List of African and Caribbean countries that need to apply for a TB certificate.

Algeria, Angola, Benin (get tested in Nigeria), Botswana, Burkina Faso (get tested in Ghana), Burundi (get tested in Rwanda), Cape Verde (get tested in Gambia or Senegal),Central African Republic (get tested in Cameroon),Chad (get tested in Cameroon),Cameroon, Congo (get tested in Democratic Republic of the Congo), Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti (get tested in Ethiopia),Dominican Republic, Equatorial Guinea (get tested in Ghana),Eritrea (get tested in Kenya),Ethiopia, Gabon (get tested in Cameroon),Gambia, Ghana, Guinea (get tested in Sierra Leone),Guinea Bissau (get tested in Gambia or Senegal),Kenya, Lesotho (get tested in South Africa),Liberia (get tested in Ghana),Madagascar, Malawi, Mali (get tested in Gambia or Senegal),Mauritania (get tested in Morocco),Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger (get tested in Ghana),Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, São Tomé and Principe (get tested in Angola),Senegal, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands (get tested in Papua New Guinea),Somalia (get tested in Kenya),South Africa, South Korea, South Sudan (get tested in Kenya),Sudan, Swaziland (get tested in South Africa),Tanzania, Togo (get tested in Ghana),Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

The home office website has contact details of the designated clinics. Send an email to them to schedule an appointment and instructions on how to pay. You need to schedule a date within their working hours. I will advise that you choose early in the morning so you will be able to collect your TB certificate on the same day. The process is straight forward but you must know the address of your school or contact address in the united kingdom and also come along with evidence of payment and a pen.