spousal medical advice needed

Old Feb 12th 2009, 9:13 am
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Hi All,

If something shows in your medical like 2 tiny dots on the chest x-ray, does anyone know what normally happens when the report goes to the london office? i heard that sometimes you get landing but with medical restrictions or somthing? or you have to go for a further x-ray sputus test? or the cic medical person believes it is nothing? would like to hear from others who may know what happens......Also if they discover TB, will you get refused PR or not? just wondering what normally happens in this matter.

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Old Feb 12th 2009, 10:20 am
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It is possible the medical could be "furthered". All these things are up to the Medical Officer (although he is supposed to follow instructions in the DMP's Handbook). I don't like to second-guess the Medical Officer, but presuming the instructions are followed, if the principal applicant and/or an accompanying family member has active tuberculosis the application would be refused. In the case of inactive tuberculosis, the instructions indicate that application may or may not be inadmissible.

The medical criteria for spousal sponsorships are less stringent than for other visa categories, but even in a spousal case if there appears to be a danger to public health (such as active tuberculosis) the DMP has instructions to code the Medical report to cause a refusal for medical reasons.

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They will ask u for sputum test as well as reapit CXR after 2-3 monthts. if they found Active Tb they will put u on medication for 6 month and if u found inactive tb they will give u green light and put u on medical surveillance (in canada)
so now tb is no more problem for canada immigration but it will be delayed your application
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