Visa Medical Services

Supporting With Medical Permits For International Visits

Overview

At Ruby Hall Clinic, we support and ease medical journeys of patients with excellent Visa Medical support. The Centre is presently an empanelled site for conducting Visa Medicals for the following countries:
Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, UK, Malaysia and South Korea.

Reach Us:
Currently, the service is provided at the Sasoon Road branch. To avail the service, one can mail at visamedicals@rubyhall.com or contact the following numbers:
For appointments and enquiries – 020-66455242, 020-66455572
Helpline number – 7028011519

Our Working Hours:
Monday to Saturday: 10 am to 6 pm (Except for public holidays)
Registration time: 11 am to 2 pm (Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, Malaysia) (STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT)
Registration time: 9.00 am to 12.30 pm (UK, South Korea) (Except for public holidays)
Place: VISA OPD, Bldg. No. 5, 1st Floor.

Applicants for Canada
All applications are processed ‘online’ via the e-medical portal. The medicals when completed in all respects are uploaded within 2-3 working days.

Please download & fill this form.
Download Canada Form

1. ID PROOF

  • Original Passport (If original passport not available then ID proofs given below are also acceptable)
  • National ID Card
  • Aadhar Card
  • PAN Card
    Note: Original ID Proof along with one photocopy, ( For passport, photocopies of first and last pages) is mandatory. Otherwise, client will be denied appointment for the medicals.

2. What do I need to carry?

  • I.D. proof with photocopies
  • One recent passport size photographs (NOT more than 1 months old)
  • IME Form: IMM 1017 is MANDATORY for clients who have already applied for VISA
  • Clients who have applied SPONSORED FAMILY VISA are requested to carry a copy of the Sponsor’s Citizenship card or passport.
  • Upfront medical can be done at the hospital ONLY if client HAS NOT applied for a VISA.
  • All past medical records (of yourself and all your dependents who are applying for the Visa). Kindly bring previous chest X-rays, especially if treated for tuberculosis (TB), along with drug treatment details and prescription.
  • Discharge summary of major hospitalisations (including surgery and biopsy reports if any).
  • Please carry all details of current ‘drug prescriptions’, including the use of devices such as spectacles, ‘hearing aid, walking stick, callipers, etc.

3. Do I need to come after fasting?
No. There is no need to fast.

4. If I am a woman, can the medicals be done at the time of my menses?
It is preferable to avoid, as the result of the urine examination may be tainted due to contamination by the menstrual blood.

5. What if I am pregnant?
No additional tests for pregnancy are required. However as X-ray chest is a mandatory requirement for all clients 11 years of age and above, a double wrap around lead-shield will be provided for the abdomen (for protection against radiation risk for the foetus).

  • A ‘Client Declaration Form’ for consent for X-ray chest needs to be signed before doing the X-ray examination.
  • You may choose NOT to do the X-ray (especially if you are in the 1st trimester of pregnancy), in which case an ‘X-ray deferral letter’ will be issued to you.
  • The medicals will be uploaded, but cannot be completed and submitted until the X-ray chest is completed.
  • The timing of getting the X-ray chest is entirely up to the discretion of the applicant.

6. What should I expect during the ‘medicals’?

  • You will need to first report at the front desk at the appointed date and time with the relevant papers (mentioned above).
  • After the first I.D. proof verification, you will need to make the billing (either by cash or credit card) as per the rates fixed by the Canadian High Commission, New Delhi.
  • Please note: Urine sample has to be collected ‘fresh’ in the clinic premises. (No lab tests are required for clients less than 5 years of age).
  • At the time of X-ray chest, you will need to disrobe upper half (in privacy), including removal of any metallic objects on the chest area. A chaperone will always be provided to all female applicants.
  • All clients will be required to sign a “Client Declaration form” during IME.
  • Kindly cooperate with the X-ray technician and adhere to the instructions provided by him to obtain a high-quality X-ray chest.
  • At the time of medical examination, kindly cooperate with the medical doctor by answering all questions honestly and accurately. A written consent (stating all queries have been answered fully and a ‘No Objection’ to the release of information to Canadian health authorities) has to be signed.
  • At the time of physical examination, the clients will need to disrobe outer clothing in privacy. A nurse/chaperone will invariably be present for all female clients throughout the medical examination. One parent/guardian will be asked to be present at the time of examination of a minor. All female clients above the age of 40 years require breast examination.
  • The doctor is NOT obliged to share any medical information after the completion of a medical examination. However, if any potentially serious disorder is identified, the client will be advised accordingly. The doctor is NOT obliged to prescribe any drugs for any newly identified medical condition. Instead, the client will be advised to seek a medical opinion from his/her primary care physician.
  • If a client has pre-existing disorders like diabetes and hypertension, additional mandatory tests will need to be added to the standard lab tests (at an extra cost to the applicant).
  • In case of any abnormality discovered in the lab tests subsequently, the client may be contacted to visit the clinic again for additional / repeat tests (This may add to extra cost).
  • The whole medicals process will usually take approximately 2-3 hours to complete at the clinic.

7. What happens after the medicals?

  • All clients will be issued signed and dated client IME form/e-medical Information Sheet, for upfront cases, before leaving the clinic.
  • Please ensure the safekeeping of the above forms as duplicate copies cannot be issued. (Hence it is advisable to keep additional photocopies of the same).
  • If initial lab results are abnormal or based on pre-existing chronic disorders, additional mandatory tests (as laid out in the medical guidelines) may be requested. The cost of the additional tests will have to be borne by the applicant.
  • The medicals will be uploaded to the e-medical portal.
  • Depending on the final medical assessment, ‘furtherance’ may be requested by the regional medical officer, New Delhi, which may include specialist’s consultation and/or additional lab tests, where the clinic will coordinate an appointment with specialists (who may or may not be available at the clinic). All expenses for the additional consultation/tests have to be borne by the client. (A prior appointment at the clinic for the ‘furtherance’ is mandatory).

Applicants for Australia
Please read first 7 instructions from Canadian Visa Medicals.

What is different from Canada Visa Medicals?

  • Only passport accepted as ID proof
  • Only 1 recent passport size photographs required (NOT more than 1 months old).
  • Downloaded Referral Letter/HAP ID Letter from the Australian High Commission.
  • For female clients who are pregnant and wish to deliver the baby in Australia, will require to do an additional test for Hep ‘B’
  • All doctors, nurses and dentists require additional testing for HIV, Hepatitis ‘B’ and ‘C’.
  • All medicals will be uploaded online through the e-medical portal.
  • The client will know the status of the medicals (whether submitted or NOT) through the HAP ID/TRN by checking online www.border.gov.au
  • Some clients may require ‘re-medicals’, which may be requested by the medical officer at global health. All additional costs for the same have to be borne by the applicant.
  • According to the new policy change; children applying for Permanent/Provisional Australian Visa require to undergo TB screening test which is
  • TST – Skin test – the child is required to return to the clinic after 48 hrs to read the test report
    OR
    IGRA – Blood test

Applicants for New Zealand
Please read instructions, (2) through (7) as for Visa Medicals for Canada.

Please download & fill this form.

What is different from Canada Visa Medicals?

  • Only original passport accepted as ID Proof.
  • 3 recent passport-sized photos (NOT more than 1 months old).
  • Latest versions of the following Forms (whichever applicable)
  • Medical Certificate ( INZ 1007)
  • X-ray Chest Certificate ( INZ 1096)
  • Limited Medical Certificate (INZ 1201)
  • All medicals will be done as ‘UP FRONT’ and will be uploaded via the e-medical portal.
  • The client will receive a mail regarding the same.
  • The client will be given an ‘Information sheet’ before leaving the clinic; which must be attached to the visa application.
  • Clients are requested to keep copies of the same as duplicates cannot be issued.
  • Clients who are pregnant and do not wish to undergo Xray, will require a certificate from their Doctor/Obstetrician, and their Xray will be SET ASIDE.
  • Any major abnormality in the medicals will be discussed with the client by the panel doctor.
    If the client receives instructions for further medical information (from the authorised medical officer of the New Zealand government medical health department), the client will need to fix the appointment with the clinic first.
  • All costs will be borne by the applicant.

Applicants for UK
The present medical requirement comprises a ‘pre-departure’ Tuberculosis (TB) screening. Please read instructions (2) through (5) as for Visa applicants for Canada.

Please download & fill this form.

What is Different from Canada Visa Medicals?

  • ID proof: Only original passport accepted as ID proof
  • 2 recent passport size photos, (not more than 3 months old.)
  • Please bring the CONFIRMED contact UK address and Visa Category
  • X-Ray chest is required for clients aged 11 years and above.
  • Please read instruction/FAQ (7)(d) of Visa Medicals for Canada.
  • The Consent Form for applicants for the U.K. is different which invariably has to be signed before the radiological examination.
  • For applicants below the age of 11 years, a medical assessment will be done. Incase of past treatment for TB or close contact with a known person suffering from TB, an X-ray chest may be requested.
  • If the X-ray chest is reported abnormal (which is consistent with TB), the client will have to undergo sputum testing for TB (at a designated centre). The results of the same will take 8-10 weeks.
  • If X-ray chest is normal (and for clients less than 11 years, the health assessment is normal), the pre-departure TB screening certificate will be issued usually within 2-4 hours. Likewise, for clients undergoing sputum tests for TB, the certificate will be issued only after the sputum tests are received and reported negative for TB.
  • For pregnant women who do NOT wish to undergo X-ray chest, they may wish to proceed for sputum testing for TB directly.
  • At the time of collecting the ‘pre-departure TB screening certificate’, clients are strongly advised to come and collect the certificate in person and also check the accuracy of the contents (including mis-spelling etc) and immediately bring it to the attention of the clinic staff for changes/correction if necessary.
  • If at a later date, there is a need for change in address at the UK (or) Visa category, a fresh certificate will be issued with an extra charge.
  • The certificate is usually valid for 6 months in most instances, from the date of issue.

APPROXIMATE FEE IS AS UNDER

RATES FOR UK TB SCREENING
ADULT 1500
CHILD (less than 11yrs) 1000

(The amount may vary with time and depending on the age group of the client)

Applicants for South Korea
The present medical requirement comprises a ‘pre-departure’ tuberculosis (TB) screening. Please read instructions (2) through (5) as for Visa applicants for Canada.

What is Different from Canada Visa Medicals?

  • ID proof: Only original passport accepted as ID proof
  • 2 recent passport size photos, (not more than 3 months old.)
  • X-Ray chest is required for clients aged 11 years and above.
  • Please read instruction/FAQ (7)(d) of Visa Medicals for Canada.
  • The Consent Form for applicants for the S.Korea. is different which invariably has to be signed before the radiological examination.
  • For applicants below the age of 11 years, a medical assessment will be done. Incase of past treatment for TB or close contact with a known person suffering from TB, an X-ray chest may be requested.
  • If X-ray chest is normal (and for clients less than 11 years, the health assessment is normal), the pre-departure TB screening certificate will be issued usually within 2-4 hours.
  • At the time of collecting the ‘pre-departure TB screening certificate’, clients are strongly advised to come and collect the certificate in person and also check the accuracy of the contents (including mis-spelling etc) and immediately bring it to the attention of the clinic staff for changes/correction if necessary.

APPROXIMATE FEE IS AS UNDER

RATES FOR S.KOREA TB SCREENING
ADULT 1500
CHILD (less than 11yrs) 1000

(The amount may vary with time and depending on the age group of the client)

Applicants for Belgium
Please read instructions, (2) through (7) as for Visa Medicals for Canada.

Please download & fill this form.

Download Belgium Form

What is different from Canada Visa Medicals?

  • Only original passport is accepted as ID proof
  • 2 recent passport size photos (NOT more than 3 months old).
  • The downloaded English version of “MEDICAL CERTIFICATE” for Belgium Visa.
  • After the medicals, the client will be contacted once all the laboratory and X-ray reports are ready. (Usually within 2-3 working days). The entire medicals will be sealed and handed over to the client. Thereafter, the handling and forwarding of the medicals will be client’s responsibility.
  • Any major abnormality in the medicals will be discussed with the client by the panel doctor.
  • If the client receives instructions for further medical information (from the authorised medical officer of the Belgium government medical health department), the client will need to fix the appointment with the clinic first.
  • All costs will be borne by the applicant.Please read instructions, (2) through (7) as for Visa Medicals for Canada.

Applicants for Malaysia
Please read instructions (2) through (5) as for Canada Visa Medicals.

Please download & fill this form.

Download Malaysia Form

What is different from Canada Visa Medicals?

  • Please contact us only if you have registered into the STARS system.
  • Please call and inform your passport no., so that we can call you for the medical exam.
  • Only original Passport accepted as ID Proof.
  • 2 recent photos (Not more than 3 months old).
  • Downloaded forms from the STARS system.
  • Please have Vaccination information ready.
  • All medicals will be uploaded on the STARS system within 2-3 working days.
  • Clients will be given acknowledgement letter.

ANNEXURE

Age Group Charges (Rs.)
Canada Visa Total (Rs.)
0-5 years 2000
5-11 years 2200
11-15 years 3000
Above 15 years 5150
Belgium Visa Total (Rs.)
0-5 years 1000
5-11 years 1500
Above 11 years 4500
Belgium Work Permit 1000
NHC Visa Total (Rs.)
Only X-ray 1500
0-5 years 800
5-11 years 1100
11-15 years 4500
Above 15 years 6500
Age Group Charges (Rs.)
AHC Visa Total (Rs.)
501A (0-5 yrs.) 3400
501B (5-11 yrs.) 3600
501C (Over 75 yrs.) 4500
501D (11 yrs. & above) 3000
502 1500
707 1000
708 500
716 700
719A 3400
719B 200
Malaysia Visa Total (Rs.)
Malaysia Visa 6500
Korea Visa Total (Rs.)
Korea Visa 1500
USA Visa Total (Rs.)
Above 11 yrs. 1500
0-11 yrs. 1000

CHARGES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS PER HIGH COMMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Ruby Hall Clinic wishes all its clients a ‘hassle free’ and pleasant experience during the course of the entire medicals.

Please feel free to write your comments/suggestions to improve the service quality and help serve you better.
Please share your feedback on – visamedicals@rubyhall.com , info@rubyhall.com

Visa Medicals Help Line Number: 7028011519

Canada

Applicants for Canada
All applications are processed ‘online’ via the e-medical portal. The medicals when completed in all respects are uploaded within 2-3 working days.

Please download & fill this form.
Download Canada Form

1. ID PROOF

  • Original Passport (If original passport not available then ID proofs given below are also acceptable)
  • National ID Card
  • Aadhar Card
  • PAN Card
    Note: Original ID Proof along with one photocopy, ( For passport, photocopies of first and last pages) is mandatory. Otherwise, client will be denied appointment for the medicals.

2. What do I need to carry?

  • I.D. proof with photocopies
  • One recent passport size photographs (NOT more than 1 months old)
  • IME Form: IMM 1017 is MANDATORY for clients who have already applied for VISA
  • Clients who have applied SPONSORED FAMILY VISA are requested to carry a copy of the Sponsor’s Citizenship card or passport.
  • Upfront medical can be done at the hospital ONLY if client HAS NOT applied for a VISA.
  • All past medical records (of yourself and all your dependents who are applying for the Visa). Kindly bring previous chest X-rays, especially if treated for tuberculosis (TB), along with drug treatment details and prescription.
  • Discharge summary of major hospitalisations (including surgery and biopsy reports if any).
  • Please carry all details of current ‘drug prescriptions’, including the use of devices such as spectacles, ‘hearing aid, walking stick, callipers, etc.

3. Do I need to come after fasting?
No. There is no need to fast.

4. If I am a woman, can the medicals be done at the time of my menses?
It is preferable to avoid, as the result of the urine examination may be tainted due to contamination by the menstrual blood.

5. What if I am pregnant?
No additional tests for pregnancy are required. However as X-ray chest is a mandatory requirement for all clients 11 years of age and above, a double wrap around lead-shield will be provided for the abdomen (for protection against radiation risk for the foetus).

  • A ‘Client Declaration Form’ for consent for X-ray chest needs to be signed before doing the X-ray examination.
  • You may choose NOT to do the X-ray (especially if you are in the 1st trimester of pregnancy), in which case an ‘X-ray deferral letter’ will be issued to you.
  • The medicals will be uploaded, but cannot be completed and submitted until the X-ray chest is completed.
  • The timing of getting the X-ray chest is entirely up to the discretion of the applicant.

6. What should I expect during the ‘medicals’?

  • You will need to first report at the front desk at the appointed date and time with the relevant papers (mentioned above).
  • After the first I.D. proof verification, you will need to make the billing (either by cash or credit card) as per the rates fixed by the Canadian High Commission, New Delhi.
  • Please note: Urine sample has to be collected ‘fresh’ in the clinic premises. (No lab tests are required for clients less than 5 years of age).
  • At the time of X-ray chest, you will need to disrobe upper half (in privacy), including removal of any metallic objects on the chest area. A chaperone will always be provided to all female applicants.
  • All clients will be required to sign a “Client Declaration form” during IME.
  • Kindly cooperate with the X-ray technician and adhere to the instructions provided by him to obtain a high-quality X-ray chest.
  • At the time of medical examination, kindly cooperate with the medical doctor by answering all questions honestly and accurately. A written consent (stating all queries have been answered fully and a ‘No Objection’ to the release of information to Canadian health authorities) has to be signed.
  • At the time of physical examination, the clients will need to disrobe outer clothing in privacy. A nurse/chaperone will invariably be present for all female clients throughout the medical examination. One parent/guardian will be asked to be present at the time of examination of a minor. All female clients above the age of 40 years require breast examination.
  • The doctor is NOT obliged to share any medical information after the completion of a medical examination. However, if any potentially serious disorder is identified, the client will be advised accordingly. The doctor is NOT obliged to prescribe any drugs for any newly identified medical condition. Instead, the client will be advised to seek a medical opinion from his/her primary care physician.
  • If a client has pre-existing disorders like diabetes and hypertension, additional mandatory tests will need to be added to the standard lab tests (at an extra cost to the applicant).
  • In case of any abnormality discovered in the lab tests subsequently, the client may be contacted to visit the clinic again for additional / repeat tests (This may add to extra cost).
  • The whole medicals process will usually take approximately 2-3 hours to complete at the clinic.

7. What happens after the medicals?

  • All clients will be issued signed and dated client IME form/e-medical Information Sheet, for upfront cases, before leaving the clinic.
  • Please ensure the safekeeping of the above forms as duplicate copies cannot be issued. (Hence it is advisable to keep additional photocopies of the same).
  • If initial lab results are abnormal or based on pre-existing chronic disorders, additional mandatory tests (as laid out in the medical guidelines) may be requested. The cost of the additional tests will have to be borne by the applicant.
  • The medicals will be uploaded to the e-medical portal.
  • Depending on the final medical assessment, ‘furtherance’ may be requested by the regional medical officer, New Delhi, which may include specialist’s consultation and/or additional lab tests, where the clinic will coordinate an appointment with specialists (who may or may not be available at the clinic). All expenses for the additional consultation/tests have to be borne by the client. (A prior appointment at the clinic for the ‘furtherance’ is mandatory).

Australia

Applicants for Australia

  • Please read instructions (1) through (7) as for Canadian Visa Medicals.
  • What is different from Canada Visa Medicals?
  1. Only passport accepted as ID proof
  2. Only 1 recent passport size photographs required (NOT more than 1 months old).
  3. Downloaded Referral Letter/HAP ID Letter from Australian High Commission
  • For female clients who are pregnant and wish to deliver the baby in Australia, will require to do
  • Additional test for Hep ‘B’
  • All doctors, nurses and dentists require additional testing for HIV, Hepatitis ‘B’ and ‘C’.
  • All medicals will be uploaded on-line through the e-medical portal.
    The client will know the status of the medicals (whether submitted or NOT) through the HAP ID/ TRN by checking on-line www.border.gov.au
  • Some clients may require ‘re-medicals’, which may be requested by the medical officer at global health. All additional costs for the same have to be borne by the applicant.
  • According to the new policy change; children applying for Permanent / Provisional Australian Visa require to undergo TB screening test which is

TST – Skin test – the child is required to return to the clinic after 48 hrs to read the test report

OR

IGRA – Blood test

For Fee Structure see Annexure.

New Zealand

Applicants for New Zealand
Please read instructions, (2) through (7) as for Visa Medicals for Canada.

Please download & fill this form.

What is different from Canada Visa Medicals?

  • Only original passport accepted as ID Proof.
  • 3 recent passport-sized photos (NOT more than 1 months old).
  • Latest versions of the following Forms (whichever applicable)
  • Medical Certificate ( INZ 1007)
  • X-ray Chest Certificate ( INZ 1096)
  • Limited Medical Certificate (INZ 1201)
  • All medicals will be done as ‘UP FRONT’ and will be uploaded via the e-medical portal.
  • The client will receive a mail regarding the same.
  • The client will be given an ‘Information sheet’ before leaving the clinic; which must be attached to the visa application.
  • Clients are requested to keep copies of the same as duplicates cannot be issued.
  • Clients who are pregnant and do not wish to undergo Xray, will require a certificate from their Doctor/Obstetrician, and their Xray will be SET ASIDE.
  • Any major abnormality in the medicals will be discussed with the client by the panel doctor.
    If the client receives instructions for further medical information (from the authorised medical officer of the New Zealand government medical health department), the client will need to fix the appointment with the clinic first.
  • All costs will be borne by the applicant.

UK

Applicants for UK

  • The present medical requirement comprises a ‘pre-departure’ tuberculosis (TB) screening.
  • Please read instructions (2) through (5) as for Visa applicants for Canada.
  • What is Different from Canada Visa Medicals?
  • ID proof: Only original passport accepted as ID proof
  • 2 recent passport size photos, (not more than 3 months old.)
  • Please bring the CONFIRMED contact UK address and Visa Category
  • X-Ray chest is required for clients aged 11 years and above.
  • Please read instruction/ FAQ (7)(d) of Visa Medicals for Canada.
  • The Consent Form for applicants for the U.K. is different which invariably has to be signed prior to the radiological examination.
  • For applicants below age of 11 years, a medical assessment will be done. In case of a past treatment for TB or close contact with a known person suffering from TB, an X-ray chest may be requested.
  • If the X-ray chest is reported abnormal (which is consistent with TB), the client will have to undergo sputum testing for TB (at a designated centre). The results of the same will take 8-10 weeks.
  • If X-ray chest is normal (and for clients less than 11 years, the health assessment is normal), the pre-departure TB screening certificate will be issued usually within 2-4 hours. Likewise, for clients undergoing sputum tests for TB, the certificate will be issued only after the sputum tests are received and reported negative for TB.
  • For pregnant women who do NOT wish to undergo X-ray chest, they may wish to proceed for sputum testing for TB directly.
  • At the time of collecting the ‘pre-departure TB screening certificate’, clients are strongly advised to come and collect the certificate in person and also check the accuracy of the contents (including mis-spelling etc) and immediately bring it to the attention of the clinic staff for changes/ correction if necessary.
  • If at a later date, there is a need for change in address at the UK (or) Visa category, a fresh certificate will be issued with an extra charge.
  • The certificate is usually valid for 6 months in most instances, from the date of issue.
  • APROXIMATE FEE IS AS UNDER
RATES FOR UK TB SCREENING
ADULT 1500
CHILD (less than 11yrs) 1000

(The amount may vary with time and depending on the age group of the client)

South Korea

Applicants for South Korea

  • The present medical requirement comprises a ‘pre-departure’ tuberculosis (TB) screening.
  • Please read instructions (2) through (5) as for Visa applicants for Canada.
  • What is Different from Canada Visa Medicals?
  • ID proof: Only original passport accepted as ID proof
  • 2 recent passport size photos, (not more than 3 months old.)
  • X-Ray chest is required for clients aged 11 years and above.
  • Please read instruction/ FAQ (7)(d) of Visa Medicals for Canada.
  • The Consent Form for applicants for the S.Korea. is different which invariably has to be signed prior to the radiological examination.
  • For applicants below age of 11 years, a medical assessment will be done. In case of a past treatment for TB or close contact with a known person suffering from TB, an X-ray chest may be requested.
  • If X-ray chest is normal (and for clients less than 11 years, the health assessment is normal), the pre-departure TB screening certificate will be issued usually within 2-4 hours.
  • At the time of collecting the ‘pre-departure TB screening certificate’, clients are strongly advised to come and collect the certificate in person and also check the accuracy of the contents (including mis-spelling etc) and immediately bring it to the attention of the clinic staff for changes/ correction if necessary.
  • APROXIMATE FEE IS AS UNDER
RATES FOR S.KOREA TB SCREENING
ADULT 1500
CHILD (less than 11yrs) 1000

(The amount may vary with time and depending on the age group of the client)

Belgium

Applicants for Belgium

Please download & fill this form.

Download Belgium Form
  • Please read instructions, (2) through (7) as for Visa Medicals for Canada.
  • What is different from Canada Visa Medicals?
  • Only original passport is accepted as ID proof
  • 2 recent passport size photos (NOT more than 3 months old).
  • Downloaded English version of “MEDICAL CERTIFICATE” for Belgium Visa.
  • After the medicals, the client will be contacted once all the laboratory and X-ray reports are ready. (Usually within 2-3 working days). The entire medicals will be sealed and handed over to the client. Thereafter, the handling and forwarding of the medicals will be client’s responsibility.
  • Any major abnormality in the medicals will be discussed with the client by the panel doctor.
  • If the client receives instructions for further medical information (from the authorized medical officer of the Belgium government medical health department), the client will need to fix the appointment with the clinic first.
  • All costs will be borne by the applicant.

Malaysia

Applicants for Malaysia

Please download & fill this form.

Download Malaysia Form
  • Please read instructions (2) through (5) as for Canada Visa Medicals.
  • What is different from Canada Visa Medicals?
  • Please contact us only if you have registered into the STARS system.
  • Please call and inform your passport no., so that we can call you for the medical exam.
  • Only original Passport accepted as ID Proof.
  • 2 recent photos (Not more than 3 months old).
  • Downloaded forms from the STARS system.
  • Please have Vaccination information ready.
  • All medicals will be uploaded on the STARS system within 2-3 working days.
  • Clients will be given acknowledgement letter.

ANNEXURE

Age Group Charges (Rs.)
Canada Visa Total (Rs.)
0-5 years 2000
5-11 years 2200
11-15 years 3000
Above 15 years 5150
Belgium Visa Total (Rs.)
0-5 years 1000
5-11 years 1500
Above 11 years 4500
Belgium Work Permit 1000
NHC Visa Total (Rs.)
Only X-ray 1500
0-5 years 800
5-11 years 1100
11-15 years 4500
Above 15 years 6500
Age Group Charges (Rs.)
AHC Visa Total (Rs.)
501A (0-5 yrs.) 3400
501B (5-11 yrs.) 3600
501C (Over 75 yrs.) 4500
501D (11 yrs. & above) 3000
502 1500
707 1000
708 500
716 700
719A 3400
719B 200
Malaysia Visa Total (Rs.)
Malaysia Visa 6500
Korea Visa Total (Rs.)
Korea Visa 1500
USA Visa Total (Rs.)
Above 11 yrs. 1500
0-11 yrs. 1000

CHARGES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS PER HIGH COMMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Ruby Hall Clinic wishes all its clients a ‘hassle free’ and pleasant experience during the course of the entire medicals.

Please feel free to write your comments/suggestions to improve the service quality and help serve you better.
Please share your feedback on – visamedicals@rubyhall.com , info@rubyhall.com

Visa Medicals Help Line Number: 7028011519

For Visa Appointment

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