Meeting AHPRA requirements as a International Trained Nurse from the Philippines - page 280

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New thread discussing meeting APHRA requirements if trained in the Philippines. links Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency AHPRA Nursing Council of New ZealandNew Zealand Nursing Council Part 1 thread New grad... Read More


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    Quote from kharineh
    hi danzyl,
    did you find the site for ACT IRON program? I am also planning to send my application to them.
    Hi Kharineh, sorry I still don't have the website for ACT Health
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    Quote from annie_v2g
    Hi wingcharm, did you already have your personal appearance at the ahpra office?
    yep. i went there and sent all my documents
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    Quote from annie_v2g
    AHPRA posted it because some applicants handle their applications personally, so they have to indicate street address, as well as the mailing address for the sake of those who are located overseas. When i had my certificate of good standing, and have to send it direct from PRC, i used the mailing address and i did not encounter any problem.
    no problem with the mailing address but PRC said it would take a month before AHPRA receives it. Unlike if we send it to the street address by mail, it would only take 2 weeks max.
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    Quote from wingcharm

    no problem with the mailing address but PRC said it would take a month before AHPRA receives it. Unlike if we send it to the street address by mail, it would only take 2 weeks max.
    Hi wingcharm.. Mine only took 2 days.. I sent it through DHL which is located inside PRC.. Did you do the same?
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    hello.. for those who are already in their bridging program, did you guys passed through a pre-departure orientation seminar? is it really a requirement before flying?
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    Quote from annie_v2g
    Hi wingcharm.. Mine only took 2 days.. I sent it through DHL which is located inside PRC.. Did you do the same?
    Actually PRC sent it to AHPRA. We just provided the envelope and stamps. That was the instruction given to us by PRC.
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    Quote from wingcharm

    Actually PRC sent it to AHPRA. We just provided the envelope and stamps. That was the instruction given to us by PRC.
    Awwww.. 2 weeks was quiet long.
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    guys: i need your inputs about this one. I have lodged my application to aus embassy manila last feb 25, medicals done and now waiting for the visa grant. I followed them up thru email and they sent a reply:

    Dear Ms,

    This refers to your email message referring to your health examination.

    Please be informed that the results of your medical examination were
    referred to our Health Operations Centre in Australia. Once we receive
    information from them, we will inform you of any further action required or
    if a decision can be finalised. It normally takes around 3-4 weeks before
    information from HOC is received. Please note as well that we are unable to
    finalise an application without a medical clearance being issued to the
    applicant.

    Further, Should your case officer require any additional information, they
    will contact you directly as soon as possible


    - for everyone who has received their visa, were you guys also passed the same process? because it's already on my 3rd week after the medicals and still no visa ;(
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    Quote from yourprincess
    guys: i need your inputs about this one. I have lodged my application to aus embassy manila last feb 25, medicals done and now waiting for the visa grant. I followed them up thru email and they sent a reply:

    Dear Ms,

    This refers to your email message referring to your health examination.

    Please be informed that the results of your medical examination were
    referred to our Health Operations Centre in Australia. Once we receive
    information from them, we will inform you of any further action required or
    if a decision can be finalised. It normally takes around 3-4 weeks before
    information from HOC is received. Please note as well that we are unable to
    finalise an application without a medical clearance being issued to the
    applicant.

    Further, Should your case officer require any additional information, they
    will contact you directly as soon as possible

    - for everyone who has received their visa, were you guys also passed the same process? because it's already on my 3rd week after the medicals and still no visa ;(
    Hi yourprincess. Don't worry because that is the normal process. I received my visa a month after I had my medicals. Some even longer than that.
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    Quote from annie_v2g
    Hi yourprincess. Don't worry because that is the normal process. I received my visa a month after I had my medicals. Some even longer than that.
    But all of us will follow that same process right annie? But some just got their visa in 2weeks time.


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