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Spouse visa with Hepatitis c


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Old 04-18-2011, 09:53 PM
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Spouse visa with Hepatitis c

G'Day Guys

My fiance has an australian PR visa and we plan to immigrate soon. I recently discovered that I have Hepatitis C and require interferon treatment for about 48 weeks which would cost AUD 30000.The success rate of this treatment is currently 50% worlwide!
Will my spouse visa be accepted or rejected although I lead a normal life without any symptoms? We dont want to be spending the huge amount of money if the visa is going to get refused. Hence we would appreciate all your valuable input on this.


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