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Acc to paperwork it says 3 per applicant..When the nice lady from Panel in Toronto called me she said 2 pics for me (im pregnant so no chest xray maybe) and 1 per child?

I def dont want to not have enough copies? What did everyone bring? What was taken?


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Try e-mailing them here Panel.Physicians@panelphysicians.com specifying that you were wondering if you only need to bring two photos because you are pregnant or if you actually need three, and if you only need one photo per child. They are known for replying quickly to e-mails.

I brought 3 photos when I had my medical in Toronto last June but the office has moved since then and perhaps some of the procedures have changed as well. Make sure to bring a letter from your doctor confirming your pregnancy.

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I booked for me and my 2 kids last week. This is what my confirmation email from them said:

You must bring:

The letter from the US Consulate with all 3 names and your case number

A valid passport each

3 passport size pictures for you 1 passport size picture for each child

$300.00 for you $150.00 each for your children Canadian Funds payable by cash or money order only.

You must provide proof of vaccinations.


If she told you to only bring 2 photos, maybe it is because you are pregnant, but if you are worried, take 3 and then you know you are covered. Worst case, you bring one photo home with you.

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