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Old 09-13-2013, 01:21 AM
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Hello... anyone lived here near Tweed Heads nsw? been here almost a month and havent known any filos here.. PM me please..

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Oh Aussieboy... I hope it's not over because of this. I'm not trying to meddle in your business, and you don't need to respond to this, but I just wanted to point out -- From what you said it sounded like she just confused "initial entry date" and "must arrive by" date. Lots of native English speakers confuse those two things, much less people who are not native speakers. And it sounded like she called DIAC to clarify and they gave her wrong information? It sounds to me like (once again) wrong information from DIAC is to blame in this situation. Maybe take some time and mull things over... give yourself some space and some distance for a while to grieve what just happened.

And that is all IF there's no way to keep her visa from being cancelled. I'm still hoping they can help you.
Many, many positive thoughts coming your way right now. All the best.
Hi CG
Your right, my fiancée and I both like to be right haha which is not always possible. All is good
Today I decided to take my own advice and engaged Mark N, he has already identified through VEVO that the visa has not been cancelled and is working over the weekend to develop a submission for the embassy to try and stop the cancellation of the visa.
Mark did offer me to send me info for free so I could do it myself. Though given the urgency, I decided it was better to engage Mark than me trying to interpret and understand legislation etc. No brainer really (means easy decision).
Thankyou everyone for your support and kind words. Can I suggest for those of you have not applied yet provide the embassy with an email address that you both have access too. If I had done this I would not have been in this situation

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Old 09-13-2013, 08:24 AM
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Nothing is over till its over!!!! its hard but try and chill this w/end...I got a feeling things might just work out fine....now Skype the lady and take comfort in each other...im sure you are handling it better than I could...

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Great news with mark acting for u I'm sure it will be fine . Very wise decision. Keep us updated pls

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Hey Dunan
I Wish Skype!! We struggle even to have mobile phone contact. I have not been able to reach her tonight so I have her cousin travelling 1 hour to tell her that she needs to get on to the internet aahhh. No landlines where she lives and the mobile tower gets taken out with every strong bit of wind

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Omg that is tough. I thought we had it rough cause Skype didn't work in our Ghana house and Internet was irregular at best (our house in between a bunch of hills) but least we had mobiles always

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Hi guys, some quick questions.

My fiancee is planning to go to the Nationwide Health Aux in Makati next week.

Does anyone know if you're able to eat prior to go do the health check?

Found their website

https://sites.google.com/site/nation.../what-to-bring

Says no need for fast. Then in NZ section. Need to fast at least 8 hours. No mention if fasting needed for Australia visa or not. mmm

I'm from Australia by the way.

The website also says...

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PLEASE MAKE SURE TO REGISTER at that website NHSI (Nationwide Health) as YOUR PREFERRED CLINIC PRIOR TO COMING TO AVOID UNNECESSARY TRIPS. WE CAN ONLY ACCEPT CASES FOR EVALUATION ONLY IF THEIR NAME APPEARS IN OUR E-HEALTH LIST OF CASES FOR EXAMINATION.
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Please fill and bring in the Nationwide Health Clinic Form.
Now what are those? There's no documents/links on that website. Anyone been here before? Any experience?

And yes she's already registered/answered the questions on the emedical (http://www.eMedical.immi.gov.au/eMedUI/eMedicalClient) website. She will print/bring the form 20/160, emedical referal letter/hap id letter/aknowledgement letter, passport, 4 passport photos, photocopies of passport (just in-case).

And would anyone know if you have to phone ahead to book or is it a first-come-first-serve type of clinic?

Many thanks in advance


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Aussieboy, I am SOOOOO glad to hear Mark is helping you! And that you're not giving up. I feel better for you already. *Hugs.* Do keep us updated!

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Old 09-13-2013, 07:21 PM
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Hi guys, some quick questions.

My fiancee is planning to go to the Nationwide Health Aux in Makati next week.

Does anyone know if you're able to eat prior to go do the health check?

Found their website

https://sites.google.com/site/nation.../what-to-bring

Says no need for fast. Then in NZ section. Need to fast at least 8 hours. No mention if fasting needed for Australia visa or not. mmm

I'm from Australia by the way.

The website also says...



and



Now what are those? There's no documents/links on that website. Anyone been here before? Any experience?

And yes she's already registered/answered the questions on the emedical (http://www.eMedical.immi.gov.au/eMedUI/eMedicalClient) website. She will print/bring the form 20/160, emedical referal letter/hap id letter/aknowledgement letter, passport, 4 passport photos, photocopies of passport (just in-case).

And would anyone know if you have to phone ahead to book or is it a first-come-first-serve type of clinic?

Many thanks in advance
Hi plaz, I didn't fast when I took my medical there last June 2012. It was first come first served then, I am not sure though what's the procedure now.

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and of course payments... he he they give u a form to be filled up aside from those form that u handed in...

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