New Zealand Visa
This page is dedicated to help you navigate through the process of obtaining visas to New Zealand.
New Zealand Immigration medical examination
Your medical examination can be done quickly and conveniently in our office.
All tests are done at one location and in one visit.
What to do in 3 easy steps:
1. Make an appointment
Please call us at 801-422-5538 to make an appointment. Our hours are M-F 9:00AM to 5:30PM. This call will take a few minutes so that we can answer your questions, gather correct information for your immigration application, and give you specific instructions about your appointment. Be sure to have your passport information with you when you call us. This information is very important for your ease and success in application.
We may be helping other patient's and not be able to answer your call, so please leave a message with your name, phone number, and country of immigration. We will return your call within 24 hours.
2. Arrive for your appointment
Please arrive on time and check in with reception where you will sign the proper consent forms and have an identity photo taken. You will need to bring your passport, which is required by E-medical to confirm your identity. Depending on your age, you will need a chest X-ray and laboratory tests. The tests do not require fasting (you can eat before you come in). Anyone over the age of 5 will be required to do a UA. If you are pregnant and are concerned about X-rays, you can choose to finish the exam and wait to do your X-ray until after you have given birth.
3. Physical Exam
You will have a standard physical examination by the panel doctor.
This does not involve an internal examination or breast examination. It will however, be necessary to undress for the examination, down to your under-clothing. You will receive a gown for coverage and comfort. A chaperone will be available upon request.
If this information does not answer all your questions, please call us at: 801-422-5538.
Below is a table of the price breakdown for the New Zealand Physical for the New Zealand Visa.
Panel clinics will need to process all New Zealand health cases in eMedical as "Upfront medicals" (UFM) until future system changes are implemented. This means you will need to create a health case in eMedical for each client wishing to undergo health examinations for a New Zealand visa application.
WHAT TYPE OF CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED?
When creating a UFM for a New Zealand visa applicant, you will need to ask them which "Certificate" they need to complete and select the appropriate option in eMedical. The health examinations that appear in eMedical will depend on the Certificate selected as outlined in the table below.
Payment is due at time of service: We accept Cash, Credit card, and check.