Message from discussion jDo children born during application process have to take medical exam?
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From: Karim Fawzy <kfaw...@gmail.com>
Subject: jDo children born during application process have to take medical exam?
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 10:59:00 -0700 (PDT)
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My son was born about a year after I started the
immigration process (under the Federal Skilled Workers program). I
notified my visa office of the birth about two months after he was
born. About 6 months later, I finally received the instructions to pay
the Landing Fees and to take the medical exam for me and my wife, but
the instructions did not include anything about my son. Do you think
this means that somehow my birth notification was not received or was
not processed properly, or is it that children born after the start of
the application process don't have to take the medical exam?
Thank you in advance for any help,