good day to every one, i have question regarding hepa b, i am presently working here in philippines as an engineer but our taiwan office requested me to work there and wanted to process me a working visa for taiwan, i am worried because since 2007 i know that i am hep b reactive, i undergo treatment for 2 years untill my Hbeag becomes non reactive and my doctor told me that i am now a healthy carrier, does anybody know if a healthy carrier of hep b will be issued a working visa for taiwan to work as an engineer? because theres a lot of hep b healthy carrier i know they could still work as sea man, even my relative and father of my wife is a healthy carrier of hep b and they are working on an international vessel as long as their job is not related to food and beverages.
good news to all my fellow heppers, taiwan doesnt check for hep b, yung sa mga clinic lng naman dito sa atin minsan nagpapahirap, nagtanong din ako sa ibang acredited na clinic ng Taiwan Embasy inalis na daw ang hep b screening sa medical bound for taiwan. at nakuha din ako ng visa last august 2012
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