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After living in Sydney for seven years, a man originally from China was told he failed Australia's visa health requirements because of the cost of his Hepatitis-B medication. The man is now risking his health to have the decision overturned. According to experts, Hepatitis-B has become a leading cause for migrants to have their visa application rejected.

By
Maani Truu, Bethan Smoleniec
Presented by
Ruchika Talwar
Published on
Wednesday, June 26, 2019 - 14:47
File size
14.32 MB
Duration
7 min 49 sec

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