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Hi ,

Do we need to take medical reports for the biometrics appointment?

I have scheduled medical examination and biometrics one day after another .

When i had a re-look at the biometrics appointmer confirmation mail, The mail says this:

Instructions You have scheduled an appointment for a non-immigrant or immigrant visa to the U.S. Most applicants will have an appointment at the Visa Application Center (VAC), followed by an appointment at the Embassy or Consulate. Please carefully review the important information below. Coming prepared will ensure you the best service possible.

What documents do I need to bring?
Checklist for Non-Immigrant Visa (NIV) Applicants

Appointment confirmation letter

● Your current passport and most recently expired passport

● Print out of the DS-160 confirmation page

● Supporting documents for your application, as applicable

●Documents and photographs for any children under age 14
Checklist for Immigrant Visa (IV) and Diversity Visa Applicants (including K-1 Fiancé Visa)

Appointment confirmation letter
● Your current passport and most recently expired passport
● Print out of the DS-260 (or DS-160 for K visas) confirmation page
● Police clearance certificate from the regional passport office
Medical report (X-ray films and discs not required)
● Original and photocopy of birth and marriage certificates
● Affidavit of Support (Form I-864 or I-134), sponsor’s recent tax returns, job letter, and pay stub (if applicable)
● Proof of relationship between petitioner and beneficiary (if applicable)

Additional Documents For K-1 and DV Applicants Only
● K-1 visa or DV fee payment receipt

Do i have to take all these documents specified in the immigrant visa for the biometrics?

PLease help!! :(

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All these documents are for the interview itself for biometrics u only need the supporting documents in the link....

http://www.ustraveldocs.com/in/in-niv-offsitecollectionservices.asp

Make sure medical is done Atleast one week prior to interview some places take few days to give u the medical report

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My interview will be at Mumbai Consulate. Can I attend Medical and bio-metrics at Hyderabad??

Only if there is an approved panel physician in that city.


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hey! my husband has a print out with a list of things that they need for biometrics when he took apointment... there r a lot of things in that paper so i would just take anything thats listed there just to be on the safe side eventho the website says otherwise

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Completed my biometrics and medical. Biometrics did not need any medical reports. It was quick check on ds 260 confirmation form, passport,photo s and finger prints

Good to know.

At which location you gone through medical and biometrics...Mumbai only??

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