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My husband had his medical last week and only needed to vaccines but he couldn't get them as we were told he had high blood pressure and enlarged heart. This was a bit terrifying for us as he's only 33 yrs old and never had any medical problems. He's since been to the Gp and seen a cardiologist to find the cause and to lower his blood pressure. My question is will we have a problem getting his visa now? Has anyone gone to the medical and had a problem but it worked out ok in the end?
 

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Under appropriate medical care with diet, exercise, medication his blood pressure should be in required ranges in no time.
 

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Under appropriate medical care with diet, exercise, medication his blood pressure should be in required ranges in no time.
Thanks we are hoping so. Do you think we will have problems still getting his spouse visa?
 

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No. You won't have a problem getting a spousal visa because of this.

You might have to wait a little bit to go back to the doctor in order to get the vaccines.

But, this will not cause an issue is getting your spousal visa.
 

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No. You won't have a problem getting a spousal visa because of this. You might have to wait a little bit to go back to the doctor in order to get the vaccines. But, this will not cause an issue is getting your spousal visa.
Thanks you so much for responding. Yeah we are definitely waiting for his BP to lower and get under control before proceeding with his vaccines. Thanks again!
 
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