Cold/Flu don`t count as chronic disease. As long as you don`t have fever, I don`t think that will hamper your test but be sure there`s no wheezing sound in your chest due to flu. They might take that other way. If any doubt then you can just postpone by a week to be in a safe side. You need to disclose the medication you are taking while filling out a medical history questionnaire with doctor.Hi all, I am to have my medical tomorrow but I have some flu-like symptoms which my GP gave me antibiotics for. Should I go ahead with my medical or postpone it by a few days? Also would I need to disclose my current meds if I go through with it?
The re-medical request was updated via the online application platform (same as how we used to receive ITA, AOR notice, etc), not through email. And i’m pure FSW-O.thanks for sharing the update. Are you a pure FSW-O (haven't received any PNP nomination from any province)? Also which mail address did you get the remedical request from ? in case you are a Pure FSW-O and have received the remed mail from a mail address having "Spore" in it, you are very likely to have Singapore VO as your Primary VO.
Hello,To answer my own question and avoid confusion- I saw changes in my profile today. So I guess composing a new mail to reply is okay.
Thankyou my dear friend.Just 2 months left on your medical now. No reply for 10 months….that`s really painful. They must & should extend the medical for the applicants like you. Have to contacted the VO? Just raising the webform is meaningless these days. Last week I raised webform after 10Pm & received reply next morning at 8:20 AM with Afghan crisis excuse. I was really surprised to receive reply within 10 hours. Have you got medical report copy with you? Just raise the webform with medical report scan copy and that might bring some attention to your file. That might trigger something for you.
makes no sense.Dears,
Three weeks after the re medical passed, I just received the mail "do you want to migrate: .....
Absolutely no sense !