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Well... you're substantial visa that is currently active is probably a Tourist/Visitor Visa.

And those on such a visa are not covered by medicare.

Then again, the DHS says otherwise..

If you live in Australia and have applied for permanent residency
You may be able to get a Medicare card if you live in Australia and have applied for a:

permanent residency visa, excluding parent visas, or
permanent protection visa
You must:

be on a visa allowing you to work, or
prove your parent, spouse or child is an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or a New Zealand citizen living in Australia
This includes if you've applied for a combined spouse visa 309/100 or 820/801.
My current visa is 300 with full work/study rights.
Hello @anashin me and my aussie fiancee are about to make a lodgement for pmv 300 pls what are the documents u were required to upload .thanks
 
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