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Ok I don't know if that been posted somewhere else but I apologized if it did or someone send me a link of it please.

My fiance is in the Dominican, we just gathering papers now. Light me up in this, what would gr8 need when going to do his medical stuffs? Does he need his vaccination card just so they can check what vaccine he had already taken??

What do they do at the medical office anyway? What kinda test they run? I mean he has syomach ulcer can that affect the process?? I mean I pray God NOt I'm just so anxious tired of waiting and sooo depressed over all this process. but beside that he is very healthy

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not knowing DR requirements, I would think they will do blood tests and a chest x-ray, his vaccination records help the doctor know what vaccines are necessary, and he will give your fiancée what is necessary. the doctor will fill out a DS-3025 vaccination record, he should submit one to the embassy and give your fiancée a copy. A correctly completed ds-3025 is needed in the U.S. when your fiancée arrives and you apply for AOS. good luck!


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11/1/2013-NVC Rec`d I-129-F Petition
11/14/2013- U.S.Consulate- BKK Rec`d I-129-F
11/23/2013-Rec`d Packet 3
12/1/2013-Medical Exam
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not knowing DR requirements, I would think they will do blood tests and a chest x-ray, his vaccination records help the doctor know what vaccines are necessary, and he will give your fiancée what is necessary. the doctor will fill out a DS-3025 vaccination record, he should submit one to the embassy and give your fiancée a copy. A correctly completed ds-3025 is needed in the U.S. when your fiancée arrives and you apply for AOS. good luck!

Thank you!!! Just in case ima make him take his vaccinations record with him.

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He must take his records w him or they will charge him for all and give him all. The blood test results aren't given that day so they give all vaccinations are needed unless u can prove you've gotten them . We were told to pick up records 1-3 days right before the interview. You being them w u, they no longer send it directly to the consulate. You pick them up in the same clinic.


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Does anybody know when i can put my fiance on some type of medical insurance? She just arrived in the United States on a k-1 visa.

Thanks.

It is best to start your own thread about this question. You can add her to your insurance through your work (if you have it) usually within 30 days AFTER you get married. As far as adding her to Obamacare insurance...I'm not sure but maybe someone else can address that.


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