If any student have cracked the score well. Then selected from University.And now turning for interview.But he is suffering from a medical complication that involves the proper medications.Do the officer reject such a student?If they allowing him what should be the student’s behavior. Is there any need of hiding such complication from interviewer.
F1 Visa Interview and Medical Complications
Very tough question to answer.
- If you think you will have health problems while studying in USA, then don’t take risk.
- Medical insurance and medical bills are very expensive. [Affordable health insurance for students]
- You might not have very good insurance offered by university, so your out of pocket expense might be very expensive.
- If you have medical history and planning to hide it implies you have something major.
- Here in HSB we don’t advise to hide facts and provide short cuts.
Think about this – You will be staying with friends and family members will not be there to take care. If your medical condition will cause trouble to your friends and disturb their studies, they are not going to feel comfortable staying with you or taking care of you.
Just like you they are spending money to study in USA and its not easy. You are much better off not going to USA when your conditions will cause troubles and inconvenience to others.
When you stay with friends, you might fall sick, get fever and cold. For those things, they will be able to help, but its very hard to get help when you have some chronic medical conditions.
Overall you have to consider following factors and decide
- Is your medical condition life threatening?
- Is your medical condition when not treated will be harmful to others?
- Can you take care of yourself?
- Do you have enough money to pay for medical expenses?
- Host of several other factors..
Over to Readers
What do you advise the above reader? Would you risk your life going to USA for education?