Hello, We are at the beginning of the visa process for our move to China in August, and have a question about the medical check. After looking into the foreign medical check form the school sent us, it became clear we would need to get it done privately, costing around £400 each. Our school has told us we can sign a 'health commitment letter' instead, but that if we fail the medical check in China... that's it. We would have to leave at our own expense. I was just wondering, has anybody heard of people failing? How strict are they regarding what passes and what fails? We are generally very healthy, never had any serious illnesses. We'd really like to not pay £800 for unnecessary tests that are going to be done in China anyway. If it's rare that people fail I'd say it's a gamble we'd be willing to take. It would be brilliant to hear from anyone with experience of this. Thanks in advance!