Medical Exam at St. Luke’s Extension Clinic for K1 Visa Applicant
The medical exam for K1 Visa applicant is a very important part of the K1 Visa or Fiancé Visa process. You can’t miss it because it’s the last stage before the interview. For someone who’s afraid of doctors and blood like me, I was more scared of them than my interview a week after.
But just like the feared interview, the main thing to remember is to always BE PREPARED. I had my medical exam on May 17th-18th 2011. Yes, the medical exam took 2 days! Dont Forget! Applicants are also required to provide the name, address and contact number of their petitioner in the U.S.A.
Where can I have my Medical Exam in the Philippines?
ONLY at St. Luke’s Medical Center Extension Clinic, 1177 J. Bocobo St. Ermita, Manila, Philippines
What are documents needed for the Medical Exam?
- Valid passport
- Photocopy of your the passport that contains your photo and information
- 4 pieces of your most recent 2×2 visa photos (there are a lot of photo studios outside the hospital)
- If you have the appointment letter from the Embassy or Instruction letter from the National Visa Center (NVC)
- 2 photocopies of your Appointment Letter/ Instruction Letter
- The most important that you know is your Manila (MNL) Case number
How much is the fee?
$213.35 for 15 years old and older $185.35 for less than 15 years old. Repeat X-rays would have to cost $7 each. Please remember that St. Luke’s only accepts Philippine Peso cash.
Do I have to get an appointment?
No. Although you can pre-register at http://www.slec.ph/us/registration/, the applicants will still be accommodated in a first-come first-served basis. So it is advisable that you go there early. (*Update: You may also reach them through their numbers +63 (02) 521 0020, 521-0020 and 521-8647 extension no. 6108)
What are the medical requirements that you will have to undergo?
Physical Examination, Chest X-ray , Syphilis Test, Pregnancy Test, Immunization
How can I get the results?
Usually, your medical results and visa photo are submitted by St. Luke’s Medical Center Extension Clinic directly to the U.S. Embassy. When I had my medical, I only got the CD of my X-ray and Vaccination Documentation Worksheet. Click the photo above to see what St. Luke’s handed to me. I also got my passport back. For more information, visit St. Luke’s Extension’s website: http://www.slec.ph/