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ash_1967
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Category........: FSW2
Visa Office......: New Delhi
NOC Code......: 1231 (1111)
Job Offer........: Yes
App. Filed.......: 26-10-2009
Doc's Request.: 01-03-2010
Nomination.....: -
AOR Received.: 01-03-2010
IELTS Request: Already Done on 15/01/2009 and submitted with full docs to Visa Office on 12/03/2010
File Transfer...: 10-03-2010
Med's Request: 01-06-2010 (Received by My Lawyer in Canada on 15-06-2010)
Med's Done....: 26-06-2010 and Medical & Passports Sent on 28-06-2010 which Recd by CHC on 29-06-2010
Interview........: Waived by grace of God
Passport Req..: 01-06-2010 (Received by My Lawyer in Canada on 15-06-2010)
VISA ISSUED...: Visa stamped on 22nd and issued on 22/07/2010 and Received on 24/07/2010 by grace of God
LANDED..........: Still not decided

« on: August 14, 2010, 11:17:47 pm »

Hi

One of my friend is ill with joints pain problem and spine/survical pain problem. He feels this pain intermittently and doing good job in home country. He has already applied in November-09 and awaiting for medical.

What you people think should he disclose all his illness history to DMP? Would he be able to get his medical exam passed if he disclose all his illness situation to DMP?

What Canada weather would be effect on him as their is great cold and he is suffering from Bones Pains problem? and what are the treatment facilities would be available to him in Canada? Are medical treatment technologies are enough good and would he be able to get cured him self there?

Should he go for medical and move to canada or just withdraw his file?

Thanks

Ash_1967

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Full Docs to Visa Office..............12/03/2010
Second AOR from Visa Office......13/04/2010
Verification Call.........................13/05/2010
Ecas Status..."in Process" Since...13/05/2010

The future belongs to those who believe in their dreams.
ash_1967
Hero Member
*****

Posts: 562
Ratings: +7
Category........: FSW2
Visa Office......: New Delhi
NOC Code......: 1231 (1111)
Job Offer........: Yes
App. Filed.......: 26-10-2009
Doc's Request.: 01-03-2010
Nomination.....: -
AOR Received.: 01-03-2010
IELTS Request: Already Done on 15/01/2009 and submitted with full docs to Visa Office on 12/03/2010
File Transfer...: 10-03-2010
Med's Request: 01-06-2010 (Received by My Lawyer in Canada on 15-06-2010)
Med's Done....: 26-06-2010 and Medical & Passports Sent on 28-06-2010 which Recd by CHC on 29-06-2010
Interview........: Waived by grace of God
Passport Req..: 01-06-2010 (Received by My Lawyer in Canada on 15-06-2010)
VISA ISSUED...: Visa stamped on 22nd and issued on 22/07/2010 and Received on 24/07/2010 by grace of God
LANDED..........: Still not decided

« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2010, 01:42:01 am »

Hi

One of my friend is ill with joints pain problem and spine/survical pain problem. He feels this pain intermittently and doing good job in home country. He has already applied in November-09 and awaiting for medical.

What you people think should he disclose all his illness history to DMP? Would he be able to get his medical exam passed if he disclose all his illness situation to DMP?

What Canada weather would be effect on him as their is great cold and he is suffering from Bones Pains problem? and what are the treatment facilities would be available to him in Canada? Are medical treatment technologies are enough good and would he be able to get cured him self there?

Should he go for medical and move to canada or just withdraw his file?

Thanks

Ash_1967

Ash_1967
Logged

Full Docs to Visa Office..............12/03/2010
Second AOR from Visa Office......13/04/2010
Verification Call.........................13/05/2010
Ecas Status..."in Process" Since...13/05/2010

The future belongs to those who believe in their dreams.
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