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Old 04-18-2012, 06:50 PM
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Certificate of adequate Health Insurance cover

What does the "Certificate of adequate Health Insurance cover" under the 457 Check List refer to?

Am I supposed to get health insurance once I get to Australia (or beforehand, in a way I don't really get) or would the Worker's Compensation insurance from my company be sufficient when applying for the visa?

My company doesn't cover health insurance, so I wanted to check before I send in the application.

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