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sk.aggarwal
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Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: New Delhi
NOC Code......: 0213
App. Filed.......: August 30, 2009
Doc's Request.: October 26, 2009
Nomination.....: -
IELTS Request: October 26, 2009
File Transfer...: October 26, 2009
Med's Request: Feb 2, 2010
Med's Done....: March 1, 2010
Interview........: not done yet
Passport Req..: Feb 2, 2010
VISA ISSUED...: April 03, 2010
LANDED..........: Lets see

« on: February 28, 2010, 11:37:39 pm »

My visa office is ND and I have appointment to undergo medicals in US tomorrow. Where should DMP send the medicals to? Should it be Ottawa or New Delhi? DMP has asked me for the address where I would like my results to be sent.   Please advice this is urgent.

I am seeing very contradictory information about this. In reply this question CHC ND said


Immigration medical examinations can be completed in Canada or in any place in the world where there is a Designated Medical Practitioner (DMP).  For a complete list of DMPs in Canada and around the world, please visit this website:  http://www.cic.gc.ca/dmp-md/medical.aspx.  If an application is in process in India and the medical examination is completed outside of India, please remember to inform the DMP that the results will need to be sent to India, so they can be matched up with the correct file.

Where as DMP handbook says
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/partner/dmp/tools.asp

All immigration medical exam documents are sent to the regional medical office in the DMP's area. The regional medical office will then transfer the information to the appropriate immigration office either in North America or overseas.For example, a DMP in Montréal would send the medical report for an applicant applying from China to the Ottawa regional medical office, which would then send the medical report to the Beijing immigration office, where the application is being processed.




New Delhi
Overseas Health Management Services
High Commission of Canada / Haut-commissariat du Canada
7/8 Shantipath, Chanakyapuri
New Delhi 110021, India
Fax: +91 11 41782020

Ottawa
Ottawa Regional Medical Office
Health Management Branch
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
219 Laurier Ave. West, 3rd floor
Ottawa, ON K1A 1L1
Canada
Fax: +1 613 954 6211
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NOC: 0213
Application received by CIO: August 30, 2009
AOR received: October 26, 2009
Application Sent to ND: Jan 4th 2009 (without PCC)
Medical/PCC/Passport/RPRC fee request: Feb 2 2010
Submitted Req Docs: March 08 2010
Got Visa Back: April 03 2010
aanbaan
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Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: New Delhi
NOC Code......: 0213
App. Filed.......: 17-Apr-2009
Doc's Request.: 14-May-2009
AOR Received.: 09-Jul-2009
Med's Request: 30-Aug-2009
Med's Done....: 05-Sep-2009
Interview........: NA
Passport Req..: 30-Aug-2009
VISA ISSUED...: 24-Feb-2010
LANDED..........: 08-Aug-2010

« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2010, 12:06:09 am »



the DMP should be sending the results to ND if ND is processing your case... please don't keep asking for more responses... I'm certain about it...

Your DMP may ask for additional money to send the results to India...

I did a detail analysis of all processes 6 months back and now don't have the relevant links to support my answers...
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I am not an expert. I have learnt from www.cic.gc.ca, EG7, OP6 and this forum. Use these resources and take your decisions.

Regards,
aanbaan
sk.aggarwal
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Posts: 161
Ratings: +4
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: New Delhi
NOC Code......: 0213
App. Filed.......: August 30, 2009
Doc's Request.: October 26, 2009
Nomination.....: -
IELTS Request: October 26, 2009
File Transfer...: October 26, 2009
Med's Request: Feb 2, 2010
Med's Done....: March 1, 2010
Interview........: not done yet
Passport Req..: Feb 2, 2010
VISA ISSUED...: April 03, 2010
LANDED..........: Lets see

« Reply #2 on: March 01, 2010, 12:15:48 am »

Perfect. Thank you Aanbaan.

DMP asked me for 100$s more to send results by fedex. Else they use USPS with tracking. I have time like 18th March for meds to reach ND.  What do you suggest?
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Submitted Req Docs: March 08 2010
Got Visa Back: April 03 2010
barsindoo
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« Reply #3 on: March 01, 2010, 01:06:11 am »

I would take the FEDEX route.
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rocky272727
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« Reply #4 on: March 01, 2010, 02:22:51 am »

My visa office is ND and I have appointment to undergo medicals in US tomorrow. Where should DMP send the medicals to? Should it be Ottawa or New Delhi? DMP has asked me for the address where I would like my results to be sent.   Please advice this is urgent.

I am seeing very contradictory information about this. In reply this question CHC ND said


Immigration medical examinations can be completed in Canada or in any place in the world where there is a Designated Medical Practitioner (DMP).  For a complete list of DMPs in Canada and around the world, please visit this website:  http://www.cic.gc.ca/dmp-md/medical.aspx.  If an application is in process in India and the medical examination is completed outside of India, please remember to inform the DMP that the results will need to be sent to India, so they can be matched up with the correct file.

Where as DMP handbook says
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/partner/dmp/tools.asp

All immigration medical exam documents are sent to the regional medical office in the DMP's area. The regional medical office will then transfer the information to the appropriate immigration office either in North America or overseas.For example, a DMP in Montréal would send the medical report for an applicant applying from China to the Ottawa regional medical office, which would then send the medical report to the Beijing immigration office, where the application is being processed.




New Delhi
Overseas Health Management Services
High Commission of Canada / Haut-commissariat du Canada
7/8 Shantipath, Chanakyapuri
New Delhi 110021, India
Fax: +91 11 41782020

Ottawa
Ottawa Regional Medical Office
Health Management Branch
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
219 Laurier Ave. West, 3rd floor
Ottawa, ON K1A 1L1
Canada
Fax: +1 613 954 6211
Please go as per the latest communication from CHC. Handbook is old. DMP will have to send it to ND since ND is your processing office and processing and decision on it will be taken by ND only.

Best of luck
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rocky272727
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« Reply #5 on: March 01, 2010, 02:27:55 am »

Perfect. Thank you Aanbaan.

DMP asked me for 100$s more to send results by fedex. Else they use USPS with tracking. I have time like 18th March for meds to reach ND.  What do you suggest?
Use Fedex.
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rchiemedes
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« Reply #6 on: March 01, 2010, 03:18:57 am »

"All immigration medical exam documents are sent to the regional medical office in the DMP's area. The regional medical office will then transfer the information to the appropriate immigration office either in North America or overseas.For example, a DMP in Montréal would send the medical report for an applicant applying from China to the Ottawa regional medical office, which would then send the medical report to the Beijing immigration office, where the application is being processed."

guys the regional medical office of US and CANADA is OTTAWA which means medical result from dis country must be forwarded to OTTAWA RMO

in ur case US dmp must forward the result to OTTAWA RMO then OTTAWA will forward the result electronically to ND which process ur documents

each dmp's has its regional office.. ur dmp should know that.

example if ur local visa office is japan and u had ur medical in japan, the dmp will forward the result in Rmedoffice in manila the RMO will forward the result in cic japan.

another.

if u had ur medical in vancouver and ur local visa office is ND, u ahd ur medical in vancouver the dmp will forward the result in ottawa then electronically to ND that process ur application.


There are only few Regional medical office. not all country has RMO. any DMP can examine the applicant but it depends which country.
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