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visa turned down for dependents having learning disorder?

visa turned down for dependents having learning disorder?

Old Aug 24th 2007, 8:23 am
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Originally Posted by Jim Humphries
The medical criteria will center around whether or not the child can live independently. I do not think it would be a problem with a well documented mild case, but I am not the "decider", nor am I a doctor of medicine.
Hi Richard,
well she will definitely be able to live independently so there are no worries there, (she has red hair so if she can find a man who will put up with her temper we are laughing!) Haha just our sense of humour! though she does have red hair and the temper to go with it!
I think that with the waiting so long and all the reports that I gave in the medical from when she was 2 (she is now 10), to be asked for more and to wait further, it just gets to you....I'm not a very patient it seems.
I'm hoping that they require my skills so can see through her mild case, I'm a BMS so hopefully I shall be able to give far more to the community than she will ever take!!!
Many thanks for the info and you have given me hope,
Paula.

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