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Is clinic receipt sufficient proof of Hep A vaccine?

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So, I am pre-emptively getting everything together for my medical exam and Packet 3 while the file for my K-1 processes through NVC and I am on my vaccination records. as I live far enough away from home that a visit isn't feasible, I got my mom to go to my home-local health unit to acquire a copy of my immunization record to mail it to me.

Since then, I got the Hep-A vaccine two years ago when I went to France at a travel clinic closer to where I am now (that I could go to if I had to, but the round trip would be a day off work that I obviously don't want to have to do if I don't have to). I can't find the sheet/record, but I did find the receipt for the first of the two shots. Is that sufficient evidence, or will I have to contact the clinic to get another copy of the record?

I tried searching the forums, but couldn't find anything asking that specific issue.


- Chris

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Hep A is not a required vaccination for adults for AOS. So don't even worry about not having evidence of it.

For most adults, the only required vaccinations are: MMR, Tdap and Varicella. Take a look here to see the required vaccinations based on age: http://www.cdc.gov/immigrantrefugeehealth/exams/ti/civil/vaccination-civil-technical-instructions.html#tbl1

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