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Hi everyone!

I was reading the K1 Fiance Visa Step-by-Step Guide earlier and got to the part where the vaccination record was mentioned. I haven't had vaccines for a very loooong time. I wonder if I should start getting them now or should I wait for the medical exam? My fiance just sent the I-129F package last Wednesday.

Thank you!

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There are some vaccinations you needed with some certain interval time, some others are not age appropriate or not applicable.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Thank you, Girl from Celebes.

I don't know if I got it right though. So should I start getting some of the vaccines now or during the interview? I admit I'm confused. Lol

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Filed: Other Country: Philippines
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Hi everyone!

I was reading the K1 Fiance Visa Step-by-Step Guide earlier and got to the part where the vaccination record was mentioned. I haven't had vaccines for a very loooong time. I wonder if I should start getting them now or should I wait for the medical exam? My fiance just sent the I-129F package last Wednesday.

Thank you!

You don't need to get any vaccinations, SLEC will administer the vaccination needed and the cost is included in the medical fee.

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No reason to get any now. You go to St. Luke's for your medical exam. That doctor decides what you need. They give them to you the next day at no addtional charge. You will not find an easier or cheaper way to get it done. So let them do it.

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