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Medical Examination Apostille

The applicant's blood type and the outcomes of blood tests for HIV, Hepatitis B & C, and Syphilis are included in the report of medical examination, which also states that the applicant is free of infectious diseases.

There are a variety of reasons why a different nation can request that you go through a medical examination. The most frequent causes are:

  • Marriage
  • Adoption
  • Work Permit
  • Citizenship / Permanent Visa

Only a few countries will demand that you undergo a medical exam. You must first make an appointment for a normal physical with your doctor before you may apostille this document. The doctor's signature must be notarized at the completion of your medical examination. We advise you to arrange a meeting with the doctor at his or her private office with a traveling notary. In front of the notary public, the doctor must sign this form. This paper can be notarized and mailed to our office for processing after that. We will help you to process your apostille.

The local US Embassy or US Consulate office might be able to give you information on how to get a medical checkup without having to return to the US if you're outside of the country.

Apostilles may be challenging. Don't trust this technique to untrained workers or unqualified individuals who are unaware of the Apostille procedure and the particular needs of several countries. Your paperwork can be turned down, which would cost you time and money. Be awared!

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