Probably. Unless, I was, you know, Haitian, and returning home because of long term unemployment in the US. But probably.
A lot of states just mandate the ACIP recs (minus flu, which isn't always available). The relationship between requirement and coverage is why, every time a new vaccine (for a new illness) is produced, the issue of whether it will be mandatory pops up in the news. If it's mandated, manufacturers can predict a market for it, which means they are more likely to keep making it, since they know they can sell it. Vaccine manufacturers do not always feel the need to keep making vaccines if they aren't making enough money off them - hence shortages that occur from time to time, like the shortage of tetanus vaccine a few years back (can't remember the year - my older dd was little). Not that drug companies bottom line should compel you to vaccinate. But mandatory vaccination does create market forces that reward vaccine producers.