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  1. Reckoner8

    Sub class 400

    Hi, could anyone confirm "is it possible to lodge 400 visa while my 457 visa in process"? Reponse is much appreciated
  2. Sjward

    Subclass 400

    Just wondering if anyone has applied for a subclass 400 recently? My previous one was granted within a week but that was before the rules changed in July '17, this one has taken nearly 5 weeks. Any advice would be appriciated
  3. On behalf of our client, a leading Australian healthcare sector organisation, McGrath Migration Lawyers is currently seeking generalist and specialist registered nurses to fill over 400 jobs available around Australia now. Shifts and locations can be tailored to most requirements. Working holiday visa holders are welcome to apply, as are nurses seeking employer sponsorship, state sponsorship or independent skilled migration. Please note, to be eligible for registration, overseas applicants will need to have an IELTS score of at least 7 in each band. If you have over twelve months experience as a registered nurse and are eligible for registration in Australia, we would love to talk to you! Our client has jobs available in: · aged care nursing · child and family health · community health · critical care and emergency · development disability · disability and rehabilitation · medial · medical practice · mental health · midwifery · perioperative · surgical · generalist registered nursing If you’d like to take advantage of this opportunity to live and work in Australia, please send a copy of your current résumé, to Susan Wareham McGrath at susan[at]susanwareham.com