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Old 08-15-2013, 05:00 PM
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That's highly unlike to be a problem at all.
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Hi again Carol Ann!

Australian citizens do not need medicals (so YAY for that!).

My medicals were referred, but I knew they were going to be. I have a few different medical conditions I can PM about you privately if you like, and we were unsure that our case would even be approved, so we retained George Lombard in Sydney. He is the absolute best migration agent there is when it comes to dealing with medical issues. He has been super helpful. We are now hopeful that they might not reject us and make us go through the medical waiver process, where before we'd thought that might happen (and who knows how long that would take?) Don't worry about your case being rejected unless you have a serious issue, though. A referral is nothing but them looking at your medical issues more in-depth. It takes longer for your case to be processed, yes, but that's all. If you have any questions (I'm typing this having just woken up! haha) Feel free to ask!
Hi Collegegirl, I am new to this forum and I am also worrying about i might fail the medical assessment an do wish you could give me some advice. How can I PM you ?


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