PANEL PHYSICIAN – DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA.
It is necessary for all immigrant visa applicants to have a medical examination.
The examination must be performed by one of the two Embassy Panel physicians:
Dr. Omar Awadh.
Dr. Pierre Bervas.
The purpose of the visa medical examination is to determine whether a person has;
1)a physical or mental disorder (including a communicable disease of public health significance or drug abuse/addiction) that renders him or her ineligible for a visa (Class A condition); or
2)a physical or mental disorder that, although not constituting a specific excludable condition, represents a departure from normal health or well-being that is significant enough to possibly interfere with the person’s ability to care for himself or herself, or to attend school or work, or that may require extensive medical treatment or institutionalization in the future (Class B condition).
Scheduling a medical examination;
Please contact us directly to schedule your examination and inform the receptionist that you are scheduling an examination for a United States immigrant visa.
The medical examination entails the following:
1: Registration with a current photo and a valid Passport
2: Physical & Mental history and examination
3: Blood testing for Syphilis for persons aged 15 and over.
4: Skin Mantoux test for children aged 2 to 15 years old.
6: Chest X-ray for persons aged 15 years and older.
Please make sure you bring with you to the medical examination, and relevant past medical records and vaccination certificates you may have.
The medical examination will take up to 5 days to complete when all documentation and records are available.