Medical Examination Procedures for Australian Visa Applicants
This information is provided from the St. Luke’s Medical Center Extension Clinic, but should be similar to all other Medical options.
All Australian Visa Applicants (except for those applying for subclass 457, 856, or 857) must first lodge their visa application either through eVisa system or at the Australian Embassy in Makati before coming to St. Luke’s Medical Center Extension Clinic for their Medical Examination.
Australian Visa applicants can register online at the St Lukes Clinic: Online Registration Form
All Applicants must present the Health Examination List (from the Australian Embassy) or the Examination Referral Letter (for eVisa/eHealth applicants) at the Australian Reception Area on the day of the medical exam.
For Subclass 457, 856 and 857 visa applicants, you may still have your medical screening examination before lodgement of visa application.
- Health Examination List (sample)From the Australian Embassy, or Examination Referral Letter (sample) for E-Visa Applicants
- Valid Passport
If not available, the following identification documents may be presented:
- national ID (SSS, postal ID, voter’s ID, PRC ID, driver’s license, school ID) or
- birth certificate
- 2 PHOTOCOPIES of the passport/ national ID/ birth certificate (click here for format)
- 2 pieces recent passport-sized photos (white or blue background)
- furtherance letter, if applicable
- Regardless of current marital status, applicants who have had previous marriages that were nullified through annulment are required to present the annulment papers (court decision) before their medical report can be completed.
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