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I got my interview... Now what's everything i need to do my medical exam?

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Forvmedical exam passport, cedula and 5 photos 2x2 size and the confirmation page from ustraveldocs.com.

Good luck

Thank you!! But only that ? I thought i would need more things and info.

Forvmedical exam passport, cedula and 5 photos 2x2 size and the confirmation page from ustraveldocs.com.

Good luck

Thank you!! But only that ? I thought i would need more things and info.

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If you have interview date , you have done your profil at ustraveldocs.com, with the confirmation page from ustravel you go to do medical.

You can go 10 or 15 bussines days befor interviw at consular section.

You know that you need an appoinment at vca for fingers print and photo .

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Please present to the Panel Physician your appointment letter, your passport, three (3) color 2" x 2" photographs and your national identification card. These same requirements apply to all members of your family who plan to accompany you to the United States. If you have ever had any disease or serious injury, it will be useful for you to take any relevant X-rays or medical reports to the clinic with you.

http://santodomingo.usembassy.gov/iv-medical-exam.html


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Hello there! My husband just went to the medical and VAC appontment on Tuesday. He took his passport, 5 2x2 passport photos, the cita letter and his cedula. He got there at 6am thirty minutes before they opened and was out by 1pm . He is on crutches due to a motorcycle accident. So like Twincactus said you have to bring a letter from the doctor.He has to submit his via email because we didn't know he needed it. I only told him to take a list of the meds he was taking. Good Luck!

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For medical exam do you need to make an appointment or can you just show up...like walk-in?

You dont need appoinment.

This information about 3 photos is wrong, now it is required 5 photos.

They havent updated the information on internet

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You dont need appoinment.

This information about 3 photos is wrong, now it is required 5 photos.

They havent updated the information on internet

My bad. You are correct. More info at http://www.consultoriosdevisa.com/requisitos-tarifas/


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http://www.dominicanstotheusa.com

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