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    <p><p>Dear dooodi, I have an issue regarding skilled migration to Au and Hep C. You wrote: </p></p>

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    <p><p>I suggest you contact agent who is expert in handling immigration related medical problems. </p></p>

    <p><p> One name I suggest is George Lombard in Sydney. Not Expensive, I think between $200- $300</p></p>

    <p><p>Email to <george@AUSTIMMIGRATION.COM.AU></p></p>

    <p><p> website is <a href="<a href="http://www.austimmigration.com.au" rel="external nofollow">http://www.austimmigration.com.au</a>" rel="external nofollow"><a href="http://www.austimmigration.com.au" rel="external nofollow">http://www.austimmigration.com.au</a></a></p></p>

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    <p><p>May I please ask you why you recommended this specialist? Did you have a similar issue? Thanks in advance, Petr.</p></p>

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  2. dooodi

    Health insurance on 457 visa

    You will be covered by the reciprocal medical agreement which will cover you for necessary medical treatment - which may mean that you arent covered for some esoteric elective treatment and you may be repatriated if you are desperately ill with long term recovery issues. Temporary visa holders are supposed to have private health cover. ( I copied this from other post) I assume you are UK national. Once you are in Aussie land get yourself registered with medicare. I am sure you do not need medical insurance after that (from UK). However, you can arrange new private health insurance here in autralia just for peace of mind. But you need to have insurance to enter in Australia just in case if asked
  3. I thougt this is what you need to get here in first place time has changed
  4. dooodi

    Hamilton Hill / Mosman Park

    Depends what you are loking for. I will go for Mosman Park. I was trying to find a 4 bed reasonably good house in Mosman park but unbale to find anything cheaper. Rents for 4 bed starting from $800 per week. youmay find town house slighlty chaper. I went to mosman park for high standard schooling and close to CBD
  5. You can catch a train from Joondalup to any station in south, nearest station to uni. there is always a direct bus from nearest train station to uni. I assume if you boarding a train from Joondalup, it will take 35 - 40 minutes to south side station nearest to uni and then 10 minutes bus
  6. I do not know which visa you applied for I have Liver condition and applied for 457. I am taking medication daily to avoid flaring up AST & ALT level. I have mentioned my liver condition in application and management through medication. Following happened I have asked to go through full medical including HEp B, HEP C and HIV ( Even though no medical required for UK nationals under my occupation) Then CMO has asked detail report from my treating consultant that include diagnosis, prognosis and managment. sent the letter and got visa week after that. CMO was looking three main criterea Risk to general public ( HEP B, HEP A, HIV) Cost to Austrlain Helth system in next five years And any risk to local resource i.e. transplant
  7. dooodi

    WA driving licence

    WA rule is, Temporary or permanent visa, if your stay is longer than three months you should get WA driving license
  8. dooodi

    457 visa granted!!!

    Congrat
  9. dooodi

    457 processing times

    Depends on your sponsor, nomination approval and information you provide
  10. dooodi

    457 processing times

    my 457 fellas here are few milestones Application & nomination submitted 22/02/2011 Application Processing Started 22/020/2011 Form 80 Requested 23/02/2011 Form 80 Submitted 25/02/2011 Medical ( due to past medical condition declared) requested 02/03/2011 Medical submitted 11/03/2011 Follow-up medical Requested by MOC 18/03/2011 Followup submitted 04/04/2011 All of my documentation including nomination approved around 02/03/2011 within 10 days of applilcation submission. Since 02/03/2011 it is all about medical However, fellas this morning VISA APPROVED FINALLY, thanks God I came to know this by checking online status, says applicant approved Off to Perth on 9th May 2011 Good luck to all of you
  11. dooodi

    457 visa - medicals

    we are family of four and have applied 457. I declared the medical condition and asked by CO for Medical. however, non of my family members have asked for medical.
  12. dooodi

    457 visa - medicals

    as standard preactice, no, he doesn't need medical unless there are reasons i.e. medical condition or spent 12 months or more in high risk country ( for TB reason) Saying that, CO can ask anything
  13. dooodi

    Hepatitis c PLEASE HELP!!!!

    Chippy This is very sensitive issue and I doubt it someone will give you advice. I suggest you contact agent who is expert in handling immigration related medical problems. One name I suggest is George Lombard in Sydney. Not Expensive, I think between $200- $300 Email to <george@AUSTIMMIGRATION.COM.AU> website is www.austimmigration.com.au
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    457 processing times

    My 457 fellas I applied Online 457 application, on 2nd Mar 2011 asked to do limited medical. Medical reached to sydney office around 15th Mar 2011. Case officer informed me that visa will be granted once medical refer come back. How long does it take for medical referal to reach back to Melbourne office?
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    457 processing times

    All Quick question I applied Online 457 application, on 2nd Mar 2011 asked to do limited medical. Medical reached to sydney office around 15th Mar 2011. Case officer informed me that visa will be granted once medical refer come back. How long does it take for medical referal to reach back to Melbourne office?
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