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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.
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.
thank you for answering, tigerlance. question po. ang ROI ba which stage ng application siya dapat ginagawa? kasi ROI daw is needed for applying to an RDA but I received my pre-invite this May lang, which is past the submission window na for ROIs. [preview] so I'm confused kung magpapasa ba ako ng application form sa RDA, but wala namang ROI. I hope anyone can shed a light on this. :)
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 yung live in partner ko po hindi ko sinama as dependent sa SV application ko as per agent advice after na po daw ma grant ang visa, Mas ok ba na mag tourist nalng siya and change status duon or iapply ko na dto? Thank you sana po may mkasagot. Pa reccommend dn po ng agent or agency n mkktulong or kaya lang DIY? Thanks u so much
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.
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> @CinnZinn said: > > @coolitz_12 said: > > Question po dun sa mga nagexam recently or kung sino may alam. Ilang questions per topic po ang lumabas for the 2 hours exam? Asking lang po para sana may idea how to manage time when answering questions during the exam. Thanks! > > You may check here sa official page ng PearsonPTE ung new test format column. > > https://www.pearsonpte.com/articles/pte-academic-just-got-better Thank you @CinnZinn mostly pala ng binawasan nila ng items are yung mga low points. Salamat ulit!
> @shangorajay said: > > @MACINOZ2023 said: > > We have finally decided to get the services of Ms. Rhea and Visa Consort. :) > > Hi mam. Can you share how much is the average pf of vusa consort? Thanks Just saw this…all depends on the case but for GSM visas, usually around PHP 113K. We have payment plans as well. Something I only do with fellow Filipinos. Let us know if we can help. Complete our web form www.visaconsort.com (click yellow bar) and one of my colleagues will be in touch shortly.
> @songhyeky0 said: > > @money_engineer said: > > Hello sa mga taga UAE! > > Umiinit na naman sa Dubai. Tagal ko nang naghihintay ng grant. > @songhyeky0 said: > > @money_engineer said: > > Hello sa mga taga UAE! > > Umiinit na naman sa Dubai. Tagal ko nang naghihintay ng grant. mga ilang weeks pa ramdam na tlaga ang init. darating din yan bro. ako waiting pa din ng invite haha
> @ga2au said: > > @ericjay said: > > Hello mga ka SG! Magtatanun lang po regarding police clearance. Im working here in SG for 11yrs.. Tanong ko lang if sa SG lng ba ko need mg request ng police clearance or need ko den mgrequest sa pinas? Thanks in advance > > Yes i think so kasi they only ask for police clearance on the last 10 years you lived in. But para sure and wala nh CO contact, kuha ka narin ng NBI. Para wala ng delay. Salamat @ga2au sa info.
> @mamertz said: > Hello, I have never been to Dubai. But I worked in Qatar for 12 years. Medyo similar lang naman kasi parehas Middle East. So palagay ko, pwede ko i-share ang opinion ko dito. > > Kung papipiliin, AUS na tayo. > > Maganda ang MidEast, kung ang habol mo lang ay kumita. Why not? Walang tax, makukuha mo ang salary mo nang buo. In addition, maganda benefits ng mga professionals sa Mid East. Kung ang habol mo lang ay kumita, at makaipon, at bumalik ng Pinas kapag matanda ka na, piliin mo ang Mid East. > > Pero kung ang habol mo ay overall quality of life, bukod sa magandang sahod, Aus na tayo. Mas relaxed ang buhay dito. Noong nasa Qatar ako, para akong alipin ng sistema. Walang balanse between work and life. Puro kayod. Pag uwi ng bahay, pagod na pagod na ako. > > Dito mas masaya at mas maluwag ang buhay at trabaho. Maganda ang tanawin, hindi puro buhangin. Madali makapasyal. Less ang stress and mas accomodating ang mga tao sa paligid. > > Hindi mainit gaya sa Mid East. Makakapamuhay ang mga anak ko nang masaya, at makakalaro sa labas. > > Kung PR ka, less expenses sa schooling din ng mga anak compared sa Mid East. > > Also, life in MidEast looks so temporary. Yun bang alam mo na anytime, maaari papauwiin ka ng Pinas. No chances of becoming a citizen. > In Aus, you can establish a permanent life here once you become a citizen. I definitely agree with this. If temporary stay and money making opportunities, Dubai is a good choice. But over all long term for a person and his family, I'd choose Au.
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.
> @chalin15 said: > Hello po. Active pa po ba tong thread na to? I just had my 2nd interview and waiting kung ano na next. Ongoing pa naman status so far. Hoping na may sumagot sa inyo 😊 Medyo di na active dito kasi I think most ng active dito before either nagstart na magwork sa Planit or nakareceive na rejection email. Baka once mag open ulit relocation job offer and madami na ulit applicants maging active ulit. If you have any questions ask ka lang for sure may babalik naman dito sa forum kagaya ko. Hehe. Good luck!
> @rbien_18 said: > > @ga2au said: > > > @rbien_18 said: > > > > @ga2au said: > > > > > @rbien_18 said: > > > > > > @ga2au said: > > > > > > > @rbien_18 said: > > > > > > > Im newbee here i just want to share my experience kc khpon lng i went to slec for the result of my culture test and tnx God its negative but my xray is still have an opacity and cavity so sbi ng dr ung mga ganon n case is need n ng treatment..but since n negative ang culture and sputum q he just advice n hnty q n lng kung ano ang ssbhin ng immigration about that..i'm so deppressed😓😓 is there anyone here n ktuld ng case q??ano po ang email s inyo ng immigration??tnx in advance po s sasagot🙂🙏 > > > > > > > > > > > > If advise ng immigration na irefer ka sa doctor dahil may TB ka, u need to do treatment. I did 6months of TB treatment then wait two months for clearance sa sputum. Naki clear namn yan. Just need time. > > > > > > > > > > Thank you for your reply..ask q lng po kung nag negative k dn b sa sputum and culture? > > > > > > > > Ung after ng treatment ko, nag positive pako sa sputum. Pero naclear ako sa medical kahit positive kasi ung tb treatment nagreresult tlaga ng positive na sputum. > > > > > > During your treatment pwede ko po ba mlamn saan po kau tumira??tns po uli pcnsya n po madmi aq tanong😊 > > > > Sa bahay lang din. Two weeks akong quarantine na nakamask. (this time im not even coughing) then after two weeks treatment normal na. Its okay just ask away. I know what ur feeling, anxiety tlaga kasi this things hindi mo namna inaasahang mangyari sayu, pero basta nagamot mo lang makikiclear ka naman ipunin mo lang lahat ng mga documents kasi need mo ipasa yan pag tapos ng treatment. May list sila ng mga docs na need ipasa para maclear ka. These are some documents na hiningi sakin ng clinic na nagmedical ng application namin. Pero mas maganda lahat ng documents medicine isave mo. > > > > Documents list: > > 1. Start and end dates of the TB treatment given. > > > > 2. Whether treatment performed under DOT or not under DOT and at which facility. > > > > 3. The names and dosages of the drugs prescribed. > > > > 4. Were there any complications with the drugs prescribed or any need to stop or delay treatment. > > > > 5. Body weight at the start of TB treatment, during treatment and on completion of treatment. > > > > 6. The laboratory reports for all sputum smears and cultures during the course of treatment and following completion of treatment (where applicable). > > > > 7. All chest X-rays images and reports during and after the course of TB treatment. > > > > 8. The initial first line DST laboratory report including the concentration of isoniazid concentration in the medium used for drug sensitivity testing. > > > > 9. The laboratory report for second line testing if applicable. > > > > 10. The laboratory report for HIV testing if available. > > 11.certificate of completion. > > Thank you very much🙂..hoping p rin aq na may magandang email n m recieve ...Godbless always😍
Hi. Would like to follow up po dito sa question. Does anyone of you know how to transfer money from PHILIPPINES to AUSTRALIA aside from western union, or bank transfer. I checked (Wise, World Remit, Remitly) but they can only send from Australia to Philippines not vice versa. Hope anyone can share on how we can send money to Australia in an inexpensive way. Thank you.
Naming Naming Conventions Australian names generally follow English naming conventions. Overseas-born Australians generally adapt their names to fit these conventions in formal documents. English naming conventions arrange names as follows: [first given name] [middle given name(s)] [FAMILY NAME]. For example, Jack Samuel ADAMS (male) or Emily Claire TAYLOR (female). One’s ‘first name’, known as a ‘personal name’ or ‘given name’, is chosen at birth as the individual’s personal identifier. It always comes before the family name. The ‘family name’, known as a ‘surname’ or ‘last name’, is inherited from one’s parents and shared with other members of the individual’s immediate family. Australian names are traditionally patrilineal, whereby children are given their father’s family name. However, this is not an enforced custom. Some parents may choose to give their children a hyphenated surname that contains the family name of both parents (e.g. Jack Samuel WILSON-ADAMS). A child born to same-sex parents can be registered with the family name of either parent or both parents. A child born to unmarried parents will be registered using the birth mother’s surname, unless both parents agree to use another surname.1 It is traditional for women to adopt their husband’s family name at marriage. However, this practice is declining. Many Australians also have a ‘middle name’, which is a secondary personal name written between the person's first name and their family name. For example, Emily Claire TAYLOR’s middle name is ‘Claire’. Middle names are optional and are rarely used in daily life. However, most Australians have one or multiple. Names Most Australian parents choose their children’s personal names based on aesthetic appeal. Many popular names have biblical roots, e.g. Joshua, Michael, Grace. More recently, it has been the trend for Australians to choose names that they find unique. These are usually names that are less traditionally common in the English-speaking west and are hence seen as more unique. Sometimes they are variations of a western name with a different spelling. The most popular first names for Australian children in 2020 were Charlotte, Olivia, Amelia, Isla, Mia (female) and Oliver, Noah, Jack, William, Leo (male).2 It is common for a child’s middle name to reflect the personal name of a close family member (such as a grandparent). The most common Australian family names have a British origin, e.g. SMITH, JONES, WILLIAMS, BROWN, WILSON. Other family names reflect the broad cultural, linguistic and geographic diversity of Australian families. For example, Jeremy SCHULTZ (German), Hannah NGUYEN (Vietnamese), Ashley MURPHY (Irish), Dylan WANG (Chinese). Australian law requires names to be registered with English letters only. Therefore, some foreign names may have various spelling in the transliteration to the Roman alphabet. Addressing Others Australians generally address one another verbally by the first name alone. In formal situations, people may use a person’s title (e.g. Mr., Mrs., Ms., Doctor, etc.) followed by their family name. Middle names are almost never used to address a person, unless quoted on formal/legal documentation. Australians often form nicknames for each other by abbreviating the name to a minimal amount of syllables (e.g. Michael becomes Mike). It is common for people to be given an ‘Australianised’ nickname that turns their name into Australian slang (e.g. Barry becomes Baz, Andy becomes Ando). These are often used within close friendships to emphasise mateship. Australians may refer to others as “mate” (usually to men) or “love” (usually to women) without knowing them very closely. https://culturalatlas.sbs.com.au/australian-culture/australian-culture-naming
Hi Guys! ano po yung employment statement or pwedeng makahingi ng sample nito? Hoping someone can share their experience and knowledge especially sa mga nakapag lodge na sa ACT. Thanks in advance! [preview]
Good day po to all and kay boss @Ren , plan ko po mag masteral of IT sa SA/Adelaide, yung asawa ko AIMS passer na po siya Med Tech, ang tanong ko po makakapag full time job po kaya siya kahit lab technician? Isa po kasi sa kinakatakot nya yan ang hindi makahanap ng trabaho to sustain. Salamat
Hello :) i’m planning to work in dost po kasi kaso ang job title ko dun project assistant IV (medical technologist) would they consider it in australia? Since research po ito? At yunh job description ko naman po is mag process ng samples for chem. Makakadagdag points po kaya ito? Kasi may 5 and half experience na ako eh kapag naging 8 yrs additonal points ulit. Thanks
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Magandang araw po sa lahat, I'll be moving to Darwin next month and am currently looking for a place to stay. Okay po sana if one br or one rm sa house sharing within CBD area. Any insight po would be highly appreciated salamat!
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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I’m asking because some Filipinos say accountants in Australia are in-demand and you usually get hired in just a month or less. But I also hear from some Australians that the job market right now is highly saturated. Please further enlighten me on this matter. About me: I’m a CPA in the Philippines with 3 years work experience — 2 years as big4 tax associate and 1 year working for Australian clients as general accountant thru an outsourcing firm. I plan to migrate to Australia in 1-2 years from now. I choose Aus since I have a sister there who’s already a citizen and can sponsor me. I plan to apply for VISA 491 or 189/190. I also plan to get a full CPA Australia certification. What are my chances of landing a job given my (limited) work experience? What role in accounting should I pursue to increase my chances of getting hired (i.e. Internal audit, external audit, general accountant, bookkeeper, etc.)?
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Hello. Pwede bang makapag car loan agad ang 491 visa holder sa Australia? May contract na ako pero wala pang pay slips. Need ko kasi ng sasakyan kasi malayo ung work ko sa titirhan ko. Di rin kasi reliable ang public transport kasi regional area. I'm looking for used car (7-12 yrs old). Thanks
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> @kramkramkram said: > If you can take risks, go for it. I wished I was able to do that when I was young but too many responsibilities. i concur with this.. kung wala ka pa naman stuff to think about like mortgages etc, then you should pursue it.. gusto ko din sana mag backpacking pero I can't now kasi dami na kelangan i consider lol
> @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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> @romar_7655Yr said: > Hello po mga kabayan ako isang drafter po dito sa Singapore nangangarap na makapunta ng Australia pero ako ano 45 years old na po ako posible pa po ba na magkaroon ako ng pagkakataon na makapunta. At kung drafter po sa anong skill po ba sya dapat ipaassess, salamat po. You can still come on a work visa but the skilled migrant visa has an age limit of 45 years old...you must be invited to apply before you turn 45. Applications for a permanent skilled visa after you turn 45 is extremely limited unless you are a high income earner applicant . You must be atleast 3 years on a work visa with a minimum income of $158,500 for each of the 3 years prior to application.