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Chris Musillo on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration

CHANGES TO THE MANILA MEDICAL EXAM PROCESS

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by Chris Musillo

The US Embassy – Manila has begun a new medical exam process. Effective January 5, 2015, St. Luke’s Medical Center Extension Clinic (SLMCEC) will release the medical exam results directly to the applicants unless instructed otherwise by the Panel Physician.

Immigrant Visa applicants are reminded to bring the sealed medical exam report to their scheduled interview at the U.S. Embassy Manila. If your medical exam pouch is tampered, the Embassy will instruct you to return your exam to the SLMCEC for resealing.

Detailed information about the medical exam process is available at the US Embassy’s website.


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  1. dupontlaw@aol.com's Avatar
    The real problem with St. Lukes is physicians grilling applicants on their history of drug use.

    They employ coercive techniques unavailable to Embassy officials and essentially step into the shoes
    of consular officers since their recorded responses are used without further review to deny/refuse
    immigrant visas.

    Also examining physicians names are not revealed to patients.

    Physician's notes should not be relied upon without further questioning.

    There should be oversight and more than one hospital employed for this purpose.

    Questions concerning drug use are made at the behest of the CDC and should not be used for DHS refusals.

    RJD
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