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Medical and Fingerprint Services: Prioritizing Your Well-being and Security

Embarking on international journeys often involves medical assessments and fingerprinting, essential for visa applications, immigration processes, and security measures. At Affamia, we prioritize your well-being and security through our specialized services.

Medical Services:

Health Check Coordination: We assist in coordinating comprehensive health checks required for visa applications or other international travel requirements.

Medical Documentation Assistance: Our team guides you through the process of obtaining and organizing the necessary medical documentation, ensuring compliance with destination country regulations.

Vaccination Guidance: Receive information on required vaccinations and assistance in obtaining them, ensuring you meet health standards for international travel.


Fingerprinting Services:

Biometric Data Collection: We facilitate the collection of biometric data, including fingerprints, a crucial requirement for various immigration and security processes.

Secure and Efficient Process: Our services prioritize security and efficiency, ensuring that your biometric information is collected and stored with the utmost confidentiality and compliance.

Legal Compliance: We ensure that the fingerprinting process adheres to legal requirements, making the collected data suitable for immigration and security applications.


How We Assist:

Consultation: Initiate the process with a consultation to understand the specific medical and fingerprinting requirements for your travel or immigration needs.

Appointment Coordination: We assist in scheduling medical appointments and fingerprinting sessions, ensuring a convenient and streamlined process.

Documentation Support: Our team guides you in preparing all necessary documentation, making the entire process smooth and hassle-free.

Post-Service Support: Beyond the service itself, we provide support for any additional requirements or queries that may arise after the medical and fingerprinting processes.