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Hi!!!!! We just want to share our story. August 2015 I've started working for my boss here in NSW as Architectural Draftperson on 457 VISA. then my family came December 2015. September 2017 they've lodged 186 Visa, February 2018 Nomination was approved and medical exams was done. But my visa was put on for "Further Assessment" as I do have health issue. We heard nothing from them until - June 2019 a healthy waiver was requested and submitted after 28 days with the help of a RMA. Me and my family was so stress upon processing and preparing documents for the waiver, Contacted numerous Doctors and asking help with the community special friends and family and also a friend who is in Netherlands, She had help us so much! those 28 days was the worst days of our life(28 days Later?-Movie). After submitting the waiver we still have to wait for the medical report from my specialist(3rd specialist- we never gave up) which was to follow up with the other documents. and finally we manage to get a positive report in favour of me and 100% against what the immigration is saying. We submitted the medical report 3rd of June. by the way our local GP was also helping us in a lot of ways as she disagrees with what the immigration has decided.(272k cost of my health care!!) 24th of June I've logged in to my immi account and found out that my Health Assessment was change and says "Health Clearance Provided", so I've ask the agent what was that, probably something happened in the process it may be good or bad. That time I had a feeling that something good is going to happen but not a 100% tough. so I tried to ask the agent to follow up with the CO via email. 1st of August 9:00am I've called the agent as we only have 7 more days to go before our medical exams expired, But unfortunately I wasn't able to speak to her, Message left. 9:30 AM I got a call from the agent saying that we don't need to follow up as the visa was granted!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We are so happy!! !!!!!! Thanks to god we manage to surpass all the stress.. . To all applying for permanent residency please make sure your 100% healthy before applying or otherwise you will go thru a lot! Thanks to this forum as well as the forum help me in a lot of ways..... Ward Regards,
Hi all, Please mind my English as it is my second language. I want to write this post for those who are or will going through the same situation as me, that there are still hope having your Visa granted even with your disabilities. My wife's visa was rejected in August 2015 due to her Kidney Transplant. The reasons for are listed below: 1) She will be a burden to Australia, costing $350,000 over 40 years (this include medicines, visit to the doctor, using all the benefits that a normal Australian entitle to). Don't try to argue that you won't use all the benefits, the DIAC have to take all the potential costs into consideration. 2) When her kidney rejected, she will take Australian Kidney making the waiting line for even longer. 3) There are no compelling or/and compassionate reason why she has to move to Australia to be with me, I can move to Vietnam to be with her. 4) There are no guarantee that my wife will be contribute anything to Australia as her level of education is only at year 12 and her English is limited. After I found out my wife visa got rejected, I have done lots of research and found George Lombard Consultancy to be my representative for my Administrative Appeal Tribunal. I have done a mistake not using an agent for my wife visa, I have underestimate its complexity. If got your Visa rejected, please don't think you can Appeal yourself. Trust me, I'm glad to ask George Lombard Consultancy for help otherwise my wife would not be here in Australia. I'm sorry I can't disclose any of my argument publicly. However, I'll try to answer you as much as I can privately.
I did a quick search and could not find a any post related. So hope I will get some more information here. My question is: Can I swap sponsors on a partner visa? The situation is: 1) I moved to Australia over 4 years ago, in January 2009 . I applied for a partner visa and a health waiver due a health condition I found at that time. 2) In February 2011 my visa was refused by DIAC and I applied for a review at the Migration Tribunal ( MRT ) in April 2011 3) My relationship was over just after I applied for the review on MRT. I communicate the end of my relationship to MRT and kept my bridging visa. 4) On March 2011 I met a new person and we start date, we moved together on August 2011. And he makes me the most happiest person alive since then. So, my question again is: Can I swap my old sponsor for this new one?
Hi, I am so excited I can hardly type this post! We just got confirmation today from Immigration that our Skilled health waiver has been passed and we have got our 857 visas. We had been offered these as a possible option as I had failed the medicals due to a kidney transplant. After lots of paperwork and form filling we finally got there. And we did it all on our own. We did not use an agent or a lawyer. Not that I am saying this was the right move to make but it worked for us. I did all the paperwork and research. And thankfully it has paid off. Time now to celebrate! I hope everybody else's dreams come true just like ours, Sian xxx