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20 minutes ago, dayana1988 said:

how do i know when i need to do the medical exams.?do i get a letter requesting them or no? from juarez/.

You need to do it before the interview.   


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6 minutes ago, dayana1988 said:

But do i get a letter saying like book the medical exam or i just booked ? 

Check the CDJ website,  much information is there


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1 minute ago, dayana1988 said:

Can you provide me with a link. I already  book the interview.and finger prints!! But not sure  about medical exam?.

Google is your friend,  that is what I did

 

https://mx.usembassy.gov/es/visas-es/visa-de-prometido/como-iniciar-el-proceso-de-visa-de-residencia/


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29 minutes ago, dayana1988 said:

yes! for sure, but my question is if the embassy will send a request for it?or i just can go ahead and booked without any noticed from embassy

If you already have your iterview date at the embassy then you can book  your medical exam.

 

This one is  for Mexico, make sure it is the updated information:

https://mx.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/Mexwide-202-CDJ-439-SEP2018-ESP.pdf

 

The results of the medical exam can take  more than a week to be ready  so try to book your exam for at least 2 week ahead of your interview day at the embassy.

 

If you are given your medical exam for delivery to the Consulate, DO NOT OPEN the sealed envelope. If you open your medical exam, you must schedule and pay for a new medical exam.

 

Si a usted se le entrega los resultado su examen médico para que lo entregue al Consulado, NO ABRA el sobre sellado.  Si usted abre su examen médico, usted deberá programar y pagar un nuevo examen médico.

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35 minutes ago, dayana1988 said:

yes! for sure, but my question is if the embassy will send a request for it?or i just can go ahead and booked without any noticed from embassy

K1 visa are applicant driven,  the consulate is far too busy to hold your hand and lead you step by step 


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36 minutes ago, dayana1988 said:

yes! for sure, but my question is if the embassy will send a request for it?or i just can go ahead and booked without any noticed from embassy

From the link you were given

 

En Ciudad Juárez, existen dos clínicas autorizadas para procesar exámenes médicos a los solicitantes de visa. Las clínicas están localizadas cerca del Consulado. Los solicitantes deberán presentar su hoja de cita para poder hacer el examen médico. Las clínicas atienden a los solicitantes sin previa cita en un horario de 6:00 am a 11:00 de lunes a viernes.

Nombre y dirección de las clínicas (en orden alfabético):

Clínica Médica Internacional
Av. Ramon Rivera Lara #9020
Fracc. Las Lunas
Ciudad Juárez, Chih., México C.P. 32543
Teléfono: (011-52-656) 227-2800
Fax: (011-52-656) 227-2808
Llamada gratuita desde Mexico: 01-800-801-8585
Llamada gratuita desde Estados Unidos: 1-844-624-9447
http://www.clinicamedicainternacional.com.mx/

Servicios Médicos de la Frontera
Prol. Ramon Rivera Lara #8950
Col. Partido Senecú
Ciudad Juárez, Chih., México C.P. 32540
TEL: (011-52-656) 688-2700
FAX: (011-52-656) 688-2701
Llamada gratuita desde México: 01 800 201-8472
Llamada gratuita desde Estados Unidos: 1-844-847-5340
www.smf.com.mx

NOTA: Únicamente para los solicitantes que residen en el Estado de Mexico y la Ciudad de México, deben acudir obligatoriamente a la siguiente clínica médica autorizada:

Medicos Especializados Internacionales
Hamburgo 206, interior 2014, segundo piso
Colonia Juárez, Delegación Cuauhtémoc,
Ciudad de México  06600
TEL: (55)2624-0630 y (55)5207-3794 ext. 101
www.mei-mexico.com

El horario de atención telefónica para la clínica de la Ciudad de México es de 8:00 a 14:00.  El horario de atención de la clínica a solicitantes de visa es de 7:30 a.m. a 12:00 p.m., de lunes a viernes.

El costo de los exámenes médicos en cualquiera de las clínicas es:

  • Solicitantes de 15 años o más: $220.00 dólares o su equivalente en moneda nacional.
  • Solicitantes de entre 2 y 14 años de edad: $178.00 dólares o su equivalente en moneda nacional.
  • Solicitantes menores de 2 años: $135.00 dólares o su equivalente en moneda nacional.

Al valor total del examen médico se le deberá agregar el 16% de I.V.A. El pago puede ser en efectivo o con cargo a tarjetas de crédito Visa y MasterCard.

El costo de las vacunas es adicional al del examen médico.


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

HandArrow.gif       Visa Process at USEM for the Philippines;  https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

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23 hours ago, dayana1988 said:

how do i know when i need to do the medical exams.?do i get a letter requesting them or no? from juarez/.

You do get a letter,but no need to wait for it, sometimes bc of post office could be late,so just book it after NOA2. 

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