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Hi, I posted also in the Africa: Sub-Saharan forum and haven't gotten any answers and just wondering if anyone here can help us, My husband and i kindly thank you in advance.

We've finally recieved our interview date (all praise and thanks to God) and today our packet 4. I'm alittle confused as to what part of this packet my husband will take to get his medicals done, or if he has to take any part of it at all. I was hoping someone could chime in and help us with this, we're grateful for your help as always. I've read through this packet and nowhere that i could see does it say he will need to take anything to have the medical examination except his passport and passport size photos. Maybe he has to go to the embassy for a form or something? i'm not really sure.

We gladly appreciate your advice!

Thank you.


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My husband had to take the letter from the packet, his passport and some photos. Good luck.

Mary


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Thank you very much Mary, I was beginning to feel that noone would answer.

Also, Congratulations to you and your husband!


03-29-2005 married in Ghana

case complete 12-8-2005

Interview date 06-22-06......Approved! (God truly is good)

God is able, and he won't fail!

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Thank you and your so very welcome. Good luck on the the rest of your journey.


Everything I respond to is from personal knowledge, research or experience and I am in no means a lawyer or do I claim to be one. Everyone should read, research and be responsible for your own journey.

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We really appreciate your help, and i have 3 more questions.

Is it the the letter that has the bar code on it? That one says to take to the interview or which page of the packet? because none of them specify which one.

Can i also fax it to my husband?

Sorry to question you to death, (lol) but we just want to get this right the first time around.

Thank you so much!


03-29-2005 married in Ghana

case complete 12-8-2005

Interview date 06-22-06......Approved! (God truly is good)

God is able, and he won't fail!

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Is it the the letter that has the bar code on it?

My husband took this one to the medical. They did not keep it but looked at it and handed it back to him.

Can i also fax it to my husband?

My husband had his packet so we did not fax it. I would think if you emailed it to him he could print it off and it would not be an issue.

If anyone else disagrees with my post I am sure they will comment.


Everything I respond to is from personal knowledge, research or experience and I am in no means a lawyer or do I claim to be one. Everyone should read, research and be responsible for your own journey.

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Hi, I posted also in the Africa: Sub-Saharan forum and haven't gotten any answers and just wondering if anyone here can help us, My husband and i kindly thank you in advance.

We've finally recieved our interview date (all praise and thanks to God) and today our packet 4. I'm alittle confused as to what part of this packet my husband will take to get his medicals done, or if he has to take any part of it at all. I was hoping someone could chime in and help us with this, we're grateful for your help as always. I've read through this packet and nowhere that i could see does it say he will need to take anything to have the medical examination except his passport and passport size photos. Maybe he has to go to the embassy for a form or something? i'm not really sure.

We gladly appreciate your advice!

Thank you.

hb,

I could tell you our story of what we had to present at the medical, but it wouldn't do you any good. The only process that matters for you is the one used in Ghana.

If you didn't get any instructions or forms with P4, there probably aren't any. I see that the person who replied in your other thread did indeed use Ghana.

Congrats on getting so close! Best wishes for your interview!

Mary: belated congratulations!!!


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