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health declarations for 189 visa

hiii please help me.
I have lodged my 189 visa application on 21 December 2017. Regarding my health declarations I have given HAP id of my previous medical examination which was done on 21 Jan 2016 for visitor visa. My CO contacted me on 20 Jan 2017 and wrote further information required.
See the attached "Request Detail", which provides a detailed explanation relating to the
checklist item(s) listed below.
Immigration Health Examinations (for example: chest x-ray, medical examinations
and/or blood tests as specified in the Health Examinations List)

You are required to undergo the following health examination(s) to ensure that you meet the
health requirement for Skilled - Independent (subclass 189) visa.
● Medical Examination (Completed)
● HIV test (Completed)
● Chest X-ray Examination (Completed)
● Hepatitis C test (Completed)
● Hepatitis B test (Completed)
If an examination is listed as Completed this means that there is an existing examination that
can be re-used for this visa application. You will not be asked to complete this examination
again unless a repeat examination is required because your medical circumstances
have changed or the examination has since expired.

so, I have visited to the panel physicians and they said
1. your hap id is not working, it is not activated and we can't do health examination without a working hap id.
2. the list of health examinations is indicating all examinations as Completed. we can't perform a medical exam until it says 'Required' instead of 'completed'.
I tried to open emedical with the hap id given by you but it says " no health case is associated with these details"
so i mailed tech support and they said your previous examination was used for this application. now I am so confused, it all my examinations are completed then what information is required from me? I sent a mail to my CO but no reply yet. please guide me through.
regards
ritika


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