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PR In-principle approved (Lost Health Report form)

Post by PR Aspirant » Fri, 09 Sep 2005 10:57 am

Hi the helpful people in this group, can you please tell me if you have a blank Health Report form for PR formalities. There is this pack of 3-4 pages that comes from Immigration if your PR application is approved. One of the forms is this Health Report form which is required to be submitted to the GP for his report.

I am a PR of 3 yrs and I sponsored my wife and she got her approval, she is overseas and I need to send her the form as she lost the form in-transit. Any help appreciated.

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Post by Strong Eagle » Fri, 09 Sep 2005 11:35 am

Call these people and get a new form.

Permanent Resident Services Centre
5th Storey, ICA Building
10 Kallang Road
(Next to Lavender MRT station)
Singapore 208718

Tel: 6391 6100
Fax: 6298 0843 / 6298 0837
Email: [email protected]


Post by Guest » Fri, 09 Sep 2005 12:45 pm

Thanks, Strong Eagle. U suggest ask Immigration for a new form, but I want to avoid it as I got approval after 2 rejections and this time also 2-3 times interviewed for clarifications. That is why I ask you all.

What I request from you friends is that, anyone who has recently got
their PR approval or know of anyone who has got it and have not yet
filled the Medical Report form - please photocopy/scan the form and I will
pick up the form from anywhere in Singapore. You tell me: ashkumar75(AT)

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Post by riversandlakes » Fri, 09 Sep 2005 7:20 pm

surely they wont' retract the PR because you are asking for a new BLANK form?!
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