Canada, 5th December: Here we are reviewing some medical conditions for getting a Canada study visa.
Let us begin the process in detail.
Some Medical Conditions for getting a Canada Study Visa— Some Medical Conditions for getting a Canada Study Visa are being reviewed here. These are vital for aspirants wanting to study in Canada.
“For getting Canada Study Visa, you would have to go for medical examination and the Doctor has to report on certain aspects such as Blood Test, Urinalysis, Chest X-Ray etc . “
Medical exam requirements for Canada study visa—If you want to study in Canada and stay for more than six months there, then you need a medical exam.
Canada immigration department requires having undergone a medical test. For this, you need an appointment with any designated medical practitioner(DMS). The doctor will ask—
- all applicants aged above 10 years to have a chest X-ray.
- An x-ray is required for children aged below 10 years if there is a history/clinical examination which shows there is a requirement/evidence of tuberculosis in the family.
- He will also carryon other tests as prescribed to be done by Canada Immigration Department. Among other tests, Liver, Kidney tests are also there
What documents need to be taken along to the doctor’s office?—Well, following are needed to be taken along to the doctor’s office—
- Your passport
- Your client ID(if you know it)
- Your eye glasses
- Any other relevant medical report(s)
- Four recent passport size photographs(showing head and shoulder)
Remember, all costs related to the medical examination are to be borne by you. You can be asked to undergo any other additional tests, if needed.
Process for persons requiring a medical examination—One needs to make an appointment with any doctor on the list of designated medical practitioners. You need to check the list where you live. The medical examination needs to be performed by one of the licensed physicians shown on the “List of designated Medical practitioners”.
- The medical examination;
- Blood test;
- Chest x-ray
Reporting- All the above mentioned must be forwarded by the examining doctor to the Canada immigration department (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada).
- If the doctor works with the eMedical electronic system, they shall give you an up-front medical notification printout.
- If the doctor works with a paper system, they shall give you a copy of the IMM 1017B Upfront Medical Report form.
You need to attach this form to your application before submitting it to Canada visa office. If you are applying online, you need to upload the form before submitting an application.