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  • Permanent ban because of hepatitis B

    posted by Deleted user in Dubai forum 

    Hi Denise,
    I am sailing in the same boat as you my friend.I was offered a job in Dubai as Project manager for a construction company in Dubai in 2009 and when i went for my medical i was found to be suffering with Hepatitis B hence my visa was denied ,i was asked tp go back to India in 15days (whic i did) and worst i was put in the "BLACKLIST" with permanent banned from entering in Dubai or UAE.
    I can confirm that they are checking for hepatitis B if one falls in the specified 6 categories,but regading the removal of ban for people like you and my -i have no clue.I have been tring to contact UAE consulate in India for the infoprmation but unfortunately they are of no help -all they say is you have to try in Dubai but not understanding that i need a visa to go to Dubai and i cannot get that till my name is off the "BLACKLIST".
    My friend if you have any information please do let me know.
    God bless you

  • Ban issue due to hepatitis b

    posted by Deleted user in Dubai forum 

    HI Rambo Deep,

    About the ban from what i been hearing and i also called the clinic where my friend had her failed medical in Al Muhaisnah Clinic the person i spoke in the clinic there said the ban can be cancelled the only thing the person need to do is to bring the unfit med.certificate and the passport copy of the person and then the clinic will make a letter requesting the immigration to remove the ban or unblock the person's name.If you know which clinic ur friend had her/his medical try to call the clinic so you can confirm what needs to be done to remove the ban.I think the consulate in your country can't give you advise on that the best way is to call the clinic where ur friend had his/her medical they can surely advise you what to do.the same way i did they direct me to the person in the clinic and advise me what to be done.try it!

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    Would they allow Hepa B carrier as an software engineer to bahrain....?

    posted by  ram currys in Dubai forum 

    Hi all...i am from india...what are the medical tests would they do in bahrain? would they do hepa b as well for software engineers(Bcz they mentioned in the website only for certain catogiries)...plz help me i got an offer in bahrain....thanks inadvance....

  • raja kumar

    HEP B

    posted by  raja kumar in Dubai forum 

    Hi,
    Just check the below link which is self explanatory. As per the oct 2010 law, Hep B positive will be considered for the treatment without deportion.
    The post by Mr.Ram saying that he was deported, before the oct 2010 law.
    Best of luck

    http://www.dubaifaqs.com/medical-test-dubai.php

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    permanent ban because of hepatitis b

    posted by  Syed Nazar in Dubai forum 

    Hi Denise,

    Your information is really made me so much relaxed. B'coz I am struggling to find a way to get the visa after amendments published on newspaper on 20th Aug '10. Did your friend has came back to UAE? Is her visa has been issued? Please update.

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    Hepatitis B Carrier

    posted by  zxy axis in Dubai forum 

    dear can anybody tell me according to new rules by ministry of health Hepa B carrier will be tested for only six categories.
    is this new policy have been implemented and for other categories like engineering they are accepting candidates with HEPA B carrier.
    plz update if there are any new cases.

  • Hepa B ban

    posted by Deleted user in Dubai forum 

    Yes engineering jobs is not n the 6 categories and presume his is actually not included in the test . iguess the best department you can inquire is the clinic in Dubai. try call al Muhaisnah fitness centre or al baraha and ask you want to inquire about hepa b cases in al muhaisnah you can ask for the person Mr. Abdul Sannar in bock 4 of the centre he is incharge of the inquires of this cases.

    Thanks

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