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MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS

Depending on your country of citizenship, the length of your stay in Canada, and/or your intended occupation in Canada, you may need to undergo a medical examination prior to your departure to Canada.

If you plan to visit for six months or less: 


You generally do not require a medical exam, unless you plan to work in certain occupations (see below).

If you plan to visit for more than six months: 


You will need a medical exam if you:

  • have lived temporarily for six or more consecutive months

    • in one or more of the countries or territories listed as 'YES' below in the one year immediately before the date you want to enter Canada. (This applies even if you are a citizen of a country that does not need a visa to enter Canada.) OR

  • will come to Canada to work in an occupation in which public health must be protected. See below for jobs for which you need a medical exam. OR

  • apply for a Parent And Grandparent Super Visa.

 

Individuals working in certain occupations are required to undergo a medical exam, regardless of the length of time they intend to stay in Canada. This list of occupations includes:

  • workers in the health sciences field,

  • clinical laboratory workers,

  • patient attendants in nursing and geriatric homes,

  • medical students admitted to Canada to attend university,

  • medical electives and physicians on short-term locums,

  • teachers of primary or secondary schools, teachers of small children

  • domestics,

  • workers who give in-home care to children, the elderly and the disabled,

  • day nursery employees, and

  • other similar jobs.

Country Checklist: Medical Examination Required

Individuals who have lived temporarily for six or more consecutive months within the past year in one or more of the countries or territories listed as 'YES' below must undergo a medical examination in order to be granted entry to Canada.

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