At first he just took the Appendix C. Then when he received the letter the Dr told him to bring it to him. The Dr said he would fax it to the embassy as apparently this is what the instructions said in the letter.
My husband is still very worried that the embassy will question why he went to another Dr instead of the same one. I tried to reassure him that it will not matter because the DR is one of the 3 DMP listed for Rabat but he keeps saying the IO said two times .. "just go to the same one and get it done". Maybe she was thinking he would not need a letter because of this.. I don't know. But it sure is frustrating to not know if the embassy is aware or not.
This bring forward date means they will automatically send a request to Paris then? Even if they had no receipt or letter from the Dr? Because if that is the case then there really is nothing to worry about. The problem I have with that is Rabat is so case specific that no one seems to have the same experience. THAT worries me. There is no real consistency with Rabat other than it's inconsistencies...LOL
Glad to have you back... hope all is well for you rjessome.
You have nothing to worry about. One DMP is as good as another as far as immigration medicals are concerned. And YES, the BF date means they will automatically send the request to Paris. They don't need a receipt to say the medical has been done. They will use his name, UCI, file number and date of birth to obtain the information. This is actually how most medical requests are done. The family class is an exception. Here's the normal process in the economic classes:
1. PR application filed with NO medical
2. Application gets reviewed and if it meets the program requirements, medical request form sent to applicant with a time limit to complete medical (usually 60 days)
3. Applicant goes to a DMP with the form and completes medical
4. DMP sends medical results to the appropriate RMO - applicant does NOTHING
5. VO requests medical results on BF date
6. RMO sends results with any recommendations (further testing, report on inadmissibility for medical issues, or more time needed to assess)
7. Depending on results of medical, VO requests passport for visa stamping or advises of likely refusal bases on medical report of RMO and gives applicant time to obtain other medical proof proving RMO report is incorrect
Since FC applications for spouses/children are medically exempt from excessive demand, unless any special monitoring is required (TB) or serious infectious disease found that would cause a danger to the Canadian public health, the next step is visa stamping.
So your husband is fine. You just have to wait a bit longer. Chin up. Almost done.