Your Kuwaiti working visa application involves your clinician carrying out various tests and producing a written medical report. If you have opted for an expedited service, your final report will be ready in just 72 working hours following your visit.

What tests will I need?

Your Kuwaiti visa medical involves having a full medical examination and discussion about your medical history, along with the following tests:

  • Malaria
  • HIV
  • Hepatitis B & C
  • Syphilis
  • Filiriasis
  • Urinalysis
  • Women require a pregnancy test
  • A TBQ and a chest X-ray might also be required

How long does it take for my results to be finalised?

If you do not opt for the expedited 24-hour visa medical service, your results will take up to 12 working days.

Highly competitive rates

  • A standard Kuwaiti visa medical (for men): £300
  • A Kuwaiti visa medical with a TBQ test: £360
  • A Kuwaiti visa medical with a TBQ test and a chest X-ray: £440

Will there be any additional visa medical charges?

If you are aged over 40 (or when clinically indicated), you also need an electrocardiogram (an ECG), which is £90.
If you are aged over 50, then your prospective Kuwaiti employer may require that you undergo a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test, which is £90.
An HbA1c test (at £90) may be required if you have a history of diabetes.

When you come for your Kuwaiti visa medical, you will need to bring your original passport (in order to confirm your identity) along with one passport-sized photo.

Call our clinic today or book online for your same-day Kuwaiti visa medical. Please note that x-rays are carried out in a nearby imaging centre and will incur an additional fee of approximately £40 payable to the hospital.

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