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Old 11-19-2019, 10:50 AM
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How to know if pass medical exam or not

Hi everyone, could anyone help to advice about my case below

The applicant is my father, who is applying visa subclass 143 (contributory parents visa) offshore, went for his medical exam. He has history of cancer almost 5 years ago, but already been treated and he is doing good at the moment. He brought with him a health assessment report to the Medical, which noted all details of the cancer and treatments he received in the past, his current cancer check up results as well as the estimated costs in future, done by a doctor in Sydney. We haven’t heard anything after the Medical. Its been 6 weeks waiting.

I rang the panel clinic where he went for medical and they said their doctor assessed his current health situation was good and they already sent it to MOC (Medical Officer of the Commonwealth). I emailed MOC to ask about the medical outcome. They said they already assessed it, asked me to contact my case officer for the outcome. I am not sure if case officer will advise us about the Medical outcome

I am just wondering if he passed the Medical or not. How much long we need to wait to be sure or to know about the medical outcome. I heard that usually if there is health issue or when they need further information, further tests, or when the applicant doesn’t meet health requirement, they will send out a letter/notice to inform us??? I just need to know about the medical outcome first before we can go ahead to apply AoS.

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Hi everyone, could anyone help to advice about my case below

The applicant is my father, who is applying visa subclass 143 (contributory parents visa) offshore, went for his medical exam. He has history of cancer almost 5 years ago, but already been treated and he is doing good at the moment. He brought with him a health assessment report to the Medical, which noted all details of the cancer and treatments he received in the past, his current cancer check up results as well as the estimated costs in future, done by a doctor in Sydney. We haven’t heard anything after the Medical. Its been 6 weeks waiting.

I rang the panel clinic where he went for medical and they said their doctor assessed his current health situation was good and they already sent it to MOC (Medical Officer of the Commonwealth). I emailed MOC to ask about the medical outcome. They said they already assessed it, asked me to contact my case officer for the outcome. I am not sure if case officer will advise us about the Medical outcome

I am just wondering if he passed the Medical or not. How much long we need to wait to be sure or to know about the medical outcome. I heard that usually if there is health issue or when they need further information, further tests, or when the applicant doesn’t meet health requirement, they will send out a letter/notice to inform us??? I just need to know about the medical outcome first before we can go ahead to apply AoS.

Hope to hear some advise from everyone
Thanks
If there is notice from them about it then there maybe a problem , other than that, NO NEWS, IS GOODNEWS

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The opinions of panel physicians carry little weight for condition you described.

If the Australian medico was as specialist in the area and correctly addressed the specific legal and medical criteria, the report would carry considerable weight.

If you applied in Australia, there is a strategy available for father to remain, even if he fails to meet the public interest (medical) criterion.

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Hi everyone, could anyone help to advice about my case below

The applicant is my father, who is applying visa subclass 143 (contributory parents visa) offshore, went for his medical exam. He has history of cancer almost 5 years ago, but already been treated and he is doing good at the moment. He brought with him a health assessment report to the Medical, which noted all details of the cancer and treatments he received in the past, his current cancer check up results as well as the estimated costs in future, done by a doctor in Sydney. We haven’t heard anything after the Medical. Its been 6 weeks waiting.

I rang the panel clinic where he went for medical and they said their doctor assessed his current health situation was good and they already sent it to MOC (Medical Officer of the Commonwealth). I emailed MOC to ask about the medical outcome. They said they already assessed it, asked me to contact my case officer for the outcome. I am not sure if case officer will advise us about the Medical outcome

I am just wondering if he passed the Medical or not. How much long we need to wait to be sure or to know about the medical outcome. I heard that usually if there is health issue or when they need further information, further tests, or when the applicant doesn’t meet health requirement, they will send out a letter/notice to inform us??? I just need to know about the medical outcome first before we can go ahead to apply AoS.

Hope to hear some advise from everyone
Thanks
If there is notice from them about it then there maybe a problem , other than that, NO NEWS, IS GOODNEWS
Thanks Rock747, still waiting with no news for almost 2 months now post medical


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The opinions of panel physicians carry little weight for condition you described.

If the Australian medico was as specialist in the area and correctly addressed the specific legal and medical criteria, the report would carry considerable weight.

If you applied in Australia, there is a strategy available for father to remain, even if he fails to meet the public interest (medical) criterion.
Thanks Wrussell, my father applied offshore but his health assessment report, which he provided to the panel clinic at his medical exam, was done by a Sydney physician so hopefully it helped with his case. I have already emailed case officer a week ago to ask about my father’s medical outcome but did not get the response yet. Its almost 2 months now after the medical with NO notice received. should we assume he meet health requirements...


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If you had been correctly advised, you would have applied onshore.

Best of luck with it.

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