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Subject: Sending Medicals Before Application is submitted
  Is there anyone who can elaborate on this? To save time, I want my spouse-to-be to undergo immigration medical assessment before I submit the application under Family Class. My questions is, what happens if the medical report comes to the visa office before the application is submitted? Would they just toss it away or keep it until the application comes in? Also, how long is the medical valid for? I hear 3 months, 1 year-which one is true?

Thanks

Byron

[06-12-2004,22:35]
Byron
Hepatitis C Medical Assessment (in reply to: Sending Medicals Before Application is submitted)
What´s the implication of the medical assessment if one has had a history of Hepatitis C? I hear if one carries Hepatitis A &/ B they won´t allow the person in. What´s the case for Hepatitis C?

Thanks

Byron

[06-12-2004,22:37]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Sending Medicals Before Application is submitted)
Hi Byron,

Submitting ahead the medicals is like submitting a job application to a non-existent position.

[06-12-2004,23:35]
bruce
(in reply to: Sending Medicals Before Application is submitted)
Hi Byron ...first of all medicals are valid for an year. Secondly, the doctor will ask you for a client ID from CIC when you go for your medicals.
[07-12-2004,00:02]
zues
Confused (in reply to: Sending Medicals Before Application is submitted)
According to the new rule medicals can be done before the application is submitted. In the application form it says: "...The DMP will give you the second copy of the form IMM 1017EFC as proof you underwent the medical examination. You must include this copy with your immigrant application when you send it to your sponsor... " Obviously, I can´t submit the application before the medicals are done, and you´re saying if there is no application, they won´t hold the medicals on file?

Bayar

[07-12-2004,10:57]
Byron
Spouse medical (in reply to: Sending Medicals Before Application is submitted)
Submission of medical report is applicable only to immigration application/sponsorship of spouses, common-law partners, conjugal partners and dependent children applying for permanent residence outside of Canada.

Please see link:http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/sponsor/medicals-faq.html

In your case, you mention something about "spouse to be", I assume that you have yet to marry her. If that´s so, then it will not fall into the category of a spousal sponsorship and hence medical examination cannot be done before submission of application. How to fit into the category of "common law and conjugal partner" is a whole different story and it´s complicated.

Please see the link, and hopefully it should answer all your questions.

PS: there is a barcode to the Medical report and receipt, which will the medical report to the receipt that you attach to the immigration application.

[07-12-2004,17:04]
Will
Correction (in reply to: Sending Medicals Before Application is submitted)
PS: there is a barcode to the Medical report and receipt, which will LINK the medical report to the receipt that you submit with the immigration application.
[07-12-2004,17:07]
Will
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