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Hi all , I am nearing completion at NVC , can i have my medical exam BEFORE London Embassy forwards an interview date ? Last time when i had my k-3 in 2003 i had to have the medical on the morning of my interview , is this still the same case ? any advice appreciated . Also , i had all the neccesary jabs in 2003 , will they still require more ? whats the sell by date on vaccinations !!! ?

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I'll have my interview in June or July and before doing anything I've called one of the panel physicians and asked what medical and lab exams I would be required to do. Then I've started doing my exams and vacinations in April and will conclude them in the current month, there's only a few left to be done. As soon as I get my interview date I'll set an appointment with the panel physician for at least 4 days prior to my interview date since I'll have to submit blood test for HIV and syphilis through this same physician and it will take a few days for the results to be collected before my interview. I'm taking all the results on the medical exams and vacination records done in advance to the panel physician.

I would suggest you to call one of the panel physician to get precised information on procedures for their required medical and lab exams. Check below general guide instructions for medical examinations and click on the drop down list to find out your panel physician list.

Good Luck!

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/in...ng_for_med_exam

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I'll have my interview in June or July and before doing anything I've called one of the panel physicians and asked what medical and lab exams I would be required to do. Then I've started doing my exams and vacinations in April and will conclude them in the current month, there's only a few left to be done. As soon as I get my interview date I'll set an appointment with the panel physician for at least 4 days prior to my interview date since I'll have to submit blood test for HIV and syphilis through this same physician and it will take a few days for the results to be collected before my interview. I'm taking all the results on the medical exams and vacination records done in advance to the panel physician.

I would suggest you to call one of the panel physician to get precised information on procedures for their required medical and lab exams. Check below general guide instructions for medical examinations and click on the drop down list to find out your panel physician list.

Good Luck!

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/in...ng_for_med_exam

Hi , Thanks Edgar , very helpfull , Andy :thumbs:

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