Green Card Medical Exam
Vaccination is done in accordance
with the instructions of the Center for
Disease Control and Prevention, CDC.
The vaccination is done keeping in mind that
the vaccines are age-appropriate, given for
those diseases that are likely to cause an
outbreak or those that are on the verge of
being eliminated from the US.
The CDC has implemented a list of
inadmissible health problems, solutions
to these are vaccinations as suggested by
the Advisory Community on
Immunization Practices (ACIP).
Vaccination will be done for at least these
diseases - Measles, Rubella, Polio, Tetanus
and Diphtheria toxoids, Pertussis,
Influenza type A and HiB and Hepatitis B.
The vaccines will be age appropriate.
Some vaccines like Pertussis will be
administered to children while some only to
Certain vaccines will require a follow up
dosage to take effect. This dose can be
taken from the local health care provider.
It is important that the aspirant carries a
proof of his vaccination if he has taken
those vaccines earlier. This can be
obtained from the health care provider
who has administered the vaccine.
For those applicants who have an allergy to a particular
type of vaccine or for pregnant women who cannot
be given certain vaccines, the civil surgeon will
consider the vaccine as contraindicated and will not
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