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What happens now to my PNP application?

Old Jan 3rd 2008, 8:16 am
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Originally Posted by the davis family
Just to reassure you don't worry about the medical, if you want to know the details I'll PM you. I guess you will be going to the same one we went to because there is only one in Regina that's does them.
Was it Dr Lai then?


Yes please PM me - very nice receptionist brushed over what gets done - maybe we shouldnt know in detail. She said it took 3 hours is this right.
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Old Jan 3rd 2008, 9:22 am
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Originally Posted by Alvic
Was it Dr Lai then?


Yes please PM me - very nice receptionist brushed over what gets done - maybe we shouldnt know in detail. She said it took 3 hours is this right.
Well with the waiting and then driving to other side of town to get Xrays, yes probably, medicals with Doc took 10 mins
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Old Jan 4th 2008, 2:20 am
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Originally Posted by PMM
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Your spouse needs a new medical, according to CIC TWP/Visitor medicals are not valid for Immigration purposes.
I can only report what i am getting told from CIC London and that is 2 medicals one for me and one for my son.

plus pay slips, photo copy of my WP visa and a letter from my employer to say he will make my job permanent.


PS see you Alvic at Manchester
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Old Jan 4th 2008, 6:17 am
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Originally Posted by peachgary
I can only report what i am getting told from CIC London and that is 2 medicals one for me and one for my son.

plus pay slips, photo copy of my WP visa and a letter from my employer to say he will make my job permanent.


PS see you Alvic at Manchester
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Old Jan 4th 2008, 7:43 am
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Originally Posted by Alvic
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Mea Culpa, Sec 9.3 of the FW manual was changed 05/Dec/07 where if the SW medical was less than a year previous and it was M1/M2. a new medical may not be required.
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