Originally Posted by dhruba_bd
I want to know whether Canada or Australia does allow post BMT patient(more than 2 years) as a immigrant or not.
I can't give you a definitive answer but I know the general restrictions.
lists the restrictions on Canadian immigration. It says you can be denied permission to immigrate if your condition is likely to
- endanger public health or public safety, or
- cause excessive demands on health or social services
(unless you have family already in Canada, in which case you can bypass some of the restrictions).
Restriction #1 shouldn't apply to you. Nobody can "catch" aplastic anemia from a former AA patient. Since you aren't undergoing active treatment perhaps #2 wouldn't apply either, but you probably need to ask someone experienced with Canadian immigration. You could also ask the Aplastic Anemia & Myelodysplasia Association of Canada
for advice about it.
Australia has similar health restrictions
, saying you must be free from a disease or condition that is
- considered to be a threat to public health or a danger to the Australian community
- likely to result in significant health care and community service costs to the Australian community
- likely to require health care and community services that would prejudice the access of Australian citizens and permanent residents to those services in short supply.
Again, #1 shouldn't apply. This page
says that cancer is one of the most common diseases to result in a failure to meet the health requirement, but aplastic anemia is not a cancer and after a transplant you should be cured anyway. Again, you may need to consult an immigration expert to know for certain.