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#1 braz

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Posted 10 August 2010 - 01:01 PM

hello everyone,i have a question about my adjusment of status.i filled up already all the forms and i got some evidence for our marriage and now im going to to have an appointment for my vaccin.since i have the result of my medical in st.luke and cd. my questin is do i need to fill up the form I-693 and bring to the doctor?? guys i got my appointment 1 shot is $190 and $85 charge the packet that im going to submit to the uscis .is that a good price? sounds like very expensive since i payed in st.luke 10,000 pesos.pls need your help.and thanks ..

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Posted 10 August 2010 - 01:12 PM

QUOTE (braz @ Aug 10 2010, 09:01 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
hello everyone,i have a question about my adjusment of status.i filled up already all the forms and i got some evidence for our marriage and now im going to to have an appointment for my vaccin.since i have the result of my medical in st.luke and cd. my questin is do i need to fill up the form I-693 and bring to the doctor?? guys i got my appointment 1 shot is $190 and $85 charge the packet that im going to submit to the uscis .is that a good price? sounds like very expensive since i payed in st.luke 10,000 pesos.pls need your help.and thanks ..


The Civil Surgeon fills out the vaccination section and the civil surgeon section of the I-693, you fill out the first sections with your information. Read the instructions, they are very important.

That does sound pretty expensive, what is the shot? Are you in California?

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Posted 10 August 2010 - 02:25 PM

QUOTE (MrkGrismer @ Aug 10 2010, 02:12 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
The Civil Surgeon fills out the vaccination section and the civil surgeon section of the I-693, you fill out the first sections with your information. Read the instructions, they are very important.

That does sound pretty expensive, what is the shot? Are you in California?


im here in wisconsin.then i tried to to check where is the nearest surgeon accredited in USCIS i found in minneapolis.then i make a list of all doctors.then some doctors advice me to medical again ang cost a lot of money almost $500 but i told to my husband no coz i just got my medical in st.luke 2 months ago.,then there is 1 doctor and i read the result over the phone coz she is asking me what kind of shot that i have before..then she said i need 1 more vaccine varicella.the price is $190 and charge $85 to complete the packet.but i will try my best to contact more doctors to inquire the price coz to much money.i wish i can find another doctor which is cheaper.and thanks for the reply.

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Posted 10 August 2010 - 02:32 PM

Check your county health department for the shot.
Although you still have to use the civil surgeon for the form, the shot can be done anywhere.
My wife and step son took all the missing immunizations at our county health department and the cost was pretty good. They were free. smile.gif (not really cause I pay taxes in this county for 19 years)

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11/08/2007 - Annulment Process Started
08/21/2008 - Annulment Granted
09/05/2008 - Annulment Court Order Issued
09/10/2008 - Mailed I-129F
09/11/2008 - Arrived at VSC
09/12/2008 - NOA1 Issued
01/29/2009 - NOA2 Issued
02/07/2009 - Manila Case Number Letter Received from NVC
02/15/2009 - Interview Scheduled for March, 23rd 2009
03/02/2009 - Passed Medical
03/23/2009 - Interview, all went well but NBI Clearance on her Married Name was missing
03/25/2009 - Delivered NBI Clearance to US Embassy
04/17/2009 - Visa on hand
04/24/2009 - CFO done
05/13/2009 - Arrived in US
06/01/2009 - Applied for SSN
06/02/2009 - Pending Immunizations done
06/05/2009 - Received SSN
06/22/2009 - Got Married "downtown" style
06/27/2009 - Requested sealed envelop with immunization form from Civil Dr.
07/03/2009 - Received sealed envelop from Dr.
07/14/2009 - Mailed the AOS
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Posted 10 August 2010 - 04:14 PM

[quote name='zzzlpr' date='Aug 10 2010, 03:32 PM' post='262864']
Check your county health department for the shot.
Although you still have to use the civil surgeon for the form, the shot can be done anywhere.
My wife and step son took all the missing immunizations at our county health department and the cost was pretty good. They were free. smile.gif (not really cause I pay taxes in this county for 19 years)

Cheers,

Carlos.
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i will tell my husband if i can make it on his doctor.or in our county.coz we pay $1,010 for the adjustment of status.maybe we will pay less.so after my vaccination im going to send all my papers in USCIS this week.i would ask also if im going to get my emlpoyment authorization document.how long it takes to wait the the authorization.coz im planning to work while waiting for my greencard.i have my ssn already and need authorization to work.please need more advice.thanks

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Posted 10 August 2010 - 04:45 PM

That's one heck of a mark-up: http://www.cdc.gov/v...-price-list.htm

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Medical Exams – A caller explained that the civil surgeon who completed the medical exam used the wrong form and then wanted to charge an indigent refugee to reprocess the paperwork on the correct form. What recourse does an applicant have if this occurs?

USCIS Response: Customers should notify the Director of their local office when they have a complaint about a civil surgeon.





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