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Hi All,

 

Couldn't find one for October, although I am a newbie to the forum.

 

189 Visa application lodged 01/10/2014 front uploaded all documents including police checks. Medicals 11/10/14 now just the waiting game, hoping to make the move 2015!

 

I have read on a few forums about the form 80, I have completed it but not uploaded it. Has anyone else done this?

 

Thanks!


Electrician Vetassess UK Skill Assessment 27/03/14 IELTS 19/7/14 Results L8 R7 W8 S8.5 EOI 189 submitted 05/08/14 Invited 11/08/14 PCC 01/09/14 Lodged 01/10/14 Medicals: 11/10/14 CO Assigned 24/11/14 Grant ?

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I never completed a form 80 at all, and was never asked to.


 


IELTS: 30/05/14 [R:9,L:9,S:9,W:8.5], ACS: 20/06/14 [Positive] (4wks), EOI Submitted: 21/06/14, Visa Invite​: 22/06/2014, Visa Submitted​: 25/06/2014, Medical: 08/07/2014, PCC: 08/07/2014, CO​: 05/09/14, Visa Granted: 23/09/14, Arrived In Perth: 21/04/2015, New Apartment: 15/05/2015, New Job: 26/05/2015

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Thanks for starting this thread, hopefully we will hear soon. 189 submitted on 8.10.14. All documents uploaded. Medicals booked for 28.10.14.


Ahpra and nmac received 10/04/14. Positive skills assessment 17/07/14. AHPRA LOD on 6.11.14. 189 visa lodged on 7.10.14, medicals 28.10.14.

CO allocated 3.12.14. VISA grant 5.01.15.

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Hi all,

 

I have just lodged tonight!! yay!! Finally, it has taken us a while, as waiting for docs but finally got there. I have front loaded all my docs, just need to arrange PCC and medicals now.

I just have a few questions, as I am abit nervous as we have done this ourselves.

 

1) I have just colour scanned all my docs, uncertified...im really hoping this is ok. As I have heard this is ok??

2) When going through the medical questionnaire, it asks if you have any mental health problems...I am on citalopram for low mood/mild depression...would that constitute as a mental health problem?? I guess it would so I need to declare yes?

3) Does my husband as second applicant need to prove his english ability other than passport?

 

Hope anyone can help with these??

 

Looking forward to hearing guys when we fingers crossed get these grants!! I cant believe i am finally at this point!! So exciting but nerve wracking!!

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Nursebucko, I also uploaded colour documents uncertified. I think it's best to declare that you suffer from depression and are on citalopram. This is unlikely going to affect your medicals results.

Yes your husband need to prove his ability to speak english. I am not sure if a british passport is sufficient evidence, I would double check on this!


Ahpra and nmac received 10/04/14. Positive skills assessment 17/07/14. AHPRA LOD on 6.11.14. 189 visa lodged on 7.10.14, medicals 28.10.14.

CO allocated 3.12.14. VISA grant 5.01.15.

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Nursebucko, I also uploaded colour documents uncertified. I think it's best to declare that you suffer from depression and are on citalopram. This is unlikely going to affect your medicals results.

Yes your husband need to prove his ability to speak english. I am not sure if a british passport is sufficient evidence, I would double check on this!

 

If your husband has a British passport, this is all he needs


AHPRA11/7/13 457 lodged17/9/13 457 granted14/10/13 Arrive Perth9/12/13 IELTS20/09/14 EOI8/10/14 189 lodged16/10/14 189 granted​16/12/14

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Hi guys

we lodged our 189 on 19/10/14, hoping to go to WA early 2015. uploaded all docs except medicals and Police checks.. Medicals are booked for 3rd Nov. can someone tell me if the hospital send your results straight to immigration or back to us and then we upload them?

 

Thanks

wulber78


BSc obtained 2/9/13, IELTS 8/3/14, ANMAC Lodged 15/4/14, ANMAC POSITIVE 22/08/14, EOI lodged 22/9/14, EOI invitation to lodge 12/10/14, 189 Lodged 19/10/14, Visa grant 12/12/14, APHRA lodged .....:wacko:

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Hi Wulber,

 

Your medical results will be uploaded directly you never actually see them.


Electrician Vetassess UK Skill Assessment 27/03/14 IELTS 19/7/14 Results L8 R7 W8 S8.5 EOI 189 submitted 05/08/14 Invited 11/08/14 PCC 01/09/14 Lodged 01/10/14 Medicals: 11/10/14 CO Assigned 24/11/14 Grant ?

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Hi Bradley

 

thanks for replying, so if anything was to be wrong on meds ( fingers crossed there ain't) would we not find out until visa was rejected?

 

Wulber78


BSc obtained 2/9/13, IELTS 8/3/14, ANMAC Lodged 15/4/14, ANMAC POSITIVE 22/08/14, EOI lodged 22/9/14, EOI invitation to lodge 12/10/14, 189 Lodged 19/10/14, Visa grant 12/12/14, APHRA lodged .....:wacko:

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It's highly unlikely your visa would ever be rejected on medical grounds. The medical is just to make sure you're not carrying any diseases that could be passed on and also that you're fit and well to work so you won't be a drain on the economy by not being able to work.


Electrician Vetassess UK Skill Assessment 27/03/14 IELTS 19/7/14 Results L8 R7 W8 S8.5 EOI 189 submitted 05/08/14 Invited 11/08/14 PCC 01/09/14 Lodged 01/10/14 Medicals: 11/10/14 CO Assigned 24/11/14 Grant ?

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If your medical checks showed a serious medical concern, it would be referred to MOC and if your visa were to be rejected because of a medical condition you'd be advised and given a period of time to respond (e.g. with specialist reports, etc.). If you aren't aware of having a medical condition of concern (e.g. MS, kidney transplant, etc.) then I wouldn't worry about it. I'm on high blood pressure meds and at my health check they took my BP twice because it was high (higher than normal, no doubt due to stress having to have a medical done and the rushing around to find the place, etc.) and I came through without any issue.

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Hi all,

 

I have just lodged tonight!! yay!! Finally, it has taken us a while, as waiting for docs but finally got there. I have front loaded all my docs, just need to arrange PCC and medicals now.

I just have a few questions, as I am abit nervous as we have done this ourselves.

 

1) I have just colour scanned all my docs, uncertified...im really hoping this is ok. As I have heard this is ok??

2) When going through the medical questionnaire, it asks if you have any mental health problems...I am on citalopram for low mood/mild depression...would that constitute as a mental health problem?? I guess it would so I need to declare yes?

3) Does my husband as second applicant need to prove his english ability other than passport?

 

Hope anyone can help with these??

 

Looking forward to hearing guys when we fingers crossed get these grants!! I cant believe i am finally at this point!! So exciting but nerve wracking!!

 

Both colour scan copy or certified copy will work. I lodged on 16th Oct and uploaded some certified documents (those are available) and some colour scan copy. I hope this information helps you. Thanks.


Positive skills result received: 02/10/2014. EOI submitted: 06/10/2014. Invitation to apply: 15/10/2014. Application lodged: 16/10/2014 Medicals: 22/10/2014 CO/Grants: ??

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Thanks Bradley/maggiemay

 

As far as I am aware we have no medical issues so all going well we should hopefully have visa by the turn of the year

 

wulber78

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BSc obtained 2/9/13, IELTS 8/3/14, ANMAC Lodged 15/4/14, ANMAC POSITIVE 22/08/14, EOI lodged 22/9/14, EOI invitation to lodge 12/10/14, 189 Lodged 19/10/14, Visa grant 12/12/14, APHRA lodged .....:wacko:

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Does anyone know if christmas effects the grant timeline?

Lodged Oct 1st, flights booked Dec 30th, hoping it will come before

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Thanks ashlie, fingers crossed all will be ok.

 

Has anyone on here been for their medicals yet? Mine are booked for the 7th November. What is the process when you get there ? Do they get in touch with your GP? I assume they do...is it just blood test and then X-ray if needed and General check up?

Im getting a little anxious about the medical, I don't really know why, none of us have any major stuff going on, just little niggling things?

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Hi Nursebucko, I have a few of the same questions as you. Looking forward to responses!

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Thanks ashlie, fingers crossed all will be ok.

 

Has anyone on here been for their medicals yet? Mine are booked for the 7th November. What is the process when you get there ? Do they get in touch with your GP? I assume they do...is it just blood test and then X-ray if needed and General check up?

Im getting a little anxious about the medical, I don't really know why, none of us have any major stuff going on, just little niggling things?

 

 

We have our next Tuesday (28th) - i'll let you know.

 

I have been told by my mates who emigrated that it's all pretty straightforward. Standard stuff, BP, listen to chest, take bloods - chest Xray. Minor conditions aren't really a barrier I don't think.

 

Make it all honest if asked about any conditions or meds - I am sure that's the best way.

Edited by Captain Roberto

Moved to Sydney.

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Nothing major in the medical, we had ours few weeks back in Kent. Blood test for HIV, chest X-ray for TB, and a pretty standard once over by the doc looking for major pathology, height/weight.

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Thanks ashlie' date=' fingers crossed all will be ok.

 

Has anyone on here been for their medicals yet? Mine are booked for the 7th November. What is the process when you get there ? Do they get in touch with your GP? I assume they do...is it just blood test and then X-ray if needed and General check up?

Im getting a little anxious about the medical, I don't really know why, none of us have any major stuff going on, just little niggling things?[/quote']

 

 

Hi Nursebucko,

As mentioned, that's very straightforward and standard medical check-up. I had mine this week. Blood test for HIV, chest X-ray for TB, and a pretty standard once over by the doctor looking for major pathology, height/weight, blood pressure etc.


Positive skills result received: 02/10/2014. EOI submitted: 06/10/2014. Invitation to apply: 15/10/2014. Application lodged: 16/10/2014 Medicals: 22/10/2014 CO/Grants: ??

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Thanks guys! Looking forward to getting it all done! Sending off the police checks this week, then once the meds are done it's just waiting time! X good luck everyone! Let's hope we hear before Xmas! X

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We did our Medicals yesterday. It was a bit weird but I guess they are just doing their jobs. Like a lot of people, I am not keen on hospitals in general!


Moved to Sydney.

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We had our medicals on Monday of this week. Family of four. All straight forward and done within 90 minutes.

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