加拿大移民和留学体检指南

加拿大移民和留学体检指南 - 飞出国

您需要在从使馆签发体检表日期的30天内(以体检信上提到的期限为准)到使馆指定的地方体检。体检前请提前与体检医院电话预约。加拿大移民部认可的中国移民体检机构体检表上有,也可参见:
http://www.cic.gc.ca/dmp-md/medicalinfo.aspx?CountryID=1992&CountryName=China,%20People's%20Republic%20of

体检时带上所有体检成员的IMM1017表,身份证或护照、4张移民照片(尺寸是3.5cm*4.5cm,白底)可以先和体检医院预约并询问体检前的注意事项。

体检项很简单,主要项目包括胸透,血,尿,血压,体重,身高,视力还有一些简单询问。

就体检常见问题与对策FLYabroad提示如下:

  1. 梅毒、爱滋感染者绝对是通不过体检的;器官移植者一般也通不过体检
  2. 对于肿瘤患者也很麻烦,要有专门医生做评估的评估5年内复发的风险性
  3. 体检时会检查乙肝,丙肝,如果以前出现过转氨酶高的情况,请体检时候空腹去
  4. 如有糖尿病的话,需空腹体检,体检前多喝白开水;尿检正常的话,可以不提病史
  5. 如果血压高,测血压时正常的话,也可以不提;血压检测临界点是90,130
  6. 对于视力有问题的,一定要想办法矫正到0.8,测视力时是可以带近视镜的。
  7. 对于有肺结核病史的人,肺部会有钙化点,基本使馆都要求复检,做痰培养;为节省时间,也可以体检时主动要求体检医生做该项。
  8. 对于孕期的申请人来说,一定要在体检时提前跟体检医院说明,听体检医生的建议。虽然理论上4个月以后做胸透对孩子影响会小点,不过当前父母对辐射都比较在乎,一般会向使馆申请延期体检。等孩子出生后再体检。或者先体检其他项,孩子出生后再补X光照相就可以了

**基本原则:**能不提的就别提了,避免节外生枝,否则医生会备注到体检报告上的,使馆会要求加项检查,费时误事;但是对于肺结核啊,手术啊, 医生都可以直观或者通过检测发现的就不必隐瞒了。

体检费用是人民币1450元/成人,孩子会少点(体检表上有说明),直接支付给体检医院,一家三口带上4200块钱去就够了。

体检结果由医院统一直接寄给加拿大使馆(对于收到Email体检通知的申请人,体检后医院会给您一个凭证,请保留好,需要寄给使馆)。一般体检后当天下午7点前体检医院不来电话就说明体检没问题,不用担心。

注意:香港使馆体检后不需要单独邮寄任何文件,只需等Email取签信即可,收到取签信再给香港使馆寄护照,交登录费,HK使馆体检后拿签证差不多是3个月左右

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加拿大每年有近千人因体检原因拒签

加拿大放宽技术移民体检要求,对因为给加拿大医疗系统带来重大负担的判断标准由原先的 $6,655 提高到 $19,965。后面可能进一步放宽要求,甚至有取消移民体检的传言。

2013年后加拿大移民体检增加了甲肝,乙肝的体检项目。2017年后又在酝酿放宽要求。随着医疗科学和技术的提高,降低体检要求也属于正常改变。

Changes to Medical Inadmissibility Policy

Backgrounder

From: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

Every year, approximately 1,000 applicants for permanent and temporary residence in Canada receive a medical inadmissibility finding. It is determined that their health condition may adversely affect health or social services, and this may lead to them being found to be medically inadmissible. About 200 to 300 cases relate to special education services for children.

No health condition leads to automatic inadmissibility. Applicants may be found inadmissible if the services required to treat their health condition or that of an accompanying dependent is anticipated to cost more than the annual cost threshold, which, for 2017, is $6,655 per year and $33,275 over 5 years.

There are exemptions for certain applicant categories, including refugees and some members of the family class, specifically spouses, common-law partners and dependent children. In addition, not all temporary residents are eligible for health and social services funded by provinces and territories, so only some temporary residents are assessed for medical inadmissibility. The medical inadmissibility provisions mostly affect the economic class.

Since 2016, the Government of Canada has been reviewing all elements of the medical inadmissibility provisions. This included discussing possible policy changes with the provinces and territories at the Forum of Ministers Responsible for Immigration in September 2017. Dialogue with the provinces and territories will continue in the coming months.

The upcoming policy changes (the removal of certain social services, such as special education, and an increase in the cost threshold) address the issue of inclusion, as they would mean that most people with disabilities would no longer be inadmissible.

By tripling the cost threshold, many applicants, particularly those with conditions that primarily require publicly funded prescription drugs (for example, HIV), would likely become admissible because the cost of most of these medications, particularly the generic brands, would not typically exceed the new cost threshold.

To improve client service and enhance transparency, a number of measures will be implemented. These include the following:

  • centralization of medical inadmissibility applications to 1 office in Canada for greater consistency and efficiency in decision-making
  • plain-language review and revamp of departmental procedures and products to facilitate the application process and ensure clear communication with clients
  • ongoing training of decision makers and medical officers to support these changes

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Process for medical refusals

In the case of an IMM 5365B with a medical profile of inadmissibility, applicants must be permitted to respond. The following procedure must be followed:

  • The medical officer will send a copy of the medical record (not including x-rays) and the Medical Notification (IMM 5365B) to the visa/immigration officer.
  • If the health condition of the applicant, or the applicant’s family member, is likely to cause a danger to public health or public safety , the visa/immigration officer will notify the principal applicant of the medical results using the model Procedural Fairness Letter - medical refusals .
  • If the health condition of the applicant, or the applicant’s family member, might reasonably cause excessive demand on health (i.e., out-patient medication) and/or social services , and notify the applicant by using the model Procedural Fairness Letter (medical refusal excessive demand cases) and provide the applicant with the Declaration of Ability and Intent template.
  • A minimum of sixty (60) days from the date of the above-referenced letter of notification must be allowed to permit the applicant to respond.
  • The visa/immigration officer will forward any new information provided by the applicant to the appropriate medical officers, using the form Letter to Medical Officer (from Visa/Immigration Officer) about New Medical Information in Procedural Fairness Cases.
  • If the applicant does not supply additional documentation or information within the time allowed, the visa/immigration officer will refuse the application.

Applicants must:

  • provide any additional documentation or information that may be relevant to their application;
  • pay any fees charged by doctors or other professionals they may consult in order to submit additional information;
  • respond to the visa office within the time allotted.

If the applicant provides new information within the 60-day period challenging the medical opinion and/or providing a mitigation plan, the medical officer will review the new information under Procedural Fairness and either:

  • confirm the initial medical opinion; or
  • withdraw the existing medical opinion and reopen the assessment process leading to a new medical opinion.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/publications-manuals/operational-bulletins-manuals/standard-requirements/medical-requirements/refusals-inadmissibility/danger-public-health-public-safety.html