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Hello,

 

So we're currently awaiting our NOA2 approval so I'm just pottering around getting whatever I can together to make this smoother.

 

I've checked on the website for the medical interview at London and the required information and a few reviews, however I am just wondering do I need my full medical record to take with me? Or just my patient summary and a statement regarding my very mild asthma, and discharge papers from the optician specialists from the NHS? 

 

Kind Regards,

Luke

 

 


Met while I was on holiday:  11/01/2017

Agreed that we were an item: 11/09/2017

She said yes: 04/06/2018

Filed I129f: 06/09/2018

NOA1 dated: 06/14/2018

NOA2 dated: 11/29/2018

 

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20 minutes ago, LukeU said:

I am just wondering do I need my full medical record to take with me?

They tell you specifically in the welcome email not to bring full medical records. I did (although I didn't need to show them) and I would recommend you do too, if only for piece of mind.

 

What seems to be clear is any conditions/ailments must be reported on by your GP. Also if you've had any surgery/hospital stays you will need the discharge papers for that.

 

Looking at the forum Knightsbridge medical issues are caused by lack of documents. Over subscribe yourself with your docs and you shouldn't have a problem. I wouldn't offer your extras to the reception at Knightsbridge though, they wouldn't appreciate it.

 

 

Edited by thatguyuknow

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3 minutes ago, thatguyuknow said:

They tell you specifically in the welcome email not to bring full medical records. I did (although I didn't need to show them) and I would recommend you do too, if only for piece of mind.

 

What seems to be clear is any conditions/ailments must be reported on by your GP. Also if you've had any surgery you will need the discharge papers for that.

 

Looking at the forum Knightsbridge medical issues are caused by lack of documents. Over subscribe yourself with your docs and you shouldn't have a problem. I wouldn't offer your extras to the reception at Knightsbridge though, they wouldn't appreciate it.

 

 

Thank you. I think what would be best then is get another appointment with my GP and see which conditions/ailments are on the patient summary and go from there.

 

As I'm discharged completely with no additional issues/follows ups now with the eye clinic, I'm pretty sure they have the letter for that and I'm happy. 

 

I'll just take the summary to reception and go from there really and just have all my other docs with me ready to hand over should the Doctor ask, thank you again 😁


Met while I was on holiday:  11/01/2017

Agreed that we were an item: 11/09/2017

She said yes: 04/06/2018

Filed I129f: 06/09/2018

NOA1 dated: 06/14/2018

NOA2 dated: 11/29/2018

 

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If you don't have any prior surgeries or hospital visits or anything even mildly concerning that would make Knightsbridge do a double take, the summary will probably be fine. But it would probably be better to be safe than sorry and just have your full medical records on hand just for peace of mind and in case any issues pop up.  We paid £60 and got loads of previous reports and letters but we wish we would have prepared and had it at Knightsbridge during the appointment rather than receiving a letter from Knightsbridge that day requesting further information from the GP.  It seems like you have the time to get it done now maybe that will eliminate the possibility of snags further down the line. Wishing you the best of luck.


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14 minutes ago, KristenJ said:

If you don't have any prior surgeries or hospital visits or anything even mildly concerning that would make Knightsbridge do a double take, the summary will probably be fine. But it would probably be better to be safe than sorry and just have your full medical records on hand just for peace of mind and in case any issues pop up.  We paid £60 and got loads of previous reports and letters but we wish we would have prepared and had it at Knightsbridge during the appointment rather than receiving a letter from Knightsbridge that day requesting further information from the GP.  It seems like you have the time to get it done now maybe that will eliminate the possibility of snags further down the line. Wishing you the best of luck.

Thank you, yeah I’ve had a could of hospital visits.

Outpatient wise, with the discharge papers somewhere and never an over night stay or anything that I can remember.

 

Just got back from vaccinations, checked my record out there and frustrated as a few statements probably lead to some requirements. So have to look into that in the coming weeks. 

Edited by LukeU

Met while I was on holiday:  11/01/2017

Agreed that we were an item: 11/09/2017

She said yes: 04/06/2018

Filed I129f: 06/09/2018

NOA1 dated: 06/14/2018

NOA2 dated: 11/29/2018

 

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