angel_kat216 562 Views
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Immunization (previous and recent) records.. If you were a fully-immunized baby and still have your baby book that would be a good proof.. You could also run some test like for HepaB (HBsAb), mantoux test for TB and other blood test to check if you have active and enough antibodies coz if not then you might need booster shots or worse have yourself fully-immunized all over again..
Thanks for the reply miks103 Has anyone finished their BP in La Trobe? If so, how was the accommodations? Cost?
as for the vaccines, what do schools require proof of immunity? or will proof of shots/vaccines be sufficient? thanks
Okay! I'm glad I asked about the other certificates. I almost forgot about it. Thanks much!
I read from your previous post your still in the IELTS part. Have you taken the exam already or your done with it.
Are you planning to take BP in Deakin University by January next year. Never imagined they are full already this year!
I'm actually almost done with all the requirements except that when I renewed my NBI clearance, I got a "HIT". Such a hassle I know eventhough I don't have a common name. I just hope I'd be done and be able to send the requirements next week.
Newsflash - NSO documents for Australian visa applications
13 January 2010 - A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the Visa Office of the Australian Embassy Manila and the National Statistics Office (NSO) in relation to streamlining the process of requesting NSO documents for applicants of an Australian visa.
The MoU relates only to those applicants who will lodge applications at the Visa Office in Manila. It will not apply to those submitting their applications directly to a Processing Centres in Australia or to other Posts.
The new process requires visa applicants to lodge their application for NSO documents online or by calling their helpline Call Centre. Once the NSO has facilitated the request, the documents will be couriered directly to the Australian Embassy and be matched to their visa application. Detailed instructions on how to lodge an application for NSO documents can be downloaded here. See: NSO Document Application.
Visa applicants need to provide information along with their application as evidence that they have requested/ordered their documents either by providing a copy of their online confirmation or by writing their transaction reference number beside the required NSO document on the Application Document Checklist.
There would be a transitional period until 04 April 2011 after this period, the Visa Office will only accept NSO documents via this process and will not consider NSO documents submitted directly by clients in relation to their visa application lodged in Manila.
Yes i did read your previous post. Just that I didn't know you planned to apply to a CRICOS registered institution. I was originally opting for the student visa on the 1-year nursing conversion program since I got accepted by Murdoch University but since I also got my eligibility for College of Nursing in NSW then I decided to take the 8-weeks course instead.
Just for the information of all those who are new to this thread, there is a lengthy discussion on 456 vs. 676 in part 1 of this thread, it starts at https://allnurses.com/international-...0-page526.html onwards. Hope this can help the rest too (thanks to mikyong, JavRN most especially and the old forumers for the very informative discussion there)
Angel, are you getting the student visa for the Bridging Course? You aren't keen on getting the 456 or 676?
:-) lucky bloke you have.. me in NSW rural... another we are 2 filipino RNs in our nursing home now, 1 more is coming soon, family is getting bigger, but will later go smaller when we start transferring..
i reckon your uncle is not aware of the 3 month BP.. if you cant convince him, tell me, i'l show you how..
Hi I just want to clarify. The first step is the AGOS-04 form right?
angel_kat, who can be under assessment level 3 or 4?
AGOS-04 form, question no. 17 Do you commit to only practise the profession if you have appropriate professional indemnity insurance arrangements in place?
YES or NO/NA
what should i choose?
yup! I am. I registered about a week a ago I think, sorry darl for not knowing you're in Australia.
I just called the Australian embassy in Manila and they have no idea regarding the sub-category for student visa and advised me to use the visa wizard on the DIAC website, so I did and found out I was correct all along.
For those who are applying for student visa for the bridging program or the non-award course please apply for this sub-category student visa.
Non Award Sector: Temporary Visa (Subclass 575) - Assessment Level 2
Application form and checklist:
AUD550 (only as stated by the CSA from Australian embassy unless they request for additional fees)
Accepted methods of payment:
Credit cardDebit card - only in personBank cheque - made payable to the 'Department of Immigration and Citizenship'Money order - made payable to the 'Department of Immigration and Citizenship'
Length of stay:
If your course is 10 months or less: one month longer than the end date of your course.
Visa granted on or after 26 April 2008:
You will already have permission to work. You:
can work up to 20 hours per week while your course is in sessionmust not start work until you have commenced your course in Australia.
For more information:
thanks angel_kat216. i'll try that number. you're doing the bp next year pa?
hi Aking_skye! please don't be envious. i'm a nobody. anyway...
(I) documents to be certified:
diploma, TOR+RLE, board rating, and other academic qualifications
(II) original documents sent by you:
Statement(s) of Service
(III) original documents sent by PRC:
certificate of good standing (buy the express one so you will get it on the same day)
(IV) original documents sent by IDP:
test report form of your IELTS
(V) other needed documents:
medical certificate (stating you are fit to practice)
additional registration details
note: have ALL photocopied documents certified even though those stated in (I) are the only ones needed to be certified, for the sake of OCD, and also this is an advice by AHPRA when i em-mailed them. so in short have (I) and (V) certified
about the birth cert, i think you will only need this if you are an Au citizen...
advice on NBI:
cioman94: when you get an NBI, write in the application form that the purpose is for australian nursing registration glioblastoma: i got myself 2 NBIs, one for local and one for abroad. the rationale is that AHPRA asks if the applicant has a criminal record inside and outside australia
best advice: combine both! haha! now you're really an OCD! whatever! choose whichever is more convenient for u! amen! :redpinkhe
my proofs of identity:
category A: australian tourist visa
category B: phil passport; international driving permit (include also local driver's license and AAP membership card)
category C: prc cert; prc license
category D: bank certificate
i think i did something wrong with my proofs of identity. i think i wasted PhP1800 for the intl driving permit. whatever! at least my organs and body parts have one year of insurance! ahihi!
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