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Hi All,

In following link, one person mentioned that his application got rejected because he submitted Medical before CO got allocated

BEupdate - Timeline Spreadsheet for Australian Visa Applications ( Case Officer- 14/May/2009)

Please advise is there any issue related to this.

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It doesn't seem possible, at some point in the application a CO would have been allocated and if the Medical was invalid the applicant would have been asked to re-do the medical. Submitting too early does not lead to rejection by itself. I'm sure there was another reason.

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Hi All,

In following link, one person mentioned that his application got rejected because he submitted Medical before CO got allocated

BEupdate - Timeline Spreadsheet for Australian Visa Applications ( Case Officer- 14/May/2009)

Please advise is there any issue related to this.

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but the diac has been rejecting visa for small errors too.. they hv so much of backlog plus new applications each day with reducing quota each yr, u never know..

but amaslam is right, there must be something else wrong.. but the aspc automated reply clearly states, no pcc and meds to be submitted without them being asked for.

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As far as I was aware, some people frontload their medicals and police checks to expedite their visa application. It's a gamble because you must be pretty sure that you can either emigrate or validate pretty soon after getting visas. I guess it would save you a month at most. So, being rejected for submitting before getting a CO doesn't seem reasonable. There must have been something else that caused the rejection.

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Just spoke to my agent, he has just one thing to say, there is no room for error, the moment they spot something not right in your appication, they r rejecting it

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Just spoke to my agent, he has just one thing to say, there is no room for error, the moment they spot something not right in your appication, they r rejecting it
As per mail recived from "[email protected]" , they save following

MEDICAL RESULTS

Please do not post your HSA onshore medical results to us. Do not open the
sealed envelope, or forward the results to the Department, unless your case
officer specifically requests you to do so.


There is nothing written for offshore visa. Also, for online application it is clearly mentioned that person has to go for medical with in 28 days of application.

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This one's easy:

When you do the Medical at some point in the mail you get an envelope containing the result. Do not open the envelope of the result if you get it. Post the sealed envelope with the result to Immi ASAP. I think for offshore the office that does the medical posts it to Immi (at some point you must put your TRN number on a form you give during the medical).

Second you can do your medical and then forward the receipt (meaning the payment receipt) to Immi which proves you've done it in time. Whether the result takes 1 week or 1 month to get to Immi then does not negatively affect your application.

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As per mail recived from "[email protected]" , they save following

MEDICAL RESULTS

Please do not post your HSA onshore medical results to us. Do not open the
sealed envelope, or forward the results to the Department, unless your case
officer specifically requests you to do so.


There is nothing written for offshore visa. Also, for online application it is clearly mentioned that person has to go for medical with in 28 days of application.

Please advise.

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I really can not comment.. let someone else give their opinion.

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