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  1. shaunfreo

    Pharmacy Tech ANZSCO 311215

    Look at my previous post replying to your other post perhaps as it is your sister who will be applying she needs to do some research herself, after all it’s a complex process and only she knows her own circumstances best of luck and as Marisawright says She May need to contact an agent to assess her eligibility as it may not be straightforward
  2. shaunfreo

    Pharmacy Tech ANZSCO 311215

    And I would add it’s really annoying to put up two separate posts relating to the same issue in your first post Your sister works in a pharmacy, and now it is clear she isn’t a pharmacist
  3. Depending on your lifestyle could be enough, many do live on that amount, although my experience living in Brisbane it’s expensive as is most of city Australia, need to give more information,
  4. https://www.pharmacycouncil.org.au/our-services/assessments/ i think this organisation does the skills assessment for pharmacists
  5. Is she a qualified pharmacist? https://www.pharmacyboard.gov.au/registration/overseas.aspx it also gives links to obtaining the required skills assessment and requirements Am sure someone with more specific knowledge of pharmacy will answer any other questions
  6. shaunfreo

    Has the savings amount changed for spouse visa?

    The last I heard if you don’t have the savings you need a combined income of £18.600, more if you are including children who are not already British citizens or have indefinite leave to remain. This is for spouses who are not EU citizens, although with the whole Brexit nightmare Spouses who are EU nationals will most likely have to meet the same criteria in the future unless some arrangement is made
  7. shaunfreo

    190 Visa, Victoria, Mental Health Nurse

    You don’t need to have AHPRA registration to apply for visa, but you need a positive skills assessment from ANMAC before submitting an EOI
  8. shaunfreo

    Seriously thinking of making the leap to Oz

    Just on another note Practice Nursing here does not have the same status is in the UK , it is generally poorly paid, (average around $26-$30 per hour with most salaries at the lower end) and you work under the direction of GP Not as an independent practitioner, it’s a much more a business model and about making a profit, on the plus side because of those reasons there is usually quite a few jobs around as the turnover is quite high.
  9. shaunfreo

    Becoming a Nurse in Oz- Help!!

    Yes you will need the academic version
  10. shaunfreo

    Deadline on entry to Au

  11. shaunfreo

    Deadline on entry to Au

    well look it up it’s not that hard , you are looking at the requirements for an RRV I think
  12. shaunfreo

    Onshore Defacto Visa Application

    Yes this question has been discussed many times on the forum, and from memory others have done what you plan to do but as Tulip 1 says it’s risky, and a one way ticket is a bit of a giveaway if you are stopped!
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    You have to get an Australian passport pretty quickly if you plan to travel after your citizenship ceremony, you can pay an extra amount and get it done quickly within 48 hrs i believe
  14. shaunfreo

    489 Family Sponsored Visa

    https://liveinmelbourne.vic.gov.au/ has most of the info you need to get started good luck