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So, I've heard conflicting things about this area. My Fiance' is from Russia and is currently waiting for a date to open up for the Interview. She'll have to fly to Moscow from her little town and she can't stay in the city for more than 3-4 days. We were hoping she could get the Medical Exam and Interview all knocked out at the same day or at least the Medical exam a day or 2 before. But, I hear it's not possible, it has to be 5-7 days prior to the Interview. Does anyone know anything about that? 

 

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28 minutes ago, Chris J said:

So, I've heard conflicting things about this area. My Fiance' is from Russia and is currently waiting for a date to open up for the Interview. She'll have to fly to Moscow from her little town and she can't stay in the city for more than 3-4 days. We were hoping she could get the Medical Exam and Interview all knocked out at the same day or at least the Medical exam a day or 2 before. But, I hear it's not possible, it has to be 5-7 days prior to the Interview. Does anyone know anything about that? 

 

Thanks!

Im from russia, in January 2017  , i had to schedule my med exam a week earlier bfore my interview. Also ic she/he has a kid its a good thing to be safe, bcuz for kid they do skin test and results of the test rhey check in 3 days.So better to do it a week bfore the interview date so by the interview day embassy recived her/his results from IOM

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59 minutes ago, Chris J said:

So, I've heard conflicting things about this area. My Fiance' is from Russia and is currently waiting for a date to open up for the Interview. She'll have to fly to Moscow from her little town and she can't stay in the city for more than 3-4 days. We were hoping she could get the Medical Exam and Interview all knocked out at the same day or at least the Medical exam a day or 2 before. But, I hear it's not possible, it has to be 5-7 days prior to the Interview. Does anyone know anything about that? 

 

Thanks!

My fiancée's medical was on a Monday and her interview was on a Thursday. We had no problems. I never heard anything about the medical having to be a certain amount of days before the interview (I am not certain, don't quote me on that). My fiancée is also from a small town so we planned her medical and interview in the same week so it would be easier for her.

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3 hours ago, barashka said:

My fiancée's medical was on a Monday and her interview was on a Thursday. We had no problems. I never heard anything about the medical having to be a certain amount of days before the interview (I am not certain, don't quote me on that). My fiancée is also from a small town so we planned her medical and interview in the same week so it would be easier for her.

Okay. I hope its something like that. She's going with her father and he can only be out of work I think it was for only 3 days. I heard it was a minimum of 5 days, I know I've read that somewhere. But in your case it was only 3, so I'll do some more digging. 

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