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Michael Ruffin

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Hello again VJer's!

I do thank all for forum advice on my topics and other postings! I am question and I am trying to figure out the best way to handle it! For the past 6 months while waiting for the NOA2, my fiance's 2 kids came down with TB. They have been undergoing treatment with antibotics for 6 months. They recent had their x-ray and exam. One child's x ray was clear and just has to take antibotics and vitamins to the end of Feburary. The doctor said the other child needs meds for a 1-2 more months. Her doctor will give them their medical history of treating the boys for the medical at ST. Luke's. I don't want to send them medical exam if their is a strong possiblity of failing the TB test. USEM is very clear when it comes to TB and visas. What is the best advice because I don't want to send them to the medical exam if they could be denied clearance and cost more money? Also, is the vaccination included in the medical exam fee or is that extra?

CFO seminar. Can the CFO seminar be done before visa interview or is it normal done afterwards?

Thanks,

Michael

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Hello again VJer's!

I do thank all for forum advice on my topics and other postings! I am question and I am trying to figure out the best way to handle it! For the past 6 months while waiting for the NOA2, my fiance's 2 kids came down with TB. They have been undergoing treatment with antibotics for 6 months. They recent had their x-ray and exam. One child's x ray was clear and just has to take antibotics and vitamins to the end of Feburary. The doctor said the other child needs meds for a 1-2 more months. Her doctor will give them their medical history of treating the boys for the medical at ST. Luke's. I don't want to send them medical exam if their is a strong possiblity of failing the TB test. USEM is very clear when it comes to TB and visas. What is the best advice because I don't want to send them to the medical exam if they could be denied clearance and cost more money? Also, is the vaccination included in the medical exam fee or is that extra?

CFO seminar. Can the CFO seminar be done before visa interview or is it normal done afterwards?

Thanks,

Just let ur fiance's kids complete the medication in Pinas so they willbe cleared and granted a visa.

My 2 kids got their visa..my daughter had positive skin test but negative on xray so they were able to get their visas and my daughter had to complete her medication for 9 months for free here in the dept. of health in GA.

The kids won't be scheduled for interview and medical unless they are clear of any medical issues.

Better to wait and fix it first.

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As for the CFO seminar it can be completed before the visa is issued they will issue a certificate, then when you get the visa simply stop by CFO and get the stamp in the passport.


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Hello again VJer's!

I do thank all for forum advice on my topics and other postings! I am question and I am trying to figure out the best way to handle it! For the past 6 months while waiting for the NOA2, my fiance's 2 kids came down with TB. They have been undergoing treatment with antibotics for 6 months. They recent had their x-ray and exam. One child's x ray was clear and just has to take antibotics and vitamins to the end of Feburary. The doctor said the other child needs meds for a 1-2 more months. Her doctor will give them their medical history of treating the boys for the medical at ST. Luke's. I don't want to send them medical exam if their is a strong possiblity of failing the TB test. USEM is very clear when it comes to TB and visas. What is the best advice because I don't want to send them to the medical exam if they could be denied clearance and cost more money? Also, is the vaccination included in the medical exam fee or is that extra?

CFO seminar. Can the CFO seminar be done before visa interview or is it normal done afterwards?

Thanks,

Michael

The medical exam fee is inclusive of vaccines! The doctors will determine 'what' vaccines they need.

http://www.slec.ph/u...ml#medical-fees


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Daughter's' CRBA Manila Embassy 08/07/2008 dual citizenship

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Hello again VJer's!

I do thank all for forum advice on my topics and other postings! I am question and I am trying to figure out the best way to handle it! For the past 6 months while waiting for the NOA2, my fiance's 2 kids came down with TB. They have been undergoing treatment with antibotics for 6 months. They recent had their x-ray and exam. One child's x ray was clear and just has to take antibotics and vitamins to the end of Feburary. The doctor said the other child needs meds for a 1-2 more months. Her doctor will give them their medical history of treating the boys for the medical at ST. Luke's. I don't want to send them medical exam if their is a strong possiblity of failing the TB test. USEM is very clear when it comes to TB and visas. What is the best advice because I don't want to send them to the medical exam if they could be denied clearance and cost more money? Also, is the vaccination included in the medical exam fee or is that extra?

CFO seminar. Can the CFO seminar be done before visa interview or is it normal done afterwards?

Thanks,

Michael

Hi

i done that CFO seminar after i got my visa from USEM

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