The Health Requirement
Same–Sex applicants must satisfy the Health Requirement protecting the Australian community from public health risks, significant servicing costs and prejudice to access to health services.
Should the following apply to you, we urge you to reach out and contact us:
- Ongoing health condition;
- The need for specialist treatment or surgery, e.g. Cancer;
- A child’s need for school assistance;
- Receipt of a pension;
- Elderly applicants;
Same–Sex applicants must undertake a Health Examination. The Medical Officer of the Commonwealth (MOC), reviews Health Examination results assessing the health risk, servicing costs and prejudice to access to health services. Same–Sex Same–Sex applicants need to pass the Health Examination and MOC Assessment.
Should you not meet the Health Requirement, a Health Waiver may be available for you.
How we can achieve Migration Success
A Health Waiver Submission is a highly specialised and complex Migration Law requirement. We provide Specialist Health Migration advice and assistance:
1. Presenting Evidence
Collecting, collating and presenting all medico legal evidence;
2. Independent Review
Working with a Specialist Medico Legal Expert to provide an independent review of the MOC Assessment; and,
3. Written Submissions
Presenting detailed written submissions addressing Migration Law and Immigration Department Policy Guidelines;
to satisfy The Health Requirement and achieve Migration Success, Securing your Australian Future.