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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Canada
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Hello All,

For those who may find this helpful...

I had my medical today at Medisys. Whole process took under 2 hours (not counting getting there early). Arrived 30 minutes early to "check-in" and fill out the paperwork. The receptionist made a copy of my passport, copy of my checklist (basically wanted any document with the case number on it) and 3 passport type pics. She stapled the pics onto the pages in my chart. I was given a medical history sheet to fill out with various past medical history questions like do you have diabetes, prior hospitalizations, cardiac issues etc. etc. etc. Brought that back then waited to be called. Was brought in by the physician within 5 minutes of my scheduled "appointment" time. Easy process, covered the basics physically, then asked a few questions about health history. Then it was back to the waiting room for a while then onwards to xrays, took 2 xrays. Then waited a long while and then saw the nurse for the remainder of info...eye check, blood test, immunizations etc. I didnt require any other vaccinations, yay.

Then sat back down in reception room until called by receptionist to pay. Bill came to just under $215. Was able to pay by credit card (they take MC, Visa, Amex...Debit, cash). All in all was a smooth streamlined process @ Medisys. Was good to bring a book to read with all the waiting. They also have 2 flat screen TVs on the wall in the waiting room/reception area so helps pass the time.

As a side note the closest hotels to this location on Sherbrooke Ouest (as in within a stone's throw...literally these 3 hotels are within 1-2 blocks) are: Hilton Garden Inn, Delta Hotel (I think its considered the downtown one) and Holiday Inn all with physical addresses on Sherbrooke West. Also I sneaked in a nice breakfast at Eggspectations about a 15 minute walk away on Sherbrooke West also (I highly recommend the California Benedict sooo yummy!!). These hotels would be ultra-convenient if you plan on picking up your medical in the AM of your interview and walking to the consulate. The consulate is a 10 minute walk from any of these hotels or the Medisys office (I did a practice walk after my medical today hehe)

Onwards to the interview!! :star: (I want my date dangit!!)

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08/31/2010 POE09/25/2010 Civil WeddingAOS Timeline10/11/2010 AOS Package Sent10/20/2010 NOA's for AOS/EAD/AP11/12/2010 Biometrics Appointment1/4/2011 Received EAD and AP documents!1/11/2011 AOS Interview - APPROVED!!1/15/2011 - Received Approval notice for I-485, Green card on its way!!1/21/2011 - Received Green Card!!Removal of Conditions11/1/2012-Sent Application to California Service Center ..... N-40007/29/2016 - Received date at Phoenix lockbox 8/01/2016 - N-400 NOA<p>xx/xx/xxxx - BiometricsOnto the next step!!

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Canada
Timeline

Hello All,

For those who may find this helpful...

I had my medical today at Medisys. Whole process took under 2 hours (not counting getting there early). Arrived 30 minutes early to "check-in" and fill out the paperwork. The receptionist made a copy of my passport, copy of my checklist (basically wanted any document with the case number on it) and 3 passport type pics. She stapled the pics onto the pages in my chart. I was given a medical history sheet to fill out with various past medical history questions like do you have diabetes, prior hospitalizations, cardiac issues etc. etc. etc. Brought that back then waited to be called. Was brought in by the physician within 5 minutes of my scheduled "appointment" time. Easy process, covered the basics physically, then asked a few questions about health history. Then it was back to the waiting room for a while then onwards to xrays, took 2 xrays. Then waited a long while and then saw the nurse for the remainder of info...eye check, blood test, immunizations etc. I didnt require any other vaccinations, yay.

Then sat back down in reception room until called by receptionist to pay. Bill came to just under $215. Was able to pay by credit card (they take MC, Visa, Amex...Debit, cash). All in all was a smooth streamlined process @ Medisys. Was good to bring a book to read with all the waiting. They also have 2 flat screen TVs on the wall in the waiting room/reception area so helps pass the time.

As a side note the closest hotels to this location on Sherbrooke Ouest (as in within a stone's throw...literally these 3 hotels are within 1-2 blocks) are: Hilton Garden Inn, Delta Hotel (I think its considered the downtown one) and Holiday Inn all with physical addresses on Sherbrooke West. Also I sneaked in a nice breakfast at Eggspectations about a 15 minute walk away on Sherbrooke West also (I highly recommend the California Benedict sooo yummy!!). These hotels would be ultra-convenient if you plan on picking up your medical in the AM of your interview and walking to the consulate. The consulate is a 10 minute walk from any of these hotels or the Medisys office (I did a practice walk after my medical today hehe)

Onwards to the interview!! :star: (I want my date dangit!!)

PS Just double checked the physical address for the "Delta Montreal" is on President-Kennedy, the back of the hotels faces Sherbrooke West...


08/31/2010 POE09/25/2010 Civil WeddingAOS Timeline10/11/2010 AOS Package Sent10/20/2010 NOA's for AOS/EAD/AP11/12/2010 Biometrics Appointment1/4/2011 Received EAD and AP documents!1/11/2011 AOS Interview - APPROVED!!1/15/2011 - Received Approval notice for I-485, Green card on its way!!1/21/2011 - Received Green Card!!Removal of Conditions11/1/2012-Sent Application to California Service Center ..... N-40007/29/2016 - Received date at Phoenix lockbox 8/01/2016 - N-400 NOA<p>xx/xx/xxxx - BiometricsOnto the next step!!

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