So I've been considering immigrating to Canada! I have lots of family that lives there, and I've heard it is a great place to be. Have you heard of them having free health care?
Really? I have been thinking the same thing. I got a job opportunity in Canada, so I am planning to go as an economic immigrant!
That's wonderful! Have you taken the test to see if you qualify to immigrate? I have, and I passed it!
That's great! I haven't taken it yet, but I will soon. Since I have a job opportunity, it shouldn't be a problem.
It's actually pretty hard. You need 67 points to qualify, and I got 68. That's barely passing! The test asked me questions about the languages I speak, my work experience, and even if I have any background in Canada!
Oh no! That gets me pretty worried. Do they ask questions about your health? Now I'm worried they wouldn't let me in because of my blood disease.
I forgot about that. Economic Immigrants with disease that could put the health of Canadians at risk would not be let in.
But you passed that test? And you have a slight brain disorder. How come you would still be let in then?
The health factors for immigrants only applies to economic immigrants, not any sort of family class immigrants or refugees. It also only applies if you have a likely contagious disease that puts other Canadians' health at risk. My minor dyslexia is not contagious or anything, so it doesn't affect the health in Canada.
That must be the reason my sister's friend wasn't allowed in! She had a measles and she had to leave as soon as she got there!
Maybe you could do more research about it too, to see if it is still possible. Either way, it is a good idea to not put the health of Canadians at risk.
Maybe it would be a good idea to stay here. I would hate to spend money to get there, then get kicked out. I don't want to put the health of Canadians at risk.