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O/T Queen is Asking About US Price of Medical

Old Jan 8th 2002, 8:02 pm
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and all you guys are doing is quoting cost for the medicals outside of the US. She is in Utah.

Anyone with Utah price information let her know what you paid.

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Old Jan 9th 2002, 1:20 am
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Hey Rete, I'm in Michigan going to school however, thanks for the attention though
I went ahead and set up the appointment for the medical for next week wednesday, for
$130. I see what others are paying, and feel lucky Thanks for all the help you offer
this board Rete!!!

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Old Jan 9th 2002, 2:53 am
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ooops sorry about that ... could have sworn you said you were going to be using the Utah INS office.

Hey at least I remembered you wanted stateside prices and not foreign ones ;-)

Your welcome

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Old Jan 9th 2002, 7:53 am
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Yeah, thats right though, my USC husband is in Utah and I'm in Michigan, in school
THats why I've to mail my forms to the Utah office, they seem to be quite efficient
and their timeling from 5 people from last 5 months is 2-3months from filing to
interview.

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Old Jan 9th 2002, 11:16 am
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That's less than I paid in Northern VA a couple of years ago so it's probably
reasonable. If you need jabs see if your local health clinics provide them because
they are usually much cheaper than getting them at the place that does your medical.

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Old Jan 9th 2002, 10:37 pm
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Bargain. We paid $200 for the exam in NC in 1998, and had to go to this doctor's
office 2 hours away from us. Really shoddy looking place, cash only operation. We
thought we were going for something illegal!!!

And we paid another $100 for immunization.

Hope it all goes well!!

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Old Jan 10th 2002, 6:53 am
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What we are trying to say is that it is in the ballpark for an INS exam.
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