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Medical inadmissibility rules changes

forestj

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Feb 5, 2019
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Then I would wait to see if you f you get a procedural fairness letter before higher a lawyer. If you get a pfl then a lawyer can help.
Yes this is what I would do. I was hoping to find an approximate cost of hiring a lawyer to help with a pfl, from those who may have done the same. Thanks
 

canuck78

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Jun 18, 2017
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I want to ask a question.
While i Was filling canada forms, there is a statuary question about serious disease.
I had a VSD Closure through open heart surgery almost 15 years ago when i was a child and i am not receiving any medication for it neither before the surgery nor after the surgery. Should I Select "Yes" or "No" Under this question. Your kind help is required.
Is it due to a disease or was it just to fix a congenital abnormality? If you don’t have a disease the answer is no.
 

olaidetitus

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Nov 3, 2019
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Hello. My case is as follow: I have a hepatitis B with very low viral load (never exceed 500) and sometime indetectable. By mistake I was put on oral treatment (Tenofovir only). And this currently allows to maintain my viral load to undetectable level. The liver and blood tests are all good. Also I have controls max 2 times a year if not once a year. What are my chances of passing the medical check especially since the new threshold is around $ 19600.

Controls are: ultrasound, blood test, viral load check

Thanks for your reply
Hello,
I'm interested in the outcome of your medical exam? Please have you undergone the exams and was there any issue?

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