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Subject: Medical for Permanent Skilled Canadian Immigration
We,(me and my wife)have got medical forms,we applied under skilled visa for canada,and my wife is principal applicant.My question is that if Principal applicant is pregnant,Doctor will not take X-ray.Will embassy issue us landing visa without X-ray of principal applicant or not?
[16-10-2007,13:29]
[**.57.211.236]
JSS
(in reply to: Medical for Permanent Skilled Canadian Immigration)
Nope. She will have to wait till she delivers. You should also wait if the the baby is not going to be born in near future. Another way, is to take an X-ray with lead plate if she is not in advanced stage. Read about it and decide accordingly.
[16-10-2007,13:57]
[***.21.154.9]
Samm
(in reply to: Medical for Permanent Skilled Canadian Immigration)
You have to be careful here.

If it is still safe for the baby your wife can take X-rays go ahead but you will HAVE TO LAND BEFORE THE BABY IS BORN as he/she is not obviously in the application. That is what I heard before.

If not, wait the baby gets delivered, get the paperwork for the baby and add it to the application, inform CIC and get medical forms for him/her too!

Overall it is better to wait the baby is born unless it is very early in pregnancy and your case can be finalized before the new arrival. It is your choice. Samm is right!

[16-10-2007,14:33]
[***.207.38.125]
CBV333
Medical for Permanent Skilled Canadian Immigration (in reply to: Medical for Permanent Skilled Canadian Immigration)
Thanks.But my wife has to deliver baby after six months.Yes,we have to be careful about X-Ray.
[16-10-2007,15:16]
[**.57.211.236]
JSS
(in reply to: Medical for Permanent Skilled Canadian Immigration)
If you do the x-ray (medicals) now then you will have to land before the baby is born.

If you do the x-ray (medicals) now then do not send your passport for visa stamping if you cannot land before the baby is born. Include the baby in the PR application.

If you do your medicals and your wife waits till the baby is born then if your medicals expire , you will have to do it again. Include the baby in the PR application.

Choice is yours.

[16-10-2007,15:39]
[***.21.154.17]
Samm
(in reply to: Medical for Permanent Skilled Canadian Immigration)
This is my suggestion.

Write to CIC to tell your wife is 3 months pregnant so you prefer to wait for X-ray and medicals. So they will know why it is delayed.

Once the baby is born include him/her in the application THEN do the medicals.

Samm is right he gives you more options

[16-10-2007,15:57]
[***.207.38.125]
CBV333
Medical for Permanent Skilled Canadian Immigration posting (in reply to: Medical for Permanent Skilled Canadian Immigration)
I am writing from home.So pc IP address is different.

Thanks for your kind advises,Medical is scheduled for tomorrow,and it will depend upon doctor itself.In anyway otherwise we have to wait for six months,and to do some more paperwork in order to apply for the child.Its written in medical forms that in case of pregnancy,abdominal X-ray should have a shield.Let´s see.I will update tomorrow evening.Thanks.

[16-10-2007,17:37]
[**.149.133.198]
JSS
Medical for Permanent Skilled Canadian Immigration (in reply to: Medical for Permanent Skilled Canadian Immigration)
We passed the medical,Therapist advised us not to go for X-Ray of my wife(Principal Applicant),and medical might be send to London Embassy(we applied from Warsaw)in three weeks without one X-ray of principal applicant.Is there any chance for Embassy to issue us landing visa without X-ray of principal applicant?
[20-10-2007,08:21]
[**.57.208.99]
JSS

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