Visados y Embajadas: Interesante para los que aplican por una Visa por segunda vez

Hola Chicos,

Estoy en pleno proceso de presentación de papeles para la residencia y hoy, por fin, Immigration NZ me ha dado una buena noticia con respecto a los certificados sanitarios y los rayos X, me van a admitir los que hice hace 20 meses y que fueron correctos, para mi y mi familia...una pasta. Os copio el cuerpo del mensaje:

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) would like to inform you of changes that may affect the information that you are required to provide with your residence application.

Changes to immigration health screening
On 30 July 2012 changes were made to immigration health screening requirements. These changes include the ability for visa applicants to reuse medical and chest X-ray certificates where:
they were issued less than 36 months ago,
they were submitted with a previous visa application, and
the applicant was assessed as having an acceptable standard of health based on those certificates.

New medical and chest X-ray certificates
As of 30 July 2012 there are also new medical and chest X-ray certificates. These are the General Medical Certificate (INZ 1007) and the Chest X-ray Certificate (INZ 1096). If you are about to lodge your application for residence and have already completed the former Medical and Chest X-ray Certificate (INZ 1007), INZ will continue to accept this certificate until 31 December 2012. If you have not already completed the Medical and Chest X-ray Certificate (INZ 1007), it is preferable that you use the new certificates which can be found here.

If you have previously submitted the former Medical and Chest X-ray Certificate (INZ 1007), or X-ray Certificate for Temporary Entry (INZ 1096) within the last 36 months and you were assessed as having an acceptable standard of health at that time, you may reuse these certificates as evidence of meeting health requirements, unless:
your health has deteriorated since that time, or
you were advised by INZ that you would need to provide updated medical information with your next application, or
you have spent six consecutive months in any one or more countries not included in the list of countries with a low incidence of tuberculosis

Note: If you have previously only submitted an X-ray Certificate for Temporary Entry (INZ 1096), you can re-use this certificate in place of the new Chest X-ray Certificate (INZ 1096). However, you will need to provide a General Medical Certificate (INZ 1007) which is less than three months old with your application.

What you need to do
If you have already submitted your residence application you do not need to do anything.
If you have not previously provided medical and chest X-ray certificates you must provide medical and chest X-ray certificates which are no more than three months old when you submit your residence application.
If you have already provided medical and chest X-ray certificates, which are less than 36 months old and you were assessed as having an acceptable standard of health at that time, unless the rules listed above apply, you do not need to provide new medical and chest X-ray certificates when you submit your residence application*.
*If you have only previously provided an X-ray Certificate for Temporary Entry (INZ 1096) you must provide a General Medical Certificate (INZ 1007)).

You should note on your application form the reason why you have not attached medical and/or chest X-ray certificates.

Additional information to note
While previous medical and chest X-ray certificates can be reused over a 36 month period, immigration officers may still require updated medical and chest X-ray certificates which are less than three months old, if they consider this is necessary to establish whether an applicant has an acceptable standard of health.

Contact us
If you have any questions please contact the immigration officer who invited you to apply for residence, or contact us by one of the methods below.

Further information along with frequently asked questions on the medical changes can be found on the INZ website.

If you are in New Zealand, phone our contact centre on 0508 55 88 55 (or 09 914 4100 if you are in Auckland). If you are not in New Zealand, you can call our London Call Centre on 09069 100 100 (calls charged at £1 per minute) or +44 13 44 71 61 99 (overseas call rates apply).

Kind Regards,

Immigration New Zealand

Liutorable
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Bandera de Nueva Zelanda Liutorable 479 18 10555 Wellington, Wellington (Nueva Zelanda)

Uffff pues sí que es una buena noticia; lo había visto por ahí pero no de forma "oficial" como tú has puesto. A nosotros también nos va a venir bien ese ahorro, pues dentro de nada volvemos al papeleo...
Saludos y que todo siga rodando perfectamente con los de inmigración.

Pedro_y_Jesus
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Bandera de Nueva Zelanda Pedro_y_Jesus 240 16 485 Amberley, North Canterbury (Nueva Zelanda)

Qué bien, ya era hora que cambiaran esto, era un sacacuartos...

Liutorable
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Bandera de Nueva Zelanda Liutorable 479 18 10555 Wellington, Wellington (Nueva Zelanda)

Qué razón tenéis. Y aunque no mucha, "chute" de radiación.

Laro
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Bandera de Nueva Zelanda Laro 238 12 415 Christchurch, Canterbury (Nueva Zelanda)

Si que se nota...y si somos cuatro más!

1436911052
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He llegado tarde por una semana.. Envie nuestros nuevos certificados médicos el 30 de julio y no recibí este email de inmigración hasta la semana pasada. :(
Me alegro de que al menos vosotros os podáis ahorrar ese gasto. Suerte

jgaseni
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Bandera de Nueva Zelanda jgaseni 171 11 322 Auckland city, Auckland (Nueva Zelanda)

uff pues si, allí no sé lo que costará, pero nosotros llevamos pagados 600€ y yo no he hecho la radiografia porque estoy embarazada que he leído que 3 meses después del parto tengo que presentarla o me deportan...

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