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Remaining vaccines after stamped immigrant visas

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We have already gotten our immigrant visas stamped on our passports, and had of course taken all of the necessary vaccines as of that point, but we remembered that the doctor's office had told us to come back for two more rounds of vaccines in March and April, respectively. Would the clinic give that advice because it is medically necessary (or at least a good idea) to get the remaining shots, or because the CBP officers may actually ask to see documentation that we took the remainders as well as the ones before the IV stamps?

We have been sent our sealed envelopes from the consulate along with our passports. What do those envelopes contain, the medical reports? If so, would that be the only documentation the CBP officers would look at as far as if we fulfill the medical requirements?

We don't mind getting the extra shots, we would just like to know what to expect at the border when we arrive.


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