Immigration requirements for Australia and New Zealand - page 31
This thread is for discussion on immigration requirements for Australia and New Zealand. Questions on nurse requirements please post in the Nurse Registration forum and if necessary this thread... Read More
0Jan 3, '13 by nahchanQuote from ceridwynI haven't done any of those. If you could help me, what should I do first? I'm really lostHave you had assessment by AHPRA? Have you got you IELTS in one sitting of 7?
Have you had 1 year experience?
And speaking of experience, why is that one of my friends got into the BP without having any experience? We're both 2012 graduates. Is it just because she knows someone from Australia?
0Jan 3, '13 by Silverdragon102, RN AdminKnowing someone in Australia has no impact on APHRA and your application. I suggest you read back a few pages or more in the thread in the Nursing Registration forum for Australia, the link can also be found in the first post of this thread. Also check out APHRA website
0Jan 4, '13 by glitzdelightQuote from zyahooShe was allowed to leave the airport but she needed to sign some documents. Im not sure about the paying partWas your friend able to leave without the OEC? Is it still true that if one doesn't have an OEC, he'll have to pay the taxes at the airport?
0Jan 4, '13 by 3739Hello Folks,
I'm in Manila, just wondering where to get the cheapest Mantoux and Swine Flu immunisation here in the area? How much? Thanks!
0Jan 8, '13 by ceDrakegood day guys, i really find this site interesting and full of informations. i just wan to know if anyone of you started s/c 575 visa and work your way to be a nurse? its because personally i want to be a nurse in oz at the same time earn. I am an RN in ph with 2 years exp in ICU and ER, currently in uk under a student visa with 2 years exp as a Senior Residential Care officer. I already got 7 in all categories with my IElts exam. I just dont know where to start really. And if you ask me why not here in UK? its because i find Australia a more interesting place than this country. please help me and enlighten me.CHEERS!
0Jan 8, '13 by jemsQuote from ceDrakeapply first in AHPRA.. its like their Prc there.. visit ahpra.gov.au and comply the requirements for overseas trained nurses, agos-40 form.. goodluckgood day guys, i really find this site interesting and full of informations. i just wan to know if anyone of you started s/c 575 visa and work your way to be a nurse? its because personally i want to be a nurse in oz at the same time earn. I am an RN in ph with 2 years exp in ICU and ER, currently in uk under a student visa with 2 years exp as a Senior Residential Care officer. I already got 7 in all categories with my IElts exam. I just dont know where to start really. And if you ask me why not here in UK? its because i find Australia a more interesting place than this country. please help me and enlighten me.CHEERS!
0Jan 14, '13 by mrmiyagihi. i have tried to search this site for my questions but i haven't found a definite answer.
i'm a nurse from the philippines wanting to get a stable job on another country. i only have a year of clinical experience.
given the current situation:
a. i'm willing to migrate to new zealand or australia. i understand it's easier (in terms of requirements) to get to NZ compared to australia as a student nurse for a year while working part-time. but i've read some of the threads saying that income in new zealand is too low. i don't want to invest in something i might regret later.
b. another thing is in terms of different fields of nursing, which country has more options? i have realized that i don't like to work in a hospital but since i have a degree in nursing, i want a field somehow related to it. and as the visa restricts you somehow in the field of nursing.
please feel free to correct some of my info. thanks.
0Jan 14, '13 by ceridwyn GuideYou will not be able to register as a nurse in New Zealand as you only have one year experience and they have from the 1st of March demand 2 years experience.
AS for being a student nurse....and you do not like nursing in a hospital....what a waste of money and time as you are concerned re low pay of New Zealanders, would pay in NZ be lower than your country?
You can only work in Australia if you have a visa that allows you to work. That requires an employer that cannot find a local to do the job!! or a working holiday visa if you come from a country that has this arrangement with Australia.
There are massive cutbacks in health in all Australia. Just exactly do you want to do that you can offer an employer that a local does not have? might be yoour answer.
0Jan 15, '13 by markmarkrnHi guys! I and my few other friends are looking for our classmates for the february intake at IHNA Melbourne. If you are one, please contact us, Cheers! xx
0Jan 16, '13 by mrmiyagii see. i understand your point.
regarding the pay, it's highly unlikely that pay in new zealand would be lower compared to the philippines.
so there are massive cutbacks in australia. does new zealand have the same situation currently?
0Jan 17, '13 by zyahooI don't think New Zealand has a big demand for overseas nurses, at the moment.
8Jan 26, '13 by __minja__Coming to Australia was my dream that started when I saw pictures of the beautiful country when I was in high school. However when I graduated nursing and did some research on the path I need to take to work in Aussie, I was put aback by the huge cost I needed to have. However I was so determined to succeed in this quest that I struggle to overcome the hurdles that come along the way for me to reach my dreams for five years after university graduation. I think I have posted about it before in this site. Anyhow, like most of the forumers here, I and my partner underwent AHPRA application, bridging program and job hunting together. And believe it or not, the chances were slim but we went to the same BP provider, and ended up sponsored by one employer. The path we took was not easy but nonetheless our faith in our dreams, in each other and in the Supreme Provider was all that we had and all that we used in order for us to get where we are today. We have no relatives in this country. We are not rich people monetarily but we are rich in aspirations. We may not have been lucky enough to be born in a rich country but we are lucky of how our personal circumstances shaped us to be strong individuals, with firm conviction to succeed. Moreover, there were many people who we met here in Aussie who helped us make it through. There were those who provided us shelter, shared their meals, opened their homes and endowed us with sound advice which we always value and take heed on. Employment circumstances have certainly changed over the past few years here but there is always, always a way through. Perseverance, humility and prayer were our key. To persevere in overcoming obstacles that often come along the way; to be humble to listen to other people's advice and to observe the new culture; and finally to lift up to God every second, every decision, every challenge and every success that is part of this whole journey.
0Jan 28, '13 by ianne09Quote from marklouiemarcoHi guys! I and my few other friends are looking for our classmates for the february intake at IHNA Melbourne. If you are one, please contact us, Cheers! xx
Hi I am new here. I am about to start my visa application. I just want to ask where should I lodge 456 visa? Thank you I've read that I should contact via center first because personal appearance through the immigration needs to be scheduled first.