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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.
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> @juju06 said: > > @mrkemml said: > > Ako lang ba naiinip? Ang tagal ng mga grants! > > > > May mga ka-batch ba ako dito From April 2023? 190 NSW here. Electrical Engineer. > > > > May factor ba yung points pag nalodge na yung visa? Or parang back to zero na lahat ng mga non-priority once naglodge ng visa? Anxiety is real. Haha > > EE rin ako, 189 naman, waiting since Nov 2022. Wala naman magagawa kundi maghintay haha. Pano yan sir, malapit na maexpire yung medicals and NBI. Hays. Hassle pag ganon. Sana magrant na before expiration. Goodluck po.

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.
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Question po. Nag lodge po kmi ng PR last month. Sponsored po ng company kasi 482 visa po ako. Ngaun po pinag assessment yung bunso ko 4yrs old hanggang ngaun kasi hindi p sya nag sasalita. Sa mga nabasa ko s forum/threads possible na ma denied ung application na for PR. Ang tanong ko po damay po ba kming mag asawa pag na denied ung anak nmin? Thank you

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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.
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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.
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question po for this visa.... about lang po sana sa minimum 3 years work related experience sa nominated occupation. Need po ba ito ipa-assess thru EA pa din? or can it be made lang thru dun sa visa application ung proof ng employment na area na may iaattach? TIA

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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.
> @jinigirl said: > > @nicazur said: > > What do you think the chances are for a college IT fresh graduate when applying for a student visa with no job experience? > > Depende po yan; kung hindi related sa IT yung aaralin sa AU, medyo magdududa na sila bakit non-IT. Pwede mo naman sya idefend sa GTE mo. Ang premise kasi ng student visa, pagkatapos ng pag-aaral mo sa AU, babalik ka sa home country. So magrerequest din sila ng evidence of ties to home country. Pag wala silang makitang ganun, mataas ang chance na irereject yung student visa. +1 dito. If hindi related sa pinag-aralan sa Pinas dapat madefend mo siya sa GTE mo pero not sure bago yata now GST na. Depende din sa school if they will require sa english proficiency and show money. Minsan ang agent, they will advise na mag masters, especially if nasa 30's na. Good thing naman siya kase may points sa PR. Medjo kamahalan lang talaga kaya weigh your choices. If hindi mo naman bet yong course mo, pwedi naman mag shift course dito pero after 6 months pa yata. Especially, if na experience mo na ang life dito at mag change of hearts kong ano ang beneficial for you. Mga classmates ko before sa IT dito nagshift to carpentry, social work, aged care kase malaki potential for PR and di din talaga sila makahanap ng work na related sa IT dito given sa restrictions ng students. Dapat din strong ang home ties kase mostly yan yong ground for refusals if weak ang home ties.

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.
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Question po. Nag lodge po kmi ng PR last month. Sponsored po ng company kasi 482 visa po ako. Ngaun po pinag assessment yung bunso ko 4yrs old hanggang ngaun kasi hindi p sya nag sasalita. Sa mga nabasa ko s forum/threads possible na ma denied ung application na for PR. Ang tanong ko po damay po ba kming mag asawa pag na denied ung anak nmin? Thank you

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> @MidnightPanda12 said: > 1. Be familiar with the exam types. If kaya mo bumili ng mock tests sa APEuni. Do it. Sobrang worth it nito kasi di ka mabibigla sa exam types sa mismong exam. > 2. Focus on the big items: Repeat Sentence, Write from Dictation, Essay, Read Aloud. > 3. Wag masyado mag worry. I didn’t used templates specially for speaking kasi di ako magaling magkabisado. For Describe Image and Retell Lecture just speak freely and don’t rush. Para may time ka mag isip. > 4. Watch Jimmysem, E2 Language. Dyan ako nag rely. Pero mas ginamit ko na reference sa speaking si E2 Language. Yung ikaw talaga magcoconstruct ng sentences mo. > 5. On test day: maaga gumising at umalis ng bahay. Wag buzzer beater. (Like me, muntik pa ma-late). May around 10-20 mins na biometric collection na ginagawa si PTE. Also, after macollect biometrics, sabay sabay kayo mag start ng mga batchmates mo. > 6. On ACE Makati, yung headphones ay okay naman. Just make sure na fit sya sayo. And you can cover your ears over the headphones para mabawasan yung ingay sa room (around 8 kami nung test). Unli yung pagtest sa mic and headset before magstart ng exam. And if may problem just raise your hand. > 7. Practice speaking test ng may noise similar sa test day. Mayroong video si Jimmysem. Yun ginamit ko noong nagrereview ako. > 8. Also, practice taking notes, dito ako sa tingin ko nahila ng writing. Kasi yung ibang part sa listening yung summarize spoken text? Ang haba ng kinukwento ng speaker di ako nakasabay sa take notes. > > Practice lang don’t sweat it. May chance naman umulit. +1 sa lahat specifically mock test and #4. In case you really want to rely on a "template", for me it's better to use E2 Language since it teaches you HOW to read/listen/write/speak -- more of a method siya. Unlike Jimmysem's which teaches you exactly WHAT to do, para syang cheatsheet na kelangan mo na lang kabisaduhin. Whichever works for you and mas madali actually. If you're good with memorization, go use a template.

Migration Agent

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jianna08BridgeAus Migration Consultancy and Auspac Visa?
> @neverland2020 said: > > @jianna08 said: > > > @neverland2020 said: > > > Got the services of BridgeAUS for skills assessment. They quoted me $1500 for each stage (skills assessment, EOI, and then visa application) last year. They increased their fees this year and after doing my own research on EOI and ROI, I felt that 4k AUD was way too much. > > > > > > That said, my initial consultation with their lawyer Joanna was good. She was very accommodating and answered my questions even we went over the 40 minutes allotted for the consultation. > > > > > > I was not as impressed by the staff who handled my VETASSESS documents and application though (they were not as helpful when I was having difficulty submitting certain employee documents). Thankfully, everything got submitted and I received my positive result in the end. > > > > > > [preview] > > > > > > > Actually nababasa ko nga na if they look back sana nag diy na lang sila since sila pa rin nag gagather docs. 6k na yata si BridgeAus this year :( mahal pa sa Respall :( tignan ko muna. Si Joanna din ba nagaassist sa whole process or staff nya na? > > > > I will have a consultation with her next week kasi may health concern ako. Do you think may idea sya sa pasikot sikot sa health? > > Yes, yung skills assessment pwede pa kasi I think super big help to have someone check all your docs. But for EOI definitely DIY if you have the time. For ROI, I guess depends how specific the state is (thankfully super simple yung sa VIC) > > After my initial consult with Joanna, her staff took over to gather the docs for skill assessment, so I didn't talk to her after that. About her knowledge sa health, I'm not sure lang kasi wala akong health-related questions at the time. Although she seems quite experienced so I feel she would be able to help you naman. Hope it goes well! > > Im aiming for VIC. Agree din na skills assessment need ko help esp sa docs since i am doing my master's and working fulltime. Pwede kaya kay Bridgeaus na first phase lang ako sa kanya tas terminate contract na? may t&c din kasi yata per agency eh. curious ano meron kay joanna. re: health concern, i read agents/lawyers have access to doctors so hopefully nakapagtanong sya before our consultation this wed :)

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Hi. I just completed my PH driver's license conversion today here in SG. Sharing the steps and tips for future reference: **1.** You need to take and pass the BTT (Basic Theory Test) personally at your preferred driving centre. I took mine with SSDC. Passing score is 45 out of 50. Just bring your IC to the test center. Sakto lang yung exam, more on right-hand driving rules, signs, and scenarios. Visit their website for more info on how you can book appointment for the test and pricing. **2.** Right after passing BTT (the screen will display if you passed or failed), you can go directly to Traffic Police HQ at Ubi for conversion. System will automatically record your results. No emails, print out etc needed. Get your queue number by the door, fill out the pink form. **Requirements (original and photocopy):** 2.1 Passport 2.2 IC + SG Arrival Acknowledgement email stating your first entry date in SG (ipapasend nila sa email nung SPF staff) 2.3 PH Driver's License 2.4 LTO Certification (stating your license issuance details; kukunin nila yung original) 2.5 ID Picture (passport size) to be used for physical license card *they will not allow you to convert your license if you only acquired it after your first arrival in SG. You need to have it prior. *physical card will be mailed out to your residence within 2 weeks, while digital card will appear on singpass app within 5days. Mine was reflected in Singpass a day after (qualified license na agad, not the provisional) *conversion fee is $50 (nets/paywave) Exam and conversion can be done in 1 day basta maaga ka.

Taste of Australia

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Organize a meet up or gatherings here.
KomikusLooking for friends in Melbourne
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Family Matters

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Bringing up a family in Australia, education for kids, etc.
d_bHow much initial money required to Settle down in down under
> @ga2au said: > > @d_b said: > > May pwede po makapagshare ng recent experience nila for a lone immigrant for NSW? Average monthly expense siguro sa food, rent, commute, utilities, phone, etc. Thank you 🙏🏼 > > It varies really. Since your alone, probably much cheaper ang pag relocate. For accommodation, you can rent a room, since mag isa ka. Thats probably depends on the location ng house, pero baka may mahanap ka ng 250-300 per week. We dont eat out kasi mahal food sa labas, so if u cook at home and un din baon mo makakatipid ka. 100-150 per week will do. Commute to city depends kung san ja galing. From herr sa Blacktown to city, parang 7$ per trip.pero kung maka 8 trips ka, libre na sususnod mong sakay. Kung magsasakyan ka, i dont recommend it kung titira ka sa city. Kasi mahal parking dun, kung sa suburb ka pwede kang magdrive to any nearby park to ride na train station, tapos take the train from there. Libre parking basta ginamit mo ung opal travel card mo sa train. Utilities varies din sa usage mo. But ung phone namin whch is Telstra is I recharge it every 28 days for 30$. > > Kung magrerelocate ka dito, magastos ung mga unang bwan mo kasi for sure mamimili ka ng mga gamit sa bahay at gamit mo. Ngaun mejo nag iimbak na kami ng mga winter clothes kasi lumalamig na. May mga gastos din pala sa pag convert ng Driver's license at register ng kotse. Evn pag register malaki din nagastos namin. Yan ang sagot! haha Thanks @ga2au, napakainsightful ng mga responses mo. I'll keep in touch and continue to post questions.

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XxxcFilipino Doctors planning to practice in Australia
Hi, just want to seek for an advice. I am a registered nurse and registered Midwife. I am a medicine graduate also but not yet a passer. Yung husband ko nasa au n as engineer, kakaalis Lang niya nung July at balak namin pumunta dun next year after ng school year ngaun, may 3 kids kami. Tanong ko Lang po sana Kung may bridging course din po ang medicine sa au? At Kung anong visa mas maganda sa amin ng 3 kids ko. Salamat po sa sasagot

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era222Medical Test for visa with stage2 CKD
> @HondaCity said: > am about to get my medicals done to continue my visa process. Grounds kaya for rejection if i have controlled hyper tension and controlled stage 2 kidney disease? Di pa naman ganun ka taas yung createnine ko. nasa less than 120 lang. > > will it better kung di ko sabihin na may ckd ako? kase its usual naman di ito mapansin kase wala itong symptoms. If controlled naman with medication it might not be too severe? Alam ko they look at the potential costs on the Australian healthcare for your condition, as mentioned by @Ozdrims so it varies by severity of the case. Try getting clearances from the doctors helping handle your condition, in case that could help. I don't know exactly the possible consequences of not declaring the condition, but personally I think you'd risk having them find out na you knew about it prior to/during visa application and you intentionally failed to declare... and you might risk your position. Not saying that to scare you, just to let you know the risks. All the best.

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Sending money to the Philippines? Useful tips in selecting between providers.
c0dyCheapest way to send money from Philippines to Australia
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danyan2001usRoad Trip Around Victoria
> > > > > > > @BertGasenoSaher said: > > > > > > > > @danyan2001us said: > > > > > > > > Hello guys, > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Kumusta kayong lahat lalo na ung nmga kapatid natin dito sa Melbourne. Next road trip namin would be from Melbourne to Warnambool...a 3- hour drive to Warnambool kung saan may hotel na may sikat na hot spa....maganda rin ang mga view while on the way to the destination. Just tell us if you want to join us guys...... > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Sino po ba mga kasama, would be good to see Warnambool again. > > > > > > > > > > > > Hello Bro Bert sorry for late reply medyo na busy na hehe....anyway mga friends namin ang kasama then we will just identify the dates....inform kita if may new plan na...saan banda ka dito sa Melbourne? > > > > > > > > > > Hi kuya, I live in Forest Hill eastern suburb. My car naman ako so kahit western sub kayo ok lang saken. > > > > > > > > Hello Bro Bert, good to hear that....we will see this coming long weekend ....sana bandang North pala kami pero we are close made by our transpo means hehe....tingnan natin saan ang gala natin ngayong long weekend ...available ka ba kung long drive saka overnight like mag AirBnB tayo?....kami dalawang couple na kami dito pero mas marami mas masaya hehe....taga Davao pala kami sa atin sa Pinas ikaw taga saan ka sa atin if you dont mind? > > > > > > Taga Marinduque ako. My number is 0480264081 just update me, yes definitely can do long drive airbnb. > > > > > > I go to my sister's sa Doreen so minsan nasa North side din ako. > > > > Wow so maybe nadadaanan mo na nag area namin sa may Kalkallo right after sa Craigeburn..anyway we will let you know if matutuloy kami sa plano namin ngayong long weekend (AFL GRand Finals) either mag airBnB kamis a Mornington Peninsula or sa Warenambool.... > > Hi, dito pala ako sa NSW at babalik sa Vic maybe on 30th sept o 1 oct so di ako makakasama. Nag drive ako pa NSW para makasama sa holiday ng. Sisters family. Sa sunod na outing na lamg ako sasama sa inyo. Ok lang yon Bro anyway may mga ibang pagkakataon pa naman. Enjoy your days in NSW maganda din dyan. ANyway looking forward sa long weekend natin dito sa Victoria next week.

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lunarcatCourier service
Good day po, May experience or alam po ba kayo na courier na pwedi magpadala ng gadgets (cellphones and laptop to be exact)? Thanks in advance sa sasagot ! 🥰

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Flight travel discussions, find the cheapest flight ticket or learn tricks from our members.
giel_estrelladoGraduate visa (485) - do I need an OEC?
Hello, nasa same na situation ako. Did you get OEC po nung nag travel ka?

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lunarcatBig Spiders and Poisonous Snakes in Australia
Don’t think about it too much po. It’s the last thing that you’ll worry about :) Enjoy Australia 🇦🇺 May pesticide sila dito. Very particular sila mga danger zones. They will put signs din naman!

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> @CinnZinn said: > I got an invite po for 190 ACT nomination, may I know po ano pong acceptable financial capacity for a family of 2 (myself and my spouse) ngayon po for ACT? And does it have to still be notarized po? > Wala kasi akong mahanap online na basis for ACT. Salamat sa makakasagot po. I don't think may prescribed amount sila. I think you can check NT, meron silang table. The declaration needs to be notarized.
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OzdrimsNAATI - CCL exam - additional 5 points for 189/190 visa
> @onahgondo said: > mas madali ba ang naati kesa pte? iniisip ko kung worth it ba ang naati sa 5pts o iretake na lang si pte? hindi ko kasi naabot ung superior last pte exam ko pero ung 3 parts ng exam halos umabot lahat sa 79. Hindi sila comparable - in PTE no translation but you need to be fluent and kahit inaccurate pwede pero sa NAATI you need to be precise sa translation and avoid major errors ,if you are trying to max out the points to get invited you can try NAATI.
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NTRUST is a leading registered Australia migration agency in Singapore with a very high success rate of 99.7%. With our professionalism and affordable fees, we have successfully helped thousands of people in Singapore migrate to Australia and attain their permanent residency (PR) since 2003.

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Housing & Rentals

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Looking and offering accomodations
ladotesFurnished room for rent, QUAKERS HILL, NSW
$100 per week, + $100 a mouth utilities 1 room own room for rent, fully furnished. Flexible stay, temporary stay welcome Own seperate toilet Own seperate fridge in kitchen Unlimited wifi included Quakers hill, near Blacktown Western Sydney About 5 minute walk from bus stop About 10 minute walk from Quakers hill station Prefer senior woman / or middle age Please email [email protected]

Jobs-Seeking & Openings

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Job opportunities and employment corner
adoniscmdlooking for any job.
Hi, I am currently working in Middle East for more than 10 years by the field of IT. Any body here to help me to find a IT jobs in Australia. I'm planning to settle down with my wife.

Goods & Services

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Sell goods and other services here
LuxiyaFinding Timber Flooring In Canberra? Come Flooring 2 You
**Why choose timber flooring?** Timber flooring can be installed as solid timber or engineered boards. Engineered boards have the same feel and natural look of real species timber and are the perfect options for those who love timber but need to watch their budget. The cross laid solid Hevea Core and Spruce backing layer means you can enjoy your favourite timber species for a fraction of the price. The best thing about timber floorboards is that the more you live on them, the more awesome they look! Timber flooring has an appeal that goes way beyond simple aesthetics. It’s a look and feel that touches the heart in a way other flooring types can’t. There’s just something about the look of timber that gives off a beautiful character to any space, be it a home or a business. The natural tones and variations of hardwood floors are simply gorgeous, providing a robust and warm feel. The addition of wooden flooring brings a luxurious style that’s hard to imitate, and brings up the value of the property, too. Compared to laminate it’s more hardwearing and can be sanded or even re-stained lasting for generations. It also provides a much more authentically natural and timeless look than concrete or tiles. So, pop into one of our showrooms or browse the ranges on Flooring 2 You to discover what we already know – there’s magic in Flooring 2 You! [preview] **What we do in Flooring 2 You?** We specialise in crafted engineered timber flooring. From product supply to install, to maintenance and aftercare, our team provides comprehensive support. You’ll find every aspect of your flooring needs taken care of. No matter which option you choose from our range of hardwood floors, or custom timber solutions, you’ll be met with excellent products and service every time. Our team’s expertise in installation, parquetry and stairs, means you’ll have beautiful timber floors to last you for the years to come.


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Cars, Vans, Parts Accessiories, Sale & Rental
MakuneruPhilippines Vettassess Fee
> @roldan008 said: > Hi gusto ko lang po ishare ung isang sitwasyon po ng kasama namin na pa Australia. Isa pong mekaniko, kami po ay nakatapos at nakapasa sa Vettassess para sa isang mining company sa Australia, sa kasamaang palad ng dahil sa Covid , hindi na po natuloy ang aming pag alis. Ngayon hinanapan kami ng Agency ng new employer, at naging ok na ung isa naming kasama. ang concern ko lang po, okay po ba yong ginawa ng agency na kami daw ang magbabayad ng Vettassess fee and twice daw namin babayaran ito dahil nakadalawang employer kami. > > salamat po sa makakapag bigay ng Idea and information. Isang positive skills assessment(result letter) ay ok na po kahit ilang employer pa pu yan. di na di na po kailangan ng reassessment.

General Ads

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SGtoAUMortgage Broker (first home loans, refinance and investment loans)
If you need a mortgage broker please do not hesitate to reach out. Even if you think you are not ready to purchase, I can take a look and review your financial situation to see how much you can borrow. My service is free :) [email protected] 07 4317 4048 [preview] Type your message

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Loose talk, Kulitan & off-topic

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Anything goes. Kulitan, moving to another countries, opinions, etc.
danyan2001usIs it good to study in Tafe?
Hello guys good morning to all of revive ko lang ang topic na ito kasi malapit ito sa amin ni mrs since we started on TAFE here way back 2010 ...medyo matagal na ring panahon guys pero it could always be a good start here in OZ.....Melbourne based kami since then until now. Maramign TAFE schools dito sa Melbourne.

Gamers Arena

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Any gamer here? What games do you play? Share and Show case your Strategy.
JayperPerfect mobile game for Filipinos
My favorite [worldle game]( "worldle game"), in the evenings after work is the best thing. I'm already tired, so I have no desire to play hard games, and this game is just right for me. This game will test your knowledge of geography which is very useful for both adults and children.

Information Tech Thingy

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Discuss any IT related stuff here
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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_sebodemachoSuggestions for Improvement!
> @Conboyboy said: > Haha, thank you! Nasa level 3 na ako now. So konting kembot nalang, baka kasabay ng grant Chos! Mag comment ka sa lahat ng threads para mag level 4 na agad! Charing. :D

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AdminStudent & Training Visa Seminar | Baguio & Live Stream | 16 Sept 2023.
[preview] Hi PinoyAU pips, In partnership with World2Migration by Gloria Collins, we would like to announce that there will be an Information Seminar on Student and Training Visa in Baguio this coming 16 September. This session will also be available on live stream so please make sure you secure your slot (link from below) Discover everything you need to know about student visas, GTE statements, and partner schools. Get expert advice from seasoned speakers, including Gerilyn Ibañez, Gloria Collins, Chantelle Gumban, and more. Plus, don't miss out on valuable insights about IELTS and training visas from professionals like Lois Ann H. Rapanut and Dr. Khaled Hammad. What to Expect: * “10 Year Anniversary” discount for customers who sign up at the event * Vouchers given to all attendees + a free 20 min consultation * Raffle prize * Refreshments provided Check out more details of the program from here Register now to secure your spot and unlock your path to studying in Australia!


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