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801 - Is there any downfall in applying for a health examinations ?


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Old 03-25-2015, 04:21 PM
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Exclamation 801 - Is there any downfall in applying for a health examinations ?

I apply for a 801-820 two months ago and today I went to my account and I obtained a referral letter which includes the HAP ID, is there any downfall in applying for a health examinations before a CO ask me for one ?

- I already submitted everything else and I thought about doing it to finish with everything related to the application


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Old 03-25-2015, 07:47 PM
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As they are valid for 12 months so I think it depends on how long you anticipate the waiting process to be. There are two camps of thought on this one; one group says yep get it done so approval is just a tick and the other says wait for the CO to request. Personally we were anticipating an approval in less than 12 months and preferred to have as much done and submitted as we could. Utlimately it's up to you.

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Are you referring to 820 or 801 stage?

In my opinion, do it after couple of months afrer you applied for 820. Anticipate the wait of 15months max. So by the time the COs assess you application, it is still valid. However, some cases got an extension for a few months of the medical validity (passed the 12 month validity)

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