Hey people, as I see you all, you all are very positive with your life. I am very new to this one. I don’t know from where I got contracted to this one. None of my family members have it.
I recently got married and got to know about this after my marriage. I wanted to know, if here is someone who is hep B positive and living in Qatar, or someone who can help me in knowing that hep B people are given visa in Qatar or not.
Feels great to see people like me and still staying so positive. I will definitely need to learn from you all
Hello Thomas . First of all thank you for having me in this group.
I’m indian citizen. My husband work in newzealand country. He have work visa in newzeland . We are trying to apply for partnership work visa. I want to know if my hepatitis b positive will affect my visa…or i will get the visa. ? Kindly reply back as i’m really broken knowing that i’m hepatitis b positive and i’ll not be able to have visa. And didn’t have chance to have family with my husband.
My doctor di my elisa test it came 20. DNA report is 341 ul/ml report…my mother have it. But she also don’t know about…and don’t have any knowledge about it. I don’t know if i have vaccination of Hepatitis b in childhood.
My interpretation of this (which may be completely wrong and may be dependent on other aspects of your health condition) is that with a HBV DNA level of 341 IU/mL, you would NOT meet the criteria for antiviral treatment and so this exclusion criterion doesn’t apply.
I think making sure that people close to you are vaccinated and doing things that are helpful for general health (eating well, sleeping well, regular exercise) are probably some of the best things you can do to take care of yourself.
I am not sure about Qatar but I have recently passed blood tests to get work permit in UAE. As I understand the legislation is close in these two countries.
I am 2.5 years on tenofovir with undetectable DNA now.
As far as I’m aware - when applying for a visa, Japan immigration only requires a blood result for Hepatitis C, but not for hepatitis B.
At least this was the case when I’ve applied for a Japanese visa around 10 years ago (time flies!). Things could have changed since then. It’s best if you check for requirements on a Japanese embassy website.