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Old 03-06-2018, 07:17 PM
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Health assessment partner visa 820/801

Hi! I have some queries regarding the health assessment.

I Lodged my Onshore Partner Visa application 25th February all done except for my Police Clearance from Philippines which is already in process and the Health Assessment for me and for my daughter (dependant).
I am currently 37 weeks pregnant and scheduled to give birth really soon.

Me and my 11 year old daughter are both required to do the Health Assessment. Upon clicking on it, it leads to the Emedical page where its asking for medical history. Last questions there asked if the applicant is pregnant or not and the due date.


1. Should I answer the Emedical questions now? Or wait until I give birth?

2. After answering the Emedical medical history questions, what will happen? Is that when they will send the Referral Letter for Health Assessment?

3. How long does the emedical Referral letter lasts? Does it have expiration date?

4. How much does the Health Assessment usually cost? What tests were you asked to do?

5. There's a question there: Have you ever been admitted to hospital and/or received medical treatment for an extended period for any reason (including for a major operation or treatment of a psychiatric illness)?
- I had cesarean delivery with my first child and appendectomy several years back. Should I put that on this particular question?

Thanks in advance!

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Old 03-06-2018, 08:22 PM
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1. Now
2. They don't. You take it to your panel physician
3. No expiry
4. Contact BUPA
5. Yes

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Old 11-21-2018, 02:37 AM
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HI! Help please.
Last 31st October I received a request to for me and my daughter to do the Medical Examination. It says there that we are given 28 days. I uploaded the confirmation of our booking the other day as we are supposed to have the Medical exam tomorrow morning. Apparently I got my period today so I have to reschedule for next week. The thing is it will pass the 28 days time frame given to me. What shall I do? I'm worried. I don't want it to alte/delay our application. Please advise. Thank you in advance.

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1. Now
2. They don't. You take it to your panel physician
3. No expiry date yet
4. Contact BUPA
5. Yes

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