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  1. Pooja Negi

    Nurses on 189, 190

    Hey Guys! I have a doubt if anyone would be able to clarify on this. I got my ANMAC positive skills assessment dated 17/05/2019 (valid till 17/05/2021) and included 3 of my previous employment (screenshot attached). Currently I'm working as a Nurse Educator (RN-NEC) since 10/04/2019 till date. I also worked at this same place earlier (14/04/2015-24/02/2016) and that period was part of my skill assessment also. Point to be noted here that When I applied for my skill assessment (Early April, 2019), I have not joined this current job so this one is not included in my skills assessment result. When I initially submitted EOI for 189 & 190 in Aug, 2019, I did mention my current job and included that in "related to nominated occupation". Now, in Jan, 2020 I completed 5 years of overseas exp and my EOI automatically got updated and added 5 more points on it's own. Now, my question is Do i need to get another skill assessment done from ANMAC since my current job is not included in the previous skill assessment result? I hope I was clear with my question and if anyone would be able to answer this?? My agent says that it is not required at this stage. FYI, I have received a pre-invite from VIC on 16/01/2020 and have submitted my nomination application on the same day so now I'm awaiting for the final invite. Many Thanks for your time and response!
  2. Yes, It is the same one. Probably you did not find it difficult but yeah it depends on the theoretical & clinical knowledge of the nurses. So, it's a case to case thing. I believe AHPRA has now made it cheaper and tough at the same time.
  3. That's what I thought. Total fee comes around $5000 AUD which is wayyy cheaper than what we paid. But i believe there might be increase failures among overseas nurses if they did not prepare for it carefully. Giving NCLEX-RN is no child's play and then you won't get any training for OSCE and will have to directly appear for it which will prove to be quite difficult for nurses who have not followed the same standards back home. Anyway, this is what it is now. All the best to the new overseas applicants for NMBA-AHPRA. :)
  4. Yes, Though the MCQ & OSCE might differ for RMs but if you are an overseas applicant, then yeah, this is the new pathway.
  5. I believe PTE doesn't actually tests your English. It's just a computer software and people uses tricks and hacks to fool the system. It's really sad to hear that being a native speaker, you got only 29 in speaking. I believe that if you are talking a bit slow and taking pauses in between, the microphone might not pick it. I gave PTE last year and got 79+ in all the sections in my first attempt (FYI, English is not my first language). What I followed was that one needs to continue speaking on the microphone at a continuous speed without any pauses. Also, in PTE content doesn't give you much marks (Sad reality) so instead of focusing on what one is saying, one should focus on how it is being said. This could be one of the hacks of cracking PTE in first attempt. I find IELTS to be the real test but tough obviously because that's where they test your actual English language abilities, especially the speaking & writing section. But since one needs to score marks and not improve English by giving these tests, so PTE is always a better option as one can use tips and tricks.
  6. Pooja Negi

    190 Visa - Victoria

    Yeah, I truly agree with you on this. The only reason I said to increase points was seeing the job code of @Denson Cheers!
  7. Pooja Negi

    190 Visa - Victoria

    I applied for VIC 190 (Job code-254415 & offshore) in July, 2019 with 70+5 points and now I have 85+5 ss points with D.O.E as 05/01/2020. I received a pre-invite from VIC on 16/01/2020 and now I'm waiting for a final invite which I'm not sure if I will be receiving or not since VIC rejects a lot of pre-invite nominations and not all turn into final invitations. I would suggest that you increase your points because seeing the current trend 80 pointers do not have much chance this FY.
  8. Pooja Negi

    Nurses on 189, 190

    Hey @Martina Thanks for your reply!! I was not aware that you can even approach them after their decision on your nomination. Because everywhere I read that they don't actually site any reason of rejection and give a very generic template kinda mail. Also, Do we have to submit the VIC commitment letter at the time of submitting documents for nomination after receiving Pre-invite or at the time of receiving the final invite and filing for visa? Because I could not see that as mentioned in the nomination documents checklist on their website. Thanks a lot
  9. Pooja Negi

    Nurses on 189, 190

    Hello @Martina I heard that VIC rejects a lot of Pre-Invite nomination applications. I received my Pre-invite on 16th Jan, 2020 and lodged my nomination application already. Everyone is saying that not to make big plans as VIC is very choosy and most of the pre-invites do not turn into final invites. So, I'm just worried about that. May I know how much did VIC take to give you the final invite after you receive the pre-invite? Thanks!
  10. Pooja Negi

    Nurses on 189, 190

    Thanks dear! Though it's just a pre-invite but still a ray of hope. You will definitely get it soon. Fingers crossed
  11. Pooja Negi

    Nurses on 189, 190

    Hello Everyone!! Finalllly after a wait of almost 7 months, I have received a pre-invite from VIC today. Thanks to everyone who answered my queries. It was getting really frustrated but then the waiting is all worth at the end. My points are as follows: ANZSCO-254415, Registered Nurse (Critical care & Emergency)-Offshore EOI for 189-85 points with D.O.E:05/01/2020 (Initially submitted EOI on 17/07/2019) EOI for 190 VIC-90 (85+5ss) with D.O.E: 05/01/2020 (Initially submitted EOI on 09/08/2019) Age-30, PTE-20, Edu-15, Overseas work exp-10, Single-10, State sponsorship-5 PRE-INVITE: 16/01/2020 from VIC (190)
  12. Pooja Negi

    Nurses on 189, 190

    ANMAC usually takes 4 weeks to complete the assessment. However the time period can vary if submitted documents are incomplete. Once you have received skill assessment outcome, you can then apply for an EOI.
  13. Pooja Negi

    Nurses on 189, 190

    Okay thanks. I will check that. In the meantime, I will just wait for VIC invite. Keep me updated if you receive an invite.
  14. Pooja Negi

    Nurses on 189, 190

    The invitation rounds for this month already got issued today. Please check Iscah's update below: https://www.iscah.com/unofficial-skill-select-results-10th-january-2020-189s-491s/ Also, I believe you need job offer for TAS 190 & 491, isn't it? And are you offshore or onshore?
  15. Pooja Negi

    Nurses on 189, 190

    You meant 491 right? the skilled regional visa? I'm actually hoping if I will get VIC 190 seeing my points (90 with ss) so I guess I will wait for another month before opting for 491 visa. Also, Being offshore I might not be eligible for all the states for 491, the ones where I can apply came out to be SA & NSW. But I really wish i get from VIC, so waiting as of now.
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