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Dear All,

I would like to ask for help if someone have the same case as ours. I have applied for subclass 190 (Nominated by State) but the Immigration came back to us stating that my son did not meet the health requirement because of Autism Spectrum Disorder. We have given us 28 days to comment before they will decide the verdict.

 

I will appreciate any help from you all.

 

Best Regards,

 

Lee

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You need to speak to a specialist migration agent urgently. George Lombard is a well known expert in visas with medical complications.

The department look at what costs any health issue will cost

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The usual recommendation if you have a family member with a disability is to talk to one of the agents who specialise in such things - George Lombard and Peter Bollard are the two usually suggested.

There is a real Catch 22 with things like Autism - if a child is deemed needy enough to be eligible for any support in schools then you are likely to be rejected for a visa. If they give you a visa then the child is unlikely to get any support in school. So if your child is currently receiving substantial support in school you are not likely to succeed.

If you believe your child is/will be independent in school then you could submit a full assessment covering cognitive ability, skill level and adaptive behaviour as assessed by their current placement.

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On 05/07/2017 at 14:15, Lee Arvin said:

Thank Quoll and Verystormy. I already contacted George Lombard.

Hi there!

 

May I know how your application is? I have the same case as you but we have not yet proceeded with the medicals.

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21 hours ago, Marvz said:

Hi there!

 

May I know how your application is? I have the same case as you but we have not yet proceeded with the medicals.

Marvz, That post is nearly 12 months old  but hopefully you'll get a response


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What is the final output on your case 

Please share

we are in similar situation

 

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On 16/06/2018 at 21:58, Marvz said:

Hi there!

 

May I know how your application is? I have the same case as you but we have not yet proceeded with the medicals.

Sorry MarVs, responded late. We got rejected due to my son's condition. The letter even states that I have no merit to appeal which clearly shows strong indication of no chance getting approved. We are currently applying for Canada as they have lifted this policy of getting rejected due to child with autism.

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1 hour ago, Ali.pakistan said:

Hi please share your final outcome of PR.

I m in same scenario 

Hi Ali .We got rejected due to my son's condition. The letter even states that I have no merit to appeal which clearly shows strong indication of no chance getting approved. We are currently applying for Canada as they have lifted this policy of getting rejected due to child with autism.

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On 12/11/2018 at 12:53, Noop said:

What is the final output on your case 

Please share

we are in similar situation

 

Hi Noop. We got rejected due to my son's condition. The letter even states that I have no merit to appeal which clearly shows strong indication of no chance getting approved. We are currently applying for Canada as they have lifted this policy of getting rejected due to child with autism.

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3 hours ago, Lee Arvin said:

Hi Noop. We got rejected due to my son's condition. The letter even states that I have no merit to appeal which clearly shows strong indication of no chance getting approved. We are currently applying for Canada as they have lifted this policy of getting rejected due to child with

Are you in appeal process right now I mean your case is in AAT right now 

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3 hours ago, Lee Arvin said:

Hi Noop. We got rejected due to my son's condition. The letter even states that I have no merit to appeal which clearly shows strong indication of no chance getting approved. We are currently applying for Canada as they have lifted this policy of getting rejected due to child with autism.

I can see in the comments that you applied in 2017, are you still in Australia?

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On 17/06/2018 at 03:58, Marvz said:

Hi there!

 

May I know how your application is? I have the same case as you but we have not yet proceeded with the medicals.

Hi can you please also tell me about the progress of your application 

Thanks 

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Just tell them that your child DOESN'T actually have Autism; as is the case in 98% of over-diagnosed children!

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1 hour ago, BobHatton said:

Just tell them that your child DOESN'T actually have Autism; as is the case in 98% of over-diagnosed children!

It is already late to say that, and the letter states that no merit to appeal. By the way it is the Physician who have diagnosed my son as we would not like to let them know. This made me realized how corrupt the world is,  rejecting someone who has this condition has nothing but cold heart forged in the cave of inhuman policies. What a shame.

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5 hours ago, BobHatton said:

Just tell them that your child DOESN'T actually have Autism; as is the case in 98% of over-diagnosed children!

Lying to immigration and on a forum that immigration visit - isn't the wisest choice I would imagine.


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