Medical surveillance and notifications
This section contains policy, procedures and guidance used by IRCC staff. It is posted on the department’s website as a courtesy to stakeholders.
Applicants found to have a medical condition of public health significance during their immigration medical examination (IME) must report to the provincial or territorial public health authorities to undergo medical surveillance.
Who requires medical surveillance and who is responsible for medical surveillance in Canada?
Instructions for visa and immigration officers and border services officers regarding inactive tuberculosis, and urgent and complex cases of tuberculosis.
Procedures when a foreign national is found to be HIV positive.
Instructions for visa and immigration officers and border services officers.
Related handouts and forms on tuberculosis and HIV.
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