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Visa Interview & Medical Exam?

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We received email from NVC and my mom's visa interview has been scheduled on May 5, 2011 around 8:30 a.m at the U.S embassy Manila.

Here's my questions:

Do my mom need to call to schedule for medical exam in ST.Luke's? or is it a first come first served basis?

What documents she need to bring during the medical exams?

How long it takes before she get the result of her medical exam?

What documents she need to bring during the interview?

What are the possible questions that they will ask to her?

I've done few research about my case but still want to make sure everything will be fine.

Please advise & share your experiences, Thank you so much everyone!

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We received email from NVC and my mom's visa interview has been scheduled on May 5, 2011 around 8:30 a.m at the U.S embassy Manila.

Here's my questions:

Do my mom need to call to schedule for medical exam in ST.Luke's? or is it a first come first served basis?

What documents she need to bring during the medical exams?

How long it takes before she get the result of her medical exam?

What documents she need to bring during the interview?

What are the possible questions that they will ask to her?

I've done few research about my case but still want to make sure everything will be fine.

Please advise & share your experiences, Thank you so much everyone!

For the Medical Exam:

No schedule is needed. It is first come first serve.

She should bring a couple copies of the NVC letter with case number, passport (make her own copies to keep), 3 to 4 passport size photos, and ballpoint pen.

The medical exam takes 2 days. My fiancee went one day, and came back two days later to finish and get results.

-James

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Thank you so much for the reply James & Cynthia & Haarp

How about the visa interview? What documents she need to bring at the embassy?

Do my mom need to attend seminar with CFO?

If yes, can she attend CFO seminar before the visa interview?

Coz we live in Bohol & we are trying to combine her trip to save money & time.

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