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Filed: Country: Canada
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I have a quick question about DS-156. On question 38, what is considered a dangerous physical or mental disorder? I have had some psychological problems, and I'm just wondering how to answer. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Italy
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Always put "no", that's the best way. If they see you answered yes to one of those questions they might think is something serious and you might start having problems.


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Always put "no", that's the best way. If they see you answered yes to one of those questions they might think is something serious and you might start having problems.

I would not agree well if you have any please say the truth and give a medical report and back up on it


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Always put "no", that's the best way. If they see you answered yes to one of those questions they might think is something serious and you might start having problems.

I would not agree well if you have any please say the truth and give a medical report and back up on it

That would depend on what type of psychological problems the OP has had. As they havent stated its a little difficult to offer a suggestion on how it should be answered.


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Filed: Country: Canada
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I've been waiting 6 years for a diagnosis, which I still don't have. But the illness that have been thrown out to me have been depression, schizophrenia, dissociative identity disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder. Through all of this, I do have a history of suicide attempts and self harm. Would that be considered a dangerous mental disorder?


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Consulate : Montreal, Canada

I-129F Sent : 2005-09-03

I-129F NOA1 : 2005-09-20

I-129F NOA2 : 2005-11-23

Consulate Received : 2005-12-7

Packet 3 Received : 2005-12-20

Interview Date : 2006-04-27

Visa Approvial : 2006-07-07

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Colombia
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Always put "no", that's the best way. If they see you answered yes to one of those questions they might think is something serious and you might start having problems.

I agree.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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I've been waiting 6 years for a diagnosis, which I still don't have. But the illness that have been thrown out to me have been depression, schizophrenia, dissociative identity disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder. Through all of this, I do have a history of suicide attempts and self harm. Would that be considered a dangerous mental disorder?

Sorry if I sound a little condecending.. but you don't consider all of the above "dangerous mental disorders"?? :huh:

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That's a hard one. If you haven't ever been formally diagnosed with something specific it would be hard to answer that question with a yes. I think the question might be more along the lines of a formal diagnosis especially with some kind of incarceration resulting or time spent in an institution. It's hard to qualify "dangerous" without something legal!


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