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Hello Again! :innocent:

I'm a little worried about my medical exam...

I had the examination on May 14th and the doctor told me that he was gonna mail my examination straight to the embassy as soon as he gets the results of my bloodtest back.

He also told me that I could send my Packet 3 back to the embassy that very day.

Great I thought, the sooner I get an interview date the better. :blush:

But now I'm starting to get worried. :help: It says in Packet 3 not to mail any of the documents that I have to obtain for the interview to the embassy.

It says to bring all the obtained documents to the interview. :blink:

Has anyone else done it this way?

And if so did it work?

Or should I call the doctor Monday and ask him to mail the examination to me instead so that I can bring it to the interview myself?

:huh::huh::huh:

I'm so close and I don't wanna mess anything up now!


Sincerely,

Jon & Jess

 

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Hello Again! :innocent:

I'm a little worried about my medical exam...

I had the examination on May 14th and the doctor told me that he was gonna mail my examination straight to the embassy as soon as he gets the results of my bloodtest back.

He also told me that I could send my Packet 3 back to the embassy that very day.

Great I thought, the sooner I get an interview date the better. :blush:

But now I'm starting to get worried. :help: It says in Packet 3 not to mail any of the documents that I have to obtain for the interview to the embassy.

It says to bring all the obtained documents to the interview. :blink:

Has anyone else done it this way?

And if so did it work?

Or should I call the doctor Monday and ask him to mail the examination to me instead so that I can bring it to the interview myself?

:huh::huh::huh:

I'm so close and I don't wanna mess anything up now!

Different embassys work in different ways, I would let the doctor send the results to the embassy and have your interview, if the results havent reached the embassy then they will approve subject to medical results.


Sal and Jay




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