IMPACT — MEDIUM
As of Oct. 1, upfront medical exams are not required at the time of application for Canada’s Express Entry program.
Background: Immigrant medical exams (IMEs) are required for permanent residence. Foreign nationals applying for Express Entry cannot have the exam done by their own physicians; they must see a doctor on the list of panel physicians who are approved by the government.
This alert has been provided by the BAL U.S. Practice group.
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