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Awaiting final answer from NVC, scheduele dr appointment or not?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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Hard to make a good topic. But we have sent in the RFEs that NVC requested, they've now had them for two weeks. Would it be stupid of me to try to scheduele the drs appointment now? Or should I wait til I get some kind of answer from them? I can't remember if I needed some kind of paperwork or not for the drs appointment last time, but it was DCF then so everything was so much easier in general...

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I think you should wait for your case to be completed. I waited my case to be completed. Then I started my medical exams, before I could finish they schedules an interview, but it was almost two months in advance. They recommend to wait for an interview date before starting your medical exams though.


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Hard to make a good topic. But we have sent in the RFEs that NVC requested, they've now had them for two weeks. Would it be stupid of me to try to scheduele the drs appointment now? Or should I wait til I get some kind of answer from them? I can't remember if I needed some kind of paperwork or not for the drs appointment last time, but it was DCF then so everything was so much easier in general...

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Sweden
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Go for it! I had my medical exam done before an interview was scheduled. Your exam will be valid for a year, unless you are pregnant then it will be valid for 6 months. From time to time it can be hard to get an appointment with the docs you can chose from in Sweden, after all you only have a couple to chose from. You don't need no papers to get your medicals done. I went to Bulow in Stockholm, he was very good!


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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Thanks guys, is there a list somewhere for who is valid to go to? It will be Stockholm for me too and I seem to remember a list of approved doctors last time I did this... allthough that was a few years ago now. Just want this done and over with allready.

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