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New grad Filipino nurse wanting to work in Australia/New Zealand Part 2

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Hi ladydee, no news yet. it's like we are waiting forever. sometimes i'm wondering what's taking them so long.. maybe they are testing us on how far we could endure..

It's now a test of endurance.. hehehe:cheers:

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hi guys..anyone of you here with ******as case officer for visa 456?

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Hey chekaval and baesa :)You only need to pay a 1000aud enrollment fee and the 500 online course fee to secure your slot. Those are included in the 11500 tuition fee so your balance to pay before the program starts will be 10k aud. You can pay either through bank transfer or credit card online. I had a hard time paying by credit card as they had a system problem on their website so i ended up doing bank transfer :)

thanks wen! =)

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Hi everyone! :)

 

My IELTS will be expiring soon. Do I need to re-sit my IELTS before AHPRA will release my registration number after I successfully completed my bridging program?

 

Also, is IELTS a requirement in applying jobs in AUs? :)

 

I need your thoughts (or facts?)

 

Thank you very much.

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You will need an unexpired IELTS before you register. You will also need that IELTS if you get a sponsor for work. You will need it for your visa. Read back on my previous posts re Filipino nurse that did not have valid IELTS.

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Hello everyone,

Just wanna ask if anyone here has had an experience with sending the certificate of good standing from Saudi BON? a friend of mine is asking how it is actually done? thanks!

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Hi everyone! :)

 

My IELTS will be expiring soon. Do I need to re-sit my IELTS before AHPRA will release my registration number after I successfully completed my bridging program?

 

Also, is IELTS a requirement in applying jobs in AUs? :)

 

I need your thoughts (or facts?)

 

Thank you very much.

Not sure of AHPRA , though if they gave you your LOE when they were giving away Loe's without adequately assessing english,:mad: they may well ask for IELTS, as they have stated they can ask for it at anytime.(Bobby123 has first hand knowledge of this)

You will not however be able to apply for a working visa if lucky enough to find an employer as your profession requires the higher level of 7 all round here is the immigration link.

'"Where the nominated occupation requires a higher level of English (equivalent to IELTS test score of more than 5 in each of the four test components) because it forms part of that occupation’s registration, licensing or membership requirement, the visa applicant must have at least the standard of English language proficiency required for the grant of that registration, licence or membership.

This requirement affects all subclass 457 visa applications decided on or after 14 September 2009."'

Temporary Business (Long Stay) - Standard Business Sponsorship (Subclass 457)

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just passed my ielts exam last March 31.. :) still completing my documents though... hope to lodge my documents by June..fingers crossed*

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hi everyone! :)

 

my ielts will be expiring soon. do i need to re-sit my ielts before ahpra will release my registration number after i successfully completed my bridging program?

 

also, is ielts a requirement in applying jobs in aus? :)

 

i need your thoughts (or facts?)

 

thank you very much.

hi glitzdelight... i have been been assessed by ahpra and was given the loe few months before my ielts would expire. your problem will lie in finding a bp provider that will accept you with an expired ielts and you will also need it during your application for work and on your application for working visa.

in my case, i emailed ahpra re the requirement of the school to have a current ielts since during the time of registration a current ielts will be required. to quote their reply "[color=#454545]ahpra has already assessed your english language skills and found your ielts acceptable to meet the standard. we can advise that your english language has already been assessed and no further ielts scores will be required of you from ahpra."

 

[color=#454545][color=#454545]however, ahpra has no jurisdiction on what the educational provider might require of you to enter into their program, so i suggest that you re-sit your ielts just to be on the safe side. hope this helps. goodluck! [color=#454545]:)

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Not sure of AHPRA , though if they gave you your LOE when they were giving away Loe's without adequately assessing english,:mad: they may well ask for IELTS, as they have stated they can ask for it at anytime.(Bobby123 has first hand knowledge of this)

You will not however be able to apply for a working visa if lucky enough to find an employer as your profession requires the higher level of 7 all round here is the immigration link.

'"Where the nominated occupation requires a higher level of English (equivalent to IELTS test score of more than 5 in each of the four test components) because it forms part of that occupation’s registration, licensing or membership requirement, the visa applicant must have at least the standard of English language proficiency required for the grant of that registration, licence or membership.

This requirement affects all subclass 457 visa applications decided on or after 14 September 2009."'

Temporary Business (Long Stay) - Standard Business Sponsorship (Subclass 457)

Thank you again for this. You even bother to include the link. Thank you! :)

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hi glitzdelight... i have been been assessed by ahpra and was given the loe few months before my ielts would expire. your problem will lie in finding a bp provider that will accept you with an expired ielts and you will also need it during your application for work and on your application for working visa.

in my case, i emailed ahpra re the requirement of the school to have a current ielts since during the time of registration a current ielts will be required. to quote their reply "[color=#454545]ahpra has already assessed your english language skills and found your ielts acceptable to meet the standard. we can advise that your english language has already been assessed and no further ielts scores will be required of you from ahpra."

 

[color=#454545]however, ahpra has no jurisdiction on what the educational provider might require of you to enter into their program, so i suggest that you re-sit your ielts just to be on the safe side. hope this helps. goodluck! :)

thank you bannockburn. yes, i guess i have to retake it again ( i took it twice already this year but still got a 6.5 in writing) to be sure! :) thanks!

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Hi everyone! :)

 

My IELTS will be expiring soon. Do I need to re-sit my IELTS before AHPRA will release my registration number after I successfully completed my bridging program?

 

Also, is IELTS a requirement in applying jobs in AUs? :)

 

I need your thoughts (or facts?)

 

Thank you very much.

hello! just to be safe re-take your IELTS. in my case, when i sent my application to AHPRA, my IELTS was still valid. but when i received my eligibility letter, it was already expired. i applied for 3 schools that offered the bridging program and only one (ACFE) had a problem with my expired IELTS and requested that i submit an updated result. i decided to re-take the exam because i was advised by my relatives that the embassy or future employers may require a valid IELTS. good luck!

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