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Get a Medical Exam

Visits to the doctor can be very expensive in America.
Save money, time, and trouble. See a doctor before you leave your home country. America may have more to it than just capitalism, but you'd never know it looking at medical bills.

12: Visa | 13: Medical Exam | 14: License | 15: Ticket | 16: Housing & Pick Up | 17: Pack
While your visa application (Step 12) is being processed, you should take care of a couple of other matters. The first of these is a medical examination. You’ve got to have medical records, in English, for your school, and any prescriptions you need will be less expensive in your country.

When should I take this step?
Three (3) to two months before school starts.

Why do I need to get a medical examination?
Medical expenses in the U.S. are very high in comparison to other countries. By getting a medical (as well as dental and optical) examination before leaving your country, you can save a lot of money both on the doctor visit and any prescription medications, glasses, or contact lenses you may need.

Apart from saving money, here are other reasons for getting a medical examination before leaving for America:

  • Your school will need your medical records before you register for classes. If you don't have a copy of your records in English, you may have to get a medical examination in the U.S., and that can be very expensive.
  • American hospitals can help you more efficiently if you have a medical record in English.
  • You may need to supply your medical records when you apply for a student visa or pass through U.S. customs.
  • Your health insurance company may ask you to submit your medical records.
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12: Visa | | 14: License

Important US Official Links:
1) SEVIS is a government, computerized system that maintains and manages data about foreign students and exchange visitors during their stay in the United States. More info >>
2) U.S. Customs - Department of State


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