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child autism migration to Australia Ozzie

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Hi all pominoz followers, participants,

I started this thread in order to gather all available news, personal experience fron everyone who heard or had similar situation.

My question is that, how would it affects the chance in granting of PR visa if a child is diagnosed with autism? 

what kind of medical check need to be provided for children around 4 years old?

I have heard many case in the news that Australian border department rejected children with autism.

Any comment is appreciated and happy to see every contribution to this topic.

 

 

 

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Potentially highly significant. You would be best to talk to an agent who specialises in medical conditions with all the documentation you've got. 

Catch 22 is that generally if a kid is needy enough to be eligible for support in school then they will be ineligible for a visa - and vice versa. If you get a visa you're unlikely to get any help. Australia is reputed not to do autism very well and returnees have generally commented favorably on how much more supportive British schools have been.

 

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George Lombard is the specialist agent you should contact. 

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On 29/05/2019 at 20:02, bearbear said:

Hi all pominoz followers, participants,

I started this thread in order to gather all available news, personal experience fron everyone who heard or had similar situation.

My question is that, how would it affects the chance in granting of PR visa if a child is diagnosed with autism? 

what kind of medical check need to be provided for children around 4 years old?

I have heard many case in the news that Australian border department rejected children with autism.

Any comment is appreciated and happy to see every contribution to this topic.

 

 

 

You must talk to a reputable agent who is experienced in medical conditions, such as George Lombard already referenced.  I know people who have tried to do it themselves or with a non-specialist migration agent and they have failed and lost $$$.  There are no guarantees but an experienced agent will provide you with the best opportunity.  It's too risky not to get proper advice.


309/100 lodged 03.02.2017 - Meds/UK Police requested 10.02.17 - AFP requested 04.03.2017 - Health Clearance 05.04.17 - AFP uploaded 26.04.17 - 100 Granted 02.05.2017 - arrived Melbourne 16.06.2017 and now living our dream!!

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