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So I'm preparing to go to my visa interview at the consulate in Montreal and I have my medical scheduled there as well. For the life of me, I can't remember why I thought I needed my complete medical records. My P4 doesn't say that.

 

Am I going crazy?

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Yes, it's required to bring with you. If you don't have them ready in time for the interview, I believe you'll get a '221g' or something similar to that requesting them at the completion of the interview, delaying the visa approval. I had my medical done in Vancouver, but I believe the one in Montreal is just down the street from the consulate. As long as you have it done the day before, you should be fine as they should have the packet ready for you to pick up the following morning prior to your interview.

Edited by zilchfox

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3 minutes ago, zilchfox said:

Yes, it's required to bring with you. If you don't have them ready in time for the interview, I believe you'll get a '221g' or something similar to that requesting them at the completion of the interview, delaying the visa approval. I had my medical done in Vancouver, but I believe the one in Montreal is just down the street from the consulate. As long as you have it done the day before, you should be fine as they should have the packet ready for you to pick up the following morning prior to your interview.

No its not....they aren't talking about their visa medical. They're asking about their complete historical records.

 

Unless I'm misunderstanding...

Edited by Shauneg

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Well in this case I can only speak for myself. I only brought my immunization history to the medical, and only required the Tdap shot. As for the interview itself, all I brought was the sealed medical packet.

EDIT: I also brought my Alberta Health Care card.

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Bring them to the medical.  Generally though you only need stuff like that if you have a history of depression or list of current medications.  I just recalled everything off the top of my head but have only been in the hospital like 4 times for overnight or longer stays. 

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