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Old 20th June 2014, 11:10 AM
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I have a query regarding some health issues. I was diagnosed with hepatitis-B surface antigen with NORMAL LIVER FUNCTION. I have read at their official website that I can apply and be immigrated. I want to know that should I mention this in my EOI or should I postpone mentioning this on EOI? I will be highly grateful if someone eases me of this.

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You are obligated to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth when asked a question by Immigration. It is also mandatory to inform Immigration of anything that could have an effect on your visa application and anything that changes your circumstances as your application is being processed.

Fail to mention it at your peril, assuming there is a space for it on the online EOI and it is appropriate to mention it. I personally haven't seen an online EOI. We did it all on paper.
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Thanks for informing me...can u elaborate more about the health issues..

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Thanks for informing me...can u elaborate more about the health issues..
Looking at the EOI questions, I doubt there's any point mentioning it at that stage as the questions relate to qualifications, work experience etc.
They don't really ask anything about your personal circumstances or your family circumstances at that stage.

When and if your EOI is selected, assuming preliminary checking is good for you, the application will receive ITA and at this point you will definitely have to inform Immigration, whether that be directly or via the medical.
When you see the panel doctor for the medical you will be asked a whole host of questions about your health history and this panel doctor will include this info and their findings on your medical report.
Most likely your medical report would be referred to Immigration's medical assessors if you get to this stage. They will make a determination on your likely prospects living as a resident in NZ....concerned with how much you are likely to cost the NZ health system over the considered period of stay - which could be 40 + years depending on your age ?

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