Applying for PR - Where to do medical Exam?

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Subject: Applying for PR - Where to do medical Exam?
  I am a US Citizen preparing to apply for Permanent Resident status in Canada. I will be marrying my partner early next year, and will be moving to live in Canada in January.
I do not know whether I should have the medical exam done in the United States - before I move up to Canada - or if I should wait and have it performed in Canada. The appendix on the application is confusing because I´m not sure where my application will be processed.
A second question on the medical form - my partner and I are not married yet, but we will be while the application is being processed. Do I list my partner as my spouse on the application?

[05-12-2004,15:57]
Virginia
(in reply to: Applying for PR - Where to do medical Exam?)
It does not matter where you get the medical done US or Canada as long as it is from a DMP mentioned by CIC.

By the way under which category are you applying???

[05-12-2004,16:57]
Anonymous
Category (in reply to: Applying for PR - Where to do medical Exam?)
My partner is planning to sponsor me under family class: spouse. We were going to consult with an attorney after I move .
[06-12-2004,10:06]
Virginia
(in reply to: Applying for PR - Where to do medical Exam?)
If you are coming to Canada soon for visit, I would try do your exam in Canada. For me, the cost to have the exam completed in Toronto was $150 Canadian. I researched having it done in the US and the cost was $320 US. Of course, insurance does not cover the exam.
Good luck!

[06-12-2004,14:30]
Texas
Medical Exam (in reply to: Applying for PR - Where to do medical Exam?)
I called a couple of Toronto doctors. The first one quoted me a price of $125! So I´m definitely waiting until I can get up to Canada. Thanks for the tip!
[07-12-2004,15:15]
Virginia
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