Bridging Program in Australia - page 71

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Hi. I am new here. I don't know exactly where to go. I am a registered nurse here in the Philippines and I am interested in studying in Australia for a bridging course that will help me become a registered nurse there. I need... Read More


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    September 14, is next federal election and the opposition will win, because when employment is hard to get, immigration is looked at and is very popular for a political party to advocate decreasing immigration.

    Though the government party in place at the moment Labour with Julia Gillard the leader has finally recognised publicly that the 457 visa is over used at the moment, especially as many skilled jobs are not in shortage and there are many ways for people - organisations to sponsor from overseas, relatives and friends and for a payment, when therer is no shortage, as that in nursing at this time and some of these sponsors pay even less wages than locals and nobody who is sponsored would say anything....just for a chance at becoming a permanent resident.
    Last edit by ceridwyn on Feb 23, '13
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    Hi! To ihna applicants: Has anyone here tried paying the $1500 fee to ihna, received confirmationnof enrolment , and later on dedided to give the slot tO another specific person and process the refund instead? Anyone? Thanks!
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    Quote from sephine
    Hi! To ihna applicants: Has anyone here tried paying the $1500 fee to ihna, received confirmationnof enrolment , and later on dedided to give the slot tO another specific person and process the refund instead? Anyone? Thanks!
    I know someone who did that but was not able to get a refund.
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    Quote from marklouiemarco
    I know someone who did that but was not able to get a refund.
    Hi! Too bad but was he able to give the slot to a specific person? Like a friend maybe?
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    Quote from sephine
    Hi! Too bad but was he able to give the slot to a specific person? Like a friend maybe?
    Yes. That was last year.
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    Quote from marklouiemarco
    12 days?
    hi marklouiemarco,

    12 days, yes...i received my offer letter today, also 12 days after verification of documents. Maybe it's because they give 2 weeks to an applicant to secure his slot before offering the cancelled ones to others. Thank you.

    But geez, the scheduled intake is one month after my LOE expires. Which do you think is a better option? Apply to other schools or contact AHPRA? Gracias.
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    Quote from beatrix.kiddo
    hi marklouiemarco,

    12 days, yes...i received my offer letter today, also 12 days after verification of documents. Maybe it's because they give 2 weeks to an applicant to secure his slot before offering the cancelled ones to others. Thank you.

    But geez, the scheduled intake is one month after my LOE expires. Which do you think is a better option? Apply to other schools or contact AHPRA? Gracias.
    hi,

    better to do both...apply to other schools and contact ahpra..ask for an extension..if you're ahpra-vic, i don't think extension is possible..
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    Quote from beatrix.kiddo

    hi marklouiemarco,

    12 days, yes...i received my offer letter today, also 12 days after verification of documents. Maybe it's because they give 2 weeks to an applicant to secure his slot before offering the cancelled ones to others. Thank you.

    But geez, the scheduled intake is one month after my LOE expires. Which do you think is a better option? Apply to other schools or contact AHPRA? Gracias.
    Ask for extension. Contact your officer and explain the situation
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    Quote from marklouiemarco
    Ask for extension. Contact your officer and explain the situation
    Hi may i know where did you get your vaccines? And how? Did you get the shots instead of the serology test? I dont have my immunization record all i have is my hepa b record.
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    Hi! Has anyone tried the interview with William Light Institute? Any applicants?


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