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Mrs Depp

UK Panel Doctors under review

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Hi,

 

I've done a search but can't find this anywhere so apologies if it's already been posted.

 

I've just been having a nosey at the other panel doctors on the DIAC website and it now states:

 

'The United Kingdom and Ireland medical panel are currently under review. Please ensure you check doctor details close to the date of your intended appointment as changes may have been made and previously listed clinics may no longer be available. Failure to attend a formal clinic may result in you being requested to repeat your medical examination.'

 

http://www.immi.gov.au/contacts/overseas/u/united-kingdom/panel-doctors.htm

 

I don't remember seeing this when I was booking our medicals at the end of May, does anyone know why this is or when it's likely to change? It'll be just my luck that they change it just as we are about to go for ours! :eek:

 

Cheers

 

Clare x

 

P.S i'm computer illiterate - if the link doesn't work!


Living the dream,  Sunshine Coast 

 

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Guest GeorgeD

The website said exactly the same this time last year. Not sure if it has said that for a year or if it is just because it is approaching the end of the financial year in Australia and it is a time they normally review them.

 

Call the clinic/doctor and ask them if they are going to be on next year's list...I did last year and one of them told me they were no longer doing them after 1st July, so they probably know already.

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That's good to know, i'll give them a call tomorrow.

 

Thanks

 

Clare x


Living the dream,  Sunshine Coast 

 

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From The Visa by W Russell:

 

We are going to Manila and we are going to buy

open-dated return tickets for Joy and Romeo. We are going

to live in Australia. It's up to me. Joy and Romeo are going

to have a thorough medical examination to see whether they

are likely to pass the scrutiny that will be ordered by the

embassy.

The list of embassy-approved doctors has been

reduced to very few because of corruption and worthless

certifications by very many. Carriers of tuberculosis,

hepatitis, malaria, various STDs, and God knows what else,

have been declared fit to travel far too often. Ordinary

incompetence accounts for some of the oversights, bribery

accounts for most of them.

Humanitarian compassion plays a part, sick children

and their mothers are better off in Australia than here. All

children are better off abroad, even in the hands of a raving

pervert.

Is this why the police hold their homoscopes to a

blinded eye in Pagsanjan and Ermita? The few degenerates

who are convicted face a nasty slap on the wrist and a

deportation order, so they can return home to be severely

counselled. The minimum penalty should be ten years in a

Philippine prison, followed by salvaging for those who

survive.

Perhaps I am not alone in my thoughts. There have

been a few newspaper reports of foreign tourists found dead

in bed, with the police trying unsuccessfully to locate their

youthful male companions—children little older than

Romeo. Something for the children. Well done.


Westly Russell Registered Migration Agent 0316072 www.pinoyau.com

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