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Old 02-10-2014, 09:45 AM
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I responded to your question elsewhere jcq, but this is an answer I'd like to know as well. Essentially I believe I read in DIBP regulations that they *can't* base a decision on a permanent visa on health - but the checklist for the 801 says the applicant "may" be asked for another health exam (though as tara said, I've never seen that happen). My agent seems under the impression it CAN happen, so I'd love a definitive answer...
Hi College girl, I would like to what medical condition do you have, if you don't mind? How much is the cost asked by Lombard Migration agent so that we could prepare for it?


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If im reading this correctly you are on spouse visa 309 with cancer in remission....so you have 2 years before you get the permanent 100 visa?

In that situation Medicare might be the ones that MIGHT notice that you are receiving cancer treatment and MAY query as to how long the cancer has been active again before you entered Australia.....

If ive got this all wrong as I often do lol ignore post...Just try n get advice from someone who really can answer your situation.
Hi Dunan, I'm from P'que, Manila. Yes I'm in remission but my fear is during the application of PR. They might reject me for my medical condition. I also don't know if we can afford to avail Lombard Migration Agent's cost.

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Old 05-12-2014, 11:19 AM
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hi jcq01,

id just like to ask about your application process, since u were successful first round,

my partner had a thyroidectomy (whole thyroid taken out) due to cancer. Were there any complications in applying in terms of medical checks? your experience would be very very helpful.... I've been trying to find out people with similar situations as me for stories on how they went when applying... thank you so much if you reply...


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