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Green Card (Permanent Residency) Immunizations

The purpose of Green Card ("Permanent Residency") Immunizations is to ensure that immigrated persons are up to date on immunizations for vaccine-preventable diseases. Green Card immunizations are done Monday and Tuesday from 8:00a to 3:30p and Thursday and Friday from 1:30p to 3:30p, by appointment at 286-3798. We are able to complete the I-693 form for those needing vaccinations only. We are unable to do the I-693 physicals. Cost is dependent on vaccinations needed. Persons should bring their immunizations records to the appointment.

Vaccinations required for Green Card depend upon birth date:

  • DT, DTP, DTap
    • Ages 2-6 Years
  • TD, Tdap
    • Ages 7 Years and up (A total of 3 vaccines)
  • Polio, IPV or OPV
    • Ages 2-17 Years
  • MMR ( Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
    • Ages 12 mo and up (Ages 4 years and greater will need a series of 2 vaccines those refugees born before 1956 do not need the MMR)
  • Hib
    • Ages 2-4 Years
  • Hepatitis B
    • Birth to 18 years (A total of 3 vaccines)
  • Varicella (chicken Pox)
    • 12 months and up or history of disease (A total of 2 vaccines)
  • Pneumococcal Vaccine Prevnar
    • According to recommendations, Ages 2 months to 23 months pneumovax 65 and older
  • Influenza Vaccine (recommended yearly)
    • Ages 6 months and older
  • Rotavirus
    • Children 6 weeks to 32 weeks
  • Polio, IPV or OPV Ages 2-17 Years
    • Ages 2-6 Years
  • Hepatitis A
    • Children 12 mo to ages 23 mo. (A 2 shot series)
  • Menigococcal
    • Ages 11 to 18 Years

For more information on these vaccines, see vaccination information sheets at:

If you think you need to get tested for COVID-19 or have been exposed, call your clinic FIRST. DO NOT go to the ER or clinic. You could potentially expose others to COVID-19 or be exposed to COVID-19.