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Rejected visa on medical grounds saying wife had TB during childhood, but she has no symptoms whatsoever. What should we do?

Hello sir´ I did madiclae checkup for my wife for getting residantial visa´but her application is rejected on medical fitenss background. They said she has OLD TB´and when i asked what exactly this OLD TB means´they said she had TB in past. but is we know´she never did any tretment for TB in her life´infact she dont have any cough .... But still they are saying that´may be during the age of 2 to 5´she had TB´Also when i asked what tretment do we need to do´they said may be no tretment required....but they rejected her application and asked me to sent her back to India. Please advise me ´what to do inthis case...
Asked On : Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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this is usual problem I use to encounter . certain countries like Saudi,Dubai they will have certain protocol .even if she is having old lesion they won't accept that is having inactive lesion ,it is impossible to get ViSA there. so change your mind .better to leave the job and start search in native place.
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