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Hi! I had an MMR shot but not from St. Lukes Extension Clinic in Manila. I brought a document signed by my local doctor and the doctor at SLEC acknowledged it. I noticed that on my DS-3025 there was no check mark on the MMR and only a date for when I had my MMR shot from my local doctor. There was no Blanket Waiver or code. Does this mean during AOS, I need to fill out an I-693 and have a USCIS accredited Civil Surgeon make an official form and say my MMR shot is valid?
Hello, I was reviewing my AOS packet and while giving a second read to the I-693 instructions something caught my attention. I did my medical in March 2018 and I received a completed Form DS-3025 to include in the application. My vaccinations record show that I only have one MMR shot, which I received one year after my birth. I never received other MMR shots. On the day of the medical back in Italy, the Panel Physician determined that I did not need a second one. However, the blanket waiver section on DS-3025 was left blank. I read experiences from other applicants getting an RFE for missing vaccinations - would that be my case as well? I also have with me the results of immunoglobulin blood tests for measles, mumps, and rubella that I took in Italy during my yearly checkup. They show that my immunity levels are high, but I now understand that any test or result from foreign countries will not be valid. What are my next steps? Do I really have to contact a civil surgeon and have the medical exam again? Is it possible to visit a civil surgeon only to have a second shot and avoid to do the same medical ($$$) test I did 3 months ago? Thanks