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Old 23rd September 2019, 04:31 AM
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Originally Posted by RockyRaj View Post
His condition is life long and will be falling into most likely burden to the Australian community as per migration act. However, in my personal view the act may not have a condition that a citizen or PR holder should not marry a person with medical condition which would be considered as an act of discrimination. So on that ground despite costing to the community they still have to consider and process his application. You can take the view from the specialistís name mentioned above and process the application on your own.


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The good news is now the healthcare cost threshold is $49,000 (previously $40,000) over a period of 10 years (previously lifetime hypothetical cost) - so as long as it is within that threshold you may stand a good chance.

A reputable MARA agent will be able to advise authoritatively regarding the docos required (e.g. from medical specialists).
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