another question to all the nurses that went to Oz on the 457 Visa. Sounds like many nurses went to Australia without their registrations, is it my understanding they didnt have their in-principle letter from AHPRA? Also those that went and presented their letters to the offices in Australia how long did it take for your actual registration to become effective? One agency that were advising me (not convinced she knew what she was talking about) told me it takes 3 to 4 weeks easy for you to get your registration following you presenting your in-principle letter at their offices. Is this true? She was advising me to go to Oz on a holiday visa then they would find me a job with a 457 sponsored visa's but had to have registration first. Ok 1. I wouldnt be able to activate my registration without a valid australian visa (working) hence my scepticism with her information. What have your experiences been?? Thanks for any input. Isis
Can you help me.If I am claiming points for work experience for over 8 years I believe you have to have worked more than 20. hours a week.Will they take in to account time spent on other studies and the fact I have been actuallu practicing as a nurse midwife for over 20 years.At some points I was working less than the 20 hours while I was doind my BSc etc.Can I add the hours spent doing this in.Also what if I am doing other courses like asthma diploma can I add these hour in.I want to go so much mow .
Quick heads up all.....Queensland Health are coming to UK in February, Manchester, London and also Dublin. Google search for it....
Arrived 10th August....loving it
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Thanks Fluxsta but cant find it on my google search showing the one that was in 2007? Will try searching it again but thanks for that. Isis