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Canadian Immigration Medical Problems-- Please Help !!

Canadian Immigration Medical Problems-- Please Help !!

Old Jul 17th 2003, 1:54 pm
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Imran Khan
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Default Canadian Immigration Medical Problems-- Please Help !!

I recently sponsored my parents with my brother as dependent. The
process got approved and medical forms were issued to them. My brother
was treated coupple of years ago as having germ cell tumor (which is
highly curable in cancer class and generally considered to have more
than 95% 5-year survival rate).

He got treatment and is completely cured, however my parents disclosed
all the test results and information to the immigration medical
examiner and subsequently he forwarded all the results to the visa
officer in London UK.

Few days back I got to know that the london office has forwarded the
medical file back to Ottawa for review and the file is back into
London office after the views of Ottawa. The medical officer in London
will make the final decision.

Can any one please tell me that any person with sucn kind of cancer
which has very high rate of cure can be admitted as M3 Class ?? Or
simply because a person has history of cancer will automatically
refuse him from considering to enter Canada with Immigration ?

I will highly appreciate your answer.

Thanks
Imran from Toronto
 
Old Jul 17th 2003, 7:09 pm
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Massood Joomratty
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Default Re: Canadian Immigration Medical Problems-- Please Help !!

It is very possible to be admitted despite such medical condition.
Worse scenario: if application is refused, you can appeal.
 
Old Jul 18th 2003, 12:02 am
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James Metcalfe
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If there is a negative decison your parents will receive a letter from the
visa officer warning you of the possibility of refusal and ask for any
additional information they wish to submit. You can seek the opinion of a
specialist and submit it to to the officer to rebut the officers concerns.
If in the end he is refused and your parents are as well yu will have the
opportunity to appeal the decison bioth on matters of law and fact and on H
and C grounds.

Jim Metcalfe







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    > It is very possible to be admitted despite such medical condition.
    > Worse scenario: if application is refused, you can appeal.
 

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