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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.

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Congratulations on your successful visa!  Kidney transplant is what I would consider the "poster child" of health conditions that result in visa refusal due to the cost and impact on Australians who would already be waiting for a transplant.  And George Lombard is the migration agent who is most often recommended when there is a health condition to be considered in the application.  It's good that you found George and he was able to assist with your AAT appeal.

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hello

i am going through the same situation as you, my wife are applicant as skilled worker 189/190 

cloud you please tell me any hope to take partner visa and medical insurance for me (husband)

 

thanks

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1 hour ago, MoShaaban said:

hello

i am going through the same situation as you, my wife are applicant as skilled worker 189/190 

cloud you please tell me any hope to take partner visa and medical insurance for me (husband)

 

thanks

Why are you applying for a partner visa? You should be included on your wife's application as her dependent.

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i am a dependent with my wife but i will undergo medical examination also at AU ,so visa will be rejected

 

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14 hours ago, MoShaaban said:

hello

i am going through the same situation as you, my wife are applicant as skilled worker 189/190 

cloud you please tell me any hope to take partner visa and medical insurance for me (husband)

You cannot apply for a partner visa, that is the incorrect term.  Your wife is applying for a skilled visa and you are her dependent.

DannyPhu has already told you what you must do.  You and your wife must talk to George Lombard.  He is an agent who specialises in getting visas for people with medical problems. He will give you an honest opinion.

If he tells you it is possible, then your wife should hire him to handle her visa application.  He cannot guarantee you will be successful, but he is very skilled.  

If he tells you it is not possible, then it will not be possible for you to come to Australia.

 

http://austimmigration.com.au/

Edited by Marisawright

Scot by birth, emigrated 1985 | Aussie husband applied UK spouse visa Jan 2015, granted March 2015, moved to UK May 2015 | Returned to Oz June 2016

"The stranger who comes home does not make himself at home but makes home itself strange." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

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On 26/06/2018 at 22:59, Marisawright said:

You cannot apply for a partner visa, that is the incorrect term.  Your wife is applying for a skilled visa and you are her dependent.

DannyPhu has already told you what you must do.  You and your wife must talk to George Lombard.  He is an agent who specialises in getting visas for people with medical problems. He will give you an honest opinion.

If he tells you it is possible, then your wife should hire him to handle her visa application.  He cannot guarantee you will be successful, but he is very skilled.  

If he tells you it is not possible, then it will not be possible for you to come to Australia.

 

http://austimmigration.com.au/

The purpose of this post is to give hope to those who is going through the same situation as me.

To be honest I am no qualify nor I have the experience the answer your queries.

You need to talk to George Lombard. 

Also, please do yourself a favor and don't do this on your own, you best bet is with the professional. 

I made a stupid once, thought that I can do this on my own and have my wife's visa rejected. I learned the hard way, please don't make the same mistake as I did.

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