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Old 05-17-2016, 07:36 AM
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JandE, sorry you do not understand the key is Apply Permanent Visa!!!!!!!!!


The how you get here is the only thing you are looking at. But that said If the OP puts in a onshore next week can they get Medicare immediately or have to wait for Tourist Visa to expire? If you say immediate (we know many do this) how can they? they are on a Tourist Visa!
Actually I do understand, after I spent time checking the laws.

The key is the interpretation of the laws by Medicare Staff, who have access to the relevant documents.

If the OP puts in an Onshore application next week, and gets the Bridging Visa; that allows Medicare apparently.
That applies for the 820 Visa.

The 309 is an offshore application and becomes applicable after arriving in Australia on that activated 309.

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Old 05-17-2016, 07:48 AM
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Financial if not joint bank can be things like wills and superannuation beneficiaries.

JandE the OP will not be on Bridging Visa until the Tourist Visa expires in 2017, so can not get Medicare as you say they can. Again you supply no documents, so it seems only your (yes and some at Medicare) opinion. Also the copy and paste post of a member that got the Medicare card in 1/2 hour on a visitor visa with offshore application - you fail to explain. So I can not accept your opinion without some documented reason.


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I think she did? The employee made a mistake in applying the rules and issued the card where it should NOT have been issued.

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One example some years back versus many refusals, isn't an indication of the rules not being applied correctly 99% of the time.

One thing I can guarantee, after a 10+ year life with a daily interaction with Centrelink/Medicare, is that occasional mistakes do happen, and things get granted when they shouldn't.

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Old 05-19-2016, 09:36 AM
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Thank you for contacting the Australian Government Department of Human Services (DHS).



A person is eligible for Medicare if they have both:



• a current visa authorising their stay in Australia.

• lodged an application for permanent resident visa (excludes an application for a parent visa) with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection and have permission to work in Australia or can prove relationship to an Australian Citizen or permanent resident visa holder. - other requirements may also apply.


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Waiting to hear JandE after you state things like this "Actually I do understand, after I spent time checking the laws."


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Or was my question ambiguous JandE I think not at all. The result of this can help many, but you still wish to deny.


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Or was my question ambiguous JandE I think not at all. The result of this can help many, but you still wish to deny.
As has been said on your other thread..

The "other requirements may also apply" statement from Medicare has not been addressed by you.

Until that is addressed, it must be assumed that Medicare can take other requirements into account, such as Offshore and Onshore applications as one example.

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Until that is addressed, it must be assumed that Medicare can take other requirements into account, such as Offshore and Onshore applications as one example.

Must it?


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