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Strange request for you. I'm having to leave Moscow unexpectedly and will depart in a few weeks. The agency which has made all my arrangements for visa and travel are trying to charge me a very large amount of money to leave on such a short notice. They say that it is in the contract (which is true). However, they have said if I get a doctor's note which states that I can no longer live in Moscow at this time, there will be no extra charges. This can be for any reason (environment, stress, trouble at home, etc) They just want it to be from a doctor and have a stamp. It's just a formality. Do you know who could help me with this? I would be willing to pay. I'm just a student and need to save where I can! Thanks so much!
NHM
Answer:
Thankyou for your question. It is advisable to go to a physician and present your situation. If there are medical reasons to leave Moscow,this can be verified in a letter on your behalf to the agencies that are requesting this documentation. Hoping this is helpful. Kind Regards
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