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Thank you so much for the admin that pinned the info about the medical exam.... I693 and DS3025... After reading your info I do have a question about the immunizations.... Are the only immunizations you listed the only required immunizations? I think these are what was listed on the pinned post: thanks in advance

 

1. Shots marked with a date (at least one of a series)

  • MMR (two are required but if you have "insufficient time interval" Code B in the last column, then you get a waiver)
  • Td or Tdap or DT or DTP or DtaP (One date must be no longer than 10 years ago)
  • Varicella (Either a check by "Vaccine" with a date, OR a check by "Varicella History" if you had chickenpox. History gets you a waiver)
  • Influenza (during flu season)** see note below because you may be okay without it. If it is not flu season, the waiver in the last column is Code F.
  • Everything else marked "not age appropriate" Code A, insufficient time interval B, not flu season F, contraindicated C...things that allow a waiver.
Edited by LuFlolady

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Jan 26th: Mailed I-129F

Jan 29th NOA1

Feb 2nd: rcvd txt and email case received

Feb 2nd: Check Cashed

Feb 9th: rcvd hard copy of NOA1

Aug. 28th Notified of RFE being mailed

Sept. 1st received hard copy of RFE in the mail

Sept. 4th mailed response to RFE

Sept. 10th received txt that my response to RFE was received

Oct. 10th Received txt that we were approved (NOA2) 30days after RFE response

Oct. 13th received hard copy of NOA2

Oct. 31st case arrived at NVC

Nov 2nd received case number

Nov. 13th case in transit to embassy

Nov. 19th Case is "ready" to schedule an interview

Feb. 14th Interview (2019) APPROVED!!!!!!

 


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1 hour ago, LuFlolady said:
  • MMR (two are required but if you have "insufficient time interval" Code B in the last column, then you get a waiver)
  • Td or Tdap or DT or DTP or DtaP (One date must be no longer than 10 years ago)
  • Varicella (Either a check by "Vaccine" with a date, OR a check by "Varicella History" if you had chickenpox. History gets you a waiver)
  • Influenza (during flu season)** see note below because you may be okay without it. If it is not flu season, the waiver in the last column is Code F.
  • Everything else marked "not age appropriate" Code A, insufficient time interval B, not flu season F, contraindicated C...things that allow a waiver.

Those are the ones that were required in my case: 30 year old. I had to get MMR and Tdap (I believe Td is only accepted as a booster if you had Tdap previously).

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thanks for the responses.......


Luflolady

 

Jan 26th: Mailed I-129F

Jan 29th NOA1

Feb 2nd: rcvd txt and email case received

Feb 2nd: Check Cashed

Feb 9th: rcvd hard copy of NOA1

Aug. 28th Notified of RFE being mailed

Sept. 1st received hard copy of RFE in the mail

Sept. 4th mailed response to RFE

Sept. 10th received txt that my response to RFE was received

Oct. 10th Received txt that we were approved (NOA2) 30days after RFE response

Oct. 13th received hard copy of NOA2

Oct. 31st case arrived at NVC

Nov 2nd received case number

Nov. 13th case in transit to embassy

Nov. 19th Case is "ready" to schedule an interview

Feb. 14th Interview (2019) APPROVED!!!!!!

 


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Here is the technical instructions for Panel Physicians offering vaccinations for immigration as listed by the CDC. The table shows required vaccinations and what is required by age. The panel physician will determine your need in addition to any you get ahead of time at the time of your visit. In addition, some vaccines can be waived by the panel physician. 

 

https://www.cdc.gov/immigrantrefugeehealth/exams/ti/panel/vaccination-panel-technical-instructions.html#tbl1 

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On 7/8/2019 at 10:50 AM, LuFlolady said:

Thank you so much for the admin that pinned the info about the medical exam.... I693 and DS3025... After reading your info I do have a question about the immunizations.... Are the only immunizations you listed the only required immunizations? I think these are what was listed on the pinned post: thanks in advance

 

1. Shots marked with a date (at least one of a series)

  • MMR (two are required but if you have "insufficient time interval" Code B in the last column, then you get a waiver)
  • Td or Tdap or DT or DTP or DtaP (One date must be no longer than 10 years ago)
  • Varicella (Either a check by "Vaccine" with a date, OR a check by "Varicella History" if you had chickenpox. History gets you a waiver)
  • Influenza (during flu season)** see note below because you may be okay without it. If it is not flu season, the waiver in the last column is Code F.
  • Everything else marked "not age appropriate" Code A, insufficient time interval B, not flu season F, contraindicated C...things that allow a waiver.

If you post your DS3025, I can review it for completeness.

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16 minutes ago, K1visaHopeful said:

If you post your DS3025, I can review it for completeness.

Or look at the bottom of the ds3025 and see if was marked "complete" be the panel physician 


YMMV

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4 minutes ago, payxibka said:

Or look at the bottom of the ds3025 and see if was marked "complete" be the panel physician 

The OP might feel more comfortable knowing that the actual vaccination section was filled out properly too though as their question was vaccination based. That's why I suggested.

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I have been trying to upload the pic of the DS3025  for 30min and it wont let me upload it :( however the doctor did Mark that immigrant visa applicant completed vaccination requirements

Edited by LuFlolady

Luflolady

 

Jan 26th: Mailed I-129F

Jan 29th NOA1

Feb 2nd: rcvd txt and email case received

Feb 2nd: Check Cashed

Feb 9th: rcvd hard copy of NOA1

Aug. 28th Notified of RFE being mailed

Sept. 1st received hard copy of RFE in the mail

Sept. 4th mailed response to RFE

Sept. 10th received txt that my response to RFE was received

Oct. 10th Received txt that we were approved (NOA2) 30days after RFE response

Oct. 13th received hard copy of NOA2

Oct. 31st case arrived at NVC

Nov 2nd received case number

Nov. 13th case in transit to embassy

Nov. 19th Case is "ready" to schedule an interview

Feb. 14th Interview (2019) APPROVED!!!!!!

 


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Then I wouldnt worry about much else.

Its us6ally the case more that its marked incomplete when it is complete rather than the other way around. Sounds like he knew what he was doing.

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