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    Medical Treatment Visa

    This temporary visa is for people to travel to or remain longer in Australia for medical treatment or to support someone needing medical treatment who holds or has applied for this visa. It is also for people who are donating an organ.

    About the Visa

    With this visa you can

    • stay in Australia until the treatment plan or consultations are finished
    • be granted single entry or multiple entries to Australia depending on your situation
    • study for up to 3 months (or longer if you meet the exemption criteria)

    You can’t work in Australia under this visa, except under limited circumstances.

    How long you can stay

    This is a temporary visa. You can stay in Australia until the treatment plan or consultations are completed. We will make a decision based on your situation. We try to give you enough time for the treatment.

    Initial review and assessment.
    After review, your application is prepared and submitted to department.
    Visa Outcome
    Based on the processing timelines, an outcome is delivered by department.

    Other Information

    Eligibility Criteria

    Be in one of these situations

    • Intend to have medical treatment or consultations in Australia
    • Intend to donate an organ to someone in Australia
    • Intend to support a patient or organ donor who holds or is applying for this visa
    • Intend to receive an organ from someone who travels to Australia with you
    • Intend to come to Australia under the arrangements between the Western Province of Papua New Guinea and the Queensland Department of Health

    Be in Australia, aged 50 years or older, been refused an Australian permanent visa on health grounds only and are unfit to depart Australia

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    Raman Doegar

    MARN: 1797422

    Oceania Immigration Advisory Pvt. Ltd is a private immigration consultant organisation founded by Mr. Raman Doegar, a registered migration agent (MARN: 1797422 ) with Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA) and a Member of Migration Institute of Australia(MIA). A master in his field and passionately dedicated to it, Mr. Raman provides comprehensive and personalized services to his clients. Raman moved to Australia in 1999 as a student and completed his education from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT University) in the field of Bachelors of Applied Science-Hospitality Management. He held various senior leadership and management oles in the hotel industry especially in 5-star properties for over 15 years. Raman has over 9 years of experience in the education sector delivering education services in the field of Business and Hospitality across diverse courses ranging from diploma to bachelors level and in the range of RTOs and Universities.