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Hello!

 

So I'm getting things ready while waiting for NVC to send my file to the consulate.

 

About vaccines, I have the records from when I got the vaccines as a child, however, back then (not too old, 1986) they didn't put the lot number or the sticker of the vaccines as I understand they do now. My records is just a little book where the doctor wrote the vaccines he applied and the dates. Do they take this information as truthful at the medical exam? I mean it's a very old book you can see it in the ink too.

 

I just don't want to get there and having they charging me to get all the vaccines again (I've heard they like to take money out of you at the clinic in Mexico).

 

I have a chance to get new vaccines here for free but it's a very difficult process (that I'm willing to go through if neccesary).

Thanks

 


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If in doubt, get the vaccines while they are free....just my opinion.


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I agree with @missileman.  I was born in 1986 and had ALL vaccination records from when I was a kid, but it was also a handwritten index card type record, so rather than cause myself a headache later on, I took advantage of my Canadian healthcare and had them all again.  There’s no harm (health wise) in getting them again and then I had a proper history of them.  They did make me sit for observation for 10 minutes for the mmr one just to make sure there is no adverse physical reaction. 

 

Do it while it’s free because medical anything here is expensive, even with insurance.

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2 hours ago, Daniela M_______ said:

Hello!

 

So I'm getting things ready while waiting for NVC to send my file to the consulate.

 

About vaccines, I have the records from when I got the vaccines as a child, however, back then (not too old, 1986) they didn't put the lot number or the sticker of the vaccines as I understand they do now. My records is just a little book where the doctor wrote the vaccines he applied and the dates. Do they take this information as truthful at the medical exam? I mean it's a very old book you can see it in the ink too.

 

I just don't want to get there and having they charging me to get all the vaccines again (I've heard they like to take money out of you at the clinic in Mexico).

 

I have a chance to get new vaccines here for free but it's a very difficult process (that I'm willing to go through if neccesary).

Thanks

 

If it was standard practice in 1986. The panel physician will be very aware of the practice .  My ex had no issues 

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13 hours ago, payxibka said:

If it was standard practice in 1986. The panel physician will be very aware of the practice .  My ex had no issues 

Thank you, it makes sense to assume so.


Nice to meet you: Dec 27, 2016 Mexico

1st Visit: March, 2017 Mexico

2nd Visit: May, 2017 Mexico

3rd Visit: October, 2017. Mexico

4th Visit: January, 2018 Mexico

NOA 1 *NEW* USCIS website: March 01, 2018

5th Visit: May, 2018 Mexico.

RFE USCIS website: September 26, 2018

RFE Hard copy: October 01, 2018

RFE Response Sent:  October 10, 2018

RFE Received by USCIS:  October 16, 2018

NOA2!!!!! *NEW* USCIS website: November 2, 2018

NOA2 Hardcopy: November 7, 2018

NVC Received: November 14, 2018

NVC Case Number: November 29, 2018

NVC In Transit: December 11, 2018

NVC Ready: December 13, 2018

Interview: February 26, 2018

 

6th Visit: ----------> January 25, 2019. Mexico

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