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I am very excited that the finish line is near but I have a couple of questions especially with those familiar with Nica Immigration:

1) Does my spouse need to have a police certificate in hand? I read differing opinions on this.

2) How do we know which is the primary doctor we need to see who will be sending us around town and how is a reservation with that doctor made?

THANK YOU!!

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I am very excited that the finish line is near but I have a couple of questions especially with those familiar with Nica Immigration:

1) Does my spouse need to have a police certificate in hand? I read differing opinions on this.

2) How do we know which is the primary doctor we need to see who will be sending us around town and how is a reservation with that doctor made?

THANK YOU!!

Hi nicagirlover, you can review this information:

http://www.visajourney.com/consulates/index.php?ctry=Nicaragua&cty=Managua

To answer your questions directly:

1. YES. Very important to have, the police certificate is valid for only 60 days that is why it is not required at the NVC stage, make sure to have a recent, valid one for the interview.

2. There are 3 doctors listed by the US Embassy, YOU choose which one do you want to go. I personally chose Dr. Rolando Esparza in Altamira, I paid $185.00. Once there they gave me the address of 2 places I had to go for the blood test and for the x-ray but you get the sealed envelop from Dr. Esparza. Good luck and congrats on the interview date.

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Hi nicagirlover, you can review this information:

http://www.visajourney.com/consulates/index.php?ctry=Nicaragua&cty=Managua

To answer your questions directly:

1. YES. Very important to have, the police certificate is valid for only 60 days that is why it is not required at the NVC stage, make sure to have a recent, valid one for the interview.

2. There are 3 doctors listed by the US Embassy, YOU choose which one do you want to go. I personally chose Dr. Rolando Esparza in Altamira, I paid $185.00. Once there they gave me the address of 2 places I had to go for the blood test and for the x-ray but you get the sealed envelop from Dr. Esparza. Good luck and congrats on the interview date.

Thank you Nica_In_Love. We are choosing to have any vaccinations that she lacks have done on that day too. How close to the interview date can we make the appointment? I prefer the day before as my time to be in Nicaragua is very limited

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Thank you Nica_In_Love. We are choosing to have any vaccinations that she lacks have done on that day too. How close to the interview date can we make the appointment? I prefer the day before as my time to be in Nicaragua is very limited

I wouldn't risk to have it one day before because even though they give you the results to you right away, what if God forbid something happens and they don't have them ready? You can have them whenever you want as long as they are still valid on the day of the interview. I had my medical examination about 5 weeks before the interview, I had plenty of time.

Also, tell your spouse to go request her police certificate as soon as she has a chance because they don't give it to you immediately. I've been told by people they had to wait 7 days, when I went for mine they gave it to me 3 days after so it seems to vary but it's better to be safe than sorry. I see the interview is on 5/26 so I would be moving with the medical and the police certificate.

Good luck!

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I wouldn't risk to have it one day before because even though they give you the results to you right away, what if God forbid something happens and they don't have them ready? You can have them whenever you want as long as they are still valid on the day of the interview. I had my medical examination about 5 weeks before the interview, I had plenty of time.

Also, tell your spouse to go request her police certificate as soon as she has a chance because they don't give it to you immediately. I've been told by people they had to wait 7 days, when I went for mine they gave it to me 3 days after so it seems to vary but it's better to be safe than sorry. I see the interview is on 5/26 so I would be moving with the medical and the police certificate.

Good luck!

good advice, thank you so much

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Did you ask for prices at any of the other doctors? Were they all the same? And do all doctors have you going around town for the blood test and xray?

So you go back when to get the sealed packet from the doctor?

Hi nicagirlover, you can review this information:

http://www.visajourney.com/consulates/index.php?ctry=Nicaragua&cty=Managua

To answer your questions directly:

1. YES. Very important to have, the police certificate is valid for only 60 days that is why it is not required at the NVC stage, make sure to have a recent, valid one for the interview.

2. There are 3 doctors listed by the US Embassy, YOU choose which one do you want to go. I personally chose Dr. Rolando Esparza in Altamira, I paid $185.00. Once there they gave me the address of 2 places I had to go for the blood test and for the x-ray but you get the sealed envelop from Dr. Esparza. Good luck and congrats on the interview date.


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**USCIS** 132 Days

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Did you ask for prices at any of the other doctors? Were they all the same? And do all doctors have you going around town for the blood test and xray?

So you go back when to get the sealed packet from the doctor?

No, I didn't because the one in Altamira was the closest one but you can have your husband call all of the offices (there's only 3 doctors) and ask detailed information. However they won't take the appointment unless you have your interview date set already but you can ask them all that information too. :thumbs:

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