medical for non accompanying son

Old Jun 11th 2009, 5:01 am
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Originally Posted by flower-power
hi all
the med requests came through yesterday; hopefully my stepson will just be able to get them done after finishing his uni exams and before going to China
One more step closer
Fingers crossed for you - good luck
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Old Jun 11th 2009, 8:54 pm
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Apologies for jumping onto this thread but just trying to clarify in my head.

I have 3 children from a previous marriage all of whom are NOT going to Canada.

1. Son aged 22 In Royal Navy

2. Son aged 19 In Royal Navy

3. Daughter aged 15 At School (Living with her mother)

Have I got this right?

All 3 will appear on my CIC application as non acc?

All 3 will have to undergo a medical?

I will have to send some proof that I have met my maintenance/custody requirements for Daughter?

Queries I have is Son 1 according to definition is not a dependent (over 22 and working) does he have to go on my application? and what form of proof is required about my daughters maintenance? Could I supply that without reference to my previous wife? (There were no official custody or maintenance contracts ...all voluntary)

Any clarification gratefully received Thanks
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Old Jun 12th 2009, 8:03 am
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Hi

Originally Posted by jimmydean
Apologies for jumping onto this thread but just trying to clarify in my head.

I have 3 children from a previous marriage all of whom are NOT going to Canada.

1. Son aged 22 In Royal Navy

2. Son aged 19 In Royal Navy

3. Daughter aged 15 At School (Living with her mother)

Have I got this right?

All 3 will appear on my CIC application as non acc?

All 3 will have to undergo a medical?

I will have to send some proof that I have met my maintenance/custody requirements for Daughter?

Queries I have is Son 1 according to definition is not a dependent (over 22 and working) does he have to go on my application? and what form of proof is required about my daughters maintenance? Could I supply that without reference to my previous wife? (There were no official custody or maintenance contracts ...all voluntary)

Any clarification gratefully received Thanks
1. Not quite, the 22 year old is not a dependent. So only 2/3 will require medical and No. 2 will require Criminal Records check.
2. Just proof of what maintenance you supply.
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