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Hello everyone! 

 

Tried to find something addressing the topic but not all of my questions were answered. My Fiance in Dominican Republic does not have his vaccination records and we just received our NOA2 and I want to be clear on exactly what should be done before the interview. There is a list on an approved US Consulate medical site listing all the vaccines but there's a total of 13 vaccines and the grand total comes out to almost $700 USD. I found something on a visa site saying the doctor conducting the exam will determine the vaccines needed but since he has no record I just want to be prepared in the event I will have to pay the full amount. Any information helps, thanks so much!

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13 minutes ago, Yannaisis said:

Hello everyone! 

 

Tried to find something addressing the topic but not all of my questions were answered. My Fiance in Dominican Republic does not have his vaccination records and we just received our NOA2 and I want to be clear on exactly what should be done before the interview. There is a list on an approved US Consulate medical site listing all the vaccines but there's a total of 13 vaccines and the grand total comes out to almost $700 USD. I found something on a visa site saying the doctor conducting the exam will determine the vaccines needed but since he has no record I just want to be prepared in the event I will have to pay the full amount. Any information helps, thanks so much!

He won't need to get all 13 vaccines because some are not of his age. He will need flu shot and he will be asked if he got measles before and at what age. For me I didn't have my records so I paid an extra $35 and my blood sample was taken and once my results was ready the next day it was xlear I had all vaccines needed since I was given just one shot that day and they call the shot "boxtris" in total I paid about $75 well this was in Kyiv Ukraine I don't know how much for D.R. Goodluck.

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7 minutes ago, mniceguy16 said:

He won't need to get all 13 vaccines because some are not of his age. He will need flu shot and he will be asked if he got measles before and at what age. For me I didn't have my records so I paid an extra $35 and my blood sample was taken and once my results was ready the next day it was xlear I had all vaccines needed since I was given just one shot that day and they call the shot "boxtris" in total I paid about $75 well this was in Kyiv Ukraine I don't know how much for D.R. Goodluck.

Ok perfect, thank you so much! I was freaking out about having to pay all that lol appreciate it

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38 minutes ago, Yannaisis said:

Hello everyone! 

 

Tried to find something addressing the topic but not all of my questions were answered. My Fiance in Dominican Republic does not have his vaccination records and we just received our NOA2 and I want to be clear on exactly what should be done before the interview. There is a list on an approved US Consulate medical site listing all the vaccines but there's a total of 13 vaccines and the grand total comes out to almost $700 USD. I found something on a visa site saying the doctor conducting the exam will determine the vaccines needed but since he has no record I just want to be prepared in the event I will have to pay the full amount. Any information helps, thanks so much!

http://www.consultoriosdevisa.com/requisitos-tarifas/

I remember it was 350 for all....

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On ‎3‎/‎28‎/‎2019 at 12:07 AM, Yannaisis said:

Hello everyone! 

 

Tried to find something addressing the topic but not all of my questions were answered. My Fiance in Dominican Republic does not have his vaccination records and we just received our NOA2 and I want to be clear on exactly what should be done before the interview. There is a list on an approved US Consulate medical site listing all the vaccines but there's a total of 13 vaccines and the grand total comes out to almost $700 USD. I found something on a visa site saying the doctor conducting the exam will determine the vaccines needed but since he has no record I just want to be prepared in the event I will have to pay the full amount. Any information helps, thanks so much!

Here is the website that the embassy will refer you to. Use it to gather your documents plus it speaks to your medical questions. You do not have to have the flu vaccination because we are now out of season and won't be required again till October.

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/17b9Xxvd_YAgCenc65GwkdDDO5-3NytY3/view

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On 3/28/2019 at 12:07 AM, Yannaisis said:

Hello everyone! 

 

Tried to find something addressing the topic but not all of my questions were answered. My Fiance in Dominican Republic does not have his vaccination records and we just received our NOA2 and I want to be clear on exactly what should be done before the interview. There is a list on an approved US Consulate medical site listing all the vaccines but there's a total of 13 vaccines and the grand total comes out to almost $700 USD. I found something on a visa site saying the doctor conducting the exam will determine the vaccines needed but since he has no record I just want to be prepared in the event I will have to pay the full amount. Any information helps, thanks so much!

Hi, 

 

My fiance didn't have his record either. He went to a salud publica clinic and got the 3 doses of DT, 3 doses of Hep B, and flu shot. It was accepted at Servicios Medicos Consulares. 

 

Also, all vaccines are optional. you can opt for your fiance to have them in the US.

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19 hours ago, Greenbaum said:

Here is the website that the embassy will refer you to. Use it to gather your documents plus it speaks to your medical questions. You do not have to have the flu vaccination because we are now out of season and won't be required again till October.

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/17b9Xxvd_YAgCenc65GwkdDDO5-3NytY3/view

Thank you!

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On 3/31/2019 at 10:05 PM, Catherine6 said:

Hi, 

 

My fiance didn't have his record either. He went to a salud publica clinic and got the 3 doses of DT, 3 doses of Hep B, and flu shot. It was accepted at Servicios Medicos Consulares. 

 

Also, all vaccines are optional. you can opt for your fiance to have them in the US.

Thanks so much!

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On 3/28/2019 at 12:07 AM, Yannaisis said:

Hello everyone! 

 

Tried to find something addressing the topic but not all of my questions were answered. My Fiance in Dominican Republic does not have his vaccination records and we just received our NOA2 and I want to be clear on exactly what should be done before the interview. There is a list on an approved US Consulate medical site listing all the vaccines but there's a total of 13 vaccines and the grand total comes out to almost $700 USD. I found something on a visa site saying the doctor conducting the exam will determine the vaccines needed but since he has no record I just want to be prepared in the event I will have to pay the full amount. Any information helps, thanks so much!

 

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Hi did your fiance get his medical exam done already? My husband will be going next week in DR and he doesn’t have a vaccination record either so I’m wondering about the price. We have $500 set aside for it so hopefully it won’t be more than that. 

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17 hours ago, Jmariega said:

Hi did your fiance get his medical exam done already? My husband will be going next week in DR and he doesn’t have a vaccination record either so I’m wondering about the price. We have $500 set aside for it so hopefully it won’t be more than that. 

My fiance is going on Monday and he has $400 for it, if you want I'll let you know how it goes and how much he paid 👍

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