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hello guys, im new here.. I need some help regarding about the requirements for fiance visa interview.. Actually, i did call already the USEM to have an schedule for my interview... They give me a date and its on May 19 2008 at 7:30am.... GOsh.. Im very nervous already,,,, guys, please help me!!!!!

About the medical examination, what am i going to bring when i get there already???? andd ofcourse requirements for the fiancee visa interview.,,,,

God BLess u all...

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Here is a guide that Sheriff Uling and others put together. This info should answer all your Questions. Good Luck to you!!! http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=68967

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Here is a guide that Sheriff Uling and others put together. This info should answer all your Questions. Good Luck to you!!! http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=68967

as dannymartin1 says the guide that sheriff created really helps you a lot and here's some excerpt from the guide for your med exam and just go there to read about the requirements for the interview... if there's things you need to clarify, just asked the VJ member here and we'll get back at cha! good luck and God bless!!!...

What does the beneficiary need to take to the medical exam?

Check out the Manila Embassy Thread's recommendations on what to bring and sample questions asked [CLICK HERE]. Here are the basic required items that the beneficary needs to bring to the medical exam: (1) medical exam fee (payment accepted in pesos only), (2) passport (SLMEC will keep the passport and delivery it to the USE along with the medical exam results, so make a copy of the passport for your records), and (3) three 2x2 passport photos as stated on the DOS website [CLICK HERE] (referenced on page 3 of Packet 4). The beneficiary also needs to have the sponsors contact information (address, phone number, and ssn #) for the SLMEC forms. Please be sure to bring, at the least, the basic required items to the medical exam, but a more complete list is within the link for the Manila Embassy Threads recommendations listed above.


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Here is a guide that Sheriff Uling and others put together. This info should answer all your Questions. Good Luck to you!!! http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=68967

as dannymartin1 says the guide that sheriff created really helps you a lot and here's some excerpt from the guide for your med exam and just go there to read about the requirements for the interview... if there's things you need to clarify, just asked the VJ member here and we'll get back at cha! good luck and God bless!!!...

What does the beneficiary need to take to the medical exam?

Check out the Manila Embassy Thread's recommendations on what to bring and sample questions asked [CLICK HERE]. Here are the basic required items that the beneficary needs to bring to the medical exam: (1) medical exam fee (payment accepted in pesos only), (2) passport (SLMEC will keep the passport and delivery it to the USE along with the medical exam results, so make a copy of the passport for your records), and (3) three 2x2 passport photos as stated on the DOS website [CLICK HERE] (referenced on page 3 of Packet 4). The beneficiary also needs to have the sponsors contact information (address, phone number, and ssn #) for the SLMEC forms. Please be sure to bring, at the least, the basic required items to the medical exam, but a more complete list is within the link for the Manila Embassy Threads recommendations listed above.

Thank You Ronmay for lending a hand.... :thumbs:

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