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Old May 13th 2017, 11:42 pm   #1
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Default Work permit medical advice

Hi,

I'm starting work in an international school in August (I'm a teacher). I know when I get there I need a work permit. What does the medical entail? What do they test for?

I'm diabetic (type 1) and have been since I was a baby. Will this be a problem?

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Old May 26th 2017, 2:19 pm   #2
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Hi,

I'm starting work in an international school in August (I'm a teacher). I know when I get there I need a work permit. What does the medical entail? What do they test for?

I'm diabetic (type 1) and have been since I was a baby. Will this be a problem?

Cheers
Cannot give you details for your situation. HIV, chest xray may be one of the tests. Thais are concerned about infectious diseases. Diabetes won't be an issue.
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