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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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My fiancee and I are winding up the end of the 6 month treatment in St. Lukes. Last culture was negative after 8 weeks. Last meds are Mid-July.

I hear conflicting stories as to whether or not there is a post last treatment culture or not.

I also here conflicting stories as to whether or not a whole new medical is needed, a new NBI, or a new CENOMAR is needed.

Is there anyone that can clarify this grey area?

thank you.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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My fiancee and I are winding up the end of the 6 month treatment in St. Lukes. Last culture was negative after 8 weeks. Last meds are Mid-July.

I hear conflicting stories as to whether or not there is a post last treatment culture or not.

I also here conflicting stories as to whether or not a whole new medical is needed, a new NBI, or a new CENOMAR is needed.

Is there anyone that can clarify this grey area?

thank you.

I am not sure on the TB process at St. Lukes.

National Statistics Office (NSO) does not put any expiration date on the document/s.

However, end-users such as the Department of Foreign Affairs and embassies require the copy of the document/s not older than six (6) months from the date of payment.

Same goes for the CENOMAR. The Consulate may request for more recent CENOMAR and NBI Clearance.

Best to get new ones, since it will be more than 6 months old on the previous ones.


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Filed: Other Country: Philippines
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My fiancee and I are winding up the end of the 6 month treatment in St. Lukes. Last culture was negative after 8 weeks. Last meds are Mid-July.

I hear conflicting stories as to whether or not there is a post last treatment culture or not.

I also here conflicting stories as to whether or not a whole new medical is needed, a new NBI, or a new CENOMAR is needed.

Is there anyone that can clarify this grey area?

thank you.

The max time the visa is valid is six months, but the date that is tied to the date of the medical not the interview approval date. So the question is will the medical date be the date that St. Luke's gives you the all is clear now or an old date?

As for NBI and CENOMAR I would get new ones just to be on the safe side being it has been 6 months.


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