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Health Assessment Relationship to client dropdown value

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Dear All,

We have been invited to lodge the application.

I clicked on the Organise health examinations, its asking me to answer a list of questions which I answered NO. Then able to take a printout for myself and my spouse.

However, when I tried doing this procedure for my daughter, its asking to enter the name of the parent where I entered my name (Father to the child)

Now there is a dropdown field --> Relationship to the client.

What does that mean? Who is Client in this case? Is CLIENT refers to me (i.e the Father) OR Is it referring to my DAUGHTER?


There is no value in the dropdown with value equal to FATHER or DAUGHTER.

The closest Dropdown options refer to

1) Father (Incl. in-law)

2)Daughter (Incl. in-law)


Now what should I select? Pls help


Warm Regards,

Aus Aspirant
 

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AUS Aspirant

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2018-11-17

MysticRiver

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Client refers to yout daughter but the question is related to the previous question (name of the guardian)

Also, there is no father in the dropdown
You have the father option selected !
 

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@MysticRiver , thanks for your clarification. I selected Father (incl. in-law) and submitted it.
However, its asking even a 10 year child to undergo medical examination and X-Ray, is it the usual case for even child to undergo medical examination including X-Ray?
 
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I am not sure, but if it does, most likely it is required. You can discuss with the medical officer at your appointed date if it has an issue.
 

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@MysticRiver , thanks for your response.
I can do the health assessment for my child. Should not be a problem.
Hope Police verification is not needed for child. Pls confirm.

Thanks once again.
 
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I believe PC is only required for 16+ children, but you should check the document list in your ImmiAccount.
 
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