Recent changes in the Immigration Law of the United States of America require that applicants for Immigrant Visas obtain certain vaccines before issuing an Immigrant Visa. Clinics authorized to practice medical examinations for Immigrant Visa applicants have been required to verify that they meet the immunization requirement.
In order to assist authorized physicians, and to avoid delays in the process of an immigrant visa, each applicant must have their NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION CARD available for review at the time of their medical examination for the processing of their visa. If you do not have your National Vaccination Card, do not bother getting it. Only the doctor can determine which of the medically appropriate vaccines for you, according to your age, medical history and your current medical condition.
No consular employee will provide information related to the vaccines, this will be treated directly with the clinic authorized to practice the medical examinations. The cost of the vaccine (s) will depend on the type of vaccine or vaccines that you lack and in general terms the cost may vary. This charge is independent of the cost of your regular Medical Exam. The cost is shown in Dollars, and does not include VAT.