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I went to st Luke's hospital yesterday (january 8- tuesday) around 12nn and the process went smoothly. It was so nice that I went during lunch time because I don't need to fall in line. First I did is to gave my requirements on the first floor right side U can see a signage there something like US reception area then next I paid my medical fee. So the first step i did on the medical process is the x-ray  second is blood test third is urine test fourth is immunization interview then the last is the physical exam this includes checking your weight,height,blood pressure,eyes then last thing is I went inside a private room the doctor asked me to undress ohhh no i got anxious all I knew is i need to take off all my clothes including underwear but its not only my pants and tshirt. The doctor only asked few questions and checked my heart beat then checked my whole body(left side,right side and my back).The doctor is super nice she talked smoothly i really like her i don't know her name but her room is at no 10. I finished my medical around 2:30pm that was totally fast.  January 9 today at 2pm they asked me to return for the result. I can't stop thinking about the result of my medical, feels like torture for me, I can't sleep even my fiance told me think positive but theres a little negative on my mind because of what Ive read on here and what Ive watched on YouTube that they gone sputum test it's feels me anxious. So at 2pm I returned to the hospital the guard type my name I think or my receipt no then here you go it say second floor that means I passed the medical so I'm for immunization yippy I got teary eyes and thank God I passed. They gave me 3 vaccines then I went to releasing area they gave the cd the brown envelope for the usem it says do not open then the immunization record. Finally one step closer...looking forward to the last step which is my interview. Answered prayer. Thanks God.

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3 hours ago, Maeph said:

I went to st Luke's hospital yesterday (january 8- tuesday) around 12nn and the process went smoothly. It was so nice that I went during lunch time because I don't need to fall in line. First I did is to gave my requirements on the first floor right side U can see a signage there something like US reception area then next I paid my medical fee. So the first step i did on the medical process is the x-ray  second is blood test third is urine test fourth is immunization interview then the last is the physical exam this includes checking your weight,height,blood pressure,eyes then last thing is I went inside a private room the doctor asked me to undress ohhh no i got anxious all I knew is i need to take off all my clothes including underwear but its not only my pants and tshirt. The doctor only asked few questions and checked my heart beat then checked my whole body(left side,right side and my back).The doctor is super nice she talked smoothly i really like her i don't know her name but her room is at no 10. I finished my medical around 2:30pm that was totally fast.  January 9 today at 2pm they asked me to return for the result. I can't stop thinking about the result of my medical, feels like torture for me, I can't sleep even my fiance told me think positive but theres a little negative on my mind because of what Ive read on here and what Ive watched on YouTube that they gone sputum test it's feels me anxious. So at 2pm I returned to the hospital the guard type my name I think or my receipt no then here you go it say second floor that means I passed the medical so I'm for immunization yippy I got teary eyes and thank God I passed. They gave me 3 vaccines then I went to releasing area they gave the cd the brown envelope for the usem it says do not open then the immunization record. Finally one step closer...looking forward to the last step which is my interview. Answered prayer. Thanks God.

1st big hurdle crossed!!    :)  


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On 1/9/2019 at 11:01 PM, Maeph said:

I went to st Luke's hospital yesterday (january 8- tuesday) around 12nn and the process went smoothly. It was so nice that I went during lunch time because I don't need to fall in line. First I did is to gave my requirements on the first floor right side U can see a signage there something like US reception area then next I paid my medical fee. So the first step i did on the medical process is the x-ray  second is blood test third is urine test fourth is immunization interview then the last is the physical exam this includes checking your weight,height,blood pressure,eyes then last thing is I went inside a private room the doctor asked me to undress ohhh no i got anxious all I knew is i need to take off all my clothes including underwear but its not only my pants and tshirt. The doctor only asked few questions and checked my heart beat then checked my whole body(left side,right side and my back).The doctor is super nice she talked smoothly i really like her i don't know her name but her room is at no 10. I finished my medical around 2:30pm that was totally fast.  January 9 today at 2pm they asked me to return for the result. I can't stop thinking about the result of my medical, feels like torture for me, I can't sleep even my fiance told me think positive but theres a little negative on my mind because of what Ive read on here and what Ive watched on YouTube that they gone sputum test it's feels me anxious. So at 2pm I returned to the hospital the guard type my name I think or my receipt no then here you go it say second floor that means I passed the medical so I'm for immunization yippy I got teary eyes and thank God I passed. They gave me 3 vaccines then I went to releasing area they gave the cd the brown envelope for the usem it says do not open then the immunization record. Finally one step closer...looking forward to the last step which is my interview. Answered prayer. Thanks God.

Is the address for the medical for 1177 j bocobo st. Ermita, Manila?


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1 hour ago, sy_ny said:

Is the address for the medical for 1177 j bocobo st. Ermita, Manila?

 Yes it is.

 

http://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/medical---slec.html

 


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On ‎1‎/‎9‎/‎2019 at 9:08 AM, payxibka said:

Your experience is the same as 90+ percentage of people but we only hear the bad.  It is good to hear a positive 

IF you show up at medial around lunch time on any other day than Monday then it is a breeze.

 

they are conditonied to show up early and fall in line for hours....... This is the PI way,............

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6 hours ago, justlove said:

Is SLEC open on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) or just weekdays only? Thanks

St. Luke's OPENING HOURS start at 7:30 AM  Monday - Friday, excluding holidays. 
 

http://www.slec.ph/us-visa-applicants.shtml#required-docs


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      HandArrow.gif.adeb854ba620933849ae921ca0b44a0c.gif  Link to the Visa Process for Manila Embassy once you have your NOA2 : Click Here

 

Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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