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Will being diagnosed with ADHD make getting a UK Visa a lot harder?

I want to permanently move over to the UK in 6-12 months from New Zealand. I don't really know if I'm going to go for the skills shortage visa, or 2 year youth mobility scheme visa. I have heard ...
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Is it possible to get Adderall or Ritalin in China?

I have ADHD and going to move to China. Is it possible to get Adderall, Ritalin or equivalent ADHD drugs in China?
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How can I take a medical check in Paris without any visa and insurance program?

I'm now in Paris and want to obtain a medical certificate in order to go to Belarus (it is mandatory to submit a medical document to attend school in Belarus). However, I don't have a visa here and ...
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Cerebral palsy and IELTS

I'm suffering from Cerebral palsy and I want to participate in IELTS exam, but as I have certain problems like: missing the lines while reading, being slow in writing and having spasm attacks during ...
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US visa process for medical graduate

The case is as follows: Physician with EU citizenship. Cardiology training completed in the EU, never worked in the US. Interest in pursuing a medical fellowship in the US with several options to ...
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Got Canadian student visa without medical done!

I got a Canadian student visa but no medical done yet. I got my passport with visa stamp. Is this okay? Am I going to have any problem later when I arrive in Canada? I got my admission for Fall 2017 ...
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For US immigrant visa, does the chest X-Ray actually expire even once you have the visa?

My wife's green card application is on hold, waiting on my I-864 (US taxes.. bah! Don't open a Limited in the UK if you're a US citizen unless you're ok with paying $1200 to have your personal US ...
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Question about the Pertussis/Whooping Cough Vaccine?

UK guy looking to move to the US here. I received Parts 1/2/3 of the Pertussis/Whooping Couch vaccine, however I didn't get my booster. I am up to date on Polio, Tetanus and Diphtheria. Do I need to ...
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F1 status holder on medical leave

Currently, I am holding an F1 student visa. In July 2017 I was diagnosed with brain cancer so I took Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 semesters off on medical leave. I have a few concerns: Can I extend ...
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Medical history for medical examination in London for US visa

I am in the process for a K1 visa and I have my medical examination at Knigthsbridge Doctors in London in 2 weeks. I have a few doubts: 1. I am from Italy and have lived in the UK for almost 3 years ...
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Transferring Prescriptions when moving to Canada?

I am a current US citizen and have an ongoing prescription for a government-controlled substance that I will continue to need for the rest of my life. My current doctor writes my prescription and I ...
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Working as a physiotherapist in France

A friend of mine wants to work in France as a physiotherapist. She is a citizen of Hungary and she is currently working as a physiotherapist. She has a bachelor degree in a related field. With these ...
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Can I take the TB (turberculosis) test for the UK visa outside of my home country?

I want to know if I can do the TB test for UK visa application outside of my country of origin. I am currently in Hong Kong but I am from South Korea. Can I take the test in an approved clinic in ...
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Medical test for travel to Canada [duplicate]

I am an Indian citizen. I have a Canadian student visa valid from April 2016 to March 2018. I am planning to travel to Canada in early 2017. The validity of my medical test performed for the issuance ...
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Medical test for travel to Canada

I am an Indian citizen. I have a valid Canadian Student visa valid from April 2016 to March 2018. I am planning to travel to Canada in early 2017. The validity of my medical test performed for the ...
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Do they check for herpes during the medical exam for a visa for Germany?

I am a doctor planning to apply for a specialization in surgery in Germany. I have just been diagnosed as herpes positive during a checkup. During the visa-required medical examination, I know that ...
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i-864 Affidavit of Support and Welfare Reform Act section 403(c)

I singed Affidavit of Support for my in-law few years back. We were not planning to apply for any government assistance and were paying medical insurance for the in-law out of pocket. And then ...
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Who to list as an emergency contact when living overseas?

When one is living single overseas does it make sense to list an emergency contact who lives in the country of origin (assume it to be at least a 8 hour flight)? Does it make more sense to list a new, ...
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How much will Mirtazipine and Buproprion medications cost in Lisbon, Portugal [closed]

I am considering moving to Lisbon from the United States and wanted to know around how much my medications would cost. They are: Buproprion 450 mg (300mg+150mg) Mirtazipine 45 mg
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Alternatives for US visa interview in London for disabled person?

My Husband and I are going to try and relocate to the USA. He is British I am American. I will be sending in the petition soon to start the process of obtaining the Visa for him to relocate. I know ...
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How to get medicines in Canada?

While you can carry your Schedule F medication when returning from abroad you are not allowed to receive it in the mail (http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/dhp-mps/compli-conform/import-export/gui-0084_biu-uif-...
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How to choose an expat medical insurance policy, for a non-US citizen?

Expat medical insurance (global medical insurance) is long-term medical cover for those living outside their home country. It's available from a wide variety of providers (Bupa, Aetna, Cigna, IMG, ...