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Hi all, I was wondering if anyone had any experience or advice in regards to appropriate cover for a parent on a bridging visa waiting for an Aged Parent Visa (sc. 804).

She is American and currently (stupidly) has no cover in Australia. She wants to be able to... for lack of better wording 'die here' and needs health cover that will allow that (she's in fine health at the moment but looking to the future she has no one left in the States)

Any advice would be apprecaited!

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Hi all, I was wondering if anyone had any experience or advice in regards to appropriate cover for a parent on a bridging visa waiting for an Aged Parent Visa (sc. 804).

She is American and currently (stupidly) has no cover in Australia. She wants to be able to... for lack of better wording 'die here' and needs health cover that will allow that (she's in fine health at the moment but looking to the future she has no one left in the States)

Any advice would be apprecaited!
I imagine her only option would be some sort of Standard Visitor Cover. Most of the companies providing Student health Cover, provide Visitor Cover as well.

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