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For people who are not sponsored by an employer and who have skills in particular occupations required in Australia. Applicants satisfy the age requirement, English language skill, and work experience or a completed eligible Australian qualification.
> @hotecson said: > > @twenty1 said: > > > @hotecson said: > > > NSW kmi bro.. mejo kakastress lng kasi since aug 2 p kmi nagpapabook.. ala pa rin confirmation kung papano ba.. or kung may chance ba.. may iba kayong airline na tinitingnan? > > > > Bro, Aug 25 kami nagpa wait list. Just today, naconfirm na flight namin to Brisbane on Sep 12. > > > > I think mas okay na sa ticketing office ka mag follow up if you already have the booking reference number para mas real time update. Punta ka sa nearest office para mag inquire. Ganun kasi ginawa namin. > > Salamat bro.. kmi nakabili na ticket for Sydney this Sept 19.. sobrang pahirapan.. buti nlng nakakuha ng slot.. yung hotline kasi pag tinatawagan.. paiba2x sagot ng mga agents kaya nakakalito.. Hello po, confirmed po ba flight niyo ng Sept 19? Nagpawaitlist ako sa October flights ng PAL going to Sydney. Via ticketing office din kayo nakasecure ng ticket?
This visa allows skilled workers (who are nominated by their employer in regional Australia) to live and work in Australia permanently. Occupation must be on the relevant list of eligible skilled occupations to qualify and must have at least Competent English.
Hi. Nakita ko to sa isang group. SSMORA (Stranded Skilled Migrants of Regional Australia Visa 489/491). Parliament Petition.. :smiley: so if ever na gusto niyo sign lang din kayo.. :wink: https://www.aph.gov.au/e-petitions/petition/EN3116/sign
This category is for families of permanent residents or citizens who wish to join their familes in Australia. Various family visa categories are available, from fiances, partners, children, parents and other family members of Australian citizens.
Hello po. Lodged our 309 partner visa offshore application end of June this year, gano po kaya katagal ang processing ng 309 visa sa experience nio po? Received pa din ang status ng application natin. 😭
For lawfully operating Australian and overseas employers to employ approved skilled workers for temporary vacancies in particular occupations required in Australia. Temporary visas can offer a pathway to a permanent visa.
Hi ask ko lang po ng advise nyo. I'm currently working for an Australian company here in the Philippines for 3years and they wanted to sponsor me 482 TSS Visa Medium term stream. Mechanical Engineer po ang work which is also on PMSOL. First time ng company mag-sponsor and nag-di-DIY lang kami ng admin staff (yung admin namin sa Aus ay Pinoy din, pero andun sya thru Partners Visa so di siya masyadong sure sa case ko) My questions are: 1. Tama po ba na nag-apply kami for exemption sa LMT under ITO? Since nasa Asean country yung associated entity ng company. 2. Bali intra-corporate transfer kasi siya, need po ba ng transfer agreement or okay na yung bagong Job Offer/Employment Contrac na galing sa Aus? 3. Need na po ba pirmahan ang Employment Contract before submission ng Nomination? Nilagay kasi namin na "Upon nominee's arrival" yung start date ng employment kaya di pa pinipirmahan ang Employment Contract. 4. Kailangan ko po ba gumawa ng Stat Dec in relation to my CV? Thank you so much sa sasagot. Stay safe everyone.
> @jacqbrions said: > Hello everyone, > > Currently preparing for my 485 visa application. I did my Certificate III and will finish my Diploma this year in Early Childhood Education and Care. I plan to apply on my own kasi tingin ko naman kaya ko. Question po ko is, is there anyone here who did theirs own their own for the same course? Would love to chat with you rin po to know more details para sure na maayos yung application ko. > > Next question, I will finish my studies on December and my student visa is expiring March next year. I already finished all my assessments up to term 4 and my teacher said she could mark my Diploma completed na and issue me a certificate if I want to since I finished early. I answered her no kasi sabi ko if I finish early then I need to process my 485 earlier din. Pero now, napaisip ako, do you think it is a good idea to finish early? Or should I wait until December na lang kung kailan officially matatapos yung course ko? > > Thank you so much po! I don't know anyone doing Cert 3 in ECE so I can't comment about the application for 485. But for the second question, I'll comment lang based on my understanding about visas (I'm not a migration agent, just an international student too). I'm not sure if finishing early would affect your student visa validity (might have to confirm that with Home Affairs or something?), but the only benefit I can see is about work rights. As an international student, you have limited work rights as long as your classes are in session, but once you have completed all your requirements and you've finished the term/semester (like bakasyon na), then you don't have work restrictions. So technically if you finish earlier, then you can access the unli work hours until your current visa expires (as compared to working 20 hours/week until December). But then again, I also don't know if by now you have already completed the required length of study to qualify for 485 visa (16 calendar months minimum). If you have met the Australian study requirements as of today, then you could go ahead and apply for the 485 (you have 6 months to apply for it after getting your completion letter, not from the time of graduation ceremony). If you have not met the Australian study requirements (like if the 16 calendar month is Nov/Dec), it's best to wait it out until you meet the 16 calendar months to avoid issues about eligibility for 485. For the student visa validity, once you lodge a substantive visa (like 485), you will be granted a bridging visa, but this will only get activated once your existing visa expires and you still haven't received a decision on your new visa application. So you are still bound by the restrictions of your current visa (which carries over to bridging) until the 485 visa is granted (which I heard might take months).
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> @ramones_cmg1925 said: > > @kathc said: > > > @ramones_cmg1925 said: > > > > @marksolito said: > > > > same day din ba yung results mo? hehe > @ramones_cmg1925 said: > > > > > Hello po. Required po ang pagsuot ng faceshield habang nageexam sa Pearson Makati. Ang ginawa ko po pinasok ko yung mic sa loob sa faceshield. Another tip po, try wearing kf94 masks instead of surgical masks to be able to speak and to be understood more clearly in the speaking tasks. > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Hello, sir. Hindi eh. Haha. After 2 days pa lumabas yung results ko. Ang tagal ng 2 days pag naghihintay kang result. hahaha > > > > Hi and congrats! May I ask, sobrang ingay ba sa test center? As in rinig mo masyado yung ibang nag eexam din? > > Yes, ma'am. Kaya ang advice ko sa mga magtatake, mauna kayo dun sa venue para kayo una magexam. Atleast ikaw ang mangdidistract hindi ikaw ang madidistract. haha Ohh, akala ko sabay-sabay ang start ng exam pala. Thanks for the tip! I'm taking the exam today :)
> @monicuuute said: > > @Jacraye said: > > > @monicuuute said: > > > > @Captain_A said: > > > > > @monicuuute said: > > > > > Hi. kamusta po kayo? grabe member ako dito simula ng student visa ako. 🤣 parang nakakatuwa na ung ibang mga madalas na nakikita kong username e nagiging citizen na. Congrats sa lahat. Naglodge na din ako ng citizenship ko as in ngayon lang. Mga gano kaya ang processesing time ngayon? Salamat sa sasagot. > > > > > > > > depende sa state kung san ka.. > > > > > > Hi. Sa NSW ako. 🤦♀️🤦♀️🤦♀️ > > > > Sa North Sydney, approx. 9mos from application date to exam date (2020-2021) > > 🤦♀️🤦♀️🤦♀️North Sydney Council ako. nyak. Question ulit. Kuniare ng lodge ako citizenship ko. tpos ung passport ko maeexpire na sa May kuniareng gusto ko mgtravel okay lng b irenew ko passport ko tas mgsend nlng ako update sa citizenship application ko? Thank you Yes pwede yun. mag-send ka na lang ng updated details mo. Ganun din ginawa ko nung nag-apply ako last year.
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Assuming that you will have night shifts, best option is if you can have somebody to give care to her while you are at work, like a relative. Your daughter will be starting school with her age, and OSHC normally starts at around 6am in the morning, and ends at 6pm in the evening. If you'll be working nightshifts, you'll need someone to care for her during the night. That's tough, but you might be able to talk with your employer or supervisor and work out a fair schedule that will suit your situation.
> @JhM said: > > @Hunter_08 said: > > I think sa situation ngayon dito sa Au good ang offer nila sa inyo dahil hindi lahat nagkaka chance na ma sponsoran at mahirap na din ma invite for skilled visa. since close pa din naman yung border dito sa Au at I think hindi din kayo magragrant ng exception dahil hindi naman medical field yun work nyo so most likely baka mid next year to late next year kayo makakalipat dito given na maging smooth ang siutation ng vaccination dito. Congrats sa lahat ng may JO. Gob Bless! > > Hello, a friend of mine kasama sa mga naiwan last year due to pandemic but has JO already. Nakalipad siya this August, around June ata nagprocess. Planit filed for exemption. Yung currently remote work na rin dito sa PH, already started processing their visas, ang sabi, pag may visa na, the goal is to travel to AU as soon as possible. They assure the relocation naman so tingin ko ililipad ka talaga nila, matagal nga lang process due to pandemic. Agree! yung mga offshore application medyo matagal nga ngayon dahil nag lilimit sila ng visa na e ggrant but lahat naman din ma ggrant so ang ending pa din makakarating pa din lahat dito..
I do agree with most of the advice in this thread; the affordability of living in a specific city depends on your personal spending habits and lifestyle. Cities also have different salary ranges, depending on the occupation and job opportunities. Ang napansin ko na big difference in cost of living between Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane are the rent. Yung cost of food and transpo, depende sa location mo in the city. Since I'm an international student, I prefer to live closer to the city or university para hindi haggard tuwing papasok sa school. Naranasan ko magcommute ng more than one hour from southwest Sydney to city almost everyday for 5 weeks, only to realize it was not sustainable for me kasi nakakainip at nakakapagod (lalo na kung may mga bitbit na books at laptop). Most people would be willing to commute kasi mas mura tumira sa malayo, pero iba din kasi ang preference and priority ko. So kung lilipat kayo sa sa Sydney or Melbourne wherein mahal ang accommodation sa city, i-consider nyo nalang which type of person you are. Like willing ka bang magcommute para makatipid sa rent, or increase the budget for rent to shorten travel time? For my own room right across uni, I paid AUD 230pw, whereas in Brisbane I'm paying AUD 205pw (it's 2-3 suburbs away from uni). I paid roughly AUD 30 per month for transpo since I just walk to uni and I travel infrequently (bumabiyahe lang ako pag maggrocery or gagala). I'd say costs related to transpo depends on your routes. Kung nakatira ka sa malayo, mas mataas ang transpo cost, but if you live a few suburbs away lang from your uni/work, it should be relatively cheap (maybe AUD 3 to 4 per trip). Food and grocery expenses can be kept really low if you cook most of the time. Eating out is expensive, so you need to include that in your budget if you like trying out new places to eat (AUD 20 to 30 per meal). May slight difference ng price when eating out, but this depends on the restaurant. In Newtown (Sydney), you can find good but affordable food (like AUD 15 for pad thai, for example), but in Brisbane it's around AUD 18 to 20 for pad thai. Having stayed in Melbourne for at least 3 weeks, I feel like food in Melb was slightly cheaper than Sydney. Cost of shopping for items, palagay ko wala naman difference across the states (like if you shop at Coles, Woolies, KMart, Target, Big W). In terms of lifestyle and culture, I actually like Melbourne because of their arts-centered vibe. I planned to move there after studying in Sydney, but pandemic happened and I ended up in Brisbane. I haven't explored Brisbane much because of lockdowns, but I feel there's not much to see in the city (unlike Sydney's tourist hotspot: Opera House, Circular Quay). One big thing I noticed in Brisbane is that there are fewer asians here than Sydney or Melbourne. A friend who moved to Brisbane from Townsville said that puro caucasians daw sa Townsville, so she experience a bit of discrimination doon just because she looked different and did not grow up in that community. Townsville is apparently a small town so maraming magkakakilala. And that was in the context of a workplace. Not that I think it should be a deciding factor on where to move, but I figured it would be good for people to know that not all Australian cities are the same. If you prefer a more culturally diverse environment, definitely go to Sydney or Melbourne. Of course, the large presence of ethic communities in these cities translate to more options for dining and shopping (restaurants and asian groceries). In Sydney, there are tons of asian and Filo groceries (Ingleburn, Blacktown, Hurstville, Kogarah, Haymarket, etc.) which have a wide variety of products. Here in Brisbane, there are fewer places to shop and some products that I've bought in Sydney aren't available here. Yung nabanggit na discrimination based on where you live, I don't know if they really discriminate here based on where you live. Some people could be living in more affluent suburbs because they can afford to buy the house or they've simply inherited a house that's been in the family for generations. Eastern suburbs (Bondi, Double Bay, Vaucluse, Coogee) and Northern Beaches have higher rents kasi views ang binabayaran mo, including access to the world-class beaches. Houses are relatively bigger and newer too. Where you live depends on which kind of lifestyle you're after. Kung mahilig ka mag-surf at magswimming, living in the Eastern suburbs might make more sense for you (kahit mas mahal ang rent), pero kung homebody kayo at hindi naman kailangan nakatira malapit sa beach, living in Inner West or even Western Sydney is okay (cheaper rent).
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sorry for the super delayed update: Nov 2017 we were looking for cars, Dec 2017 we bought our secondhand car. Bad experience: We initially went to a Holden dealership, as they were selling a brand new car within our budget (we were ready to pay cash). But from the start, the sales guy was already rude. Went to Toyota and we felt like we weren't really taken seriously that time. Good experience: We found a dealership (lennock) and bought a secondhand car instead from there. We fell in love with the car after the test drive and also because the salesman was really friendly and explained things in detail to us. Almost 3 years na sya and only one had major fix needed. I think we're just lucky po that we got a really good car. :)
Hi, Im a PR holder about to migrate to AUS, I'll be living alone, no sponsor,I will be 19 on 2021, will not go to College at Aus. (typically no degree or vocational certificates) i'll most likely be working minimum wage jobs , Im worried I will find a hard time finding any jobs before I run out of money, how much should I save up?How many months of living expense should I keep? airfares? other fees?
Following up po, baka meron po ditong makapansin, mag migrate po kami soon sa ALBANY at nakakuha po ng job c misis ko sa JUNIPER Korumup at on process npo VISA nmin... Looking for House or 2 rooms to rent po. Salamat!
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Hello my fellow Kababayan! I was hoping if anyone can help me find a job here in Cairns. I am currently studying but I can work 20 hours a week during school term and full time during Christmas Holiday. I can do any kind of work. Thank you!
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> @hyuna14 said: > > @thesarahvee said: > > > @vamdcpa said: > > > Nagpaopenline ako s greenhills, originally locked to globe.. Anyone here who tried the same? Hopefully magwork siya when we land in june > > > > Hi under plan po ba phone nyo when you had it unlocked? > > > > Hi @thesarahvee > I need your help... Sa case ko, yes naka plan ako sa GLOBE. Iphone 11 pro max. Kapag pina openline ko ba siya sa greenhills, Gagana yung phone ko sa US? Since I'll be going to US this March. Hello the same problem natin eh. Meron bang ganyan sa greenhills? Pls share naman po if anong store kayo nagpa unlock and magkano :) thank u sorry for the late reply ngayon ko lang po nahanap ulit yung thread Na to😞
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> @agrande said: > > @fgs said: > > > @agrande said: > > > Hello, usually ano kaya yung mga typical questions sa interview? > > > > Casual conversation..they just need to verify your identity and could be checking if you understand english. After that, they will direct you ro the computer room or give u an ipad to do the test. > > Thank you. Ano nga po pala yung app for the test? Lahat ba ng tanong dun manggagaling? > > Marami sa app store. Just search for the word 'Citizenship' marami na lalabas. Ang ginamit ko from app store 'Australia Citizenship Test' yung name. Really helped a lot. Medyo tamad ako magbasa kaya di ako masyodo nag-rely sa 'Our Common Bond' na reading material.