I received the second NOA (Notification of Action) for the fiancee visa process and I'm getting myself ready for my medical examination before the interview at the US consulate in London. I have a record of my vaccinations and just want to confirm what I will need.
I never had the MMR vaccination (Measles Mumps Rubella). I had Measles and Mumps diseases but not Rubella so I need to get vaccinated for the latter. Is it worth getting tested for Measles and Mumps antibodies (65£ for each test at Knightsbridge) to prove I don't need vaccines for these 2? Single vaccines for these are not sold separately anymore so I would probably need to get the MMR vaccine anyway, correct?
I never got vaccinated for Hepatitis A, Influenza, Meningococcal, Pneumococcal and Rotavirus. These vaccines are required according to the US Department of State.
According to the UK embassy you only need them if you're a child though. Do I need them since I never got them as a child?
(I never had chickenpox and didn't get a vaccine so I will need to get it done in the US before AOS (adjustment of status) since that it's not sold in the UK).
- Is there a price list online for vaccines at Boots? I'm trying to find out if it's cheaper than Knightsbridge. I couldn't find the prices for Boots but other vendors have similar prices. Eg. http://www.nomadtravel.co.uk/pg/42/VaccinationPrices