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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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I wanna ask about my medical that happened Monday April 11 and heres my story. I booked my hotel in Hotel Soriente, a few blocks away from St Lukes. Went at St. Lukes exactly 4:30 am. I had all checklist that needed for my medical. Passport etc. Then the battle begins at 6:00 am. Medical fee (P9,174.00) Vital sign counter. Eye examination, Height and Weight, Chest Xray, Urine test, Physical Exam and lastly, Vaccines. Everything went well but during my physical exam the doctor ask me about my annulment i said its done already and she asked if i had my annulment court record with me i said no, thats why she told me to give them a copy when i come back the next day. And when i come back next day Tuesday for 9:00 am appointment. I give the annulment court decree (finality and decision) went to the lobby and wait till i die :whistle: My name called at 11:30 am at counter N. Someone told me that I need to talk with their Psychiatrist and with additional fee of P1000.00 before they give me my result. so they scheduled me on April 16 (Monday). Im so confused (again) if i can attend my interview. DId you guys have the same problem regarding with this test?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Country specific issue with medical moving to PI regional.


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Filed: Country: Philippines
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You need to finish up the medical with the psychiatrist, if you attend the interview prior to being cleared by St. Luke's, you can expect to get a 221g for sure.


"The Marines I have seen around the world have the cleanest bodies, the filthiest minds, the highest morale, and the lowest morals of any group of animals I have ever seen. Thank God for the United States Marine Corps!" - Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the United States, 1945.

"Retreat hell! We just got here!"

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You need to finish up the medical with the psychiatrist, if you attend the interview prior to being cleared by St. Luke's, you can expect to get a 221g for sure.

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You need to finish up the medical with the psychiatrist, if you attend the interview prior to being cleared by St. Luke's, you can expect to get a 221g for sure.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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I wanna ask about my medical that happened Monday April 11 and heres my story. I booked my hotel in Hotel Soriente, a few blocks away from St Lukes. Went at St. Lukes exactly 4:30 am. I had all checklist that needed for my medical. Passport etc. Then the battle begins at 6:00 am. Medical fee (P9,174.00) Vital sign counter. Eye examination, Height and Weight, Chest Xray, Urine test, Physical Exam and lastly, Vaccines. Everything went well but during my physical exam the doctor ask me about my annulment i said its done already and she asked if i had my annulment court record with me i said no, thats why she told me to give them a copy when i come back the next day. And when i come back next day Tuesday for 9:00 am appointment. I give the annulment court decree (finality and decision) went to the lobby and wait till i die :whistle: My name called at 11:30 am at counter N. Someone told me that I need to talk with their Psychiatrist and with additional fee of P1000.00 before they give me my result. so they scheduled me on April 16 (Monday). Im so confused (again) if i can attend my interview. DId you guys have the same problem regarding with this test?

:crying:

Psychological Evals are normally order for some of the following:

Annulled due to psychological incapacity, Excessive Tattoos, Suicidal Scars, Mental history (Severe Depression, Drug abuse etc..).

The exam is unavoidable once they order it. She will need to just stay calm and explain when, what, where and why. She will need to be Confident, Truthful, Calm and Confidence is the key here.

The doctor will try and question her integrity. She must stick to her story she originally stated. If the doctor does not believe her. They will order additional Psychological Exam (PEPS).

Psychological Evaluation fee is $23 USD/ P1000 (1 hour or less).

Psychological Exam (PEPS)is ordered, the exam fee is $70 USD/ P3000 Pesos.PEPS is an Psychological Exam. Where they will have her answer hundreds of questions, puzzle, drawings to make sure she isn't crazy. It is a all day Exam 8 - 12 hours long.

Good news is that most persons ask to do Psych. Evals are approve and move on to the next step (Interview). Unless you are lying and missing up your story. You have nothing to really worry about. Confidence and Prayer will help you through this extra step.

Good luck and God Bless!!!

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Don't worry about the psych evaluation. The interviewer knows there is no divorce in the Philippines and that Filipinos sometimes use "psychological incapacitation" as a convenient reason for annulment. They just want to make sure that you're not actually crazy. The evaluation shouldn't take more than 15 minutes.


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That's great news! :thumbs:


"The Marines I have seen around the world have the cleanest bodies, the filthiest minds, the highest morale, and the lowest morals of any group of animals I have ever seen. Thank God for the United States Marine Corps!" - Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the United States, 1945.

"Retreat hell! We just got here!"

CAPT. LLOYD WILLIAMS, USMC

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Your embassy interview with the consul officer also will take about ten minutes.

Best wishes for a speedy visa delivery. :star:


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