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Old 06-13-2015, 07:09 AM
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Hi Shmiffy, Oh wow yeah, almost the exact same situation. We submitted ours online through immi I've already looked into the clinic that I have to go to and called about prices and all that. As with everything else involved with this visa the medicals are expensive xD Right now I'm debating on whether or not to get the medicals done before hearing from the case officer or not. If the case officer requires no additional info will we just receive a confirmation email?
What was the quote for your medical?

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Canegirl, what's the time frame on medicals as far as you know?
I was under the impression that it should be valid for 12 months, but I could be wrong as I can't remember where I heard that from.

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Canegirl, what's the time frame on medicals as far as you know? I was under the impression that it should be valid for 12 months, but I could be wrong as I can't remember where I heard that from.
It is 12 months from what I've heard.

We just didn't want to take the risk that processing times went longer for some reason and then we end up doing them again. I don't think visa's from the U.S. would take more then 12 months but I guess you never know.

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I think it was $340 something? But if it's paid in us dollars then it should be cheaper due to the exchange rate.
What are your locations? I'm guessing your the one in oz since you're online at 2am their time?

I'm currently in California. Just a night owl lol Yeah the price is roughly the same

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What was the quote for your medical?

The quote was $325

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Old 06-13-2015, 07:37 AM
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It is 12 months from what I've heard.

We just didn't want to take the risk that processing times went longer for some reason and then we end up doing them again. I don't think visa's from the U.S. would take more then 12 months but I guess you never know.
Yeah I'm a little worried about the expiration possibilities but I suppose getting them done again wouldn't be the worst thing to happen.

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Old 06-13-2015, 07:39 AM
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i'm new here i don't know where to start but all i wanna ask if were married in the Philippines and my husband is already citizen if we annulled our marriage we still go to Philippines and apply for annulment? and when we get married i was just 17 that time can somebody/someone give me an advice? please need help regarding this matter thank you in advance.Ms clarke
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I cannot answer your question unfortunately But you will likely get an answer if you post on the main forum thread Best of luck!

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The quote was $325
Just make sure that is for the medical, blood test and chest X-ray. We had to do the X-ray at another place so had to pay them separately.

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Just make sure that is for the medical, blood test and chest X-ray. We had to do the X-ray at another place so had to pay them separately.
Will do! Thanks Canegirl

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Hi, Just curious whether you have heard anything from the Land of Oz yet? It's been five more months since this discussion. Is no news good news? What was your experience like? I applied for a PMV online to marry my Aussie fiancee, and so far have heard nothing.

Wondering whether we would just be better off getting hitched there and then figuring things out after that. Any advice?


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