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Old 05-19-2016, 09:20 AM
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Thank yoy john. Can you please help me with the website address...??


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Thank yoy john. Can you please help me with the website address...??
I got my appointment via below

w w w.d o c.l k

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Rs 3125 for the appointment. And had to pay another 4000 or 5000 at asiri for the tests.

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Oh thank you
Do i want to complete the emedical client service??
Please if you don't mind can you tell me the whole procedure to be done before attending the hospital...


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Oh thank you
Do i want to complete the emedical client service??
Please if you don't mind can you tell me the whole procedure to be done before attending the hospital...
I will let you know the process which i have followed.

You will need the medical request you received from the immigration and 3 copies of NIC & Passport + 1-3 Passport size photographs

Through the website i have mentioned i arranged an appointment. Once i got to the hospital i gave the passport and the documents which i have mentioned above. I was asked to pay a fee of 4000-5000 to the counter.(Don't remember the exact amount)

Afterwards below tests were done

1.Blood Test
2.Urine Test
3.Chest X Ray
4.Eyes
5.Weight & Height

Then i was taken to the doctor for a full body checkup where he asked a couple of questions. Afterwards he informed that the medical will be sent online to the immigration/high commission within the next 48 Hours.

You can check the status through the emedical website using HAP ID.

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Thanks a lot john...


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I will let you know the process which i have followed.

You will need the medical request you received from the immigration and 3 copies of NIC & Passport + 1-3 Passport size photographs

Through the website i have mentioned i arranged an appointment. Once i got to the hospital i gave the passport and the documents which i have mentioned above. I was asked to pay a fee of 4000-5000 to the counter.(Don't remember the exact amount)

Afterwards below tests were done

1.Blood Test
2.Urine Test
3.Chest X Ray
4.Eyes
5.Weight & Height

Then i was taken to the doctor for a full body checkup where he asked a couple of questions. Afterwards he informed that the medical will be sent online to the immigration/high commission within the next 48 Hours.

You can check the status through the emedical website using HAP ID.


Hi John93

You are so good, your information is very helpful to others.

Thanks a lot and god bless you

Pata


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Hi John93

You are so good, your information is very helpful to others.

Thanks a lot and god bless you

Pata
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Asa100: Depends on the state that you are travelling to isn't it ? some states do not have the open license.

So in that case there is a transfer procedure. But still we have to sit for the theory exam and a practical test as Sri Lanka is not a recognized country for transferring the license directly.

Deen81 : You are also correct as the way you have mentioned is the way to obtain the licenses from the 1st step. but i think if your license is around 2-3 years old they might let you transfer it.

Anyways check the relevant state websites. Rules and regulations differ from state to state. Cheers !
Hi John
you are right..Different states got different rules n regulation.Sydney and Melbourne are different to other states ..it is always hard get a license from both NSW n VIC states.. no transferring for sri lankan license.

thank
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Old 05-23-2016, 04:44 AM
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Ya.depends on the state.but qld rules are easy isnt it
Hi Asa,Banda,

Waz up fellas?? How you all doing? Silence doesn't mean I have forgotten you all, hardly free time. How are things? any updates ?


Have a blessed week!


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you are right..Different states got different rules n regulation.Sydney and Melbourne are different to other states ..it is always hard get a license from both NSW n VIC states.. no transferring for sri lankan license.

thank
Deen
Well you can skip a couple of stages. I check the website. It depends on how old your current SL licence is.

Go to the relevant website. You'll find instruction on what to do if you hold an int'l license.

As per the NSW website if you need the full license then need to be a permanent resident or hold a permanent visa.

If not they will issue temporary overseas visitor license.

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