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Meow Sep 23rd 2008 11:09 am

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 
I am not really understanding why anyone is worrying about having a chest x-ray anyway. Is there such a thing as a phobia of x-rays then?


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busybee2 Sep 23rd 2008 11:09 am

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 
which one new one or old one, i am not getting into a slagging match with you about it, so how many photos did you give in to al noor, as that should be a different number if you dont do the xray, which i was told by them that housewifes because they are not working dont need to do the xray and so one less photo.

arbroath_abroad Sep 23rd 2008 11:16 am

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 

Originally Posted by busybee2 (Post 6811254)
which one new one or old one, i am not getting into a slagging match with you about it, so how many photos did you give in to al noor, as that should be a different number if you dont do the xray, which i was told by them that housewifes because they are not working dont need to do the xray and so one less photo.

the old one in town. and as for the photos, shucks i cant really remember.

She is a housewife, it says so on her visa, but she definately had a chest xray

it was for a jafza visa though (just to further complicate things):D

busybee2 Sep 23rd 2008 11:18 am

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 
there you go then, that explains it:thumbsup:

busybee2 Sep 23rd 2008 11:19 am

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 
photos: one for file, one for bloods, one for ministry of health and if you are required to do chest xray another photo for that but this is for 'private' company and not free zone etc.

arbroath_abroad Sep 23rd 2008 11:27 am

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 

Originally Posted by busybee2 (Post 6811282)
there you go then, that explains it:thumbsup:

im still confused..

well actually im not as i dont really care:rofl:

busybee2 Sep 23rd 2008 11:49 am

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 
oh didums :wub:

arbroath_abroad Sep 23rd 2008 12:03 pm

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 

Originally Posted by busybee2 (Post 6811390)
oh didums :wub:

its official I love Busybee.

Lets go have an xray...

Tansy Sep 24th 2008 6:00 pm

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 
just returned from al noor, had blood test AND chest xray on housewife visa.
Handed in 2 photo's (!) all painless and over with in 20 mins.

Mukozon Jan 5th 2009 10:44 am

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 
Could you provide more info on the blood test? Do they also test for drugs?

MrsHaps Jan 5th 2009 11:05 am

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 

Originally Posted by Mukozon (Post 7128078)
Could you provide more info on the blood test? Do they also test for drugs?


why, are you on drugs...?

Mukozon Jan 5th 2009 11:09 am

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 
Nothing but the usual European nightlife...;)

MrsHaps Jan 5th 2009 11:21 am

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 

Originally Posted by Mukozon (Post 7128126)
Nothing but the usual European nightlife...;)


tut tut - whatever do you mean!

Kim67 Jan 5th 2009 11:55 am

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 

Originally Posted by busybee2 (Post 6810683)
to gain a visa you must have a medical, if you are in military for example they make the kids take the test as well, which i dont agree with, but the worker needs to have the usual medical (blood test) and also the chest xray etc, but as a housewife you only need to do the blood work.

Houswives need the chest xray too. I think it may be recent, but myself and all the ladies I know who've had their residency in the last six months have had chest xray too.

busybee2 Jan 5th 2009 12:51 pm

Re: Resident Visa medical test in UAE
 
yep think the rules have recently changed. i wont test the theory as our visa isnt up for renewal for a long while yet


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