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My blood pressure has always been highly responsive to stressful situations, so I wasn't surprised at the high reading. I also wasn't surprised that all of my testing was perfect (cardiologists words) either.


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Mine was always normal but will need to keep an eye in it now onwards.

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yeah thats bologna!


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Why mate.

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yeah thats bologna!
It's been a long wait, but we see the light at the end of the tunnel.


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It's been a long wait, but we see the light at the end of the tunnel.
god bless you, i hope it goes quick!


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I filed my onshore partner visa in person at the Melbourne diac center on Feb 23, 2012. We received an email this February saying that my application will be given to a co soon, so make sure we have all paperwork turned in. I've had to get further medical tests done because my blood pressure was high, and my gp will be sending in a report to medibank this week. My wife called diac last week and they advised that as soon as they get the medical report, I should get my tr quickly. It's been almost 14 months to date.
Do we really need to wait for their signal to do our medical test? Coz I'm planning to do our medical test on the 9th month coz the medical test valid only for 3 months, I applied in person in Sydney..


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Do we really need to wait for their signal to do our medical test? Coz I'm planning to do our medical test on the 9th month coz the medical test valid only for 3 months, I applied in person in Sydney..
The medical is valid for 12 months. In Kenya you have no choice. There is one medical centre you have to do it at and they refuse to let you in the gate without a letter from the high commission. In Sydney I think you have a choice but they recommend you wait usually.

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No, you don't need to wait at all. I believe that diac prefers you have it all done when you turn your visa application in.


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