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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Visa Journey forum members, I am seeking help for those of you who have gone to the Medical Exam.

Will they be doing a complete physical? If so, if you refuse to drop down your underpants, will they still finish the exam. Will this affect whether or not a VISA is given?

Thanks in advance for your replies.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Australia
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Visa Journey forum members, I am seeking help for those of you who have gone to the Medical Exam.

Will they be doing a complete physical? If so, if you refuse to drop down your underpants, will they still finish the exam. Will this affect whether or not a VISA is given?

Thanks in advance for your replies.

What the Hell no way should you be asked to strip off anything that is ####### in any country. ALl the medical requires is simple tests like reflexes hearing sight and of course blood tests for Syphilis and TB. If my doc had asked me that I would have told them where to go


Divorced !st November 2012.

Married only 2 years 1 month

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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Barbara--I'm afraid you are off base. Each country has its own procedures, and like it or not, you have to do exactly what they ask. We are not in the righteous indignation business--we are in the let's get our loved ones to the US business, and if some countries seem more invasive than others, that's a very tiny price that we must pay.

I don't know about CDJ, but many people here have gone thru their medical procedures, and you will get the correct answer, but let me make it very clear--if you don't like the answer, don't waste your time and all our time complaining about it--just do what you are asked so you can join your spouse here as quickly as possible.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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i read in one od the reviews from juarez YES they ask you to take your clothes off :/ Im not agreed and it gonna suck doing it BUT you got to do what you go to do :/


[*]june2009: met online

[*]july 28 2009: start dating

[*]october 09 2009: met in person

[*]oct 11 2009:he proposed :D i know crazy lol

[*]october 28 2009: deployment to iraq :(

[*]november 05 2010: visit to mexico for 20 days :D

[*]november 25 2010: last time i hold him :(

[*]january 18 2011: k-1 sent

[*]feb 09 2011:NOA1

[*]june 03 2011: NOA2 :D

[*]july 1st 2011: packet 3 yayy

[*]august 18 2011: interview! hoping for the best

[*]august 18 2011: APROVED :D

[*]sepyember 3 2011: POE

[*]september 6 2011: marriage yayy

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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If they do make you undress it's because they need to make sure you are the sex you say you are.

ooo - that is a GREAT answer! really! I had not even thought of that.


IR-1/CR-1 Spouse CA Svc Ctr 2011 (82 days) Apr07: NOA1. Jun27: NOA2 text.
Delivery from USCIS to NVC (24 days) Jul21: CSC mailed it to NVC

NVC (43 days)
Jul25: "in the NVC bldg"---->Jul26: NVC Case#,IIN# (1 day in-house, 29 days since NOA2)

AOS i-864.....Jul28: bill rcv'd (2 days)& paid ---->Aug01: "paid"/mailed (4 days). Aug3: AOS in the bldg
Aug 11: phone rep "AOS RFE: 23/24a: no blanks" (pdf won't print n/a"). Fedex'd new copy (arrived Aug 12)
Aug 22: AOS approved

IV ds-230:
Jul26: send DS-3032 ----> Jul29: DS-3032 accepted (3 days)
Aug01: bill rcv'd (2 days)& paid ---->Aug02: "paid"/mailed (1 day)
Aug04:ds-230 delivered ---> Aug 12: "under review"
Aug 15: phone rep "RFE:ds-230 #30." (16th bdate left as "----") Fedex'd new copy (arrived Aug 16)
Aug 30: phone rep: "no military record." me: "it's there!" rep: "15 biz days starting today"
Sep 06: phone rep: "needs review. 15 MORE biz days" me: "no way" Supervisor asks Mgr "open file & verify it's complete since 8/16." 6 hours later: CASE CLOSED!

Consulate
Sep 13: INTERVIEW scheduled, email letter arrived
Sep 15: MEDICAL in Stockholm
Sep 23: Packet Left NVC -> Embassy
Oct 31: INTERVIEW 4-minutes and DONE. APPROVED. Visa is "in the mail"

Nov 27: arrival in USA

DIVORCE: final May 2015 - never whould have married without dating in-person for at least a year.

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