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  1. Jenki75

    AHPRA Registration for 190

    I presented in person and AHPRA assured me I would be on the online register. I went for 10 days and I was on the register within that time. I have just renewed my registration in May as It's easier to keep it once you have it. Like someone else mentioned changing your address for your correspondence is easy and straight forward. Good Luck with it all.
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    Confused nurse AHPRA / IELTS / OET

    There was a thread called nursing in Australia posted in Jan this year and this is what I posted: This is a copy of the new AHPRA registration standards for March 1st 2019. If you are applying for initial registration you must demonstrate your English language competency in one of the following ways: 1. English is your primary language and: a. you have attended and satisfactorily completed at least six years of primary and secondary education taught and assessed solely in English in a recognised country, including at least two years between years 7 and 12, and b. your tertiary qualification in the relevant professional discipline, which you are relying on to support your eligibility for registration under the National Law was taught and assessed solely in English in a recognised country and: i. in the case of a registered nurse and/ or midwife, you must provide evidence of having successfully completed at least a two (2) years full-time equivalent pre-registration program of study approved by the recognised nursing and/or midwifery regulatory body in a recognised country. ii. in the case of an enrolled nurse, you must provide evidence of having successfully completed at least a one year full-time equivalent pre-registration program of study approved by the recognised nursing and/or midwifery regulatory body in a recognised country. 2. Registered nurses and midwives If you are applying for registration as a registered nurse and/or midwife, you must provide evidence that you have successfully completed at least five (5) years (full-time equivalent) continuous education taught and assessed solely in English, in a recognised country, which includes tertiary qualifications in the relevant professional discipline which you are relying on to support your eligibility for registration under the National Law The Board will only accept the successful completion of five (5) years (full-time equivalent) continuous education that is a combination of: a) tertiary and secondary education taught and assessed in English; or b) tertiary and vocational education taught and assessed in English; or c) combined tertiary, secondary and vocational education taught and assessed in English; or d) tertiary education taught and assessed in English The last period of education must have been completed no more than five years prior to applying for registration.
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    Confused nurse AHPRA / IELTS / OET

    Because all your education was taught and assessed in the UK. I think you do not need the IELTS for AHPRA. I looked it up for someone on here a while back and I believe it tells you right on the application. I did not need the English test for AHPRA and my education was from Australia and Canada.
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    Urgent advice needed re: Ahpra

    Registration does take a while to obtain, but it's less of a wait than anything else in this process. I am surprised they even consider applicants for a visa who don't have AHPRA registration. Approving visa's to people without AHPRA registration is taking a big risk. Not all nursing education is equal. Canadian immigration is notorious for giving visa's to highly qualified foreigners, their education is not considered equivalent once they arrive in Canada. They have 2 choices, go back to university or work a minimum wage job. Many Taxi drivers here are very very smart people. I met a nuclear physicist driving a Taxi.
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    High Points for 489/190 - South Australia

    Any time from now until 3 or more months. I sent my forms back on the same day as contact too. It's been over a month and nothing yet. You are also a 190 applicant right?
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    Two weeks in...

    Sounds like you accomplished a lot in the first 10 days! Keep us posted on how the job situation works out. If we get the visa in the next couple of months, we would like to be out there before the end of the year.
  7. Jenki75

    Registered nurse NEC

    SA sponsored me with 65+5 points for a 190 in November 2018. Wait until they open the new Migration year in July and then there will be no special conditions on NEC Nurse.
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    High Points for 489/190 - South Australia

    Congratulations Renault! It was a long wait, but worth it.
  9. My case officer just asked for form 47a for my 18 year old dependent migrating child and my 2 independent none migrating children aged 19 and 21.
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    190 Applicants from Nov 2018

    Just received a case officer contact for form 47A for dependent and non dependent kids over 18 yrs. This was at 144 days.
  11. Jenki75

    High Points for 489/190 - South Australia

    Just got case officer contact for 47A for non dependent kids and my dependent over 18 year old daughter. This was at 144 days of waiting with my 190 visa application.
  12. Jenki75

    190 Applicants from Nov 2018

    We are all in the same boat. It could happen any time, we just have to have faith that it will show up eventually.
  13. Jenki75

    High Points for 489/190 - South Australia

    Hi, No new grants reported by anyone yet. Everyone is still waiting. Which visa have you applied for?
  14. Jenki75

    High Points for 489/190 - South Australia

    My status is received.
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    High Points for 489/190 - South Australia

    Congratulations, you must be happy about that! I guess you are further ahead than most. your status in MyImmi Account must say processing or something like that. Hopefully everyone else like us, 133 days with no contact whatsoever, can hear something soon, and everyone can get their grants.
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