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Hepatitis B and immigration

Cynthia03

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Sep 15, 2020
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Hi
Hello,

In a few days from now i will undergo a medical exam for my work permit visa application. Im scared but pretty sure that i can get my working visa. Im a chronic hepa B carrier but i know God will help me pass through this. Just sharing.
Hi. You have same case with my husband, did you pass?
 

Cynthia03

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Sep 15, 2020
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Hi M
Hi..

Im from philippines a hepa b chronic carrier.
Me and my partner is processing a common law application for working permit/permanent residence..

My partner had no idea about my health condition. I had my last lab test yr 2016 with DNA VIRAL of 120 and my ALT/SGPT are within ranger and my liver ultrasound is normal..

Since were planning to go in canada i went back to my doctor in st.lukes hosp to check again my hepa condition..

Do i need to disclose my condition during my medical ?

Im very worried about my condition,i hope and pray that will have a chance to get a visa..
Hi ma'am. You have same case with my husband. Did you able to go in Canada? Can you please give me some idea on what you did? Please I want to help my husband. Thank you.
 

horizonj

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Jun 9, 2017
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Category........
Visa Office......
Online
App. Filed.......
23-03-2017
Med's Request
28-03-2017
Med's Done....
21-04-2017
Passport Req..
19-05-2017
VISA ISSUED...
24-05-2017
Good day. Anyone please help me, ideas will be highly appreciated. Thank you.
I am applying for AIPP in Canada included in my application is that I can bring with me my family but I have a problem with my husband's medical condition. He is Hepatitis B reactive but his healthy. Is hepatatis b included during medical exam? Is it possible foe him to go with us? Please help me, I badly needed some honest and helpful advice. Thank you and God bless.
As long as all his lab test relating to hepa B are good (SGPT, ALT, viral load, liver ultrasound) that shouldn't be a problem. And it's good to have a medical certificate from a specialist as well. I have chronic hepa B too, my husband has hepa C, both our medicals has passed, our visas were approved. You just have to declare it during medical and do all the required tests. It may be costly, but that's the only thing you should do.
 

Cynthia03

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Sep 15, 2020
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As long as all his lab test relating to hepa B are good (SGPT, ALT, viral load, liver ultrasound) that shouldn't be a problem. And it's good to have a medical certificate from a specialist as well. I have chronic hepa B too, my husband has hepa C, both our medicals has passed, our visas were approved. You just have to declare it during medical and do all the required tests. It may be costly, but that's the only thing you should do.
Hi horizonj. Noted. Thank you so much for sharing me your story and inspiring us. I am grateful for the ideas and it help us a lot. I highly appreciate your help. Thank you!