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Old 05-14-2016, 03:12 AM
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My personal belief is you can get Medicare when you are waiting in Australia on your current Visitor Visa, but many at Medicare do not see it that way.
That only applies for countries that have reciprocal health rights.

Health care for visitors to Australia
If you are visiting Australia from certain overseas countries, under Reciprocal Health Care Agreements with Australia you are entitled to some subsidised health services.

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The Australian Government has signed Reciprocal Health Care Agreements (RHCA) with the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, New Zealand, Sweden, the Netherlands, Finland, Belgium, Norway, Slovenia, Malta and Italy. These agreements entitle you to some subsidised health services for essential medical treatment while visiting Australia.
https://www.humanservices.gov.au/cus...tors-australia
A normal Visitor Visa gives no 'resident' rights, it's just for people on holiday.

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If you are visiting Australia and hold a temporary visa you should consider taking out Overseas Visitors Health Cover (OVHC). If you need to visit a doctor or stay in hospital while you are here you could find yourself responsible for the full cost of treatment, which can be very expensive.
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hi what about 309 after we marry here as we have paid for noim ??? i have enough evidence as i live with my partner and his kids from his previous marriage photos trips together photos phone calls log and other releevant which dept requires.
Why consider a 309 when the 820 allows you to stay immediately and allows work right etc., and no need to leave, apply, come back, then leave again for the decision, and then come back again.

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You must be outside Australia when you apply and also when the Partner (Provisional) visa (subclass 309) is granted.
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If you apply for an 820, you would be eligible to apply for Medicare and you would be granted a bridging visa with unrestricted work rights that would take effect when your 600 expires.
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May I suggest that you consult a registered migration agent for advice about your best strategy?

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hi what about 309 after we marry here as we have paid for noim ??? i have enough evidence as i live with my partner and his kids from his previous marriage photos trips together photos phone calls log and other releevant which dept requires.
There's more to it than that. Have a read at the requirements and evidence that must be provided to apply for the onshore partner visa.

If i were you i would get all the evidence you have and take it to a registered migration agent for them to review and to give an opinion.

Shouldn't cost too much, a few hundred bucks but its well worth it for the piece of mind instead of playing the guessing game and going should i or shouldn't i.

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sugges ti ons for migration agent?


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sugges ti ons for migration agent?
One on here [Westly Russell, Registered Migration Agent, Number 0316072] has already given you some info/advice.. Maybe ask him ? It can all be done by email or phone these days.

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hi Russell what are your charges for 820 application?


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hi Russell what are your charges for 820 application?
I have sent you a private message. If you go to my website: pinoyau.com and use the contact form, I shall arrange to undertake a preliminary assessment of your case that would cost nothing.

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Who is eligible for Medicare?

Your eligibility for Medicare depends on your residency and other factors. If you live in Australia you are eligible for Medicare benefits if you:
•are an Australian or New Zealand citizen
or
•are a permanent resident
or
have applied for a permanent visa (excludes an application for a parent visa) and meet certain other criteria
or
•are covered by a Reciprocal Health Care Agreement with another country

Read more about Medicare eligibility

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From Medicare application form-

When to use this form
Use this form if you are:
• a migrant living in Australia
applying for permanent residency and living in Australia
a visitor to Australia
• an Australian citizen returning to live in Australia
• a New Zealand citizen living in Australia, or
• a permanent resident visa holder (previously enrolled) returning
to live in Australia

Applying for permanent residency
People who have applied for a permanent resident visa (except for
a parent visa) may be eligible for the Medicare and Pharmaceutical
Benefits Scheme programs if they have a visa authorising their stay in
Australia and:
• have permission to work, or
• their parent, spouse or child is an Australian citizen or holds an
Australian permanent resident visa

The definitions given say you can be living in Australia on a Visitor Visa and a offshore Partner Visa is a permanent visa. (Not all above requirements can be meet in fact it is impossible to meet them all).


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You can't stack a tourist visa and an offshore partner visa together to get Medicare.

An offshore application does not meet the requirements. An onshore application does meet the requirements.

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You can't stack a tourist visa and an offshore partner visa together to get Medicare.

An offshore application does not meet the requirements. An onshore application does meet the requirements.


Can you please supply me the evidence on your comment?

As what I have quoted from IMMI above - I see no difference for Medicare to a person on Visitor Visa here applying for a onshore Partner Visa and having rights to Medicare (as the case with this OP - BV will not kick in until 2017) to doing it the other way around = apply offshore enter on Visitor Visa and eligible while in Australia due Bold Text Above.

But there is a chance you have seen the document that I have not seen, that says ONLY ONSHORE ONLY not "(except for
a parent visa)"
applications can get Medicare - I have only seen this like "Permanent Visa" applied for.

When we are deciding whether you are living in Australia, we will look at:
•the nature of your accommodation
•the nature and extent of your family relationships in Australia
•the nature and extent of your employment, business or financial ties with Australia
•the frequency and duration of your travel outside Australia, and
•any other matter we think is relevant


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