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I am planning to apply for the Australian PR. My daughter is suffering from a genetic disorder "Beta Thalassemia Major". As regular treatment, she has to undergo regular blood transfusions every 3-4 weeks in a hospital. Also she has to go for few medical tests from time to time.

Is there any issue in getting PR for Australia because of her medical condition?

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Hi All,
I am planning to apply for the Australian PR. My daughter is suffering from a genetic disorder "Beta Thalassemia Major". As regular treatment, she has to undergo regular blood transfusions every 3-4 weeks in a hospital. Also she has to go for few medical tests from time to time.

Is there any issue in getting PR for Australia because of her medical condition?
Any disease which require regular medical expenses are closely examined by the department
If the expenses are above the threshold limit of the department, then the visa may be refused

It may be worth consulting with MARA agents with a reputation for helping clients navigate the health requirement - just sharing their names, I haven't had anything to do with them:

George Lombard

Peter Bollard

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Sure, Thanks for the response. As you mentioned regarding a threshold on the medical expenses, any idea whats the threshold is around?

Meanwhile I will also start connecting with migration agenst as suggested.

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Sure, Thanks for the response. As you mentioned regarding a threshold on the medical expenses, any idea whats the threshold is around?

Meanwhile I will also start connecting with migration agenst as suggested.
DIBP denies permanent residency if the cost of treatment can be more than AUD $40,000 over the next 5 years.


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DIBP denies permanent residency if the cost of treatment can be more than AUD $40,000 over the next 5 years.


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Sure. Thanks for sharing that figure. Cheers.

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