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Old 01-29-2015, 09:41 AM
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Health examination in 189application

Hi, everyone!

My newborn baby just took the health check today for our 189 visa application. The problem is that, the baby is found NEONATAL JAUNDICE, which is quite common on most newborn babies, and this result has been uploaded to my immi account.

I am so worried that this would cause any problem such as delaying our visas, or worst, refusing our visas.

Does anyone know anything about this situation, and if you do, would you please share it with me.

Any information will be much appreciated!

Robin


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Like you say, neonatal jaundice is really common and - more importantly - it's NOT one of the things that Australian immigration would be worried about as it's not contagious nor does it indicate any future health issues which could cost the country money.

Although I don't have any personal experience of this, I'm guessing it is unlikely to cause any delays and certainly won't be a reason to cancel your visa. What I would suggest, it getting your baby looked at by your regular paediatrician - and then getting a clearance note from them - preferably in English, once the condition has been treated. That way, if there is any follow-up from Immi, you can show that the condition has been treated and the baby is healthy.

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Like you say, neonatal jaundice is really common and - more importantly - it's NOT one of the things that Australian immigration would be worried about as it's not contagious nor does it indicate any future health issues which could cost the country money. Although I don't have any personal experience of this, I'm guessing it is unlikely to cause any delays and certainly won't be a reason to cancel your visa. What I would suggest, it getting your baby looked at by your regular paediatrician - and then getting a clearance note from them - preferably in English, once the condition has been treated. That way, if there is any follow-up from Immi, you can show that the condition has been treated and the baby is healthy.
LizBee,thank you so much for providing such a detailed explanation and suggestion!

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