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I had my k1 medical in London. I’ve been in the US since April 2018, we married in June 2018. Everything is good to go for my AOS green card interview in 2 weeks but I realised my vaccination form is not complete!!! I opted to not have the tetanus vaccine at Knightsbridge in London and I got it done at my GP surgery (I have a print out from the GP to prove it) before I entered the US. I had no idea this would have any implications. Do I need to get something from a civil surgeon? I’m panicking so much I don’t want my green card denied because of this !!  Is there even time in 2 weeks to see a civil surgeon? I don’t even know what I need from the civil surgeon? Any advice would be so greatly appreciated.

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NOA1: 24 May 2017

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NOA2: 09 September 2017
K1 received : 23 March 2018 :D

Next Step: Flight booked for 15 April 2018 - POE Washington Dulles

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6 minutes ago, DollyDolly said:

I had my k1 medical in London. I’ve been in the US since April 2018, we married in June 2018. Everything is good to go for my AOS green card interview in 2 weeks but I realised my vaccination form is not complete!!! I opted to not have the tetanus vaccine at Knightsbridge in London and I got it done at my GP surgery (I have a print out from the GP to prove it) before I entered the US. I had no idea this would have any implications. Do I need to get something from a civil surgeon? I’m panicking so much I don’t want my green card denied because of this !!  Is there even time in 2 weeks to see a civil surgeon? I don’t even know what I need from the civil surgeon? Any advice would be so greatly appreciated.

You will need a CS to transcribe your DS3025 and new vaccine record from your GP to an I693. More often that not they will not do that alone and require you to get a whole new medical exam. Shop around the USCIS doctor list and see if you can find one that will transcribe only.

In saying all of that though, because you're cutting it so close, i'd just go to the interview with your incomplete DS3025. 

If you're unlucky the most they would do was request a medical/I693 to be submitted after the interview and prior to the approval of the GC. If you're lucky, the IO may not even notice your DS3025 is incomplete. 

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I didn't have to turn anything in for my AOS in respects to my medical. 

Your medical results from your medical in your country should have already been sent over when you entered the US. 


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9 hours ago, K1visaHopeful said:

You will need a CS to transcribe your DS3025 and new vaccine record from your GP to an I693. More often that not they will not do that alone and require you to get a whole new medical exam. Shop around the USCIS doctor list and see if you can find one that will transcribe only.

In saying all of that though, because you're cutting it so close, i'd just go to the interview with your incomplete DS3025. 

If you're unlucky the most they would do was request a medical/I693 to be submitted after the interview and prior to the approval of the GC. If you're lucky, the IO may not even notice your DS3025 is incomplete. 

Thanks for the advice. If I cannot get a civil surgeon to transcribe in time, could I be denied for my incomplete DS3025? 


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NOA1: 24 May 2017

No RFEs
NOA2: 09 September 2017
K1 received : 23 March 2018 :D

Next Step: Flight booked for 15 April 2018 - POE Washington Dulles

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51 minutes ago, DollyDolly said:

Thanks for the advice. If I cannot get a civil surgeon to transcribe in time, could I be denied for my incomplete DS3025? 

Denied, no. 

 

10 hours ago, K1visaHopeful said:

 

If you're unlucky the most they would do was request a medical/I693 to be submitted after the interview and prior to the approval of the GC. 

 

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