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Applying visa for someone who got chronic kidney disease

jcabjcab Posts: 10Member

Just wanted to ask if someone who also have chronic kidney disease had trouble applying for a any visa here in Australia. I have IgA Nephropathy and my kidney seem to excrete some protein in my urine. My kidney function is still very good, efgr still high and I won't be needing dialysis for a very very long time if I am able to take care of my eating habits and lifestyle.

Would this be a problem on applying a visa? Will be applying student visa once I already enrolled on RMIT.

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  • magueromaguero Adelaide
    Posts: 573Member
    Joined: Oct 24, 2016

    @jcab Are you planning to apply for PR in the future? If yes, you might want to consult a MARA agent who is experienced in cases with health issues. Renal disease is listed as one of the conditions that affect PR visa grants.

    https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-support/meeting-our-requirements/health/protecting-health-care-and-community-services

  • jcabjcab Posts: 10Member
    Joined: Sep 12, 2018

    @maguero said:
    @jcab Are you planning to apply for PR in the future? If yes, you might want to consult a MARA agent who is experienced in cases with health issues. Renal disease is listed as one of the conditions that affect PR visa grants.

    https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-support/meeting-our-requirements/health/protecting-health-care-and-community-services

    @maguero, yes if it's possible. But if I were just to apply for a student visa first. Would having this health issue be a factor? I really wanted to study on Melbourne on June.

  • magueromaguero Adelaide
    Posts: 573Member
    Joined: Oct 24, 2016

    @jcab Sorry, hindi ako familiar sa student visa since GSM visa yung naging target ko.

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