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Working and skilled visas

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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.
Wala na akong nakeep na payslips from previous employer, ano ginawa at sinumbmit nyo po for the skills assessment?

Regional Sponsored Migration

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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.
jessecVisa 190 and 491
Hi everyone! Kamusta po ang IT jobs sa ACT for people na naka 491? Makakakuha pa din ba ng work kahit most of the jobs require ng NV1 clearance?

Family and Partner Visas

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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.
mariamirenePARTNER VISA (Subclass 309 & 100)
Meron na po ba na grant dito recently? And how long did it take? Salamat

Employer Sponsored Visas

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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.
kayemeeOverseas Employment Certificate (OEC) - TSS 482 Visa Holder
> @jeralds said: > @kayemee question po, medyo desperate na po ako makaalis ng pilipinas. Na off load po ako sa flight ko last saturday night, kasi hinanapan po ako ng OEC. Honest mistake po, since wala talaga ako alam about sa OEC, and hindi ko alam na considered na pala ako na OFW. > Naka TSS 482 visa ako ngayon sa australia po(student before). Nag emergency vacation lang to visit parents na ma-edad na. > Then nung nasa airport na ako, hinanapan ako ng OEC. And ayun, hindi ako pinalusot sa immigration. > Nakaka stress sobra na rin, kasi hindi magawa ng employer na sila mismo mag process ng Verified Contract sa POLO Canberra. Then nag hihintay na rin trabaho sa australia. > > Kaya rin po ba kaya na mag SG ako or other country(with return ticket to PH), then book ako sa SG(or other country) naman ng flight ko going to australia? para sa SG na ako mag "exit" > > patulong po sana :( > maraming salamat po! One of the option po yung cross country to bypass yung OEC if you want to take a chance. Pero not sure po ako if makakalusot ka since na-offload ka recently. Baka may keep track sila ng record mo.

Study and Training Visa

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Student visas are temporary visa that allows student to study in Australia for a specific course duration. Discussion includes steps on how to apply student visa on your own.
era222Student Visa (Step by step)
- Also, has anyone done Master's in Australia in any program (whether related sa background or not) specifically to claim more points? - Would you recommend kahit anong Master's course lang, or better target na rin yung mga in-demand fields/occupations?

Visitor - Tourist Visa

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For people who intends to visit or extend their stay in Australia for holiday, sightseeing, social or recreational reasons, to visit relatives, friends or for other short-term non-work purposes.
atheleneHow to Apply Online for an Australian Tourist Visa - Step By Step Guide
> @marchbaby said: > Hello po, first time processing tourist visa po. applicant is my daughter. Nasa Required* section nia to provide previous travel history pero if no previous travel ano pong action to be taken? can i leave it blank? So your daughter has never travelled outside of the PH? Have you tried movingon to next part of the application if you try leaving it blank?

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This Forum is related to International English Language Testing System (IELTS) , PTE , OET corner! Share your tips and tricks to get a high score. Get tips from the experts to in order to get the max score (9.0) !
> @Unsullied_06 said: > > @bartowski said: > > Ngayon ko nalang pala ishare ung ginawa ko po sa review hehe hindi ako makatulog sa sobrang tuwa. > > > > > > Una po, gusto ko po muna magpa-salamat sa thread na ito. Kung hindi po dahil sa inyo, hindi po ako makakakuha ng tips sa PTE exam ko. Pangalawa po, **HUWAG PO KAYO SUSUKO!** 6 takes po ako bago ko nakuha yung score na kelangan ko. Kung hindi niyo po makuha sa una, ikalawa, ikatlo, huwag po kayo panghinaan ng loob. Makukuha niyo rin po yan! > > > > Ito naman po yung mga ginawa ko nun nagrereview po ako: > > > > **Speaking** > > ***Read Aloud*** > > Malaking tulong po sakin dito yun ApeUni. Practice lang po sa talaga sa ApeUni ang ginawa ko dito. May shadowing din kasi si ApeUni, kaya pwede din po kayo masanay kung papano po yung tamang pag-pronounce ng words and intonation. Nun una, mababa nakukuha ko kay ApeUni sa RA tapos pag pinakingan yung recording ang panget ng output. Pero may settings lang pala sa chrome browser para maging maayos un pag-record ng boses niyo. Kelangan niyo lang po piliin yung tamang input device or yung mic ng computer niyo. iCheck niyo nalang po sa youtube or i-google niyo po kung pano po iset ng tama un mic sa google chrome. After ko po ito magawa, kahit nag-stutter ako sa practice nakakakuha parin ako ng score na above 70 sa ApeUni Read Aloud. Another advice din po, kuha po kayo ng headphone na may maayos na mic. Para masanay din po kayo pagdating sa exam. Nun una po kasi, ang ginagamit ko lang ay yung mga free earphones (pag bumili kayo ng cellphone) na may mic. > > > > _Resources:_ > > - APEUni > > > > ***Repeat Sentence*** > > Dito po, nagpractice muna ako ng WFD. Halos same din kasi po. Kelangan niyo po makuha or matandaan yung sinabi ng speaker. Mas nadadalian din po ako sa WFD nun una kesa sa RS. Kaya sinanay ko po muna yung tenga ko sa WFD. Nun nasanay na ako or natatandaan ko na un sinabi ng speaker, mas nadalian na ako sumagot. Another tip po is iimprove niyo po un fluency. Napansin ko po, mas mataas ang score ng RS kapag fluent po kayo. > > > > _Resources:_ > > - APEUni > > > > > > ***Describe Image*** > > Dito po, gumamit ako ng template. Yung kay Sonny English po ang ginamit ko. Check niyo nalang po sa Youtube Channel niya yung template. May playlist po siya dun ng DI templates. Tapos po, practice lang din po sa ApeUni. > > > > _Resources:_ > > - APEUni > > - Sonny English : > > > > > > ***Retell Lecture*** > > Yung dito naman po, kay Jay ng e2language po yung ginamit ko na template and ApeUni to practice po. > > > > _Resources:_ > > - E2Language (RL): > > - ApeUni > > > > ***Answer Short Questions*** > > - ApeUni lang din po ako dito > > > > _Resources:_ > > - ApeUni > > > > > > **Writing** > > ***Summarize Written Text*** > > - Ang ginamit ko po dito ay yung "Albeit...; but,.....; furthermore, ..... Pero sinunod ko yung advice ni sir @Unsullied_06 na 35-38 words dapat. Kasabay po niyan is practice din sa ApeUni > > > > _Resources:_ > > - ApeUni > > > > ***Essay*** > > - May template po ako ginamit dito. Yung kay sir @steven po na template ang ginamit ko dito and practice din sa ApeUni > > > > _Resources:_ > > - Sir @steven 's template: > > - ApeUni > > > > **Reading** > > ***Reading and Writing Fill in the Blanks*** > > - Dito po kay Jay ule ako natuto. Ang sabi niya, kelangan po iimprove un grammar, vocab and collocations. Actually, ang hirap po ng collocations kasi sobrang dami. Ang ginawa ko po dito ay naghanap po ako ng video na may collocations tapos ginawa kong background music habang nasa trabaho, pag-nagdridrive, etc. Malaking tulong din kasi kahit papano, may matatandaan ka na ilang pairs ng words na nalabas sa exam. Bukod po dito is practice din sa ApeUni. > > > > _Resources:_ > > - ApeUni > > - e2Language: > > > > - PTE Collocations: > > > > > > ***Multiple Choice (Single/Multiple)*** > > - Practice lang po sa ApeUni ang ginawa ko dito. > > > > _Resources:_ > > - ApeUni > > > > ***Reading Fill in the Blanks*** > > - Dito naman po, yung kay Sonny English na lecture un pinanood ko then practice ule sa ApeUni. > > > > _Resources:_ > > - ApeUni > > - Sonny English (RFIB): > > > > > > ***Reorder Paragraph*** > > - Dito naman po ang ginawa ko dito ay pinanood ko un lecture ni Jay sa e2language sa youtube and more on reading practice(articles, books, news, etc). Dito po kasi ako nahirapan talaga. Hindi ko makuha un flow ng information nun una. Kaya ang ginawa ko po ay nagbasa ako ng nagbasa. Bumili ako ng libro(fictional and non-fictional), nagbabasa din ako sa ng mga articles. Hangang sa nasanay po ako. Sinamahan ko rin ng practice sa ApeUni. > > > > _Resources:_ > > - ApeUni > > - > > - e2language: > > > > > > > > **Listening** > > **Summarize Spoken Text** > > - Again, kay Jay ng e2language po ung sinunod ko dito plus practice sa ApeUni > > > > _Resources:_ > > - ApeUni > > - e2language: > > > > > > ***Write from Dictation*** > > - Dito po, sinanay ko po un tenga ko sa kakapakinig ng news and then tinatry ko alalahanin un sinabi ng reporter. Ang pinapakingan ko po madalas dito ay ung ABC News Australia sa Youtube. Dun po ako nasanay makinig and maintindihan yung sinasabi nun speaker. Kasabay din po nito un practice sa ApeUni. > > > > _Resources:_ > > - ApeUni > > - Any News(English) on Youtube > > > > ***The Rest of Listening*** > > - Puro practice lang po talaga ako dito sa ApeUni. Wala na po ako pinanood na videos or lectures dito. Puro practice lang po. > > > > _Resources:_ > > - ApeUni > > > > > > Again, maraming salamat po ule sa inyo kasi ang laki po ng naitulong ng thread na ito sakin. Sa mga mag-tatake po ng exam, huwag po kayo kabahan kasi alam ko po kaya niyo po yan. Wag niyo rin po kalimutan mag-dasal. Malaking tulong po talaga ang dasal, > > > > Huwag din po kayo manghinayang sa pag-gastos ng subscription fee sa ApeUni or ibang review/practice resources. Sobrang laki bagay po talaga kapag nakakapag-practice kayo sa mga sites na iyan. > > > > Maraming Salamat po! > > Wow congrats po Sir! Sana mainvite na tayo lahat this coming FY. Maraming salamat sa tulong mo po sir @Unsullied_06

Migration Agent

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This forum is catered for topics regarding migration agents, tips in engaging, reviews and experiences of the members. Please do share your views.
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pls help po sana, legit ba ang Australia Express. nakita ko sa FB for migration advise po before i proceed further

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Other migration topics that doesn't fall to above. Topics specifics to other visas, Citizenship or other special visas can be discussed here.
gianni999_cruzSchool Transfer From PH to AU
Hi Everyone, I'm new in this forum. Has anyone here immigrated to Australia with school aged child particularly in high school? I would like to know the process for school transfer from PH and the requirements. I was browsing online and public schools require rental agreement that demonstrates permanent residence in order for a student to be granted placement in school. Does this mean we need to secure our accommodation prior to travelling to Australia? Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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Taste of Australia

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Show us your photos, showcase how beautiful Australia is.
moe_greeneCanada Vs. Australia
I think one thing to consider here also is job opportunities for white collar workers. I have so many friends, peers, colleagues, etc. who chose Canada and when they arrived, they have problem looking for jobs inline with their current profession or work in the Philippines. That's because Canada, WES or any education assessment body by Canada doesn't fully recognize Philippine education. If they do, it will not be fully recognized but partial. Some employers also prefer immigrants to get Canadian education first before embarking on white collar jobs. What usually happen to new immigrants is they take blue collar job, labor job, etc. and then take classes on the side for their Canadian education. Before they can even get a white collar job inline with their profession/work in the Philippines. For me, I don't want to go through that. My parents don't want me to go through that, a blue collar job or a labor job, etc. That's why I chose Australia, all of my friends, peers and colleagues who went there have the same job as in the Philippines. Their education has been recognized by Australia. I would rather take risk in becoming an Australian citizen first, and then trying to go to Canada for work or vacation. Australians have a lot of opportunities and benefits in Canada and vice versa. They're just making it hard for 3rd world countries like Philippines or India to go to Canada. This is my opinion only, and the decision is all upto you in the end.

EB's and Get Together

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Organize a meet up or gatherings here.

Family Matters

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Bringing up a family in Australia, education for kids, etc.

Working in Australia

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Work related experiences in OZ.
Chique_MDFilipino Doctors planning to practice in Australia
Are there doctors here who are planning of taking BSN in OZ? Change of career

Health Care

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Health related matters, insurance, etc
Chique_MDFilipino Doctor for Australia
Are there doctors here who are planning of taking BSN in OZ? Change of career

Remittance/Exchange Rate

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Sending money to the Philippines? Useful tips in selecting between providers.
mariedriscollHow to send money to Australia?
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.

Hobbies and Activities

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Are you a fan Basketball or other sports? How about hobbies like Yoga, dancing or Singing? Check this out.
xeegoTable Tennis Social Game
Uy lapit lang! Regular yung sched ng Saturday?

Balikbayan Box

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Sending you Balikbayan Box? Where to and How to help us decide.
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Flight travel discussions, find the cheapest flight ticket or learn tricks from our members.
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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.

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All other things or information you want to know about Australia
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atheleneStudent Visa with husband open work permit
> @JML said: > Hello po. If I go to Queensland, Australia po in aStudent Visa, my husband who is a civil engineer is my dependent po and will be in an Open Work Permit. Question, can my husband directly work po as a civil engineer in Australia po? Salamat po sa sasagot.🙏❤ You mean can he work in the same role as he did in the PH? I'd say it's unlikely to do that right away. Without local/Aussie experience, mahirap maghanap ng CE roles for migrants (PR or students and their dependents). Employer's excuse is that local experience, kasi how they do things in AU may be slightly different than other countries. Personally, I doubt that just because he's a CE grad with experience overseas that he can just work in the same role here right away (I'm registered archi in PH, but my registration overseas is not recognised here). If CE work is his end goal, the most feasible plan is to start as a CE draftsperson or technician (I know, it's entry level and not ideal, but they have to start somewhere). Get to know how things work in AU, then move up to higher positions. Having overseas work experience is an advantage though, kasi mas marami nang alam so mabilis ma-pickup yung local info as compared to Aussie na fresh grad na walang experience.
ACT - Canberra
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South Australia - Adelaide
South Australia - Adelaide
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PeanutButterpinoy medtek in aus
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
Western Australia - Perth
Western Australia - Perth
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rmtbejMedical Laboratory Scientist
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
Queensland - Brisbane
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Good day po. Nghahanap po ako ng malilipatan sa Brisbane. Wala po akong idea kung saan sa Brisbane with the following criteria (in order of importance): 1. Family Friendly (quiet and low crime) -- I have 3 kids under 7 yo. 2. Nearby government schools -- meron akong Primary 1 na anak. 3. Accessible to supermarkets -- wala po akong kotse so kelangan walking distance lg or a few bus stops away. 4. No flooding -- walang may gusto nito. 5. Ok lng na medyo malayo sa CBD -- Work-from-home ako. Ngtingin-tingin na din po ako sa Google reviews and, pero iba pa rin ang recommendation ng kapwa pinoy. Appreciate any ideas or recommendation po.
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Zezima1234Looking for accomodation
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!
Other States, City, Suburb, Location
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jeharileCairns Student - Looking for a Job
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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Desert_CowboyCar Loan for 491/489 visa
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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> @songhyeky0 said: > guys... pwede bang pumasok sa OZ a year after ma-grant ang visa? Since wala ng covid restrictions, mag tatake effect For first entry, arrive by Ito yung mga nagrant starting 15 December 2021 Yung mga skilled visa, maximum 1 year. If affected ng covid before 15 December 2021, meron email ka marereceive Facilitation Notice - For Skilled Migration Visa Holders na hindi mabreach yung visa if nagarrive ka after For first entry, arrive by date Kung wala, sundin yung nasa notice

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thesarahveeIphone locked in Globe and I want to bring the phone in Australia
> @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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AdminTelstra is giving consumer and small business customers extra data
[preview] Telstra is giving consumer and small business customers extra data to support working and studying from home or self-isolating, as part of the national response to COVID-19. Post-Paid customers (both mobile and mobile broadband) can get an extra 25GB of data on their plan to use in Australia within 30 days. Pre-Paid customers with an active recharge of $40+ can get 10GB of extra data to use in Australia within 28-30 days (depending on your plan). The data won't rollover. Register your details below to get extra data. Telstra will send you an SMS to confirm once it's been applied to your account - it should take about 48 hours. It will be available within 48 hours and you'll be notified by SMS once it's been applied. Ineligible phone numbers won't receive a notification.

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fgsDrafter aga 45
> @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 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.

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mathilde9Visa Consort - Year End Offer 2021
Hi. Anyone who was able to pay visa consort via wise? Which LOCAL (ph) credit/debit card worked? Thanks!


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