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Old 17.08.2013, 22:43
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Re: Blood test results confidentiality?

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Stand your ground and ask for a full copy of the test results. As NAT says, it is indeed your right. What I have found that works is "I will be moving back to the US, and therefore will need to have complete records."
Haha. Reminds me that a coworker mentioned this being the best way to get your tax-form processed very quickly. You don't need to say you'll move back. Just say: "I intend to travel for the next several months and will be out of reach.".
Because they don't know if you owe the money or they owe you, they have to move your form to the top of the stack ;-)
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