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Old 05-15-2019, 05:31 AM
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I have applied for 187 rsms visa I have got my nomination I have done all the police checks and my medical is also cleared but my spouse medical didn’t clear as she came hepatitis b positive .how would it affect my visa or what are the consequences or options. What should I do so that nothing happens to my permanent residency moreover I have been separated from my spouse over a year taking that into account what are the best options so I get my permanent residency without any problems?


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Your best option is likely to speak with a registered migration agent on how to best proceed so that your spouse's medical condition doesn't result in a refusal of your application. There are several good migration agents who post regularly on this forum, including WRussell, CCMS, MarkNortham and paulhand.

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Your best option is likely to speak with a registered migration agent on how to best proceed so that your spouse's medical condition doesn't result in a refusal of your application. There are several good migration agents who post regularly on this forum, including WRussell, CCMS, MarkNortham and paulhand.
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