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Millielister

Infliximab

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Has anyone got any experience with immigration and infliximab

 

i am on a student visa and have got 6 months left but have just started infliximab after having a bad flare of chrons disease 

does anyone know if I go to apply for temporary or pr visas if it will affect and get declined?

 

or any advice on immigration lawyers etc to guide me in right direction please

 

i don’t want to spend too much money if I’m goon get to be turned down, 

thankyou 

 

 

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Where there kana medical complication to a visa, it is always worth running past a specialist migration agent such as George Lombard 

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3 hours ago, Millielister said:

Thanks for your advice just wanting to speak to someone if they have been accepted? Seems no one has so far from my research...

Agents like George would be far better placed to know if anyone has been accepted as they have access to far more data than just the minute number of people on this forum.

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My partner's consultant wants to start him on Infliximab, we were getting ready to apply for PR next year.

It's an extremely expensive medication and the government subsidises it at a hefty price to them.

It has the potential to cause huge problems with visa refusal so an agent is a must, as others have said.


 

Travelled to Australia Holiday and WHV. Quit job to retrain at Uni as a Podiatrist 25/09/2013.

On my journey to applying for 189 in 2016 (if they've not changed again by then lol)

If you get a chance, take it. If it changes your life, let it. Nobody said that it'd be easy, they just promised it would be worth it!

 

 

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And to add to your other question, I've spoken to a chap who was refused a PR visa for Infliximab. He had an agent who could have tried for a medical waiver, but he chose not to pursue it due to cost and uncertainty... It was, for him, an option though.


 

Travelled to Australia Holiday and WHV. Quit job to retrain at Uni as a Podiatrist 25/09/2013.

On my journey to applying for 189 in 2016 (if they've not changed again by then lol)

If you get a chance, take it. If it changes your life, let it. Nobody said that it'd be easy, they just promised it would be worth it!

 

 

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4 hours ago, GiveAGirlShoes said:

My partner's consultant wants to start him on Infliximab, we were getting ready to apply for PR next year.

It's an extremely expensive medication and the government subsidises it at a hefty price to them.

It has the potential to cause huge problems with visa refusal so an agent is a must, as others have said.
 

OMG! Will you ever get to Australia!? Just keep getting obstacles in your way from what I can tell. 😳

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OMG! Will you ever get to Australia!? Just keep getting obstacles in your way from what I can tell.
Tell me about it! At least I'll appreciate it if I ever pull it off
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Travelled to Australia Holiday and WHV. Quit job to retrain at Uni as a Podiatrist 25/09/2013.

On my journey to applying for 189 in 2016 (if they've not changed again by then lol)

If you get a chance, take it. If it changes your life, let it. Nobody said that it'd be easy, they just promised it would be worth it!

 

 

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