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This post explains our experience at Rele Clinic, Mumbai. Documents and other things required: Orig passport and 1 copy of the same Interview letter US visa photo - per person 8 photos Immunization record original and 1 copy Reading glasses if any. I called up Rele Clinic as soon as I got my P4 and set an appointment over the phone. Our appointment was set for 8.30 am. We reached there around 8.25am, the place was already packed. We went ahead and got a token and waited for our turn to be called. (If you are going with kids, carry a sweater or jacket; its really cold inside) Once the token no was called. We were asked to fill docs and submit all the documents as per requirement. (as mentioned above) Soon, they called each on of us for Eye test, Blood draw, urine testing, Chest Xray (no chest xray was done for our kids). Mantoux test was done for kids and we were asked to return after 48 hrs to get it read. Once all the examination was done, We had complete head to toe physical examination (Except UG everything was asked to be removed and a gown was given). The attending doctor went on like a bullet train with a set of questions. I answered NO to all of them. (Female Dr for Females and Male Dr for Males). Once that was done she explained the need of 3 vaccines that were mandatory for immigration. (I carried my vaccine records). I had to take all 3 of them in one shot. (Carry all the vaccine records possible. My husband did not have any records so he was required to take 4 vaccines. It is advisable you get the vaccines from your local physician and carry a note from him that you were vaccinated). Kids got more vaccines (4 to 5 in one shot). With the completion of all examination and vaccination, we were asked to pay the total bill towards it (came close to INR 48,000 for 4 of us). We were asked to come after 3 days to collect the report (Carry the payment receipt and passport copy). The report was kept in a sealed pack - this has to be carried to the consulate. A CD was also given - this needs to be taken along to POE not consulate. Another sheet having the summary of vaccines were also given - this is for our personal use. After the tiring day , we headed to B Merwan in Grant Road and had amazing Irani food.