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medical sent direct to consulate without case number

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Hi, i had my medical a couple of months ago and the doc said he was sending the paperwork direct to the consulate. This was before i received my NOA2 so i didn't have a case number yet. I am a little concerned as to whether the embassy will match up the medical with my file when they receive it, or is there a chance it will be lost somewhere. Does anyone have any experience with this issue... or advice??

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Australia
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Hi, i had my medical a couple of months ago and the doc said he was sending the paperwork direct to the consulate. This was before i received my NOA2 so i didn't have a case number yet. I am a little concerned as to whether the embassy will match up the medical with my file when they receive it, or is there a chance it will be lost somewhere. Does anyone have any experience with this issue... or advice??

Thanks

Mmm I am not sure of the rules this year but if you don't have a case number and he sent that to the consulate chances are it will float around as your number is how they identify you. I went and picked my medical up myself as that was what my doctor advised and then I sent it off when I got packet 3.


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The doctor noted a minor medical issue and as such he said he was required to send the documents strait to the embassy... i guess i'll just have to cross my fingers and hope for the best

Soon as you get your case number from NVC email the consulate with that number and all your info darl to make sure they have matched it up k


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