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Hello everyone,

 

Quick question about vaccines, how does it work , does he need to take the documentation of what he has already had and they review it? Can someone send me the link from the Casablanca consulate relating to this and what examinations and tests he will be needing?

 

Thanks guys 

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Take the vaccine records to the medical but expect to get 3 or 4 shots depending on the season.


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3 minutes ago, Paul & Mary said:

Take the vaccine records to the medical but expect to get 3 or 4 shots depending on the season.

Not if current 


YMMV

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1 minute ago, Hobidyali said:

OK, so they review what he has had and they will give him the remaining ones?? Thanks so much for the response.

It is up to the panel physician to decide what is administered. 


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There are no required vaccinations for a k1 but are required for the green card.   Typically it is cheaper to get them abroad and to be able to avoid the possibility of visiting a civil surgeon once in the USA 


YMMV

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The current cost of consultation fee for the physical exam is 400.00 Dirhams for adults and 250.00 Dirhams for children under 15 years of age.  Costs for other medical tests or vaccinations are extra 

 

it says to call the physicans on the list to see the cost

see morocco embassy page for list of drs

 

https://ma.usembassy.gov/visas/immigrant-visas/medical-examination/

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14 minutes ago, adil-rafa said:

The current cost of consultation fee for the physical exam is 400.00 Dirhams for adults and 250.00 Dirhams for children under 15 years of age.  Costs for other medical tests or vaccinations are extra 

 

it says to call the physicans on the list to see the cost

see morocco embassy page for list of drs

 

https://ma.usembassy.gov/visas/immigrant-visas/medical-examination/

Thank you, also, has the Nov report been uploaded yet? I can't seem to find the reports.

 

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3 minutes ago, Hobidyali said:

Thank you, also, has the Nov report been uploaded yet? I can't seem to find the reports.

 

No   I look every day and the November reports are still not out

will post it when i see them

december is coming soon

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No November statistics yet. And the 400 dirhams is just the consultation alone. My husband (fiance) ended up paying around 2000 dirhams including the consultation, blood work, vaccines, ect. He saw Dr. Maach in Rabat, but the physicians in Casablanca are a bit cheaper. 


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1 hour ago, RJandHamid said:

No November statistics yet. And the 400 dirhams is just the consultation alone. My husband (fiance) ended up paying around 2000 dirhams including the consultation, blood work, vaccines, ect. He saw Dr. Maach in Rabat, but the physicians in Casablanca are a bit cheaper. 

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