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Hi everyone im new here this is my first post. i just got engaged to my fiance from romania a month ago and we have been researching th k1 visa process. i have a question about the medical exam if someone can help me. my fiancee was just diagnosed with having hepatits b a few weeks ago. i have read that any communicable diseases will result in a visa denial. but i have talked with a lawyer and also saw on other forums that hepatits b will not be a problem as long as she is currently being treated for it and she has a follow up exam when she arrives here in the usa. he doctor says she will be free of the virus in about 6 months. should we wait for he to be cleared to start the application? and will this cause a visa denial if we dont? any advice is greatly appriciated. thanks

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Hi everyone im new here this is my first post. i just got engaged to my fiance from romania a month ago and we have been researching th k1 visa process. i have a question about the medical exam if someone can help me. my fiancee was just diagnosed with having hepatits b a few weeks ago. i have read that any communicable diseases will result in a visa denial. but i have talked with a lawyer and also saw on other forums that hepatits b will not be a problem as long as she is currently being treated for it and she has a follow up exam when she arrives here in the usa. he doctor says she will be free of the virus in about 6 months. should we wait for he to be cleared to start the application? and will this cause a visa denial if we dont? any advice is greatly appriciated. thanks

personally, i would wait for it to clear out. other than that i think it would be fine.

what you can do is call the romanian embassy and ask them. that might help! (the US citizen should call, they're nicer to them than the romanian ones )


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