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Hello  anyone knows what happens when you have your medical exam and they said your blood pressure is high  they sent me to a doctor I was put on medication for it and they want The doctor to email them back. Will this effect my interview??? They didn't give me any X-rays they told me to pick them up after my interview is this correct OR sounds correct??  I know I have to have my X-rays when you get to the airport anyone know The answers. Thank you. 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: New Zealand
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22 minutes ago, Kandie said:

Hello  anyone knows what happens when you have your medical exam and they said your blood pressure is high  they sent me to a doctor I was put on medication for it and they want The doctor to email them back. Will this effect my interview??? They didn't give me any X-rays they told me to pick them up after my interview is this correct OR sounds correct??  I know I have to have my X-rays when you get to the airport anyone know The answers. Thank you. 

High blood pressure will not affect your approval.  CBP will not open or look at the disc containing your chest Xray, but yes you should bring it to the US.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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1 minute ago, Jorgedig said:

High blood pressure will not affect your approval.  CBP will not open or look at the disc containing your chest Xray, but yes you should bring it to the US.

Thank you jorgedig, I think this made my blood pressure even higher and I took the medicine. But I can relax alittel  I have my interview on June 7th I'm nervous about that. 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: New Zealand
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13 minutes ago, Kandie said:

Thank you jorgedig, I think this made my blood pressure even higher and I took the medicine. But I can relax alittel  I have my interview on June 7th I'm nervous about that. 

I get it!  You'll be fine.  Will your spouse be able to attend with you?

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
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17 minutes ago, Kandie said:

Thank you jorgedig, I think this made my blood pressure even higher and I took the medicine. But I can relax alittel  I have my interview on June 7th I'm nervous about that. 

Immigration gives all of us high blood pressure.  It is, however, not a communicable disease, so you have no worries of it affecting immigration.

 

Deep breaths now :)


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My husband had high blood pressure during the medical... situational stress. He went to his doctor and the results were sent back. The interview went fine.

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