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Thailand: When can I order a Police Cert and Medical?

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I checked online and the Bangkok Embassy has received my packet (they have 2 case files which is weird). Either way I want to know:

 

Can we get order the police certificate and medical exam now or do we have to wait for the actual packet 3 letter? 

I want to do the medical ASAP because it takes 2 weeks to get all the results when you do it in Chiang Mai.

 

Also for the vaccinations, is my fiance required to get all of them or as many as she can? Is there a test to see which ones she has? Other than recently her 

'medical records' are spotty. 

 

Thanks!!

 

P.S. Looking for Thailand specific answers please.

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16 hours ago, Deanwinchester said:

I checked online and the Bangkok Embassy has received my packet (they have 2 case files which is weird). Either way I want to know:

 

Can we get order the police certificate and medical exam now or do we have to wait for the actual packet 3 letter? 

I want to do the medical ASAP because it takes 2 weeks to get all the results when you do it in Chiang Mai.

 

Also for the vaccinations, is my fiance required to get all of them or as many as she can? Is there a test to see which ones she has? Other than recently her 

'medical records' are spotty. 

 

Thanks!!

 

P.S. Looking for Thailand specific answers please.

You do not have to wait for anything, you can do it all ahead of time.  My fiancee did her police report, certificate of never being married, and some missing shot vaccines before her medical exam she needed.   The police report will take about 3 to 4 weeks, and the shots she can call around to medical offices soon as you mention K1 most medical offices knows what you are talking about if your at a big city like Chiang Mai or Bangkok.  They will do some blood tests to see which ones you need and give you a little booklet with all her shots she gotten.   Some vaccinations can be done in the US before AOS.  Dont forget the certificate of never being married if she has never married.  

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3 hours ago, Tidus992 said:

You do not have to wait for anything, you can do it all ahead of time.  My fiancee did her police report, certificate of never being married, and some missing shot vaccines before her medical exam she needed.   The police report will take about 3 to 4 weeks, and the shots she can call around to medical offices soon as you mention K1 most medical offices knows what you are talking about if your at a big city like Chiang Mai or Bangkok.  They will do some blood tests to see which ones you need and give you a little booklet with all her shots she gotten.   Some vaccinations can be done in the US before AOS.  Dont forget the certificate of never being married if she has never married.  

Ok great!

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