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I had my medical in August 2018 in the UK and had all the required vaccines done and given Form 3025. At the time I believe I was not given the influenza vaccine shot due to the time of year that I had the medical done (it is marked as F on the Form 3025 stating 'Not Flu Season'). My question is, would I now need this done in the U.S. by a Civil Surgeon due to the time of year? (December 2018) to complete my Adjustment of Status and have it added to my vaccination list?

 

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31 minutes ago, Mr J said:

I had my medical in August 2018 in the UK and had all the required vaccines done and given Form 3025. At the time I believe I was not given the influenza vaccine shot due to the time of year that I had the medical done (it is marked as F on the Form 3025 stating 'Not Flu Season'). My question is, would I now need this done in the U.S. by a Civil Surgeon due to the time of year? (December 2018) to complete my Adjustment of Status and have it added to my vaccination list?

 

Thanks in advance

No. You were given a waiver on the flu jab. You were signed off as complete as medically possible on the date of your medical exam.  I could refer you to the USCIS manual but you wouldn't read it. So take my word or don't. 

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Not exactly the same situation but similar. 

 

I did my medical in the US via I-693 in August, and the flu was deemed unnecessary due to the time of year. 

 

I had the AOS interview in December, and my I-693 was accepted at the interview without issues. 

 

I also did get a flu shot and had the receipt with me just in case I was asked. If you're going to get it anyway, could just bring proof with you, but it doesn't seem to matter. 


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no you dont need to worry about flu as your full examination took place outside of flu season. see thread below regarding any questions about medical and immunization.

 

 


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10 minutes ago, Lebanese23 said:

no you dont need to worry about flu as your full examination took place outside of flu season. see thread below regarding any questions about medical and immunization.

 

 

He was given that link before in another post and must not have read it. It does answer the question about flu shot timing. 

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