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I'm aware there is a thread on this already but I can't find it anywhere. I'm about to schedule my medical and I'm looking at the price list. Standard medical exams are £235... but below it says about everything else; xrays, dna collection, drug test etc... however it doesn't say in the instructions if these are needed or not... im so confused. Do we have to pay for these on top of the £235 exam or are they included if needed?


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I'm aware there is a thread on this already but I can't find it anywhere. I'm about to schedule my medical and I'm looking at the price list. Standard medical exams are £235... but below it says about everything else; xrays, dna collection, drug test etc... however it doesn't say in the instructions if these are needed or not... im so confused. Do we have to pay for these on top of the £235 exam or are they included if needed?

That fee covers everything unless you choose to get shots there rather than at your GP. Or if you appear high and smell of weed, they could send you for a drug test and you would be responsible for that. Generally the £235 is all you pay.


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here is a link to the long running london medical thread

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/8321-london-medical-knightsbridge-doctors/

I used this to help me through it all, its handy to read others experiences to guide you through and so you know what to expect. I used to start at the end rather then the beginning to get the newest dated info :)
good luck xxx

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You will *definitely* have an x-ray and some blood taken.

As mentioned above, other tests may be done if deemed required.


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* How? Read my DCF London I-130 for CR1/IR1 Spouse Guide

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