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Hi Guys

I have just got the bridging visa for 189 and now preparing for medical.
I was paying $ 265 per month for the insurance while in TR, but now as I have got bridging visa, I believe I can apply for medicare. Also, I want to maintain private health cover which include basic + Dental and pregnancy. Can anyone suggest the good and best health option.

With best Regards
 

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Hi Guys

I have just got the bridging visa for 189 and now preparing for medical.
I was paying $ 265 per month for the insurance while in TR, but now as I have got bridging visa, I believe I can apply for medicare. Also, I want to maintain private health cover which include basic + Dental and pregnancy. Can anyone suggest the good and best health option.

With best Regards
CBHS is expensive but provides the best services. !!
 

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Hi Guys

I have just got the bridging visa for 189 and now preparing for medical.
I was paying $ 265 per month for the insurance while in TR, but now as I have got bridging visa, I believe I can apply for medicare. Also, I want to maintain private health cover which include basic + Dental and pregnancy. Can anyone suggest the good and best health option.

With best Regards
Hi there, this is not related to the thread topic but I just wanted to ask, when did you get your bridging visa? Did you get it as soon as you lodge your visa application? I mean is it the same day lodging visa, paid for fees and then automatically they send you bridging visa?

Thanks in advance for answering
 
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