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I have seen some conflicting answers in regards to what happens if your loved one needs a sputum test. Do I reschedule the interview or does St. Lukes? Can we keep the same interview date and then submit the medical results? Please help me in this matter.

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I have seen some conflicting answers in regards to what happens if your loved one needs a sputum test. Do I reschedule the interview or does St. Lukes? Can we keep the same interview date and then submit the medical results? Please help me in this matter.

If SLEC determines a person needs to complete the sputum test, they will notify the embassy and cancel your interview. However St. Luke's will not reschedule the interview, it is best you call to do this after the medical is complete (calling may net you a better date in this situation ;) )


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If SLEC determines a person needs to complete the sputum test, they will notify the embassy and cancel your interview. However St. Luke's will not reschedule the interview, it is best you call to do this after the medical is complete (calling may net you a better date in this situation ;) )

Thanks...My wife is going for day two of the Sputum exam....We had hoped to be together by Christmas. Our interview was on the 9th of December. Just another bump in the road I suppose..hopefully all goes well in 2 months.

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