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Hello, question...Im a Philippine citizen who did her K1 FIANCE VISA PROCESS in Saudi Arabia (because I work there) and then came to the US directly from there just recently after my K1 VISA has been approved. Now after marriage we are doing the adjustment of status. Now one of the requirements is a medical exam- DS 3025 thing. I arrived here in the US with the sealed packet and of course the immigration officer will take it right? I dont have any other records of that DS 3025 THING, that OLAYA MEDICAL COMPLEX( where I did my medical exam in Saudi Arabia) ONLY GAVE ME A PIECE OF PAPER THAT SAYS VACCINATION SHEET but i dont know if this is acceptable...PLEASE HELP ME IM EFFIN Stressed lol I mean why should i DO another medical exam when I just did it recently not even a year yet. march 2019???
Hi all, I've searched and combed through previous/existing threads where people share information/experiences on civil surgeons in specific areas; however, I've not yet come across any in my area (Charlotte NC area, specifically Rock Hill SC). The closest recommendation we've gotten is a doctor in Winston Salem, which is about 2 hours away, so we have that as a last resort. But I'd prefer not having to drive 4 hours round trip just for someone to sign off on some vaccinations, if we can help it. Some background: My husband completed his immigration physical in Sweden prior to coming in on his K1 visa (physical was in February, POE was May). His vaccination record was filled out, but not marked as Completed by the doctor in Sweden as a result of this doctor recommending he wait and get the one remaining vaccine (TDAP) in the states. My husband got the TDAP vaccine last week with our doctor here in SC. So now we just need a designated civil surgeon to complete his vaccination record to show he's fulfilled his vaccination requirements. I used the Civil Surgeon Locator on the USCIS website, which yielded a plethora of local offices (mostly in Charlotte, one conveniently in Rock Hill). The conundrum - every. single. office. I've called on that list does not pose as a viable option. Half of them didn't seem to understand any of the immigration terms I used, much less made it pretty clear they can't complete any immigration form. Only one office sounded like they had a clue; however, they said my husband had to be seen/complete a full exam with them, including tests he already had done, before they can fill out any form. I'd rather not. I've heard most say some offices will try to charge 100s of dollars, or require unnecessary physicals or exams, but it seems that's ALL we're running into. My question now - anyone in or near the Charlotte NC area who has had to have a vaccination record completed - recommendations would be most helpful!
Hello, On my one-year anniversary of being in the US (today!) I got a notification that my AOS interview has been scheduled. I'm now just looking for some reassurance/advice before I get the interview date. My medical was done in London in March 2017, and therefore is now invalid as it is over a year old. So as I understand it, it's best to go to the GC interview with a new medical in hand to avoid any further delays. What I want to know is if I also have to get the vaccination record re-done (and if this is a separate cost on top of the medical exam?) And if I do have to get the vaccination record re-done, do I need to bring all the original documents that I took when the medical was initially completed in the UK? Also, I did not get the flu-shot at the time of the first medical. I assume that since it is not flu season currently, I won't need to get this? Advice much appreciated, thanks!
So my wife and I have filled out our DS-260, and we answered "Yes" to the question regarding her immunization records being compliant with US law. After doing so, we checked her vaccination record and it looks like she's actually not received about 4 of the vaccines required. I've googled this extensively and most of the responses say to put "yes" regardless, because during the medical exam, the examiner will go through the vaccination record she brings, and will arrange for the others that have not been completed or need to be re-immunized for to be done that day at the facility. Is this the case?