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Old 09-26-2013, 04:25 PM
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Can you please share us your experience in having medical before lodging application or after lodging application.


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Can you please share us your experience in having medical before lodging application or after lodging application.
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Tell me which information do you like to know. In my case I don't need to undergo the medical examination but wife does.


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Hi Depende

I hope your partner must have opted to take medical test before lodging visa application. If so, how and when can one be certain that he is fine in medical. Also, can you share the other things that one should know before undertaking medical, besides the information given in DIAC website


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I hope your partner must have opted to take medical test before lodging visa application. If so, how and when can one be certain that he is fine in medical. Also, can you share the other things that one should know before undertaking medical, besides the information given in DIAC website
I spoke to the medical center where my wife has do to the medical examination and they told me it's better to lodge first the visa application because of the visa application ID. They will send than the results to the Australia embassy connected to my application ID.

My wife need to fill up the form 26 and form 160. In additional you need to bring your passport and 2 passport sized photos.


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I was looking for any advice in medical examination before lodging visa. But, it is more surprising to know that your medical clinic has suggested your partner to undergo medical after lodging visa. Yes, it is better in the sense that you will save money after the request of departmental officer to undertake medical. However, as far as I know undertaking medical before lodging visa saves plenty of time. We can complete medical test signing first in MY HELATH DECLARATION and undergoing medical test in approved clinic and the result is sent online to the department before lodging visa application. Thus, we do not have to wait for the departmental officer request to undergo medical. I suppose time saving is more worthy than charge of medical test. I got this info from here
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So, my plan is to take medical in last week of Oct and lodge visa in first week of Jan for my course is in session on March 3.
If there is anything I am still unfamiliar about please update.

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I was looking for any advice in medical examination before lodging visa. But, it is more surprising to know that your medical clinic has suggested your partner to undergo medical after lodging visa. Yes, it is better in the sense that you will save money after the request of departmental officer to undertake medical. However, as far as I know undertaking medical before lodging visa saves plenty of time. We can complete medical test signing first in MY HELATH DECLARATION and undergoing medical test in approved clinic and the result is sent online to the department before lodging visa application. Thus, we do not have to wait for the departmental officer request to undergo medical. I suppose time saving is more worthy than charge of medical test. I got this info from here
Arranging a Health Examination
So, my plan is to take medical in last week of Oct and lodge visa in first week of Jan for my course is in session on March 3.
If there is anything I am still unfamiliar about please update.

Thanks.
Partner Visas are very different from student visas because of the much longer processing time. As processing times are getting longer and longer, more and more embassies are advising partner visa applicants to *not* do their medical checks in advance. Medicals are only valid for one year. So if a partner visa applicant did their medicals in October 2013, and applied in January, it's not out of the realm of possibility in some places for the application to not be approved by October 2014, which means Immigration can ask them to do their medical exam all over again. Also, the initial entry date (the date by which you have to fly into Australia in order to validate your visa) is generally one year after your medicals or police checks, whichever you did first. So if a partner visa applicant did their medicals in October, and applied in January, and their visa wasn't granted until September (9 months is very common for some embassies), they'd only have one month to organize getting to Australia.

Hope that helps you understand.

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Hi CollegeGirl,

I guess the word partner has created ambiguity in my post, I meant couple here. We are talking about health requirements for student sub class 573 principal and dependent visa. I will be happy to know if any one can tell me the pros and cons of taking medical test before lodging and after lodging aforementioned visa application.
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Ah, my apologies. I misread depende's post.

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