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Vaccinations - List and costs, plus the visa cost
 
The list of required vaccinations has been  updated, but keep in mind that this is what the US Consulate in Italy requires: if you live in another country requirements might be different;  check with your Consulate and try to get all your vaccinations beforehand, it will probably be cheaper.


There is a vaccine administration fee to pay, and the amount is 15€  regardless of the number of vaccines.

Cost for every vaccine:
TD (tetanus diphtheria):  10€
Hepatitis B: 24€
MMR (Measles-Mumps-Rubella):  20€
Antipneumococcal:  21€
DPT (defter) Children:  7€
Hib: 21€
Varicella: unavailable
Polio: 10€


Vaccination list by age of applicant - the source is the US Embassy in Seoul, Korea.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FINAL DECISION BELONGS TO THE   PHYSICIAN.
Definitions
Cost of the physical examination:

Adults: 160€ (95€ for dependents of Military personnel)
Persons under 15 years of age: 30€ (20€ for Military Personnel dependents).

The cost of the visa is $335 + $100 DV-Lottery surcharge; consider the $100 as a sort of 'you lucky ba$%$d'  tax.

You will pay the fee for the medical examination in your local currency -at least in Europe- to the doctor before the examination; the $435 for the issuing of the visa shall be paid in US$ to the Consulate cashier the day of the interview.