You're planning to have her complete the green card process within the US? She's not supposed to do that when after entering the US with a tourist visa. If the immigration officer at the port of entry finds out she's planning to do that, she'll be sent back on the next available flight.
Originally Posted by sshah1001
She should bring vaccination records to the immigration medical exam (whether the medical is done in the US or in India). She should not proactively get vaccinations before the medical exam; the doctor will determine what is needed based on the vaccinations she has already received and her age and history of major contagious diseases (e.g. polio, measles, hepatitis, tuberculosis). She does not need to bring medical records for the diseases she has suffered, but she should know what she had and when she had it so the doctor can order the relevant blood tests or X-Rays if necessary.
As I heard there is going to be medical stage in the green card process. So, I was wondering if...
1. Would it help if she does her medical in India before she comes here?
2. Does she need to bring her old or current medical records, shots records etc with her?
PD: Jan 2003 (EB3 rest of world)
I-485 Approved: July 2007
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