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I've applied for the skilled migration visa subclass 176 for Australia, I'm primary applicant and my wife is secondary, All my documents are submitted and met the criteria. Problem came when they asked for the medicals, I did't have any problemand status on website says Health requirement finalyzed, But my wife came positive withT.B, and MOC doc have asked to undergo 6 Months T.B treatment. so it will take another 8 to 10 months to grant visa if treatment is succefull.
My question is: is it possible that while my wife is undergoing treatment they can process my VISA , and after her treatment is over she can come and join me Australia.
 

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Hi,

I've applied for the skilled migration visa subclass 176 for Australia, I'm primary applicant and my wife is secondary, All my documents are submitted and met the criteria. Problem came when they asked for the medicals, I did't have any problemand status on website says Health requirement finalyzed, But my wife came positive withT.B, and MOC doc have asked to undergo 6 Months T.B treatment. so it will take another 8 to 10 months to grant visa if treatment is succefull.
My question is: is it possible that while my wife is undergoing treatment they can process my VISA , and after her treatment is over she can come and join me Australia.
no ur wife has to get cured from tb first then visa will be issued
 

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georgian98 said:
Hi,

I've applied for the skilled migration visa subclass 176 for Australia, I'm primary applicant and my wife is secondary, All my documents are submitted and met the criteria. Problem came when they asked for the medicals, I did't have any problemand status on website says Health requirement finalyzed, But my wife came positive withT.B, and MOC doc have asked to undergo 6 Months T.B treatment. so it will take another 8 to 10 months to grant visa if treatment is succefull.
My question is: is it possible that while my wife is undergoing treatment they can process my VISA , and after her treatment is over she can come and join me Australia.
If any one of the dependents/spouse has some issue, others don't get the visa. If one of your dependent does not get a PCC, for example, others won't get the visa.

Vijay.
 

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Thanks a lot Rizza and Vijay. Another doubt. This is not the end right , Do I still have a hope.
Hello georgian, like other said you have to wait till your wife is cured before you get visa.

Don't worry this is not the end, yes it is a roadblock and it will be more difficult to obtain your visa, since TB is considered pretty serious condition. But don't worry as long as you focus on your wife's treatment and she is able to recover 100% and cure her disease permanently, you will be fine.

For example there are cases where some people didn't even know they are diabetic, after controlling their disease they were able to obtain a visa.

so don't stress and all the best :)
 
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