Derivative GC - Autism condition (Class A condition) - USCIS Policy manual

jack10901090

Registered Users (C)
#1
Hello,
Please advise on the case where the derivative beneficiary (currently 11 years) is autistic. He goes to a special needs school(half) and regular school (half) but does not exhibit any harmful behavior and has no medication prescribed.

Please advise on both Class A/B condition and public charge rules on the above.

https://www.cdc.gov/immigrantrefugeehealth/exams/ti/panel/mental-panel-technical-instructions.html
Class A and Class B Medical Conditions
Class A medical conditions are inadmissible conditions and include an applicant who is determined to have –

  • A current physical or mental disorder with associated harmful behavior
  • A past physical or mental disorder with associated harmful behavior if the harmful behavior is likely to recur or to lead to other harmful behavior in the future
  • Drug (substance) abuse or addiction (dependence)
Class B medical conditions are not inadmissible medical conditions and include any applicant who is determined to have a physical or mental abnormality, disease, or disability serious in degree or nature amounting to a substantial departure from well-being
 
Top