Our Moving to Canada Medical Experience at St. Luke’s Global City

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11 thoughts on “Our Moving to Canada Medical Experience at St. Luke’s Global City

    • Hi Gayle!

      Yes! You can definitely do that. Just bring proof that you have it already. We actually had ours when we were young, but our baby books weren’t signed properly by the doctor before so we had to go get a booster.

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  1. Hi. I’m just wondering if my mother in law needs to pay for additional fee for urine test since she was called to do it again. If yes, how much would it be?. Thank you

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    • Hi Em!

      Your mother in law will probably need to pay for the urine test again. I’m just not sure how much that would be. I forget if there was a breakdown of the costs in the receipt that we got afterwards. Guess you could give St. Luke’s a call to confirm the cost.

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  2. Hello,
    I’m wondering why do they need the original passport as a requirement. Before you can get the request for medical examination, you need to submit all the necessary documents to the embassy/agency and that includes the passport. Are they strict about that requirement? Thank you.

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    • Hi Aron,

      May I ask which step of the application you are in right now? As far as I know, there’s no need to submit your passport except if you’ve already received an e-mail for Passport Request from CIC. And I believe passport requests come after completion of application which includes passing the medical exam.

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    • Hi Hana!

      Sorry, but we don’t really know exactly how long it took for St. Luke’s to send the results to the embassy. We also weren’t able to see the results. All we saw was that we passed the medicals… I think it only took around a week.

      Hope this helps! 🙂

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    • Hi Jinsoo! Here’s our timeline from the time we had our medical exam done:

      October 18, 2016: Upfront medical at St. Luke’s Bonifacio Global City

      December 2, 2016: Acknowledgement of Receipt (AOR). Medical passed at this point.

      February 6, 2017: Passport Request (PPR)

      February 21, 2017: Passports returned with Immigrant Visa

      Hope this gives you an idea of the general time frame of your application 🙂

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