Guest RichardB

Will being a diabetic cause problems with medical

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    Guest RichardB

    My wife and I want to join our 2 children and only grandchild, but my wife is a diabetic type 2. The 864 visa seems quicker but we cannot afford to pay the $43600 each for the second payment only to find she has failed her medical for the visa. I don't know if the 804 visa would be better so could someone please advise us what is the best way to go.

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    Your best bet would be to contact @george Lombard. He is 'the man' for medical visa issues. Good luck.

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    Guest Benoli

    i was type 2 on insulin and came over on a permanent resident visa, there was no problem whatsoever with the medical. All your partner needs to do is make sure her HBA1C blood test shows good control.......feel free to mail me if you need any more details but it shouldn't be an issue :)

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    Guest RichardB

    Thank you for that but who is @george lombard and how do I get in touch with him?

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    George Lombard is a migration agent who specialises ( among other things) in health issues and visas. Just google his name and you will find his contact details. He is in Sydney but can do everything via phone or email.

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