi,

I read someone else's post yesterday and they strongly advised getting ALL the shots done in England, but BEFORE YOUR MEDICAL. I think the doctor at the medical writes them all down and then you can use this to get your AOS in America. I have made an appointment with the nurse on monday to get it sorted. I will have to pay for them, but it will be nowhere near the cost of having them done in America.


Timeline:

Dec 31st 2011- I-129F sent
August 2nd 2012- INTERVIEW- APPROVED
August 10th 2012- Visas received
August 21st 2012- P.O.E Boston!

September 11th 2012- Applied for SSN.
September 16th 2012- MARRIED!!!
September 17th 2012- Received SSN.
October 26th 2012- Sent off AOS forms.

January 16th 2013- EAD and AP card issued.
January 26th 2013- Card received in mail.

May 29th 2013- Service request, as outside of processing times.

June 25th 2013- Green card/EAD stamp received in passport. Green card production ordered!

July 5th 2013- Green card arrives :)

August 22nd 2014- Daughter Born!

April 17th 2015- I-751 Sent.

April 20th 2015- NOA 1

June 2nd 2015- Biometrics Appt.

February 2nd 2016- I-751 APPROVED! 10 Year Green card issued!

 

February 22nd 2019 Applied for Citizenship! 

March 14th 2019 - Biometrics appt.

April 23rd 2019 - Interview. APPROVED!!!!!  It took 60 days!!!

 

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Great Feedback. Thanks Guys!


Feb 3, 2012 - I129F sent
Feb 6, 2012 - NoA1 Received
August 22, 2012 - NoA2 ( 198 days!!!!!)
Sept 6, 2012 - NVC Received Case
Sept 10, 2012 - London Received Case
Sept 15, 2012 - Packet 3 Received
Sept 20, 2012 - Medical
Oct 5, 2012 - All forms sent to the embassy
Nov 5, 2012 - Interview
Nov 5, 2012 - Administrative Processing crying.gifcrying.gifcrying.gifranting33va.gifcray5ol.gif

Love conquers all.

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