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Immunizations question for k-1 London Medical

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Hi,

I am currently in the states visiting my fiancee, I'll be flying home in a couple fo weeks to have the medical and interview and wait for approval.

i figured while I am here I could get some of the shots I need so it's one less thing to do when I go home.

Now the issue is, while getting my flu shot today, I had to put a US address down, so I put my fiancee's address (my hopefully soon-to-be address).

Will that be an issue when it comes to the medical and interview? Will they ask why my proof of immunization has a US address on?

Thanks

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Hi,

I am currently in the states visiting my fiancee, I'll be flying home in a couple fo weeks to have the medical and interview and wait for approval.

i figured while I am here I could get some of the shots I need so it's one less thing to do when I go home.

Now the issue is, while getting my flu shot today, I had to put a US address down, so I put my fiancee's address (my hopefully soon-to-be address).

Will that be an issue when it comes to the medical and interview? Will they ask why my proof of immunization has a US address on?

Thanks

I don't know the answer to that definitively, but can say (after having my medical just today in London) that the session with the vaccination nurse was pretty relaxed and she just wanted to see which shots I had. She then filled in a separate form to confirm those shots and the associated date (no mention of location), and the original proof doesn't appear to go any further than that. She even let me check what she was filling in to check I was happy with it before rubber stamping.

So I would reasonably safely say you don't need to worry about it...

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Hi,

I am currently in the states visiting my fiancee, I'll be flying home in a couple fo weeks to have the medical and interview and wait for approval.

i figured while I am here I could get some of the shots I need so it's one less thing to do when I go home.

Now the issue is, while getting my flu shot today, I had to put a US address down, so I put my fiancee's address (my hopefully soon-to-be address).

Will that be an issue when it comes to the medical and interview? Will they ask why my proof of immunization has a US address on?

Thanks

They won't care. Besides, you have a reason for that address.

This is a good opportunity to remind people that if they attend their medical before Oct 1, they don't have to get a flu shot. Plan your appointment for September if you don't want to pay for a flu shot.


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