I live in Lebanon, A company abroad reached for me and offered a relocation visa to New Zeeland, I was so happy, to avoid surprises I disclosed that I have cerebral palsy, but that doesn't affect my job at all nor my independence, I just walk on crutches. They disappeared.
I knew they were going to disappear, in fact when I read their offer, I took a screenshot and sent it to my friends and family and I said to them "How much are you willing to bet that as soon as they read about my disability, they're going to disappear?". None of them replied.
Them disappearing is nothing new to me, local companies disappear, the ones that I can easily go to. Of course, a company abroad would do the same, not having to go through potential issues. This is the second or third company abroad to do that.
My only question would be, is there an ethical way not to disclose my disability or disclose it in such a way that it doesn't make the second party afraid of hiring me? Because I worked my whole life for that moment, I just hate that I lost an opportunity of a lifetime because of something beyond my control.