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I worry about everything, my husband takes it all in his stride but you know how it is when you have kids its one thing uprooting them from everything they know just don't want too much stress for them.
Good luck for tomorrow hope it goes well keep us posted
Good luck with the medicals. We've got ours with Dr Smith on 28th June and I am dreading them. I would be interested to see how you went on.
All the best
I am starting to think that too, a few beers or off on holiday/sick?
I am dying to email my agent but the thought of it really gets to me due to the reply I received last week! My agent bsically said I shouldnt be comparing myself, so that will be the response to any other email. I will leave it till Monday and if nothing by then I will call them and ask them to email my CO.
I can only think something isnt quite right, not too sure? I am getting really worried about it :(
Sorry for boring you all with my doom and gloom, feel all I do on here is moan and be negative!
We didnt hear from the Police Checks until they were returned to us, you should have them back by the 21st of June as its 10working days to process!
Dont worry about the medicals, you will be fine! I was dreading them also our Dr was great and explained everything and also told me the results of everything that she could there and then!
Thanks Claire. It's so nerve racking isn't it? I was wondering whether to ask when I am there if there are any problems. Hopefully the police checks will be back before the deadline but we're going to miss it anyway as our meds are on same day as deadline. We've told the agent and they are going to apply for an extension.
Is it true that you are asked to touch your toes at the medical? If so I've got BOB HOPE
Dont worry about the timeline, this isnt an issue as long as you confirm you have made the request for PC and CO know the high demand and the timescales involved with the medicals so they will be OK with this. Thats what my agent advised anyways.
Hahaha no they dont ask you to touch your toes, that made me giggle. You do a urine sample, they test this for diabeties and other things, they do a bllod test which is for HIV and they do a chest x-ray. Thye nurse can give you the urine results there and then, the HIV one wont be ready for up to 48 hours and the chest x-ray I asked if everything looked OK and they said yeah.
They ask if you smoke, drink, how your diet and if you excerise. Honestly nothing to worry about, if you can cope with everything else this will be a breeze and also the last thing you have to do, so enjoy it!
Claire :) x
Ha ha ha Thank God we won't have to touch our toes. I read it on another thread and believed it so I have been practising can you believe? I think I am actually going a bit mental with the whole thing. If I finally get there I'll have lost the plot altogether!
Really hope you get some news about your visa soon. Fingers crossed
Last edited by SusieOR; 15-06-2011 at 06:10 PM.
Arrived Nov 11... Living & Loving Life!!! 2 girls at Hallett Cove Child Care & Hallett Cove East School... Hubby working... and im a Midwifery Student at Flinders Uni!!!