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Mr. Miller, urgent help with medicals - please...

Old Aug 29th 2003, 9:44 am
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Dear Mr. Miller, my wife and I did our medicals on June 26, 2003 (6 months after the AOR/Interview waiver). However, I got a letter from Buffalo dated Aug 26, 2003 asking me to inform them about whether I've done medicals or not and if I have done it the name/date and info of the DMP. I need to send them the info within the next 60 days or they'll cancel my application. While I'll send the requested info today only, I want to know whether it is normal to get such a letter from Buffalo and in what way the DMP can help me sort this out. This is a totally unwanted pain caused simply by the DMP which has hurt my immigration timeline and plans.

Thanks for your advice.

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Old Aug 29th 2003, 1:42 pm
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It is clear indication that processing officer stays on top of your case and
sent reminder because s/he didn't see medical decision yet. Just fax the
info requested.

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"Kismit" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Dear Mr. Miller, my wife and I did our medicals on June 26, 2003 (6
    > months after the AOR/Interview waiver). However, I got a letter from
    > Buffalo dated Aug 26, 2003 asking me to inform them about whether I've
    > done medicals or not and if I have done it the name/date and info of
    > the DMP. I need to send them the info within the next 60 days or they'll
    > cancel my application. While I'll send the requested info today only, I
    > want to know whether it is normal to get such a letter from Buffalo and
    > in what way the DMP can help me sort this out. This is a totally
    > unwanted pain caused simply by the DMP which has hurt my immigration
    > timeline and plans.
    > Thanks for your advice.
    > Kismit
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Old Aug 30th 2003, 1:35 am
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Default Re: Mr. Miller, urgent help with medicals - please...

Thank you so much for your response, Mr. Miller. I will fax the form that they've sent me as well as a copy of the receipt I got from my DMP that validates that we've indeed done our medicals.

On a separate note, as I understand, the visa officer in Buffalo doesn't ask Ottawa prior to asking the applicant about whether the medicals are done or not, right?

After I got the letter, I was very concerned about what would happen next - for example: redoing medicals, my DMP certifying that I have done medicals etc. However, your advice has eliminated my anxiety. :-)

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Originally posted by Andrew Miller
It is clear indication that processing officer stays on top of your case and
sent reminder because s/he didn't see medical decision yet. Just fax the
info requested.

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
________________________________


"Kismit" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Dear Mr. Miller, my wife and I did our medicals on June 26, 2003 (6
    > months after the AOR/Interview waiver). However, I got a letter from
    > Buffalo dated Aug 26, 2003 asking me to inform them about whether I've
    > done medicals or not and if I have done it the name/date and info of
    > the DMP. I need to send them the info within the next 60 days or they'll
    > cancel my application. While I'll send the requested info today only, I
    > want to know whether it is normal to get such a letter from Buffalo and
    > in what way the DMP can help me sort this out. This is a totally
    > unwanted pain caused simply by the DMP which has hurt my immigration
    > timeline and plans.
    > Thanks for your advice.
    > Kismit
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
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