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Pls i have a question, does the medical fee for K1 visa which i believe is $215 also cover the vaccination or dose the vaccination have a separate fee??

Kyiv Ukraine 

 

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On 12/10/2019 at 11:47 AM, brown007 said:

Pls i have a question, does the medical fee for K1 visa which i believe is $215 also cover the vaccination or dose the vaccination have a separate fee??

Kyiv Ukraine 

 

Thanks 

No it does not cover any of the Vaccinations.  Vaccines technically dont have to be done for the K1 visa but will be required when you AOS in the states and it is much cheaper to do it in Ukraine then do it in the US.

 

your fiance will have to go to her local doctor and get her vaccine records.   THey will transcribe what she has already received onto her medical form.  She will need this form when she does AOS in the US.  If she doesn't show them her vaccination records, she will have to have immunity testing done in the US when she does AOS and I would imagine it is pretty expensive.  She will also then have to have the necessary vaccine shots  which she hasn't received - also probably more costly in the US.

 

 

My recommendation  is one following:  When she brings her medical card with her to the exam - they will offer her the appropriate vaccines and will transcribe onto the medical form for her.   THe Cheaper option  If she can have her vaccine records translated prior to the medical exam so you know what she has received/not received she can go to her local doctor and they can administer the necessary vaccinations for her (which will be cheaper then getting it done at the medical exam).  Most likely your fiance hasn't received the Hep B vaccine which is a series of 3 shots that are taken about 60 days apart from each other.  USCIS just requires that the first shot has been taken.  That was about $10 for Iryna to get this shot at her local doctor in her hometown.  I think I heard the clinic charges around $50 for the same shot - not a huge difference but I would imagine it would be at least double or triple the price in the US.

 

 

 

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45 minutes ago, GP1977 said:

No it does not cover any of the Vaccinations.  Vaccines technically dont have to be done for the K1 visa but will be required when you AOS in the states and it is much cheaper to do it in Ukraine then do it in the US.

 

your fiance will have to go to her local doctor and get her vaccine records.   THey will transcribe what she has already received onto her medical form.  She will need this form when she does AOS in the US.  If she doesn't show them her vaccination records, she will have to have immunity testing done in the US when she does AOS and I would imagine it is pretty expensive.  She will also then have to have the necessary vaccine shots  which she hasn't received - also probably more costly in the US.

 

 

My recommendation  is one following:  When she brings her medical card with her to the exam - they will offer her the appropriate vaccines and will transcribe onto the medical form for her.   THe Cheaper option  If she can have her vaccine records translated prior to the medical exam so you know what she has received/not received she can go to her local doctor and they can administer the necessary vaccinations for her (which will be cheaper then getting it done at the medical exam).  Most likely your fiance hasn't received the Hep B vaccine which is a series of 3 shots that are taken about 60 days apart from each other.  USCIS just requires that the first shot has been taken.  That was about $10 for Iryna to get this shot at her local doctor in her hometown.  I think I heard the clinic charges around $50 for the same shot - not a huge difference but I would imagine it would be at least double or triple the price in the US.

 

 

 

Thanks @GP1977

Do you by any means know the list of vacation needed or can she make appointments and go to the medical clinic and ask for the required vacation then so go to her doctor and get it done 

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17 hours ago, brown007 said:

Thanks @GP1977

Do you by any means know the list of vacation needed or can she make appointments and go to the medical clinic and ask for the required vacation then so go to her doctor and get it done 

The US Embassy website is a great source of any info info you'd need, applying for a visa.

https://ua.usembassy.gov/visas/immigrant-visas/fiancee-visa/how-to-apply/

https://ua.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/151/Med-Exam-ENG-08-01-2019.pdf

 

Good luck with your immigration journey!

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4 hours ago, Ksenia_O said:

The US Embassy website is a great source of any info info you'd need, applying for a visa.

https://ua.usembassy.gov/visas/immigrant-visas/fiancee-visa/how-to-apply/

https://ua.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/151/Med-Exam-ENG-08-01-2019.pdf

 

Good luck with your immigration journey!

Thank you this really helped 

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