The Canadian government has put in place a temporary public policy for immigration medical exams (IMEs) until October 6, 2024.
Individuals that completed an IME within 5 years of submitting their new application must include the IME number (or the unique medical identifier number) from their previous exam in their current application.
Individuals may be exempt from completing another IME if they meet all of these conditions:
· Applied, or are applying, for either permanent residence or temporary residence.
· Already live in Canada.
· Completed a previous IME in the last 5 years.
· Previous IME indicated a low risk or no risk to public health or public safety.
Please note that this is general information only and not intended as advice on a specific matter. Please feel free to contact Fakhoury Global Immigration directly with questions exclusive to your situation. This news alert may have been prepared using information from Peregrine Immigration Management, which is licensed to Fakhoury Global Immigration.