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Medical Exams for k1 Visa in Lima (need feedback)

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My wife used Dra. Viviana. She had no problems with Viviana. However, member Aguilayserpiente experienced problems with Viviana. His post is here about 4 or 5 months past.

My wife and I are CR1 visa, so there are some differences in medical.

Sincerely,

Magnus

Also, the total cost for exam and vacunas was about $215.

Suerte,

Magnus

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My wife went first for her medical exam...and then two weeks later, she returned for her vaccinations. She had a total of four injections for 6 vacunas. In our case, we had plenty of time. Remember that we are a CR1 case, so some differences are between us.

My wife said Dra. Viviana was nice and that she prefered a female Doctor to a male Dr. You should call her office to see if it can be completed in one visit. I am pretty sure it can be.

As soon as we new our interview date, recieved the interview email, we called the Dra to make appointment.

Sincerely,

Magnus

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I went to Dr. Corigliano, no problemas! He didn't check any further than my belly... And all it's done in clinica Angloamericana. I've heard rumors, that if you go to Dra. Melinchon you need to go to Angloamericana to do the blood exam and x-ray... dunno that for sure though


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We just did this but also for a CR-1 Visa.

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My other half went to the one in San Isidro and, when he asked for the document about the vaccines (DS-3025), they refused to give it or a copy to him. He did have to return a second time for more shots.

Just because of the vaccine form, I'd personally recommend the one in Miraflores.


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My other half went to the one in San Isidro and, when he asked for the document about the vaccines (DS-3025), they refused to give it or a copy to him. He did have to return a second time for more shots.

Just because of the vaccine form, I'd personally recommend the one in Miraflores.

Sorry to say, but the one in Miraflores doesn't give you a copy of your shots or no need of them (as my case) as well. They say it's on the package and no need for you to have a copy.... damn if only they knew....


10-24-2012: AOS, EAD, AP Sent

11-04-2012: NOA1 AOS, EAD, AP

11-06-2012: Biometrics App Letter

11-16-2012: My baby boy was born

11-19-2012: Biometrics Appointment

12-29-2012: AP Approved

01-04-2013: EAD Approved

01-10-2013: Combo Card Arrived

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Thanks to all of you for the feedback

My other half went to the one in San Isidro and, when he asked for the document about the vaccines (DS-3025), they refused to give it or a copy to him. He did have to return a second time for more shots.

Just because of the vaccine form, I'd personally recommend the one in Miraflores.

Thanks. was it a;; done in one day?

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He was required to return 2 weeks later for one more vaccine. The earlier that medical is scheduled, the better--anything can turn up that requires delays and, so if you have a month 'til the interview, that gives a little more time to "fix or finish" things.

The initial visit to the San Isidros clinic was about 2 hours excluding transport time.


Perú's K-1 embassy packet can be viewed in our photos.
Travel Tips for Perú (& South America)
Our Immigration Experience
Seat Guru Flight seating!
Airport Processing Times - http://awt.cbp.gov/
POE-Houston? Pictures and info.....POE-Houston (other languages)....


Attention NEW K-1 Filers: (2012) Possible 1st year costs = Possibly 3K+$ for first year including fees for mailing, documents, supplies, etc.. NOT including travel costs. Process: 1.)Apply-340$ 2.)RFE? 3.) Med-300??$ 4.)Interview-350$ 5.)Surrender passport. 6.)Get Visa. 7.)Fly here. 8.) Marry in 90 days. 9.) Submit apps to stay, work, & travel-1070$ 10.) Biometrics-More fingerprinting 11.) GREENCARD ISSUED APR 9TH, 2013-11 MONTHS FOR AOS!
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