Thursday, July 09, 2009

Medical Inadmissibility May Cause Refusal of Permanent Resident Visa Application



Before a Permanent Resident Visa is issued, a medical examination is required. All family member, accompanying or non-accompanying, are required to undergo medical examinations. Any family member to be determined medically inadmissible may result to refusal of Permanent Resident Visa application.

Medical Inadmissibility May Cause Refusal of Permanent Resident Visa Application


What is the basis of Medical Inadmissibility?

The following medical conditions are considered inadmissible:




  • Medical conditions that may cause danger to public health and safety



  • Medical conditions that may reasonably require excessive demand on the Canadian health care system or on social services in Canada
  • Medical examination to determine medical inadmissibility is conducted by Designated Medical Practitioners around the world regardless of which Canadian Visa Office you filed your application. Here's the list of Designated Medical Practitioners by Visa Office in Manila.

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