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Just now, Ran0510 said:

So i should better admit everything about it? 

Don't admit anything but if the question is asked you give an honest and truthful answer 


YMMV

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6 minutes ago, Ran0510 said:

Did u ever know a person who has been approved after admitting she had an induced abortion before? 

That will not disqualify you......Your worries over this are not valid....


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1 minute ago, Ran0510 said:

So i should better admit everything about it? 

Failure to disclose if asked would potentially have greater impact than answering truthfully, honesty speaks to your character 


 

 

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Just now, payxibka said:

Don't admit anything but if the question is asked you give an honest and truthful answer 

Alright. I am really freaking out right now coz they will be asking about previous pregnancies and such and i think it will be directed to what im worried about.  😞😞😞

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Just now, Ran0510 said:

Alright. I am really freaking out right now coz they will be asking about previous pregnancies and such and i think it will be directed to what im worried about.  😞😞😞

Most likely will be.  But don't freak out.  Nothing you can do to change the past.  Everything will be fine 


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1 minute ago, missileman said:

That will not disqualify you......Your worries over this are not valid....

My ex boyfriend left me that's why i have done it. I really regret what happened before. 😞😞😞

Just now, payxibka said:

Most likely will be.  But don't freak out.  Nothing you can do to change the past.  Everything will be fine 

So i will really just disclose it to them if they asked me to. They will not judge me or what?

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1 minute ago, Ran0510 said:

My ex boyfriend left me that's why i have done it. I really regret what happened before. 😞😞😞

So i will really just disclose it to them if they asked me to. They will not judge me or what?

Disclose if asked.   Prior abortion is not a disqualifying event 


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3 minutes ago, Ran0510 said:

Thank you so much for your opinion. I really appreciate it. Hope i pass the medical exam.

The vast, vast majority of people do...........


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No one will judge you. It might be ilegal in Phillipines but is not in the US.

 

It's an event that's part of your medical record and you have to disclose it like if you were talking about any other regular surgery. You don't lie about having had a broken arm or being asthmatic. Don't lie about this either. 


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7 minutes ago, Daniela M_______ said:

No one will judge you. It might be ilegal in Phillipines but is not in the US.

 

It's an event that's part of your medical record and you have to disclose it like if you were talking about any other regular surgery. You don't lie about having had a broken arm or being asthmatic. Don't lie about this either. 

Will they dig deeper like what happened or what may have caused it? 

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3 minutes ago, Ran0510 said:

Will they dig deeper like what happened or what may have caused it? 

IF they do be honest, they might ask if it was it natural or induced. Their corcern would be about you being healthy, not about "why did you do it" because honestly I doubt they care.

 

Why are you scared for real?


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1 minute ago, Daniela M_______ said:

IF they do be honest, they might ask if it was it natural or induced. Their corcern would be about you being healthy, not about "why did you do it" because honestly I doubt they care.

 

Why are you scared for real?

Because it was induced that's why im really scared. Will it cause denial of my visa? 

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Different country but I had a medically induced abortion too and it was in my medical notes, no issue at all. They asked me if I had tablets during my medical and that was it. 

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23 minutes ago, Ran0510 said:

Because it was induced that's why im really scared. Will it cause denial of my visa? 

Several people already told you it won't cause a denial.

 

It won't have any negative impact on your visa application UNLESS you lie.

 

This is not about if it's right or wrong, again, they don't care, they won't judge, just be honest.

 


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