I am in the process for a K1 visa and I have my medical examination at Knigthsbridge Doctors in London in 2 weeks. I have a few doubts:
1. I am from Italy and have lived in the UK for almost 3 years now. I have all the documents necessary for my medical. I recently got from my GP the patient care summary too (that is a new requirement that is not on the UK embassy list). I was wondering whether I need my medical records from Italy too, it's not specified anywhere! (It is specified instead for criminal records)
Question 1 on their questionnaire asks if you've ever been hospitalised and I had to put YES: I got into a car accident in Italy (been in hospital under observation only), had a head trauma with temporary amnesia in Italy and a kidney infection in the UK (due to episode of kidney stones). I explained all these 3 in an attachment to the questionnaire. Do I need to find and take with me all the translated documentation from Italy? (it would be a problem to get them in time)
2. In case I find out only when I'm at the medical that they also need info from my Italian records can they simply access them themselves or do I have to provide them (translated) afterwards therefore causing delays in my visa process?
3. I put NO on the question that asks "Have you ever had any kidney or liver disease" as it was only a single episode, nothing chronic. Is that correct?
REQUIREMENTS GIVEN BY THE PHYSICIAN IN LONDON (Knightsbridge Doctors):