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kimpamelakimpamela PhilippinesTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
edited February 10 in Health Care Posts: 2
Hi there!

Me (having 2 years exp and still counting - OR nurse) and my boyfriend (4 years exp and still counting - EMergency dept nurse) are planning to apply as a nurse in australia (both are hospital experience). We are currently enrolled in an IELTS review course. His brother lives as PR in Aussie. What are the steps we need to do to start our application even if were not yet taking the english exam?

Thank you in advance
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  • cuccicucci NSWTotal Reaction Points: 13Member
    Posts: 162
    Documents... documents and documents... hehe...

    seriously, start gathering your documents... educational credentials, references, contracts, payslips. Make certified true copies (colored) and scan them. Check AHPRA, Home Affairs and ANMAC websites for those documents... dami na rin list dito sa forum.

    You will be surprised sa dami ng requirements... so plan in advance...
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Jul 2016 - IELTS
    Jan 2017 - Applied to AHPRA
    April 2017 - received Letter of Referral
    Sept 2017 - finished BP
    Nov 2017 - AHPRA Registration
    Dec 2017 - Lodged 457 Visa Application (onshore) / ANMAC Assessment
    Jan 2018 - 457 Visa granted / Received positive ANMAC Assessment / Submitted EOI
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++
    kimpamela
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  • kimpamelakimpamela PhilippinesTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    Wow. Alright. Thank you very much :)
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  • kymmekymme MelbourneTotal Reaction Points: 102Member
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    may thread dun sa student visa section na ‘nurses, what you need to know’. andun sa first page lahat ng requirements
    Registered Nurse Nec

    06/15 - touchdown Oz
    07/15 - start of classes (Bachelor in Nursing)
    05/16 - passed OET (after 4 failed attempts with IELTS and PTE)
    07/16 - finished uni
    07/16 - received AHPRA Australian Registered Nurse rego
    08/16 - student visa 500 (Diploma)
    10/16 - started working as an RN

    07/09/17 - Submitted EOI for State Nom Vic with 60points

    I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me
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