Thanks subz.I have received my 189 PR in first week of Jan. Few days back I was suffered from sever pain on my foot and toe. On diagnosis I found that my Uric acid is increased and doctor prescribe me one tablet of Febutaz 40 mg for three months.
I am planing to move Sydney by next month. So, my query is should I update DIBP for this or I will come with my medicines and prescription and directly go to doctor in Australia once my medicare card will be ready.
As this problem came after visa was granted, so is it will cause any issue?
Don’t worry about DIBP , after grant no need of any notification. Take the medicines & prescription and after 3 months you can see a local doctor there & repeat the tests , usual health check up you would normally do in India, same thing you need to do there.
Healthcare will be much better I believe . When I was in Sydney last Nov 2017, and I bought an inhaler ( salbutamol) for my wheezing problem , I could clearly feel the difference of medicine quality compared to what we get here. So don’t worry.
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Here my point is will they not enquire that this problem occur after visa grant or before visa, they wont look for any evidence for that? as this problem occur few days back after visa grant therefore it was not mentioned in my medical declaration which I had given for visa. Will it cause any issue?