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  1. Hi guys:cute: I put my parents under "other family members" section when I applied for 175 (still waiting for CO), however I do have the plan to bring them over under contributory parent visas (subclass 143). I recently heard that if I put my parents under other family members instead of "non-migrating dependents", I will have trouble sponsoring them later because the selection of "other family member" in my application will automatically mean that I will not want them to come over in a later stage. Is this true? Is it necessary for me to inform the DIAC and put them under "non-migrating dependants", and if I do so, do they need to submit PPC/medical and will it make my applciation even longer?:chatterbox: Thanks!
  2. Good morning to everybody! My husband has 2 sons from the previous marriage. His ex-wife refused to let the children undergo the medical tests. Fortunately for us, she didn't refused to make a notarized statement. We also attached a letter from our family doctor, stating that the children are healthy. Now we have a case officer who asked for the children's birth certificates and one more statement from the mother, explaining why she objects to the medicals. I have a question to the people who was in the same boat. After you submited all the statements and declarations requested, how long have you been waiting for a visa? Thanks in advance for your answers!
  3. I'm totally lost here! I've included my parents as non-migrating dependants in my application, a confiramtion for which has been sought by my CO. I understand that my confiramtion will make them liable to undertake medicals & police checks. My Mum's all clear, but my Dad's had a two heart attacks(most recent last year) for which he does take medication. Will/Can this affect the overall Visa outcome? :confused:
  4. Hi all, Please can someone help. I am in Australia on a 457 visa. My partner is trying to obtain his 457 visa also, he is still in the UK. He will be coming to do the same job as me for the same company, so that is not an issue. However, we've run into an issue...my partner has a 15 year old son, who he is bringing with him. He has lived with his dad (my partner) since he and his wife divorced 11 years ago. The mum is happy for him to come and has signed form 1229 - however the Migration Agents we are using are asking for more details...he doesn't have anything much else, there are some court papers, but nothing relating to custody as this was agreed informally between them and there was no court order in this respect. He submitted a letter that the mum had written, but for some reason the Migration Agent said he couldn't use that - even though the guidance for the 457 application says you can - very confusing. Can anybody please give me some guidance about what else we can submit with the application, time is getting tight now and we can't afford to wait much longer. Appreciate any help or support, I miss him and want him out here ASAP :unsure:
  5. We're just preparing to apply for 176 visa after obtaining a successful skills assessment and state sponsorship from Victoria. I've been going through the forms today to ensure I've got all the information together. My husband has 2 daughters from a previous relationship. They were born in NZ and are NZ citizens (we're in the UK). His ex remained in NZ and has full custody but he obviously sends maintenance so they will be included as non migrating dependants on our app. My concern is the medical checks and whether this will be required if they are NZ citizens ? Just worrying in advance about the logistics of this because of the distance between us and organising things like this (although I appreciate we'll have time to sort out over the coming months!) TIA
  6. southerncrossfj

    Medical forms for non-migrating dependant

    I was asked by my CO to submit the medicals for my son (17 years) who lives with my ex wife in my home country (I live in a third country), and have managed to persuade them to do that. According to DIAC's info, he should take "Health Examination Referral" for eHealth, or otherwise Form 26EH/160EH since my application was lodged electronically. However, my son is not appearing in my online application status perhaps because he is not migrating so I can't download any of the above form for him. In this case should I download the blank Form 26/160 (not EH) and let my son to use it? Some info says "Do not use Forms 26 or 160 if you are applying online from outside Australia" ..... would anyone please kindly advise me what to do?
  7. Hi All, yet another question... Recently front loaded meds for the whole family. Wondering if CO will also ask for the medical of my illegitimate child, non-migrating, whom i declared in my visa application? I don't want to send PLE as this might trigger the request for the said medical. Anyone pls? tnx again.
  8. Any advice appreciated!! Am moving to Aus with new wife and baby, however I also have 14 year old child who lives with his mother, who won't let him have a medical. That's bearable as it doesn't affect my emigrating (she's done declaration) but I was keen that he might have the choice to join us later. Anyone had a similar issue and found a way through?? Getting his mother to agree to anything would be very hard. Would he, if he wanted to join (and I had citizenship) be judged as an individual? Does having half his family Perm Res make any difference? Is it best if he joins us before he's 18? He's with his mum til 16. Thank you, first post please excuse any obvious errors. D (May also have posted in Welcome by accident, sorry.)
  9. Any advice appreciated!! Am moving to Aus with new wife and baby, however I also have 14 year old child who lives with his mother, who won't let him have a medical. That's bearable as it doesn't affect my emigrating (she's done declaration) but I was keen that he might have the choice to join us later. Anyone had a similar issue and found a way through?? Getting his mother to agree to anything would be very hard. Would he, if he wanted to join (and I had citizenship) be judged as an individual? Does having half his family Perm Res make any difference? Is it best if he joins us before he's 18? He's with his mum til 16. Thank you, first post please excuse any obvious errors. D
  10. OMG just got email to say with have a CO... I'm so flustered:jiggy: But my question is, they are requesting Medicals for all including Non-Migrating Dependants... my husband has two older lads from a previous marriage, they're now 21 and 23... do they really need medicals, or are they not classed as dependants now they're over 18yrs. I may just be having a flustered blonde moment, but do I really need to fork out for their medicals too (hadn't budgeted for that one!!) Any ideas??? Jules
  11. We just got a case officer with a letter to say that we have to get all non-migrating dependents medicals done too. Has anyone been in the postion where this has not been possible through various reasons, is there anyway around this if you are no able to do this? I'm gutted as we did ours last week and now found out that this should have been done but feel this might not be so simple and will be gutted if this is the end of the line for us.:no: Kellyx
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