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any foreign nurses working in au esp from sgp?


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Old 12-12-2009, 07:29 PM
 
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any foreign nurses working in au esp from sgp?

heya..
im a 31 yr old RN from sgp looking 4 any foreign nurses working in au to share tots...
wana bring along my hubby n son.
but im not quite sure how to go about..
nid lotsa advice n guide..
anyone out thr??


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Old 12-15-2009, 08:05 AM
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Hi yes_nurse and welcome to forum.

Did you mean share notes?

I'm not a nurse but there are quite a few from UK and other countries that are emigrating to Australia.

There's two ways you can do it and that's
1. The independent route where you get your qualifications accredited with ANMC and then apply for a 175/176 visa [176 if you seek a state nomination - a separate step]
Start @ Professionals and other Skilled Migrants - Workers - Visas & Immigration and read all the links re Whats New/second listing, SOL, and then on to Visa Options and you'll find the 175/176.
The Visa information is laid out under separate headings, eligibility and applying for this visa being most important and latter having a Checklist of great value.
Welcome to the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council Incorporated (ANMC) | Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council

2. Through Employer Sponsorship and many are doing that, it being generally a quicker process and there are many Medical Career agencies about to help you find an employer or some larger medical organisations that advertise direct.
Do a google on Australian Nursing or something like that and you'll see so many links.

There is what is called the 457 Temporary Visa that can be used as a step to a Permanent Residency sponsorship or some places may be prepared to go straight to PR, though most seem to work with the 457 option first/
It is a lot quicker and instead of ANMC accreditation, you just need to register with the state in which you are to be employed.
Details for either @ Employer Sponsored Workers - Workers - Visas & Immigration

Again, information on the visas is laid out under separate headings.





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