Subclass 457 visa - health care entitlements for a one year old

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Subclass 457 visa - health care entitlements for a one year old


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Old 01-04-2016, 11:07 PM
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Subclass 457 visa - health care entitlements for a one year old

Hello everyone,

Hope you can help.
My husband and I will be moving to Brisbane for a year with our one year old son on a subclass 457 visa from the UK.
I would like to know more about health care for my son: I know there is a reciprocal agreement between UK and OZ but it does not cover everything); immunisation (will he be entitled to free of charge vaccination or is it better to arrange even non-NHS vaccinations in the UK); what happens if I have to take him to A&E (will that be free of charge)?
Any advice will be gratefully received.
Thank you.


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