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Old 06-29-2017, 11:18 AM
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Payment made yesterday for the 309/100 visa. Currently in the midst of finalising and uploading evidence!

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Yes seems quick so far :-) . The request for additional information was the first contact we received! How is your application going so far?
I lodged my application in late May, havn't heard anything back yet! But hopefully will hear from the CO before August.

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I lodged my application in late May, havn't heard anything back yet! But hopefully will hear from the CO before August.
Same here!

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Same here!
Hi, 🤝🤝did u lodge it in London? By yourself or through an agent?


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Same here!
Sounds that there a few of us starting at similar points!

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Hi, 🤝🤝did u lodge it in London? By yourself or through an agent?
Lodged online to London High Commission, didn't use an agent.

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Hi all,

Just wondering if anyone knows whereabouts in London I can get health assessments done?

It seems in the London area according to the Australian Embassy help site, there are only 2 locations. 1 in Knightsbridge and 1 in Essex.

I initially thought that a valid health assessment with any GP would suffice.

Does anyone have any knowledge of this? Cheers.


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I strongly recommend using one of the certified doctors. We used a regular radiologist for a chest x-ray many years ago, not understanding the difference and they flagged my husband's old asthma scarring in their report. Immi in turn decided it could be from TB and we went down a rabbit-hole trying to prove that he had never had TB. In the end it was ok, but the certified doctors know exactly the kind of report to write, and have access to the electronic system to post your results directly to immigration.

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You need a certified doc as they know the immigration requirements and are using an online system to report the results to Immi. If there are only 2 docs listed for in/near London, you'll have to go with one of them.

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Hi all,

Just wondering if anyone knows whereabouts in London I can get health assessments done?

It seems in the London area according to the Australian Embassy help site, there are only 2 locations. 1 in Knightsbridge and 1 in Essex.

I initially thought that a valid health assessment with any GP would suffice.

Does anyone have any knowledge of this? Cheers.

Hi, I had my health check completed a couple of months back.

I used the Bridge Clinic which is based in Maidenhead. Not London exactly I know, but It took me around 45 mins to get there from North London where I live, probably can do quicker on the right train, but I drove! It cost 290 at the time.

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They provided a great service, got me booked in within a week, sorted out all the IMMI stuff for me etc etc.

I had a BUPA Health check completed through work just a few months ago, but unfortunately the only thing which is accepted is through an authorised clinic.


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