When you go, you should take with you copies of letters from your GP and/ or consultants for any existing medical condition requiring treatment. This letter should give a short term (ie 12 months) and long term forecast of the treatment required to sort it out.
We had an issue in that one of our consulants retired six months before the meds and no-one told us. A replacement had not been appointed and therefore we took copies of letters sent between him and the GP. We got these from the GP and that went fine.
People going through this are advised to declare everything as random spot checks are done by Immigration. The process generally goes fine as long as you are honest and it doesn't matter which area of the process it is. Where you try to hide something, then suspicion is aroused as to what else you may be hiding.
Good luck, should be a walk in the park. We were busy planning the appeal before we had even had the meds as we were so sure I would be turned down. Our agent had all the forms ready and then I passed. I was so shocked.
Thanks Libby for your info regarding our fast approaching meds!
Originally Posted by Libby1971
Got to pass the dam thing as i'm looking forward to being invited (well hopefully)to the "ladies day out" you are often arranging!!!!!!!!
Take care(hope the job is going well for you)