Upfront Medicals for Canadian immigration applicants (Family Class ) is no Longer Available
Upfront Medicals for Canadian immigration applicants – Applicants for permanent residence are vetted by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for medical and criminal inadmissibility.
Visa and immigration officers and border services officers have the authority to issue medical instructions. Once instructions are issued, applicants must undergo the medical examination within 30 days. The results are then added to the application for review by IRCC.
Upfront Medicals for Canadian immigration applicants
Upfront medical examinations are now only available for the following immigration classes:
- Express Entry applicants.
Applicants may be denied a a permanent resident visa on medical grounds, if:
Their condition would endanger the health or safety of the Canadian population at large; or
Their admission might cause excessive demand on existing social or health services provided by the government.
The excessive demand component may be waived under the Family Class for the spouse, common-law partner, conjugal partner, or dependent children of the sponsor.
The sponsored person(s) still may be refused if their condition is considered to be a danger to Canadian public health or safety.
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