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Old 09-03-2014, 06:45 AM
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Re: your medicals - "referred" simply means they are taking a closer look at it (the MOC is looking at the results in-depth). They will look at the condition and determine if they think the cost to the Australian system would be $35,000+. If they don't think it would, the medical will be passed. In all likelihood it will not delay your visa as security checks take much longer anyway.

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Re: your medicals - "referred" simply means they are taking a closer look at it (the MOC is looking at the results in-depth). They will look at the condition and determine if they think the cost to the Australian system would be $35,000+. If they don't think it would, the medical will be passed. In all likelihood it will not delay your visa as security checks take much longer anyway.
hi CG,
hi! I just want to ask im done with my medicals in the hospital and when i checked my emedical it says completed and submitted to dibp. does it means im done with my medicals or there is still a chance that they may ask me to perform another test if they wish too? thanks alot

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hi CG,
hi! I just want to ask im done with my medicals in the hospital and when i checked my emedical it says completed and submitted to dibp. does it means im done with my medicals or there is still a chance that they may ask me to perform another test if they wish too? thanks alot
lostangel,
just wait until medical status change (health has been finalised for this person). After that you may wondering what might they ask you to provide.


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hi CG,
hi! I just want to ask im done with my medicals in the hospital and when i checked my emedical it says completed and submitted to dibp. does it means im done with my medicals or there is still a chance that they may ask me to perform another test if they wish too? thanks alot
Hey lostangel,

If the eMedical says the reports have been submitted to DIBP, that's good news; as per my knowledge I have I don't think they will be asking your for further tests as everything required including your medicals getting referred and other additional tests have now been done, cleared and submitted to the DIBP.

My medicals had no issues and when the reports were cleared, my eMedicals Information Sheet read as follows:-
Health Case Status
This health case was submitted to DIBP on DD MONTH YYYY.


Hopefully you'll get your visa shortly Please do wait for other seniors to respond to your post
Hope this helps. Good Luck!

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