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green card and vaccinations

Discussion in 'Physicians' started by bob4321, Jan 26, 2012.

  1. bob4321

    bob4321 New Member

    Hi, this is my first post

    my girlfriend and I are researching the procedure for a green card. We seem to understand everything but she has an issue with vaccinations. She doesn't feel comfortable at all getting vaccinations. She is from Ukraine and has had vaccinations when she was a kid but does not have her shot records.

    Does anyone know if a green card can be obtained with out getting the vaccinations?

    any information would be appreciated.
  2. gunt

    gunt Registered Users (C)

    Basically the answer to your question is No. She must have the vaccinations. There are a few of the vaccinations however which can be avoided if she had a particular infection in the past. I am talking about Measles and Chicken Pox. She needs to visit the USCIS certified doctor. If the doctor is in her home country Ukraine, then the doctor might know that perhaps all children born between XXXX and YYYY were given vaccinations even though there is no records. Some of the vaccinations can be eliminated by means of a test to determine if the anti-bodies are in her blood.
  3. bob4321

    bob4321 New Member

    we did find this waver for vaccinations

    I-601, Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility
  4. tevolo

    tevolo Registered Users (C)

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  5. tevolo

    tevolo Registered Users (C)

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