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  1. Hello, I am looking for a good, reliable and proactive registered migration agent. My situation is I've been on a 457 for almost two years, and they will sponsor me for the 186 through TRT. I am currently preparing my application and have sent off for my police certificates already. Currently doing my own searches for an agent of course but if it allowed to make recommendations on the forum then please let me know, which could be though PM I guess. The company sponsoring me has said the agent they were going to use isn't available but said they will look for somebody else, but as they are very slow at doing anything generally, I am taking the initiative and searching online and would like to recommend an agent to them. I'm aware of a couple of members on the forum who are registered agents, although I am looking for somebody more local- in Melbourne who is easily reachable and can pre-empt us on the do's and don'ts, what we need, what to look out for, generally informing us upfront of stuff rather than only mentioning it later when something turns up. Any good leads from personal experience , good or bad, would be most welcome! Thanks
  2. I'd sent off for my QNC registration weeks ago, paid all the relevant fees...and waited...well I emailed them last night to say that I still wasn't no the online register, and I recieved a reply this morning saying that I was now registered with them, and they apologised for the delay!:smile: I think that they might have forgotton about me until I gave them a nudge! Doesn't matter though! Least I'm now registered, and I've checked online, just to make sure! I'm gonna start applying for jobs now! Something else to concentrate on now! Mags:wubclub: x
  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
  4. libra nurse

    Wanted Registered Nurses !

    Registered Nurses ! I am a Nurses myself and we are alway looking for Registered Nurses. We have a position for an RN's. Night duty and/or AM shifts in Aged Care Home. We have supportive management staff , family friendly environmentand and friendly staff. We are located Southeast of Brisbane. If you are interested please email me for contact details. I have been working there for the passed 20 years and I love the place. Hope to hear from you soon :jiggy:
  5. Hi everybody..... Just wondering whether any Child minders are going to Duncraig area next year??? Im worried that the waiting lists are too long for Nursery/Kindy etc and I wont be able to start work straight away?? Have 2 kids....1 who is 15 months and the other who is 3 1/2....... If anyone knows anyone id appreciate some contacts?? Cheers Nic
  6. Here is the official sites of MIA and MARA registered agents http://mia.org.au/search-agent also check https://www.mara.gov.au/ Just search the name here for a MARA registered agent and soon u will know whether he is real or fake.If he is on the list, his MIA no and MARA number will appear . I just found this useful hence i posted it over here Beware of fake agents who can cheat you in the name of immigration. Regards, TIJO MATHEW
  7. Do you want to make a difference in your local community? (PERTH AREA) Silver Chain was founded in 1905 and has been growing ever since. We currently have over 2,500 employees and volunteers and we deliver 1.2 million hours of care to people living in Western Australia. Every year over 40,000 people rely on our wide range of services to help them live an independent life. Silver Chain Home Hospital currently provides care to over 650 patients a day who would normally require hospitalisation, providing treatment for a wide range of conditions. RN Opportunities – HATH team If you have acute clinical assessment and time management skills and want to work in a supportive interdisciplinary team then talk to us. Our opportunities which do NOT include night duty are available throughout the Southern Metropolitan area and Peel. Silver Chain Clinical Services provide nursing care to clients in their own home or in a clinic environment. RN/EN Opportunities – Clinical Services If you have experience in, assessing and managing patients with complex needs including wound, ostomy, continence and diabetic care and enjoy working in a team environment we want to hear from you. We have flexible day, evening and weekend rostering patterns with positions available south of the river from Fremantle to Peel and across to Armadale including the outerlying areas. Our nurses enjoy the freedom of autonomy, ever changing work environments and delivering care from start to finish. Silver Chain offers sponsorship to successful applicants as well as a comprehensive orientation, training and specialist support, andprovide generous salary packaging (earn up to $16,050 tax free per annum). Please send your expression of interest or application to recruitment@silverchain.org.au or call +61 9242 0242 and ask for Laura Knight in Recruitment.
  8. We are moving over to perth next july & hoping to live in or around joondalup area. I am a direct entry registered midwife in the uk - any contacts/recommendations of hospitals that take direct entry midwives ? Thanks
  9. My wife is a UK registered nurse; however trained in India and we have sent the application to AHPRA in the last month and received below letter from case office asking for additional documents. They have received now NMC verification and we managed to arrange for the evidence of adapataion competion (from NHS trust where completed adaptation) and also 'Pharmacology' unit (my school of nursing is sending me a letter confirming this). Only an issue is with my nursing council in India. I dispatched documents to India and my relative went to nursing council in India with verification form. But they refused to accept the application saying my registration with them was lasped in 2007 (that's true becoz I haven't renewed it after 2007 as I am here in UK since 2004). So if I want to verify and I need to renew it first and for that I need to be present in there office to prove that I am still exist. They have mentioned in the below email "A Certificate of Registration Status or Good Standing / Verification directly from Maharashtra Nursing Council INDIA" so they just want a letter from Indian nursing council confirming i have registered with them from 15 July 94 (first registeration date) to 30 March 2007 (registration renewed upto). But Indian Nursing council is not ready until my wife first do the renewal. We dont mind renewing it but don't know how much time it will take to first renew and then to send verifiaction. Would appreciate advice on this verificaion issue. Thanks and Regards, Mansawant Email received from case officer Dear XXXXX, We are in receipt of an Application for general registration (graduated or trained overseas) as Registered Nurse, Enrolled Nurse or Midwife. We recommend for you to refer to our web site Registration/Registration Process/Proof of Identity in relation to an applicant who is currently overseas. Please be advised the following documents are still outstanding to continue the processing of your application: - Clarification of your Transcript of Training as it appears a core unit ‘Pharmacology’ was not completed in your Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery. A letter from institution stating this unit was completed in your course is required - Certified copy of evidence completing an adaptation program before gaining registration with Nursing and Midwifery Council UK - A Certificate of Registration Status or Good Standing / Verification directly from Maharashtra Nursing Council INDIA - A Certificate of Registration Status or Good Standing / Verification directly from Nursing and Midwifery Council UNITED KINGDOM Please provide the required documentation within 30 days from the date of this email to allow the finalisation of the assessment of your application. If you fail to provide such documentation by this date it will be taken that you have withdrawn your application. The Board will consider written requests (email acceptable) for an extension to this timeframe that details the reason for requesting the extension, and a proposed date for meeting the requirement. Should you have any further enquiries please do not hesitate to contact us via email. Kind regards, XXXXXXXXX Registration Officer Phone | 1300 419 495 Email | XXXXXX@ahpra.gov.au Web | www.ahpra.gov.au Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency G.P.O. Box 9958 | Perth WA 6001 | www.ahpra.gov.au
  10. Hi, This is my first time posting on here so I'm hoping it actually works! My family and I are currently in the early stages of doing the 'big move!' I am a senior paediatric nurse in an Emergency Department in the South of England and am hoping to continue in this career path in OZ. Our first choice to settle was Queensland, Brisbane or Sunshine Coast areas. I have sent my CV and cover letter to several children's hospitals including Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne to see whether I would even get any interest! So far I have heard back from Sydney and have been offered a telephone interview!!! I am really unsure as to what they might ask me, apparently I will be speaking to 3 nurse managers throughout the hospital including the ED manager! Any suggestions on how I can best prepare for this would be very much appreciated! I have never had a telephone interview before and am really not looking forward to it!! I'm also unsure whether to accept a job offer (if I actually get offered one!) because I have always had my heart set on Queensland, due to being cheaper cost of living, climate, beaches etc. Im also hoping for a sponsorship from the hospital and I know we will have to pay education fees for our 5 year old if we go to NSW!! I have heard rumours that Queensland has put a bit of a freeze on overseas recruitment and especially on sponsorships??? Decisions, decsisions!! Any advice would be very much appreciated!! Thanks x
  11. I really could do with somebody's assistance or knowledge of RMN posts that are available in preferably Perth WA. A little bit of info about myself: I am making a general enquiry about any possible Registered Mental Health Nursing vacancies available in Perth. I am very keen to relocate to Australia from the UK and would consider moving as soon as an available job offer is made. I am 28 year old, single male, clean bill of health, full UK driving Licence and no criminal convictions. My work experience consists of the last 10years working in a High Secure Forensic Mental Health Hospital in the NHS, one of three High Security Hospitals in England. The last five of which has been as a Registered Mental Health Nurse. For the last two years I have also worked for an outside agency working in a variety of mental health settings including acute wards, low secure units, rehab units and ICU’s. If there are any opportunity’s that you may feel might be of interest to me I’d be grateful if you could PM me please. Thank you.
  12. Hey everyone, I have a quick question. I applied for my partner visa onshore in Melbourne a few weeks ago and tonight I have found a note saying I have a registered letter waiting to be picked up. Do you think this could be the letter??? Or could it just be them requesting further info?? Im trying not to get excited but I cant think of anything else that it would be. Nobody really has my address apart from the immigration people!! When I applied in person I got given an acknowlodgement letter so what else would it be?! ahhhhh, I cant wait 12 hours to find out!!!!! :chatterbox:
  13. Hi, I've been hunting high and low for a sponsorship and came across the above company. They are looking for AU$11 a mth to view sponsored jobs. Has anyone registered with them? Many thanks, Sarah
  14. What happened to all the registered migration agents who used to frequent this site? I am talking about people like George lombard, Raul... etc. Have they retired or just stopped contributing to the forum?
  15. Dear All, I'm in the middle of attaching all of my documents for my 176 e visa application. My comfirmation e mail from DIAC asks for form 80 amongst other things. Now my problem is I spent nearly two years living in the Netherlands from 2002 and I went to the trouble of applying for a Residency Permit. Of course its all in Dutch. Some of the Papers have English already on them but the actual entry into Amsterdam register and my Social Security letter is in Dutch. Does anyone know of a NAATI certified Dutch Translator ?? I'm currently living in cardiff. Any Dutch nationals here have been through the same process ?? Do I need to get this translated. The actual permit has a few english words in it too. Just one more nighmare to deal with :-)
  16. Hi, Has anybody in the UK received there ACS assessment recently, apparently mine was sent on the 2nd November but it still hasn’t turned up. Just wondered if anybody else has received there’s recently and how long it took, there doesn’t seem to be anyway of tracking international registered post on the Australia Post Website? Also one quick question, who delivers them in the UK? Is it the Royal Mail? Thanks for any answers Lee
  17. Ann Maclean

    newly registered

    Hi Just thought i would introduce my self I am Ann from Scotland. I may be newly registered but have been following this site for 2 years now through my daughter Shona (shonz) been a member and she found it invaluable, when she was going through the process for SS and visa especially the support from other members, caretuckers thread really good for keeping members spirits up and info from Gill. She has now been in Perth a year come next week and the whole family are loveing it. We were out in May and met The Butlers when they were there to validate there visa what a lovely family. At the moment we are considering going for the contributory parent visa 173 applying after the new year and my son and family are going on 176 once WA gets there list out we no it is a long process but it will be worth it to have all the family in the one place :jiggy: Take Care Ann
  18. Guest

    Registered Nurses

    I do know that there is a vacancy at the Royal Flying Doctor Service, based in Broken Hill, NSW. You do need to be very qualified as it is a senior flight nurse position, but it is so worth it if you have the qualifications. They will pay relocation fees if you are the right person. Check it out Me want cookies!
  19. connaust

    Migration Agent Fined

    Migration Agent Fined. A MIGRATION agent who took more than $20,000 from a woman but failed to lodge her visa application has been fined $5000 and ordered to pay compensation. In Nowra Local Court, Laurence Henry Glenagfen Jones, 72, of Campbell Crescent, Moss Vale pleaded guilty to fraud. His victim, a woman from England who wanted to live in the Shoalhaven with her daughter, has been waiting three years to get her money back.
  20. Iam currently registered in WA as a nurse, and wonderedif anybody has transfered to the national scheme with mutual recognition. Also,if so, how long did it take to come through? I had assumed that it would be transfering automatically on the 1st of july,and have not done anything, to find that it didn', and we are now moving to Melbourne at the end of august, aghhhhhhhhhh
  21. Brisbane area ! We have Positions running for RN's. We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated RN's. Experienced within the Aged Care We have Night Shifts/ PM just waiting for you. The successful applicant is required be a Registered with Queensland Nursing Council An excellent opportunity has become available within our non profit organization. Modern facility and equipment. We are like home environment. Not able to sponsor no one as it is a non profit organization. e-mail: lookingforstaff@care2.com
  22. Hi I am a Registered Nurse with 23 years experience, 19 yrs on the wards and 4 years as a Community Palliative Care Nurse (same as a MacMillan nurse). My problem is that I don't have IELTS. I have a positive Skills Assessment from the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council and Registration with QNC. I managed to avoid the IELTS by applying for these before it became compulsory last year. I applied for Queensland SS which was granted in April 2010. However, hubby didn't get the 176 paperwork sorted out before the May 7th GSM suspension. Now QLD want IELTS for SMP sponsorship. My question is do I lodge a 176 with SS and in the meantime get IELTS, QLD SMP and send them on to DIAC when I recive them or do I wait for QLD to publish the SMP, apply then lodge a 176 SMP. (The old ASCO code correlates to any of the new ANZSCO nursing codes) My fear is that I could fail the IELTS and God knows how many times I might have to resit it, delaying lodgement of 176 if I wait to get SMP first. Also the delay in submitting a 176 could mean the revised points test could hit me if takes a number of resits for IELTS (age 43 and the possibility of less points for my age). Your help - Please ! Mrs Moo
  23. Does anyone have a clear guideline as to whether a registered nurse is offf the critical list. I was told they were yet they still appear to be on.!!!! :wacko:
  24. Hi, I have decided to try and get on the 3 year nursing course at the local uni. Has anyone done this and tried to get the grant in WA? Does anyone know how many hours studying is done in the week and how much is done out of the classroom? Thx Liz
  25. Guest

    Registered Nurse from UK

    help! Just starting the migration process. Hopefully heading for Perth! Appying on skilled independent sub class 175 as a Registered General Nurse. Also have parents living in Perth (Permanent residency + citizenship) Do not want to pay agents to do this for us but finding some of the information contradictary. Do i need to sit the English language assessment even though i am a British citizen + if so, do i need to do this before i have skills assessed by ANMC? :wacko: