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I'm fairly certain you do have to prove you're on a valid visa (doesn't necessarily have to be the bridging visa), but it's the actual application for permanent residency that makes one eligible for Medicare. This is why 300 applicants/holders are not eligible.

Anytime a branch refuses, it's best to speak to a supervisor or go to a different branch, as mentioned above.
 
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