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Hi All,

I will need help and guidance from the experts. I will be receiving ITA soon for Australia and have to go for medicals.

I am diabetic aged 37 on medicines, little concerned whether my case will be accepted or not.

Queries:

- Should I declare that I have high sugar problem.
- Will there be any additional tests if I declare that I am diabetic.
- Will there be chances of rejection.
- Will there be medical tests if my get PR in Australia as well.

Confused after going through many forums and till date need some honest advice on what should be the approach and what are the chances on getting the PR.

Thanks a lot in advance.
 

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Hi All,

I will need help and guidance from the experts. I will be receiving ITA soon for Australia and have to go for medicals.

I am diabetic aged 37 on medicines, little concerned whether my case will be accepted or not.

Queries:

- Should I declare that I have high sugar problem.
- Will there be any additional tests if I declare that I am diabetic.
- Will there be chances of rejection.
- Will there be medical tests if my get PR in Australia as well.

Confused after going through many forums and till date need some honest advice on what should be the approach and what are the chances on getting the PR.

Thanks a lot in advance.
Medical cases are best processed through MARA agents as they have access to a wide database and can give you advise based on a wide number of cases rather an individual case which the forum member would do

They are also likely to fight much better for you with DIBP , if the need arises

Maggie knows some MARA agents who specialises in medical cases

You can PM and ask her if you are interested in going down that route

Cheers
 
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