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Morning friends.

I wanted to ask, if i would pass my health aassessment when applying for a 189/190 visa. I have 2 chronic conditions:

Type 2 diabetes
Asthma

Both are under very good control.

Would i be able to pass the screening, or would i get declined and be wasting my time applying for the visas?

Thanks guys

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Morning friends.

I wanted to ask, if i would pass my health aassessment when applying for a 189/190 visa. I have 2 chronic conditions:

Type 2 diabetes
Asthma

Both are under very good control.

Would i be able to pass the screening, or would i get declined and be wasting my time applying for the visas?

Thanks guys
speaking as a layman, it should not be a problem as long as you don’t have any other complications due to the diabetes

But 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
Australian Immigration Agency - George Lombard Consultancy

Peter Bollard
https://www.lewisbollardmigration.com.au/

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Morning friends.

I wanted to ask, if i would pass my health aassessment when applying for a 189/190 visa. I have 2 chronic conditions:

Type 2 diabetes
Asthma

Both are under very good control.

Would i be able to pass the screening, or would i get declined and be wasting my time applying for the visas?

Thanks guys
Both are common diseases and you should be OK.
Any conditions as severe as organ transplant/dialysis/functional disorder are red flags.

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