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Hi all...

I really need some help here. My boyfriend and I would like to Marry and live in the US with him as my son and I are in the UK

My questions are...... For the medical do they need to see your medical records????

I took and OD 2 yrs ago as my ex tried to kill me, will this be a problem???

I gave myself herpies as a child will this be a problem??? (cold sore on the mouth and I somehow transfered it)

My son currently 13 has cerebral palsy just affecting his legs, he is able in every other way and can even walk.

will this be a problem????

I really love my boyfriend and need some correct answers as apposed to reading through endless confussing info.

I will be very greatful for any advise

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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they don't see your records but they do interview you and ask you some backgrouund questions.... Questions regarding mental health will be asked about

CP is not a problem for the child to immigrate


YMMV

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hi all...

I really need some help here. My boyfriend and I would like to Marry and live in the US with him as my son and I are in the UK

My questions are...... For the medical do they need to see your medical records????

No, but unless you like vaccinations it would be good to present your vaccination records. They may ask you to present medical records if they determine you may have an inadmissible health problem.

I took and OD 2 yrs ago as my ex tried to kill me, will this be a problem???

If the doctor determines you are a possible danger to yourself or others, then yes - it will be a problem. In this case, there is a good chance they will want to see your psych records.

I gave myself herpies as a child will this be a problem??? (cold sore on the mouth and I somehow transfered it)

Herpes is not one of the STD's listed by the CDC as being a "public health significance" for the purpose of immigration.

My son currently 13 has cerebral palsy just affecting his legs, he is able in every other way and can even walk.

will this be a problem????

No

I really love my boyfriend and need some correct answers as apposed to reading through endless confussing info.

I will be very greatful for any advise

The main thing they are concerned about are diseases or illnesses that pose a risk to other people in the US.


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