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Old 09-26-2013, 05:22 AM
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Hello Proudmomma,

We are compiling ours for my partner from Phils to come over (PMVsubclass 300), if you wish to present Ápplication Ready' for visa you do not have to wait to be contacted by CO. I.e you can do medical / police check before you submit application so it is all together and submit it all together.There are medical centers in Phils that provide this, but you need to register online here complete and take with you once you have made appointment. Look the links below 1. Explains process of medical before submitting visa. 2. Explains online registering . 3. link to a medicial centre that will carry out medical.

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1. http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/heal...nt-no-visa.pdf

2. My Health Declarations

3. https://sites.google.com/site/nation.../home/branches


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Urgent .i just noticed now that I made one mistake on filling out my application form on question# 72 which countries have u visited dying last 10 yrs.include details for all members of your family unit included in your visa application..and I just got confuse with the question i mistakenly put names of my family whom I travel together to visit but they are not included on my application..but on those other question i answer it correct.as I am migrating myself.. The thing is i already lodged PMV last june 2013 and I believe my papers is being already assessed...what should I do?hope u could help with it.thanks..


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contact your CO, 'provide a stat dec regarding the inconsistency or err made and send to them, but first point I would ring CO


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contact your CO, 'provide a stat dec regarding the inconsistency or err made and send to them, but first point I would ring CO
thanks for the info the thing is I didn't heard from embasy yet since I lodged it except for when they send acknowlgement email and request for my medical and nso..i got no idea if I have my co yet.


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Old 09-26-2013, 07:08 AM
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To Proudmomma,

It is a must to have the medical check ahead of the assessment. We are all given a HAP ID once the assessment starts rolling. Right now, start doing the water therapy because it definitely your urine will be a part of the testing requirements

I am so excited for you and the others to finally get their visas granted.

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Old 09-26-2013, 07:53 AM
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Angelique Congrats and all the best ours is going in just after Xmas will be over there to celebrate Xmass with my partners family n friends again I carnt wait for the day she arrives back in Sydney woooooooooooooooooo hoooooooooo


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my Philippine finance is getting her medicals done in manila next week . they only accept cash and i will send the money over soon.
my question is ,from the medical center web site it does not clearly state if chest Xray's are required for PMV ,but they are required for short term stay visa's
Can anyone clear this up for me


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Chest x-rays are probably the most important test....it is a MUST. Anyway the medical examiners have the tests to be done so you just go and let them do whatever that they say must be done.....BTW...make sure you keep your receipt in a safe place.......

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I just completed the my health option on Australia Immig which generates the referral letter for the medical panel in Phils, they have a standard approach to visas and yep Chest Xray is a must for TB etc, urine and blood


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thanks ...they state that the medical is 3200p and i guess this includes the xrays
It does state however xrays only are 800p ?? so 4000p should be enough .
The cost does not matter, it just i don't want her to take more than necessary for safety reasons

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