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Old 20th October 2019, 06:25 AM
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Hello Guys!

I have 489 visa. Can you please tell me how much costly is the insurance in Australia if I need to cover maternity as well?

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I have 489 visa. Can you please tell me how much costly is the insurance in Australia if I need to cover maternity as well?
Approx 400 to 500 AuD a month, please check online, some policies dont cover maternity first year

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Approx 400 to 500 AuD a month, please check online, some policies dont cover maternity first year

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Can you refer some companies which offer this service?

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Approx 400 to 500 AuD a month, please check online, some policies dont cover maternity first year

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No policies will cover maternity in the first year - there is ALWAYS a 12 month waiting period for maternity cover.

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No policies will cover maternity in the first year - there is ALWAYS a 12 month waiting period for maternity cover.
Which insurance police is advice to take up in Australia and approx what would be the cost monthly with thyroid coverage


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Old 21st October 2019, 08:06 AM
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Hi, I lodge my 489 visa at 24th April, Nominated By NT( Datwin),

28 September CO Ask for Relationship Documents, Because I m newly married and my wife in overseas.

Same day I submitted all the required documents.

Do U hv any idea when I can get my visa grant.

Thank u

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Old 21st October 2019, 09:13 AM
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Wait Sukhbeer.

Hopefully you will get it in 15 days.

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The figure you are quoting here is double the amount of what you can get normally with a little search.

I know for a fact that in $210/month a couple can get themselves covered. Some policies do have option of reimbursement even for a GP visit too (60-70% of fee).
And no insurance policy will cover pregnancy in the initial 12 months.

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The figure you are quoting here is double the amount of what you can get normally with a little search.

I know for a fact that in $210/month a couple can get themselves covered. Some policies do have option of reimbursement even for a GP visit too (60-70% of fee).
And no insurance policy will cover pregnancy in the initial 12 months.

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Hello Frens,

I got my Grant today. Please keep yourself praying and you will receive anytime soon. Cant write more now..Too excited here.

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The figure you are quoting here is double the amount of what you can get normally with a little search.

I know for a fact that in $210/month a couple can get themselves covered. Some policies do have option of reimbursement even for a GP visit too (60-70% of fee).
And no insurance policy will cover pregnancy in the initial 12 months.

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Hello Frens,

I got my Grant today. Please keep yourself praying and you will receive anytime soon. Cant write more now..Too excited here.
Congratulations please share your timeline.

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