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Hello guys! Good day! Do you guys think that it’s inadmissible for not having a vaccination record? My vaccination card got misplaced, I don’t have any history of my vaccination in childhood with me right now. does anyone have an idea what should I do?

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6 minutes ago, designguy said:

It is going to be up to the panel physician. They may draw titers to check your immunity or give you the required shots based on age 

In any case will they not approve of a person who does not have a record of their vaccinations In the past? No right? 

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Theoretically a doctor would have to keep your patient record and could potentially issue a new vaccination card based on that (only if it’s the doctor that did the shots in the first place - not sure if this is possible/allowed in your country)
 

An alternative might be to get a blood test to determine the antibodies in your blood in order to at least confirm that you’ve gotten the vaccinations at some point.

 

Another option is to just get them redone. I doesn’t hurt to refresh vaccinations after a few years - maybe ask your doctor about the possible solutions to the lost record.

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51 minutes ago, B&C2017 said:

Theoretically a doctor would have to keep your patient record and could potentially issue a new vaccination card based on that (only if it’s the doctor that did the shots in the first place - not sure if this is possible/allowed in your country)
 

An alternative might be to get a blood test to determine the antibodies in your blood in order to at least confirm that you’ve gotten the vaccinations at some point.

 

Another option is to just get them redone. I doesn’t hurt to refresh vaccinations after a few years - maybe ask your doctor about the possible solutions to the lost record.

Oh thanks alot b&c

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4 hours ago, L&U said:

Hello guys! Good day! Do you guys think that it’s inadmissible for not having a vaccination record? My vaccination card got misplaced, I don’t have any history of my vaccination in childhood with me right now. does anyone have an idea what should I do?

That's okay. Even I don't have my vaccination records anymore.. they'll give you required vaccinations during your medical and issue you a new card that you can submit. I just had my medical done and got vaccinated today. 

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4 hours ago, L&U said:

Hello guys! Good day! Do you guys think that it’s inadmissible for not having a vaccination record? My vaccination card got misplaced, I don’t have any history of my vaccination in childhood with me right now. does anyone have an idea what should I do?

Hello, 

I had the same problem. I lost my vaccinations records years ago.

so I’ve been to the doctor who gave me a prescription for a blood test to see against what I have still immunization or not . 
from that you can see which vaccination you need . And the labo results shows what you already have . 
then ask your doctor to do a letter explaining that and it’s gonna be ok 

 

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5 hours ago, B&C2017 said:

Another option is to just get them redone. I doesn’t hurt to refresh vaccinations after a few years - maybe ask your doctor about the possible solutions to the lost record.

Except for Varicelle (Herpes Viridae = Chicken Pox) which is an alive virus and so it's not so cool to have a shot for that. MUCH BETTER to get a test of immunity. And lots of chances that you had it when you were a child. Even if you don't recall having any spots.

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1 hour ago, Alix64 said:

Except for Varicelle (Herpes Viridae = Chicken Pox) which is an alive virus and so it's not so cool to have a shot for that. MUCH BETTER to get a test of immunity. And lots of chances that you had it when you were a child. Even if you don't recall having any spots.

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For example and I don’t know if it’s the same in all countries but for the medical exam

rubella / mumps/measles  are in the same vaccinations . 
if you have immunization against just one or two you will have to do the whole vaccination . 
as said above the best is to do the test for immunity . 
easy and fast 

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8 hours ago, L&U said:

In any case will they not approve of a person who does not have a record of their vaccinations In the past? No right? 

Incorrect. The required vaccination record is the one completed by the panel Dr.. and will include any vaccination record an applicant may have , any vaccinations the dr gives you at the medical , and any for  which you are exempt. It s not uncommon for an applicant to not have vaccination records 

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My wife had no records of her immunizations.   The panel physician gave her the 3 immunizations based on her age indicated by the CDC recommendations.   If your doctor does not have your records - don't worry.   Don't go get immunizations before either.   Just let the panel doctor do their job.


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1 hour ago, Paul & Mary said:

My wife had no records of her immunizations.   The panel physician gave her the 3 immunizations based on her age indicated by the CDC recommendations.   If your doctor does not have your records - don't worry.   Don't go get immunizations before either.   Just let the panel doctor do their job.

Oh thanks paul&mary. 

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19 hours ago, Lil bear said:

Incorrect. The required vaccination record is the one completed by the panel Dr.. and will include any vaccination record an applicant may have , any vaccinations the dr gives you at the medical , and any for  which you are exempt. It s not uncommon for an applicant to not have vaccination records 

I am just curious as to what you mean when you refer to the "panel" Dr. My vaccination record was completed by the same physician that I had to see for my physical. I brought him a record of my immunizations from my own family dr.                                                                                                                                                     As an aside as well, at our first interview the officer told me that my immunization record had expired and that I would have to go to see a new physician to get it updated. She said that after I sent back an updated immunization record she would "make her decision". Unpleasant woman right from the word "go".(I know it is a rule but it is incredibly moronic, considering the immunizations they want us to have don't expire in a year) I left and immediately phoned a 'higher up" because my paperwork had been 'misplaced' for almost 2 years. They told me they were handing my files to a "new officer."  Later that same day, I received word that my green card was 'being produced'. 

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On 12/27/2019 at 3:23 AM, L&U said:

Hello guys! Good day! Do you guys think that it’s inadmissible for not having a vaccination record? My vaccination card got misplaced, I don’t have any history of my vaccination in childhood with me right now. does anyone have an idea what should I do?

Best go to your primary doctor and get a notice that all your vaccinations are up to date!

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