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Hi!

I got 2 questions about:

1. May a person with epilepsy well controlled by medicines fail the medical assessment ?I use three sorts of medicines (combinated therapy ) and they are not cheap. My husbend takes only one sort of them.We are well and currently employed and don't have any problem.
Do the MOC may sent me on CT or other supplement tests?How much do they cost?

2.If I felt the medical and the visa become denied, do the DIAC return me the money of visa payment?:confused:

I will appreciate any answer a lot.
 

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Hi there,

You need to read this sticky if you haven't already:

http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-immigration/4812-medical-assessments.html

I think it could be an issue, though if you can proove that the long term prognosis is good and that it won't cause significant cost to the system, you can still be approved. If it is rejected on health grounds, you can request a review through the Administrative Review Tribunal and DIAC will notify you of your review rights and how to access them. If the tribunal rules in your favour, I think the fee for applying to the review is returned and the visa application is re-examined by DIAC.
 
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