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Old 03-06-2015, 08:31 AM
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depends on what visa you have applied..have u gone through e-medical, if yes then u must be having hap id..through which you can chek when your medical was submitted.
If that was for partner visa , then it doesnt mean grant, but i think you hve applied for some other visa,,like if its student, then yes possibilities r there
The health undertaking is in addition to the health check. It's an agreement to undertake some additional health checks after the visa is granted, typically because the health check couldn't be finalised due to a medical condition such as TB or pregnancy.

Fress313, a colleague of mine applied for a 186 visa and his partner was pregnant so couldn't complete the x-ray. She complete the health undertaking and their visas were granted a few days later. I don't know if that's considered quick or average though, so I assume it's difficult to know for sure.

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Old 03-10-2015, 07:52 PM
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Thanks for your replys guys ,
She has hepatitis b so I'm thinking that is why they have asked for this , so will see what happens

She is applying for a partner visa lodged offshore .
Hopefully here good news soon

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Old 03-29-2016, 02:27 PM
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Thanks for your replys guys ,
She has hepatitis b so I'm thinking that is why they have asked for this , so will see what happens

She is applying for a partner visa lodged offshore .
Hopefully here good news soon

Thanks
Fress
Hi Fress,
Read your last post & joined the group as iam in the same boat.Did you received any update as in my case undertaking was asked for my 3 years child & post its submission on 3rd march no updates till now.

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