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Old 01-30-2014, 12:47 PM
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Akina - I THINK you'd use the same HAPID, but I'm not sure. Hoping someone else may know for sure.

Kangaroogirl, Akina is not asking a question about a second-stage visa. Their visa has been in process for more than a year so they are having to re-do medical checks for the original (first) visa application.

Generally second-stage (PR) visas do not require new medical checks.
All right thank you guys for your input, I guess we'll have to wait until the case offices returns

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Old 02-19-2014, 05:47 PM
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I would say it's always in the interest of someone making an 820 application to submit fully complete with medicals and police clearances simply because there's no Initial Entry Date to consider and submitting everything cuts down on correspondence which consequently speeds up the process.

ENS is 100% confirmed no Decision Ready process anymore, but the 820 was always an informal understanding anyway (to my knowledge) so there might not be any official notice. I'd be interested to hear if anyone has any word from the DIBP on this or has received a quick decision since the introduction of the online system.
Hi Sir.
i had a query abt my medicals done last 6th feb..
my visa is skilled visa and subclass 489. when i finishd my tests leave the centre, on the same they call me to submit again urine samples. on 2nd day when i came they again collect urine of mine and said that today it is clear.
But unfortunately on my first day of medical i took cream in my break fast due to which my Blood pressure was too high (150/110) and my age is 34 yrs now. And the second day my b.p was normal 120/80.
Now wat do u think will this high B.P (150/110) will create any prob in visa decision.
waiting for ur best comments
Thanks and regards


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