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I'm probably over thinking this (all part other process,right?).  My husbands interview is tomorrow at the London embassy.  He's cleared on his medical, but his foot is bothering him.  His GP has never diagnosed anything, and just gives him aleve, telling him to lose weight - I think it is plantar fasciitis. 


Will they be sceptical of approving him since he has a limp right now, and may need to use a crutch?

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Yes you are overthinking  ? but totally understandable considering the journey!!! The visa  Medical is for specific communicable diseases .....  "if" he is asked at all, he can just say what you have said ....So,  keep breathing!,,, it wiill be done soon!    ?

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Plantar faciitis is super painful!  I had it for 2 years so I understand his pain (pun intended)


It is not a reason to deny him a visa.  If they ask, just tell the truth, plantar faciitis is also very common.


good luck 

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