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Hello,

 

We applied for k1 visa (NOA 1 - June 6th) and I have a question about vaccination. I was born in Hungary, I am dual citizen and applied for k1 from Canada. I don`t have the vaccination record but I did a blood test and I have proof that I got MMR and Chickenpox vaccinations. Question: Should I go to my family doctor to get the rest of vaccinations or wait for medical exam? I would appreciate any help or advice. Thank you very much!

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59 minutes ago, Windrider said:

Hello,

 

We applied for k1 visa (NOA 1 - June 6th) and I have a question about vaccination. I was born in Hungary, I am dual citizen and applied for k1 from Canada. I don`t have the vaccination record but I did a blood test and I have proof that I got MMR and Chickenpox vaccinations. Question: Should I go to my family doctor to get the rest of vaccinations or wait for medical exam? I would appreciate any help or advice. Thank you very much!

I would get them done by your own doctor just because it will be less expensive that way.


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2 hours ago, Windrider said:

Hello,

 

We applied for k1 visa (NOA 1 - June 6th) and I have a question about vaccination. I was born in Hungary, I am dual citizen and applied for k1 from Canada. I don`t have the vaccination record but I did a blood test and I have proof that I got MMR and Chickenpox vaccinations. Question: Should I go to my family doctor to get the rest of vaccinations or wait for medical exam? I would appreciate any help or advice. Thank you very much!

Yup get them done at your family doctor because it'll be free. If you wait until the medical for the T-Dap, as I did, it's an extra $40. Make sure they give you the right one - most doctors keep the simple Tetanus shot in stock, but they might have to order T-Dap. Luckily you have plenty of time still. Good luck! 

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Your doctor or local health unit should be able to give you the tdap. 


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6 hours ago, Windrider said:

Thank you for your answers!

 

I have no proof that I received Hepatitis A and B, Meningococcal, Pneumococcal and Rotavirus. Should I get these too with my family doctor? Thank you

Hmm depending on your age you may not need those! I didn't...Check the vaccination guidelines carefully to see whether your age group needs all those ones

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