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  • What vaccinations do I need to have for my immigration medical exam?
    Immunization requirements are based on your age. You need to bring proof of those immunizations, or if you don't have proof, go to the next question.
  • What are my options if I do not have proof of immunizations?
    If you do not have proof of vaccination, we provide a blood test called a Titer for MMR, Varicella, and Hepatitis B. This test will show if you are immune to these diseases. If so, you do NOT need to take these vaccines. If you are NOT immune, you need to get the vaccine again. For example, if your test shows that you are immune to hepatitis B, MMR but not chickenpox, you should get the chickenpox vaccine.
  • Where can I go to get the vaccines I need?
    We provide most vaccinations on site. You can also go to any pharmacy like CVS, Walgreens, Publix.
  • How long does it take to receive results?
    Your immigration package will be ready for you to pick up within 3-5 business days of your appointment.
  • What documentation do I need to bring for my immigration medical appointment?
    You must bring identification and your immunization records if you have them.
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