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what to bring for my medical at St Lukes?

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what to bring for medical?

how will we know if we passed the medical?

ideas and suggestions is highly appreciated..thanks

fill this out and print http://www.slec.ph/us/registration/ this is the online registration form and this will help you save your time when you get to st. lukes you will bring along with you your: 1.NVC letter or your eligibility letter

2. appointment interview date confirmation (if you already have but if you do not have yet, it still okay)

3. passport

4. 3pcs 2x2 visa picture

5. annulment decree (if annuled)

6. medical fee

you`ll be having your medical the whole morning and most likely you`ll get done by lunch time and you will just come back on the next day, to know your result, if you pass then you`ll get vaccinated...they`ll just give instructions afterwards...

id suggest to go there at least 7:30am coz you`ll still get done at 12noon to 1pm...

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fill this out and print http://www.slec.ph/us/registration/ this is the online registration form and this will help you save your time when you get to st. lukes you will bring along with you your: 1.NVC letter or your eligibility letter

2. appointment interview date confirmation (if you already have but if you do not have yet, it still okay)

3. passport

4. 3pcs 2x2 visa picture

5. annulment decree (if annuled)

6. medical fee

you`ll be having your medical the whole morning and most likely you`ll get done by lunch time and you will just come back on the next day, to know your result, if you pass then you`ll get vaccinated...they`ll just give instructions afterwards...

id suggest to go there at least 7:30am coz you`ll still get done at 12noon to 1pm...

:thumbs: or you can go after lunch too. Less people during that time. On the second day of the 2-day medical exam, upon reaching SLEC, you have to hand the paper they'll give you on the first day (like a clearance paper) to the guard-on-duty. There will be different stamps available but if he stamps 'for immunization' means that you passed!

Good luck! :)

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