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Health Issue - Hep B

kayceekaycee Davao CityPosts: 5Member
edited May 2012 in Other Migration Topic
hi everyone. I am new to this forum. I am a nurse in the Phils with hepatitis b. Does anyone here has an idea if this disease is medically inadmissable? thanks in advance, any advise will be greatly appreciated. God bless.
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  • k_mavsk_mavs Melbourne
    Posts: 712Member
    Hi! May screening po kasi ng Hepa sa medicals pa lang ng visa application. Parang sa Hepa at TB sila mahigpit dun sa Medical exams ng DIAC.

    “We can make our own plans, but the LORD gives the right answer.”

  • KTPKTP Singapore
    Posts: 243Member
    Hi, alam ko po mahigpit sila sa TB at HIV. though kasama ang hepa sa health assessment, hindi naman ata grounds un para mareject ung visa... ata lang po.... anyways, I found something that might help...

    Hepatitis
    Australian health authorities consider that the risk of newly arrived
    migrants transmitting hepatitis is low. Screening for
    hepatitis is nevertheless mandatory if you are:
    • pregnant;
    • an unaccompanied refugee minor;
    • a child for adoption; or
    • a child in the care of an Australian state or territory
    government welfare authority.
    Examining doctors or MOCs may also ask any applicant to
    undergo tests for hepatitis where they consider it necessary.

    Where you test positive for hepatitis, your application will not
    necessarily be rejected although further tests may be required.

    In most cases you will be asked to give an undertaking to report
    to the Health Undertaking Service for referral to state or
    territory health authorities on arrival in Australia.

    http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/pdf/1071i.pdf

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  • TotoyOZresidentTotoyOZresident Posts: 1,335Member, Moderator
    edited May 2012
    hi everyone. I am new to this forum. I am a nurse in the Phils with hepatitis b. Does anyone here has an idea if this disease is medically inadmissable? thanks in advance, any advise will be greatly appreciated. God bless.
    Hi when its comes to health issue it's a case to case basis. Dipende sa panel doctor at CO if you need additional blood test or other medical test to make sure your healthy or mababa ang level ng hepa b. Importante your honest sa pag fill up ng form kung may mga health issue. If you think your qualified ang skilled mo, you have budget sa fees at pasado ka naman sa IELTS at sa iba pang examination para ma recognize ang profession mo just try for it. samahan mo ng dasal at ipaubaya kay GOD ang application mo if is will of GOD. Kapag ang visa applicant ay may health issue ang CO ay magpapadala ng form 815 "Health undertaking" na kailangan pirmahan.

    http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/pdf/815.pdf

    Nakasaad dito na kailangan mo tumupad na mag report at regular magpa check up sa doctor kung sakaling dumating ka sa Australia. Pagdating mo naman dito basta PR ka libre ang regular check up at medical test sa public hospital.

    Good luck and GOD bless...


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  • mikaimikai Lexington
    Posts: 73Member
    Hi @kaycee, meron silang hbsag reactive na test. nandun din sa medical na forms tanong if reactive ba yung results mo to hepatitis. If alam mong oo, dapat ideclare mo. Depende narin yan sa CO mo f irefer ka ng specialist.

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  • kayceekaycee Davao City
    Posts: 5Member
    Thanks, thanks sa mga replies. Naggagather talaga ako ng mga opinions or yung may mga ganito na na encounter bago ko umpisahan application kasi nga hindi naman biro ang time, effort and money. Nakapag email na ako sa DIAC pero hindi daw nila ako masasagot until ma lodge na application.
    Sa ANMC naman hindi daw issue pati sa AHPRA kasi nga immigration pa rin daw ang magdedecide.
    Thank you po uli, napaka helpful ng site na ito. God bless!
  • kayceekaycee Davao City
    Posts: 5Member
    binasa ko na mabuti uli yung sa DIAC website and other links. Public threat daw ang hep b for temporary visa applicants na magwowork as a nurse. Pero wala naman clear na guideline kung permanent visa applicant na nurse. I dont understand, are they more strict with temporary visa applicants?
  • k_mavsk_mavs Melbourne
    Posts: 712Member
    @kaycee I think they are more stricter with Temporary visa applicants because they have no Medicare or health care provided by the Gov't. Unlike pag PR visa may Medicare na agad sila pag punta pa lang nila ng Oz. Kaya siguro mas strict sila when it comes to temporary residents.

    “We can make our own plans, but the LORD gives the right answer.”

  • boyinlineboyinline Mandaluyong
    Posts: 5Member
    question.. pag napadalhan na ng hu form 815, does it mean na "almost approved na ang visa"?
  • TotoyOZresidentTotoyOZresident Posts: 1,335Member, Moderator
    edited May 2012
    question.. pag napadalhan na ng hu form 815, does it mean na "almost approved na ang visa"?
    Kapag ang CO pinadalhan ka ng 815 form you have a big chance ma approve ang visa mo. sometimes yan ang last requirements ng visa applicant kapag malapit na bigyan ng visa sa mga may health issue na kailangan may regular check up. Basta remind ko lang case to case basis ang pag apply ng visa lalo na kung may health issue. Basta samahan nyo ng faith at dasal kay GOD.... goodluck & GOD bless



    Quotes:
    "Wise men learn from their mistakes, but wiser men learn from the mistakes of others."
    'Success is when you finished what you have started."

    If you’re looking for Church in Canberra ACT Australia and you want to fellowship with Christian Filipino Australian.
    Come and join us in Jesus Is Lord Church Canberra service every Sunday at 10:30AM to 12:30PM
    Where: 53 Georgina Crescent, Kaleen ACT 2617
    (Back of Kaleen Shopping Centre)
    For more information, please PM me or visit

    http://jilcanberra.org.au

    "To God be the glory"

  • boyinlineboyinline Mandaluyong
    Posts: 5Member
    question.. pag napadalhan na ng hu form 815, does it mean na "almost approved na ang visa"?
    Kapag ang CO pinadalhan ka ng 815 form you have a big chance ma approve ang visa mo. sometimes yan ang last requirements ng visa applicant kapag malapit na bigyan ng visa sa mga may health issue na kailangan may regular check up. Basta remind ko lang case to case basis ang pag apply ng visa lalo na kung may health issue. Basta samahan nyo ng faith at dasal kay GOD.... goodluck & GOD bless



    thanks! sana nga talaga maapprove na.. sobrang tagal na din kasi... pakidamay na din ako sa mga prayers nyo. :) Salamat ulit!
  • jaynivejaynive Mandaluyong
    Posts: 12Member
    hi po.possible ba na ma-approve ang visa kahit wala pang na-assign sa akin na case officer?partner visa po ang inapply ko tapos last monday nila nareceive ang form 815 na pinadala ko.tia
  • mydearmydear North Ryde
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    hi question, what if may right knee arthritis? possible bng ma refused dahil doon? many thanks!
  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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  • joe_wanderer69joe_wanderer69 Plano
    Posts: 1Member
    meron po ba dito na may hepatitis B pero na-grant ng visa?
  • prettylalaprettylala Singapore
    Posts: 8Member
    hi everyone! i'm a newbie here. anyway, my husband is processing his permanent residence visa. he's planning to include me in his application para less cost. but the problem is im hepa b carrier but inactive. ive undergone hepa profile and hbv dna tests and thank God ok result. According to my gastro, i don't need treatment. My question is nid ko ba ideclare na reactive ako? natatakot kasi ako bka madeny visa. I think if ideclare mo na no history ka ng hepa, hnd ka nila ipapatest, if declare mo na positive ka that's the time ipapatest ka nila:) please advise me guys...
  • lock_code2004lock_code2004 Perth
    Posts: 5,037Member, Moderator
    @prettylala - it is always better to say the truth sa medical exam..
    kung meron nmn na po kayong records ngaun na hindi na okay na ang results.. wala na pong problem un..

    the only thing na pwede mangyari, your medical results will go to status "Referred", for further analysis.. and it will add approximately 2-3 months sa total visa processing time..

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  • StraderStrader Philippines
    Posts: 999Member
    Makikitanong na rin ako. How about yong mga major operations like sa kidney. Since birth ung case na not functional ung right kidney so naoperahan mga late 1990's. Possible din po mareferred ang ganitong case? Kailangan ba ng medical certificate galing sa doctor na nagopera sa kanya? ^^

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  • Khaosan_RoadKhaosan_Road Melbourne
    Posts: 292Member
    @prettylala I second @lock_code2004 , kailangan nyo po ideclare yan. If you passed their health requirements, iggrant pa rin naman po kayo ng visa.

    @Strader, yep I think mare"referred" sya for further analysis. Just prepare all the med cert just in case hingin ng CO sau.

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  • Khaosan_RoadKhaosan_Road Melbourne
    Posts: 292Member
    general question po... like sa case ni @prettylala, any kind of illness po not necessarily Hepa-B, what if hindi ni-declare ng applicant then nakalusot sa medical. Pagdating dyan sa AU nakita sa hospital na may sakit sya, ivverify ba yan sa MOH kung nideclare nya while applying PR? ground ba yan para ma null yung visa at ma deport?

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  • TotoyOZresidentTotoyOZresident Posts: 1,335Member, Moderator
    edited February 2013
    hi everyone! i'm a newbie here. anyway, my husband is processing his permanent residence visa. he's planning to include me in his application para less cost. but the problem is im hepa b carrier but inactive. ive undergone hepa profile and hbv dna tests and thank God ok result. According to my gastro, i don't need treatment. My question is nid ko ba ideclare na reactive ako? natatakot kasi ako bka madeny visa. I think if ideclare mo na no history ka ng hepa, hnd ka nila ipapatest, if declare mo na positive ka that's the time ipapatest ka nila:) please advise me guys...
    I advise you to say the truth. Ganun din naman dadaan ka din sa blood test staka i handa mo ang medical records at previous blood test result copy mo. Nakalagay sa application ang mga tanung sa health mo at dapat nagsasabi ka ng totoo. Case to case basis naman ang pag apply ng visa kaya kahit may problema ka sa health hindi nangangahulugan nun ay deny kana. Kailangan dumaan ka sa tamang proseso ang panel doctor naman ang magse-certify ng medical test mo. Kung sakali na approved ang visa mo at nakarating ka dito kailangan mo pumunta ng public hospital at dun kanila bibigyan ng regular na check up at wala kang babayaran kahit isang barya dahil PR kana. Ingatan ang sarili, dagdagan ang pag inom ng tubig at eat healthy food. Goodluck

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  • TotoyOZresidentTotoyOZresident Posts: 1,335Member, Moderator
    Makikitanong na rin ako. How about yong mga major operations like sa kidney. Since birth ung case na not functional ung right kidney so naoperahan mga late 1990's. Possible din po mareferred ang ganitong case? Kailangan ba ng medical certificate galing sa doctor na nagopera sa kanya? ^^
    Kailangan mo ipunin ang mga medical records at test kung mayrun ka. Basahin maige kasi sa health form may mga tanung dun sa medical history mo. Kailangan consistent sa nakalagay samedical records mo. Kung wala kang kopya puede mong puntahan ang hospital kung saan ka inoperahan malamang may mag medical records ka dun at bibigyan ka ng kopya. Hindi naman magiging dahilan yan na ma deny ka na as i said sa iba na case to case basis yan. Goodluck.. cheers

    Quotes:
    "Wise men learn from their mistakes, but wiser men learn from the mistakes of others."
    'Success is when you finished what you have started."

    If you’re looking for Church in Canberra ACT Australia and you want to fellowship with Christian Filipino Australian.
    Come and join us in Jesus Is Lord Church Canberra service every Sunday at 10:30AM to 12:30PM
    Where: 53 Georgina Crescent, Kaleen ACT 2617
    (Back of Kaleen Shopping Centre)
    For more information, please PM me or visit

    http://jilcanberra.org.au

    "To God be the glory"

  • StraderStrader Philippines
    Posts: 999Member
    Makikitanong na rin ako. How about yong mga major operations like sa kidney. Since birth ung case na not functional ung right kidney so naoperahan mga late 1990's. Possible din po mareferred ang ganitong case? Kailangan ba ng medical certificate galing sa doctor na nagopera sa kanya? ^^
    Kailangan mo ipunin ang mga medical records at test kung mayrun ka. Basahin maige kasi sa health form may mga tanung dun sa medical history mo. Kailangan consistent sa nakalagay samedical records mo. Kung wala kang kopya puede mong puntahan ang hospital kung saan ka inoperahan malamang may mag medical records ka dun at bibigyan ka ng kopya. Hindi naman magiging dahilan yan na ma deny ka na as i said sa iba na case to case basis yan. Goodluck.. cheers
    @TotoyOZresident thanks. We kept our recent check.up records like sa mga lab tests. Mga twice or thrice a year din naman kasi pumupunta sa doctor for check.up.. conscious lang sa health kasi isa na ang kidney but the body itself is well adjusted already to 1 kidney since inborn defect ung right kidney.

    At least kung darating na kami sa time for medical meron na kaming med cert. May idea na ^^

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    Mar. 2, 2017- SS approval (ITA received)
    Mar. 31, 2017- Medical @ nationwide cebu
    Apr. 11- medical cleared (son)
    Apr. 12- Medical cleared (me and my spouse)
    Apr. 14- Visa Lodge
    Apr. 24- CO contact asking for certified copy of passport for my son and my evidence of overseas study. CO Ruth
    Same day - complied all requested docs.
    June 9, 2017- 2nd CO contact- no docs requested (automated email for the delay of visa grant)
    September 13, 2017 - VISA GRANT!!!! CO Ruth- team adelaide
    BM - November 2017
    TYL

  • prettylalaprettylala Singapore
    Posts: 8Member
    ok thank you guys
  • prettylalaprettylala Singapore
    Posts: 8Member
    follow up question: do you have same experience or a friend or person you know na ganito rin situation? naapprove ba visa nila? is DIAC openminded to these cases kasi i heard sa middle east sobrang unwelcome kming mga hepa b carrier how cruel they are:(
  • Mackoy1012Mackoy1012 Bundoora
    Posts: 18Member
    just be prepared that if you declare, be ready for the long process of Medication, test, proof na OK na, etc...
    generally even if you have have a letter from your specialist that it is "inactive", the Doctors from the Certified Clinic (for example st luke's malate) is the one na kailangan na mag certify that it is really inactive/cured. So definitely there would be a lot of test.
    Basically if you declare, you need to satisfy them of their requirements.
  • li_i_renli_i_ren North Ryde
    Posts: 434Member
    edited March 2013
    Doesnt matter if you get a visa or not. You wont get a hospital job for sure if you have hep b. when i got a job here as a nurse even if i have been living in nz prior to that meaning i had to get medicals x2 also while in nz for the visa and for my job there. i had to undergo all tests again paid by the hospital when i got to oz even if i did visa medicals too.

    I know someone who had childhood tb completely cured na kasi in her 30s already and has worked in dubai in icu also. She underwent all tests again here even if she passed her visa medicals. Her x ray showed scarring. She was not allowed to work even though she had letters from her pinas doctor, dubai doctor and the doctor who did her oz visa until she had mantoux or qt gold, ct scans paid by the hospital and reviewed by the oz doctor na scar lng talaga yun and not active tb.


    So kahit maka lusot ka sa medicals for visa. Consider what kind of employment you will get in oz. i mean why would they hire someone with a blood borne pathogen when there are thousands of british, indian and other asians with tons of experience who do not have a questionable medical background? It may sound harsh but nurses are a dime a dozen here.

    Sad but true.
  • li_i_renli_i_ren North Ryde
    Posts: 434Member
    I had to get bloods for hepa, tb, mmr/ dpt immunity, x rays..

    It is a big deal to them too not just in the middle east.
  • TotoyOZresidentTotoyOZresident Posts: 1,335Member, Moderator
    edited March 2013
    follow up question: do you have same experience or a friend or person you know na ganito rin situation? naapprove ba visa nila? is DIAC openminded to these cases kasi i heard sa middle east sobrang unwelcome kming mga hepa b carrier how cruel they are:(
    Iwasan po ang ang mag bangit ng "how cruel they are". ito po ang kanilang sistema kaya igalang po natin at sundin. Ang bawat bansa ay may kanya kanyang sistema sa pag apply ng visa at retriction sa medical test result.

    Quotes:
    "Wise men learn from their mistakes, but wiser men learn from the mistakes of others."
    'Success is when you finished what you have started."

    If you’re looking for Church in Canberra ACT Australia and you want to fellowship with Christian Filipino Australian.
    Come and join us in Jesus Is Lord Church Canberra service every Sunday at 10:30AM to 12:30PM
    Where: 53 Georgina Crescent, Kaleen ACT 2617
    (Back of Kaleen Shopping Centre)
    For more information, please PM me or visit

    http://jilcanberra.org.au

    "To God be the glory"

  • TotoyOZresidentTotoyOZresident Posts: 1,335Member, Moderator
    Doesnt matter if you get a visa or not. You wont get a hospital job for sure if you have hep b. when i got a job here as a nurse even if i have been living in nz prior to that meaning i had to get medicals x2 also while in nz for the visa and for my job there. i had to undergo all tests again paid by the hospital when i got to oz even if i did visa medicals too.

    I know someone who had childhood tb completely cured na kasi in her 30s already and has worked in dubai in icu also. She underwent all tests again here even if she passed her visa medicals. Her x ray showed scarring. She was not allowed to work even though she had letters from her pinas doctor, dubai doctor and the doctor who did her oz visa until she had mantoux or qt gold, ct scans paid by the hospital and reviewed by the oz doctor na scar lng talaga yun and not active tb.


    So kahit maka lusot ka sa medicals for visa. Consider what kind of employment you will get in oz. i mean why would they hire someone with a blood borne pathogen when there are thousands of british, indian and other asians with tons of experience who do not have a questionable medical background? It may sound harsh but nurses are a dime a dozen here.

    Sad but true.
    Agree. Pag nasa medical related ang work mas mahigpit sa medical test. Basta dipende din kung anung skills nung nagaapply ng visa kung halimbawa related sa food manufacturing or serving. Kung sa office work naman malamang wala naman magiging problema. Kaya dipende sa skill din at Dipende din sa CO Goodluck

    Quotes:
    "Wise men learn from their mistakes, but wiser men learn from the mistakes of others."
    'Success is when you finished what you have started."

    If you’re looking for Church in Canberra ACT Australia and you want to fellowship with Christian Filipino Australian.
    Come and join us in Jesus Is Lord Church Canberra service every Sunday at 10:30AM to 12:30PM
    Where: 53 Georgina Crescent, Kaleen ACT 2617
    (Back of Kaleen Shopping Centre)
    For more information, please PM me or visit

    http://jilcanberra.org.au

    "To God be the glory"

  • lock_code2004lock_code2004 Perth
    Posts: 5,037Member, Moderator
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    I know someone who had childhood tb completely cured na kasi in her 30s already and has worked in dubai in icu also. She underwent all tests again here even if she passed her visa medicals. Her x ray showed scarring. She was not allowed to work even though she had letters from her pinas doctor, dubai doctor and the doctor who did her oz visa until she had mantoux or qt gold, ct scans paid by the hospital and reviewed by the oz doctor na scar lng talaga yun and not active tb.
    @li_i_ren - so in this particular case po, after all the reviews by the OZ doctors na inactive ang tb, hindi pa rin ba sya pinag-work?

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    Jan 04, 2012 - EA application submitted | Feb 23, 2012 - EA assessment result (IE ANZSCO 233511)
    May 8, 2012 - Lodged GSM 175 online application | June 4, 2012 - CO Allocated
    June 22, 2012 - Medicals Finalized | Aug 30, 2012 - PCCs Completed (PH, UAE, USA)
    Sep 3, 2012 - Visa Granted (IED Jun 11, 2013) Thank You Lord!
    Oct 16-28, 2012 - Initial Entry Completed - Sydney
    July 28, 2013 - Final move to Perth
    Sep 9, 2013 - Started work with the same company i worked for in UAE/USA
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