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The applicant has been assessed against Public Interest Criterion (PIC) 4007 [see attached extract] for the period of a permanent stay in Australia.
The applicant does not satisfy sub-subparagraph PIC 4007(1)(c)(ii)(A) in Schedule 4 to the Migration Regulations.
The applicant is a 3 year old person with:
- Mild autism spectrum disorder.
..Form and severity of the applicant's condition: the applicant has mild cognitive impairment likely to be due to autism spectrum disorder as evidenced by developmental delay including speech, limited repertoire of interests and impairment in communication & socialisation skills. Currently he requires treatment including speech and occupational therapy, to improve communication, cognition and social skills. Provision of services to a hypothetical person with the applicant's condition: A hypothetical person in Australia with the same condition as the applicant, at the same severity, would be likely to require long term support including but not limited to: special education and commonwealth disability support services. This condition is likely to be Permanent.
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I consider that a hypothetical person with this disease or condition, at the same severity as the applicant, would be likely to require health care or community services during the period specified above.
These services would be likely to include:
Special education services Commonwealth disability services
Provision of these health care and/or community services would be likely to result in a significant cost to the Australian community in the areas of health care and/or community services.

How can I get specialist report in India 

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If you go to my website pinoyau.com and use the contact form, I shall have a look at your case.


Westly Russell Registered Migration Agent 0316072 www.pinoyau.com

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On 16/12/2021 at 23:18, Bhavesh Shah said:

The applicant has been assessed against Public Interest Criterion (PIC) 4007 [see attached extract] for the period of a permanent stay in Australia.
The applicant does not satisfy sub-subparagraph PIC 4007(1)(c)(ii)(A) in Schedule 4 to the Migration Regulations.
The applicant is a 3 year old person with:
- Mild autism spectrum disorder.
..Form and severity of the applicant's condition: the applicant has mild cognitive impairment likely to be due to autism spectrum disorder as evidenced by developmental delay including speech, limited repertoire of interests and impairment in communication & socialisation skills. Currently he requires treatment including speech and occupational therapy, to improve communication, cognition and social skills. Provision of services to a hypothetical person with the applicant's condition: A hypothetical person in Australia with the same condition as the applicant, at the same severity, would be likely to require long term support including but not limited to: special education and commonwealth disability support services. This condition is likely to be Permanent.
.
I consider that a hypothetical person with this disease or condition, at the same severity as the applicant, would be likely to require health care or community services during the period specified above.
These services would be likely to include:
Special education services Commonwealth disability services
Provision of these health care and/or community services would be likely to result in a significant cost to the Australian community in the areas of health care and/or community services.

How can I get specialist report in India 

 

Hi Bhavesh,

 

I am sorry to hear that, did the report mention the cost for the period? As the costing can be over inflated by the Commonwealth Medical Officer and I have heard some applicants who had a child with mild autism brought down their cost from the commonwealth stated $600,000 to around $60,000 with the help of specialized migration agents and medical experts make it reasonable for immigration to approve.  

 

Good luck to you.

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@Akb47 I am offshore with with no valid work Visa, my 186 is TRT.

Can I still submit s57 with the help of specialized migration agent ?

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On 16/12/2021 at 23:18, Bhavesh Shah said:

 

 

10 hours ago, Bhavesh Shah said:

@Akb47 I am offshore with with no valid work Visa, my 186 is TRT.

Can I still submit s57 with the help of specialized migration agent ?

Hi Bhavesh,

You certainly can. I would advice you talk to George Lombard ConsultancyI know that they have dealt with cases similar to this and have gotten successful outcomes. 

 

THanks and good luck!

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11 hours ago, Bhavesh Shah said:

@Akb47 I am offshore with with no valid work Visa, my 186 is TRT.

What do you mean, you have no valid work visa?


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

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Hi Bhavesh,

 

did you have any luck with your issue? Have you contacted a migration agent?

 

thanks

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