Visa Application Requirements
Applicants can be eligible for this visa application when they: have a medical treatment plan or medical consultation in Australia, are going to be an organ donor, are going to be an organ recipient, are a patient under the agreements between the Western Province of Papua New Guinea and the Queensland Department of Health, or are in Australia and are over the age of 50 and have been refused a permanent visa on health grounds only.
Health and character requirements such as not having a medical condition that could be a threat to public health must be met by the applicants.
Applicants must also be able to show that they are financially capable of paying for their treatment and other expenses they may incur during their stay in Australia—including travel. In any event, the applicant comes with a company on the visa, they must also be able to prove that they can support their stay in Australia.
Applicants may be required to undergo a medical examination in order to meet the health requirements for a Medical Treatment visa application. The intended length of stay in Australia, the country of citizenship, the time the applicant has spent in other countries and the intended activities in Australia are also part of the criteria for this visa application.
Applicants may be required to provide police checks from every country that the applicant has lived in for 12 months or more as part of the character requirements that must be met. Immigration services in Sydney guarantee that applicants who submit all the required information will not encounter any issues with their application.
Additionally, any outstanding debts to the Australia government must be repaid, or the applicant prior to the visa grant should negotiate a schedule for repayment.