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I saw a post on here recently that said ST. Lukes was providing the medical examination documentation to the applicant when the medical exam was completed. The posted indicated that the old process was for St. Lukes to send the medical documents to the Embassy. The old process required the applicant to wait 7-10 days before going for an interview to ensure the medical documentation arrived at the embassy.

If the process has changed, that the applicant now hand carries the required medical documentation, does that mean there is no longer a need to wait 7-10 days between the physical exam and the interview?

Thanks in advance for your responses.

Edmund

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I saw a post on here recently that said ST. Lukes was providing the medical examination documentation to the applicant when the medical exam was completed. The posted indicated that the old process was for St. Lukes to send the medical documents to the Embassy. The old process required the applicant to wait 7-10 days before going for an interview to ensure the medical documentation arrived at the embassy.

If the process has changed, that the applicant now hand carries the required medical documentation, does that mean there is no longer a need to wait 7-10 days between the physical exam and the interview?

Thanks in advance for your responses.

Edmund

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St.lukes still doing the old medical process, just like what happen to my medical report yesterday and to other applicants they said they will forward it to embassy and asked if it will cause delay to my interview date?

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n. MEDICAL EXAMINATION. All K1 and K2 visa applicants must complete a medical examination at St.

Luke’s Extension Clinic at least a week before the interview appointment. Refer to the instructions (see

separate page) regarding the medical examination.



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just got done my medical yesterday.

went fine and I got the sealed result with me to bring on my interview appointment.

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Edited by stephytx

09.06.14- Sent I-129f

09.11.14- NOA1 email

09.15.14- Alien Reg. changed

11.18.14- NOA2

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Thanks for the update.


Hank

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I figure it will take a few months before all the bugs are ironed out.


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It will take few months before they will issue my visa? After I get approved?

No, it will take a few months for SLEC to iron the bugs out of releasing the medical file to the applicant or sending it directly to USEM


Hank

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Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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No, it will take a few months for SLEC to iron the bugs out of releasing the medical file to the applicant or sending it directly to USEM

yah that's right the adjustment of slec on their new processing.

too bad it takes forever to get your result be released Im done with my vaccines 1pm, and need to wait for the result I got the sealed envelope around 10pm.

Edited by stephytx

09.06.14- Sent I-129f

09.11.14- NOA1 email

09.15.14- Alien Reg. changed

11.18.14- NOA2

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