RafaelTexas's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Rafael
Beneficiary's Name: Agus
VJ Member: RafaelTexas
Last Updated: 2021-06-10
Immigration Checklist for Rafael & Agus:
Timeline Comments: 3
RafaelTexas on 2019-06-05 said:
Unfortunately when my beneficiary went to his medical exam at Premier Bintaro, they suspected TB and requested he go through the sputum test, a 3 month wait. He tested positive and then required to go to treatment. Premier Bintaro said if treatment done in their hospital in Jakarta, wait only six months to retest but if done elsewhere in the country wait of one year from time of treatment finish. My beneficiary lived in another island, Sumatra and not able to stay in Jakarta for six months. He had treatment in his hometown and finished in December 2018, called the hospital in Jakarta and they told him that he needed to contact them in December 2019. I emailed the US Embassy in Jakarta and they informed me they will leave the petition open until he finishes his medical exam. Thus we wait.
RafaelTexas on 2020-01-14 said:
Well, after having to wait one year after completing the TB testing, my beneficiary went today to his Medical Exam again today. Paid IDR 3,900,000.00 quite a much larger amount that I had seen on line. Awaiting results.
RafaelTexas on 2021-06-04 said:
Finally after many years, 3 medical tests and 3 Sputum Tests for TB, each a three month process and increasingly more expensive every time he went back to take it, Visa Approved on 6/3/2021. Blessings
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