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Experts - question on inadmissability

Old Aug 20th 2003, 6:44 am
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Karen Lore
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Default Experts - question on inadmissability

Hi Andrew, James and Jim,

My fiance applied to Buffalo under the economic class - business
immigrant (self-employed) in Feb/03 rather than wait till year-end to
apply as a spouse. His credentials fit their tight requirements for
this particular class. My only concern is he may be deemed inadmissable
if he fails the medical exam (possible due to previous health issues).

I recently read that immigration isn't denying entry to members of the
family class (we're getting married soon) that fail the medical exam.

Is this exemption strictly for family class applications or will they
apply it to ours too? A reading of the policy on this matter wasn't
clear.

Thank you for your assistance.

Karen :-)
 
Old Aug 20th 2003, 8:24 am
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James Metcalfe
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Default Re: Experts - question on inadmissability

As he is a SW he could fail if he has a medical condition which will cause
excessive demand or could be contagious for example.

He will have to be a spouse or similar if he he hopes to be exempted from
the excessive demand aspects of the health requirements
If he has a contagious problem he will nt be exempted. Send me a dorect
email and let me know what his problem is and I may be able to give you an
opinion based on the medical officers hand book.

Jim Metcalfe





"Karen Lore" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi Andrew, James and Jim,
    > My fiance applied to Buffalo under the economic class - business
    > immigrant (self-employed) in Feb/03 rather than wait till year-end to
    > apply as a spouse. His credentials fit their tight requirements for
    > this particular class. My only concern is he may be deemed inadmissable
    > if he fails the medical exam (possible due to previous health issues).
    > I recently read that immigration isn't denying entry to members of the
    > family class (we're getting married soon) that fail the medical exam.
    > Is this exemption strictly for family class applications or will they
    > apply it to ours too? A reading of the policy on this matter wasn't
    > clear.
    > Thank you for your assistance.
    > Karen :-)
 
Old Aug 20th 2003, 9:54 am
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Pmm
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Hi Karen

"Karen Lore" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hi Andrew, James and Jim,
    > My fiance applied to Buffalo under the economic class - business
    > immigrant (self-employed) in Feb/03 rather than wait till year-end to
    > apply as a spouse. His credentials fit their tight requirements for
    > this particular class. My only concern is he may be deemed inadmissable
    > if he fails the medical exam (possible due to previous health issues).
    > I recently read that immigration isn't denying entry to members of the
    > family class (we're getting married soon) that fail the medical exam.
    > Is this exemption strictly for family class applications or will they
    > apply it to ours too? A reading of the policy on this matter wasn't
    > clear.
    > Thank you for your assistance.
    > Karen :-)

Strictly spouses

PMM
 
Old Aug 20th 2003, 11:57 am
  #4  
Karen Lore
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Default Re: Experts - question on inadmissability

Thanks, guys - much appreciated!

Karen :-)

PMM wrote:

    > Hi Karen
    > "Karen Lore" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Hi Andrew, James and Jim,
    > >
    > > My fiance applied to Buffalo under the economic class - business
    > > immigrant (self-employed) in Feb/03 rather than wait till year-end to
    > > apply as a spouse. His credentials fit their tight requirements for
    > > this particular class. My only concern is he may be deemed inadmissable
    > > if he fails the medical exam (possible due to previous health issues).
    > >
    > > I recently read that immigration isn't denying entry to members of the
    > > family class (we're getting married soon) that fail the medical exam.
    > >
    > > Is this exemption strictly for family class applications or will they
    > > apply it to ours too? A reading of the policy on this matter wasn't
    > > clear.
    > >
    > > Thank you for your assistance.
    > >
    > > Karen :-)
    > Strictly spouses
    > PMM
 

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