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I went for my medical appointent and they said my name doesn't match in their system. The doctor said he has to email the consulate and wait for a reply before completing my medical package and just go to the interview without the medical package. It's been 3 weeks and my interview is Feb 1st and still no word. The only thing the doctor said about the 'mismatch' is that there is a new e-medical system that the US government is using and someone entered my name different then it reads on my passport.

 

Anyone experience this? I am kind of freaking out. 

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SAVE database issues are common.  Our first and middle names are often combined.  

I would be emailing the consulate yourself and checking your paperwork. 


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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On 1/18/2019 at 3:41 PM, NikLR said:

SAVE database issues are common.  Our first and middle names are often combined.  

I would be emailing the consulate yourself and checking your paperwork. 

After attending my interview the consuler office said he would send something to the doctor and I should have my medical in the "next couple days". It's been a week and the doctor is claiming to have not received anything. Typically how long does it take to clear up these issues?  Should I be contacting the consulate again?  

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5 minutes ago, JennOnline said:

After attending my interview the consuler office said he would send something to the doctor and I should have my medical in the "next couple days". It's been a week and the doctor is claiming to have not received anything. Typically how long does it take to clear up these issues?  Should I be contacting the consulate again?  

I haven't a clue since most people have it done beforehand.  Which panel physican did you go to? Do you know exactly which panel physician the CO said he'd send the information?  I would contact the consulate.  Be very specific about your request to try and avoid canned answers


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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