Fiji High Court judge Anjala Wati has been granted a three month visa to take her son to New Zealand for medical treatment.
Wati, her husband Agni Deo and 20 month old son Kartik, will leave Nadi on the 8.45am flight to Auckland tommorrow.
Doctors in Fiji diagnosed Wati's son as having a full retinal detachment which could lead to blindness if surgery is not carried out to fix it.
Wati and her family will be meeting with the specialist from Mercy Hospital in Newmarket on Tuesday.
Last week, Fiji's interim attorney general Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum accused New Zealand of interfering with the judiciary after it declined Wati's visa because she's a judge in the interim government.
But New Zealand immigration responded saying a final decision on Wati's visa had yet to be made.