US Embasssy immigration interviews - page 11

Hiya all this is my first time on here, I am a RN &RM passed NCLEX,VisaScreen, I-140 and awaiting US embassy(london) interview. But I wish to know what exactly happens at the interviews & medicals... Read More

  1. by   ukrn2ca
    Hi Suzanne
    I have been reading through posts and noticed that people often refer to NVC-CP-GC Tracker, when keeping track of their progress, is this the same as my USCIS portfolio site? if not how do I find the site to register do you know?
    Kind regards. ukrn2ca
  2. by   apriljan
    did you have any problem getting mmr done from your GP with being an adult?
  3. by   madwife2002
    Quote from apriljan
    did you have any problem getting mmr done from your GP with being an adult?
    They may well charge you. Doesnt cost that much to have it done at the medical. Do you need the whole thing or just part of it?
  4. by   novb33
    Quote from apriljan
    did you have any problem getting mmr done from your GP with being an adult?
    As Madwife stated there is no problem you can get MMR and other immunisations done at the medical for a charge, the GP should do MMR(tell GP what you need it for) or try your Hospitals Occupational Health/Vaccination clinics. Hope this helps
  5. by   apriljan
    Thanks to you & madwife for that. Had a booster jab for tetenus, diptheria & polio yesterday. Nurse @ Dr's surgery did it for me when I explained (went to see her about some other matter). She is going to ask GP about MMR as she said I wasn't in the normal age catchment for it in the UK. I think I need all of it. Had Rubella vaccine pre-puberty but definately not had mumps and measles. Son should be ok as had it as childhood vaccinations but it appears that my daughter just had measles and rubella not mumps. (According to the print out from the doctors). Do you need proof of full history of vaccinations from being a child? Have printed off a chart from the US Embassy in London re: required vaccinations for immigrants so I'm following that. Can't see any reference to TB.
  6. by   madwife2002
    You just need to get titres done for the MMR and take the proof of immunity to medical. Your children will need proof of immunisations for all to get into school over here. Plus the children will need to have had hep b shots for school, so I recommend you start those if you have not done so already.

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