USCIS says new immigrants should be fully vaccinated against Covid-19

From October 1, people applying to become permanent residents must complete their vaccination and provide the certificate to the civil surgeon

USCIS says new immigrants should be fully vaccinated against Covid-19

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that the new immigrants to the United States will have to get fully vaccinated against coronavirus.

From October 1, people applying to become permanent residents of the US must complete their vaccination and provide the certificate of vaccination to the civil surgeon before completing the routine immigration medical examination.