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  • kookie420kookie420 SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 2Member
    Posts: 101
    @li_i_ren thanks for the info. Just to make sure I understood you correctly, for PRs holding visa 189, since we're still new, my child who will be born there will not be automatically a citizen and we're not entitled to the baby bonus because we haven't reached the residency requirement yet?

    I agree with both of you, not easy to have kid/s. Not just with the expenses but everything else gets affected. :| I'm just praying that my husband can find a good paying job there as soon as he gets there.
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  • li_i_renli_i_ren North RydeTotal Reaction Points: 23Member
    edited June 2013 Posts: 434
    @ kookie... No no no. I think u misunderstood:( i am not replying to ur comment. I am not talkng about the 189 pr visa. I am talking about STUDENT and WORK VISA holders.

    Yung first sentence... I am just saying most benefits may 1 year waiting period. Baby bonus i think most can get it right away but if u really think about it hindi sya ganun kalaki specially if u need to buy everything for baby but better than nothing. If one have a baby here and is happy may baby bonus pero hindi naman maka work for the next year or two. I'd rather not have a baby, save or be stable sa work para maka avail ng maternity leave than have a baby dahil may baby bonus na di naman kalakihan.

    If ur p.r then ur baby will become a citizen: p

    I was posting an independent story not related to ur post for student and work visa holders.

    I hope that clears it up.


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  • kookie420kookie420 SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 2Member
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    Thanks for clearing that up, @li_i_ren. thought you were generally referring to my case. mali ko din kasi di ko naman ni-state yung status ko hehe

    I agree, 5k is just small especially when you're in a big city like Sydney. I still wish my husband could find a job in Victoria.
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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 268Member, Moderator
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    Thanks for clearing that up, @li_i_ren. thought you were generally referring to my case. mali ko din kasi di ko naman ni-state yung status ko hehe

    I agree, 5k is just small especially when you're in a big city like Sydney. I still wish my husband could find a job in Victoria.
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    @kookie420 - are you a graduate from Corpus Christi?
    Primary Applicant: Wife
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  • icebreaker1928icebreaker1928 SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 40Member
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    diba tatangalin na baby bonus?
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  • kookie420kookie420 SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 2Member
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    @TasBurrfoot, nope. :)
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  • li_i_renli_i_ren North RydeTotal Reaction Points: 23Member
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    @icebreaker1928 i heard that too. Also first home buyer grant even for brand new homes.. Slowly tatangalin yan. I guess it would depend in who wins this election.
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  • icebreaker1928icebreaker1928 SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 40Member
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  • cinnamon20cinnamon20 SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 4Member
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    @icebreaker1928 i heard that too. Also first home buyer grant even for brand new homes.. Slowly tatangalin yan. I guess it would depend in who wins this election.
    Napaka interesting post nito.. Dami ko nalalaman tuloy about having a baby in AUS.

    @li_i_ren - ano itong first home buyer grant? Allowance po ba ito? Wag naman sana tanggalin

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    PTE Test: Took July 2015 failed
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  • jengratajengrata SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 7Member
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    Malaking bagay pa rin ang 5K baby bonus at 15K FHOG kahit pa planned or financially stable na ang tao. Kung ang moral support nga malaking bagay na, yung cash pa kaya? Hehehe. So nakakalungkot pa din isipin na unti-unti na nilang binabawasan yung benefits. Tumataas na ba ang unemployment rate ng AU?
    ANZSCO code 263111: Computer Network and System Engineer
    April 11, 2013 - lodge 189 visa - 75pts
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    May 6, 2013 - Medical submitted by SATA
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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 268Member, Moderator
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    Malaking bagay pa rin ang 5K baby bonus at 15K FHOG kahit pa planned or financially stable na ang tao. Kung ang moral support nga malaking bagay na, yung cash pa kaya? Hehehe. So nakakalungkot pa din isipin na unti-unti na nilang binabawasan yung benefits. Tumataas na ba ang unemployment rate ng AU?
    unemployment around 5.5% as of last report...

    Yup binabawasan nila... Okey lang din, better pa rin that Singapore diba @jengrata? Wherein there are double standards between citizens and PRs... :) Sa Australia, more or less patas ang citizen sa PR eh... :)
    Primary Applicant: Wife
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    07 Aug 2012 - IELTS (Academic Module) Speaking Part
    17 Aug 2012 - IELTS Results (L: 8.5 R: 8.5 W: 7.0 S: 7.5 OBS: 8.0)
    24 Aug 2012 - CPAA Submitted (docs mailed same day via SG EMS)
    25 Sep 2012 - Received +Skills Assessment from CPAA
    25 Sep 2012 - Lodged EOI Application with 70pts
    30 Sep 2012 - Invited by DIAC to apply for 189 Visa
    01 Oct 2012 - Submitted 189 Visa Application
    20 Oct 2012 - Medical Examinations
    23 Oct 2012 - CO Assigned; Team 7 - SA
    05 Nov 2012 - Submitted SG PCC and NBI Clearance
    06 Nov 2012 - Visa Granted (IED: 23/10/2013)
    03 Apr 2013 - Flight to MEL
    03 Jun 2013 - started work
    12 Jun 2013 - wife started work
    15 Jun 2016 - applied for citizenship
    29 Jul 2016 - citizenship examination
    20 Oct 2016 - Aussie, Aussie, Aussie Oi Oi Oi!!
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  • jengratajengrata SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 7Member
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    @TasBurrfoot True. Parang wala nga silang definite standard dito eh. Maisip-isip. Depende sa reactions ng mga citizens nila. Dati ok nung ung matandang Lee pa ung PM. Ngaun daming changes. Maybe because SG is too overcrowded now, having 65% as foreigners. Buti na lang ang laki ng Au. Kayang kayo tayong i-accommodate lahat. Hehehe
    ANZSCO code 263111: Computer Network and System Engineer
    April 11, 2013 - lodge 189 visa - 75pts
    April 19, 2013 - CO allocated, Brisbane Team33
    May 6, 2013 - Medical submitted by SATA
    May 15, 2013 - uploaded NBI, SG PCC and Form 80
    June 19, 2013 - Visa Granted. Thank you Lord!
    September 2013 - Hubby got a Job (while we are still in SG)
    October 2013 - Flight to Brisbane
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  • li_i_renli_i_ren North RydeTotal Reaction Points: 23Member
    Posts: 434
    http://www.news.com.au/money/federal-budget/federal-budget-2013-baby-bonus-will-be-axed-to-get-working-australian-parents-off-welfare/story-fn84fgcm-1226642448775

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/baby-bonus-to-be-axed-in-budget-report/story-fn59niix-1226642350546

    Also read...2k lng if first born, 1k for next kids but also it seems maraming pabor na tanggalin eto completely.
    Ok nga dba may financial help when u have a baby... But if u think of it this way. As a new migrant, If u have a baby and u dont have work, you cant look for work either kasi no one will look after baby. You lose a year's worth of income or the potential to look for work.

    Mas mabuti to have work.. Have tenure at work and avail of maternity leave and be paid while on leave than expect something like the baby bonus. Yan lng sentiments ko nyan.

    First home buyer grant ...not all states meron. Also only if brand new or newly built house. But for abolishment na din toh...
    http://blog.realestateview.com.au/2013/04/first-home-to-be-worse-off-after-july-1/

    May income test ang baby bonus...not all eligible.
    Income test for Baby Bonus
    Baby Bonus is payable if your family's estimated combined adjusted taxable income is $75,000 or less in the six months after your child is born or enters your care.

    You have up to 52 weeks from the birth of your baby or from the time your child enters your care to claim Baby Bonus and provide your income estimate. If your income is initially too high or your circumstances change, you should tell us immediately and we can reassess your claim.

    Ang issue naman ngayon if you watch the news..(current affairs sa channel 9) and read the papers... Gusto naman nila i-abolish ang 457 visa kasi daming aussies walang work kasi it goes to foreign workers. Sabi ng govt d daw yan issue pero it is the ozzie unions pushing for it to be reviewed.

    http://www.news.com.au/national-news/federal-election/visas-crackdown-82168217not-in-the-bag82178217-says-opposition/story-fnho52ip-1226666085058

    But dont know if that will happen... So like me i really want to sort my p.r na.

    I work in health... According to our social worker, slowly but surely australia is cutting down on its welfares but d lng lumalabas lahat sa news. Yung mga disability allowance, respite care, carers allowance etc.

    Malaki ang land area ng australia but d naman lahat yan habitable eh. So for those coming here..have a sense of urgency na you need to be here na kasi there will be changes and these changes may not be beneficial to migrants. Of course, australians have to look out for themselves first. If they can get people off benefits and back to work then mas ok for them.

    Pero comparing to singapore..i guess d din fair comparison. At least mas humanitarian ang australia pero mahirap i maintain ang welfare system if maraming umasa nito. Cut backs will be the norm until yung pinaka basic na lng but sustainable maiiwan.
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  • li_i_renli_i_ren North RydeTotal Reaction Points: 23Member
    edited June 2013 Posts: 434
    Like example.. Yung bata namin on tracheostomy ( paki google na lng) if they need a sort of home ventilator before sagot yan lahat ng govt pero ngayon half and half na with the parents kasi for long term use yan eh.

    Ung mga consumables nyan... Parents are advised to sterilized them at home and reuse. 10-20 yrs ago may supply pa daw sabi ng trache nurse namin but ngayon kunti na lng budget.

    One parent i know nag fund raising para maka bayad sa renta ng machines kasi she cant work..main carer sya ni baby.

    I know a parent.. She had to sell her business ( pero mayaman si madam) but for the last 17 years she has been looking after her child kasi when she gave birth nawalan ng oxygen sa brain yung bata.. Disabled. I asked if she get a break... The govt only gives her 200-400 a week that is not enough for the consumables they use like nappies.. Creams , suction catheters, feeding tubes for the peg etc.

    Nice to have babies.. Pero specially as a migrant and most likely as an employee lng in au. I believe it should be planned and dapat prepared ka. Not all pregnancy straightforward.

    Im saying this kasi there people not necessarily pinoys.. Come to au and have babies right away para citizen si baby. I mean if you just wait until you are settled..same outcome lng naman din plus mas prepared as a family.

    As a nurse mas nakikita kasi namin and we feel what cut backs can do.. Frontline kasi ang health. From doctor shortage dahil walang budget to hire one to waiting time for surgeries.

    Punta ka sa centrelink page... Ang ganda mag basa may benefits and such but people dont realize that the welfare system cuts back on other aspects of the budget. The thing is taxes natin yung most benefits but once nasa certain income bracket ka..d ka eligible for most benefits. It goes to either those in need which is ok or those who are too lazy to work na medyo marami din dito. Money dont grow on trees..not even in australia.

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  • nfrondanfronda PerthTotal Reaction Points: 29Member
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    @li_i_ren..Thanks sa info..Very helpful for me planning to have a baby..

    Pro mdyo natakot na akong mbuntis..hehehe..We're newly wed ksi, den ung husband q gus2 na mgkababy.. Pro hndi pa rin binigay samin.. But anyway, kng ibibgay samin tatanggapn ko ng buong buo, blessings ksi yan ehh.. Den my maternity leave na rin aq ksi over 2 yrs na aq sa company q and gud thing sa wrk q ay pwde mdala c baby sa ofis.. \:D/
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  • vhoythoyvhoythoy MelbourneTotal Reaction Points: 201Member, Moderator
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    Pa ot lang. If you can have a baby lalo na first baby then do it its a blessings kahit hirap pa. It took us more than 6 years ng wife ko bago kami nagkaanak and sobrang kinabahan na talaga ako. Kahit nabawasan income namin right now iba pala feeling ng may baby hehe. May mga bagay kasi na minsan mahrap planuhin. Tagal namin plinano magkababy kasi pero recent lang tlga nabigyan. Goodluck
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  • JCsantosJCsantos SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 151Member, Moderator
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    We have not experienced this one but I definitely encourage people to take a Private Medical Insurance first if you are planning to have a baby ...

    there were once a news regarding a patient gave birth assisted by another patient this was in blacktown ...

    Inde kami satisfied sa mga hospitals dito .. matagal ang response time nila
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  • kookie420kookie420 SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 2Member
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    ^ agree with you @vhoythoy. I guess, different strokes for different folks. I understand na mahirap ang magkaroon ng anak and kailangan prepared ka - financially, emotionally and physically. but sometimes, life happens, in the most unexpected way. and some people would want to be prepared for the worst, ie, having kids with health issues. for me, we just have to deal with what he have right now, because we cannot take it back anymore :)
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  • alexamaealexamae SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 1Member
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    nice topic. :)
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  • akinoakino SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 10Member
    edited June 2013 Posts: 81
    we’re just a newly-arrived migrant then( barely 2mos) when we found out that we’re having another baby..(made in australia, haha!)..I would say we’ve got a really nice experience nung nanganak c wifey last year d2 sa Canberra Hospital..they have this newly-opened Centenary Hospital for Women and Children so the facilities were really good..we’re actually the first batch to use the brand new building and facilities..We stayed there for 5 days kc underweight c baby nung pinanganak and nagka jaundice cia, so they don’t want to send us home until our baby gains weight and the jaundice subsides..for a 5-day stay, we didn’t pay any single penny (wla kami private health insurance, medicare lang)..may mga take home baby kit pa kmi..=) and nung nkauwi na kmi, the assigned midwife visited us at home few times to check if the mum and bub we’re doin ok..na-avail din nmin ung 5k baby bonus,installment ang payment fortnightly for 5mos which was really big help for us.

    cguro depende sa priorities nyo yan as a couple, career or having a baby?.. it’s up for you to decide kc sometimes what works for us might not work for you,..sa case nmin it’s one of our priority kc medyo malayo na ung age gap ng kids nmin (5yrs)…plus the fact that our biological clock is ticking, mas mahirap atang gumising sa madaling araw para magtimpla ng gatas pag nirarayuma na..hahaha!..though it’s true na mahirap talaga ang childcare d2,(my wife has to give up working) it’s still priceless to see how your family is growing..and also you will realise na malungkot d2 pag wla o isa lang anak mas masaya pa rin ung may mga nagungulit sayo na mga bulilit pag-uwi mo after a day’s hard work.... :)
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