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Kidney Transplant

canuck78

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Jun 18, 2017
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Hello @canuck78 I had also kidney transplant a year ago and I'm 34 years old my current creatinine level is 1.63 mg/dl and my urinalysis, blood chem and other laborator tests are within normal range. Will this be a problem during the medical test? I already have a job offer and LMIA approved

My annual medication is estimated at 15,000 to 17,000 CAD.
Impossible to say and I’d be more concerned about not passing a medical when/if you apply for PR. At that point your kidney will be older.
 
 

jjb23

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Impossible to say and I’d be more concerned about not passing a medical when/if you apply for PR. At that point your kidney will be older.
My employer is applying the PR and work permit at the same time, will there be any problem on that?
 

canuck78

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My employer is applying the PR and work permit at the same time, will there be any problem on that?
Impossible to say whether your kidney transplant will be an issue. Organs are not lifelong so cost of future transplant or dialysis is usually a factor.
 

canuck78

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Hi @canuck78 will be a problem for me in getting a work permit? What are my chances?
It is impossible for me to say. Definitely not a guaranteed refusal but the fact that you will eventually need another transplant and/or dialysis will be a factor. The reason for your kidney failure also has an impact. Would include a letter from your nephrologist about your current health, current healthcare requirements, prognosis, etc.