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On 26/02/2020 at 00:21, BellaB said:

Hello Guys ,

I already had my ANMAC assessment done last year  in March as I am a US nurse , it was pretty easy . The AHPRA process was started in December but there was a delay from one of the board of nursing with sending my COGS.. I have two EOI , one in VIC and one in Qsld .. so I spoke with them and they mailed the last COGS 2 weeks ago .. don’t know if the can finalize for me in the next two weeks .. otherwise I might need to not accept the pre-invite and wait .. I’m not sure how long it will take again ..

Hello,

Good luck on receiving a pre-invite from Victoria. I am also a registered nurse in the U.S., done my ANMAC assessment last year, but I only have 1.5 year of nursing experience. Hopefully, Victoria will keep the same requirements and I will be able to apply after 6 months....although my score is not as high as yours...

Keep us posted regarding the AHPRA outcome....

 

 

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Hi guys, 

it's so lovely to see all the queries, answers and positive vibes too. 

I do have some queries too, if anyone can help me out.

I'm a registered nurse in UK for the last 14 years. I've also done the AHPRA registration recently, last year.

I've submitted EOI with 75 points including state nomination points for Regional Queensland, 491 visa on 23 February 2020. Does anyone have any idea which visa or which place is the best or appropriate for getting early invitation. I'm so much confused here.

 

Thank you

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15 hours ago, Dipi said:

Hi guys, 

it's so lovely to see all the queries, answers and positive vibes too. 

I do have some queries too, if anyone can help me out.

I'm a registered nurse in UK for the last 14 years. I've also done the AHPRA registration recently, last year.

I've submitted EOI with 75 points including state nomination points for Regional Queensland, 491 visa on 23 February 2020. Does anyone have any idea which visa or which place is the best or appropriate for getting early invitation. I'm so much confused here.

 

Thank you

BSMQ PROCESSING UPDATE 25 MARCH 2020

  • BSMQ has now temporarily closed OFFSHORE processing for subclass 491 due to COVID-19 crisis and the closure of Queensland’s borders on Wednesday 25 March 2020.
  • BSMQ will inform applicants via the BSMQ website and social media pages when OFFSHORE processing recommences.
  • BSMQ is open to nominations for ONSHORE subclass 491 applicants who continue to meet Queensland state nomination criteria.


    Copy from BSMQ websites , they processing onshore application only for now



    Maybe you should try Tasmania 491 Category 3A - Overseas Applicant  , as they priorities high demand occupations's application due to Covid-19 (all the nurse ANZSCO code listed inside the Tasmanian Skilled Occupations List)

    https://www.migration.tas.gov.au/news/subclass_491_category_3a_-_subclass_491_category_3a_-_overseas_applicant_restrictions
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Hi

I have graduated from Bachelors of Nursing in Dec 2019. I have Superior English. I currently have 75 points of my own. I have already lodged EOI on 04/03/2020 for 189 and 190 for Victoria.. I hold dual registration as an RN and EEN. Currently working as a casual RN/EEN for a couple of nursing agency as I did not get into a graduate program. 

Can you please advice me If I should lodge an application at Live in Melbourne too because I saw that I don't need to lodge an application as they will pick from skill select. And should I mention about my current employment as a casual nurse?

Thanks

Deepak

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Hi

I have graduated from Bachelors of Nursing in Dec 2019 from Victoria Uni, Melbourne. I have Superior English. I currently have 75 points of my own. I have already lodged EOI on 04/03/2020 for 189 and 190 for Victoria. I hold dual registration as an RN and EEN. Currently working as a casual RN/EEN for a couple of nursing agency as I did not get into a graduate program. 

Can you please advice me If I should lodge an application at Live in Melbourne too because I saw that I don't need to lodge an application as they will pick from skill select. And should I mention about my current employment as a casual nurse?

Thanks

Deepak

 

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13 minutes ago, deepaknurse said:

Hi

I have graduated from Bachelors of Nursing in Dec 2019. I have Superior English. I currently have 75 points of my own. I have already lodged EOI on 04/03/2020 for 189 and 190 for Victoria.. I hold dual registration as an RN and EEN. Currently working as a casual RN/EEN for a couple of nursing agency as I did not get into a graduate program. 

Can you please advice me If I should lodge an application at Live in Melbourne too because I saw that I don't need to lodge an application as they will pick from skill select. And should I mention about my current employment as a casual nurse?

Thanks

Deepak

If you are eligible for recent graduate pathway, you can directly lodge your application at live in Melbourne website after filing your 190 EOI in skill select. You don't have to wait for a pre-invite in that case. 


ANZSCO-254415, Registered Nurse (Critical care & Emergency)-Offshore

IELTS (L-8.5/R-8/W-7/S-8): Oct, 2017 (on third attempt); Applied in AHPRA- Feb, 2018; Got Referral letter from AHPRA- May, 2018; Did overseas bridging program in NSW: Nov, 2018-Mar, 2019, Did PTE (L/R/W/S-79+): Jan, 2019 (On first attempt); Re-applied in AHPRA: Mar, 2019; Gain Professional Licence as RN- April, 2019; ANMAC skill assessment +ve: June, 2019: EOI initial submission date for 189 & 190 with 70 & 70+5 points- July, 2019

Updated D.O.E for 189 with 85 points: 05/01/2020
Updated D.O.E for 190 with 90 points: 05/01/2020


Age-30, PTE-20, Edu-15, Overseas work exp-10, Single-10,
State sponsorship-5

PRE-INVITE: 16/01/2020 from VIC (190)
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State Nomination Application submission: 16/01/2020
FINAL INVITE: 24/02/2020
VISA Lodged: 06/03/2020
Indian PCC done: 27/02/2020
Medicals Done: 07/03/2020

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On 29/02/2020 at 18:00, Nurse77 said:

Hello,

Good luck on receiving a pre-invite from Victoria. I am also a registered nurse in the U.S., done my ANMAC assessment last year, but I only have 1.5 year of nursing experience. Hopefully, Victoria will keep the same requirements and I will be able to apply after 6 months....although my score is not as high as yours...

Keep us posted regarding the AHPRA outcome....

 

 

So .. I’m happy to announce that I’ve got my nomination for Victoria .. glory be to God 

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ANZSCO-254415, Registered Nurse (Critical care & Emergency)-Offshore
 
June , 2019 PTE (L/R/W/S-85 );ANMAC skill assessment  +Ve in March 2019 ; EOI initial submission date for 189 & 190 with 75 & 75+5 points- July, 2019.Applied in AHPRA- December 2019; pending. approval in principle from AHPRA-
EOI updated with DOE 15/02/2020  with  85 +5 SS ;pre-invite for VIC: 26/02/2020; EOI in 190 QSlnd  submitted on 15/2/2020. Submitted  application for Vic 10/03/2020. AHPRA approval in principle 30/3/2020. VIC nomination approved 1/4/2020. Preparing to lodge 190 visa for VIC 

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On 01/04/2020 at 02:24, BellaB said:

So .. I’m happy to announce that I’ve got my nomination for Victoria .. glory be to God 

Hello and congratulations!!!

Were you able to apply for Victoria nomination without the AHPRA in-principle approval?

 

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49 minutes ago, Nurse77 said:

Hello and congratulations!!!

Were you able to apply for Victoria nomination without the AHPRA in-principle approval?

 

They won't stop you applying without in-principle approval.   However, if you get invited, they may give you only a month to get it - which is impossible.


Scot by birth, emigrated 1985 | Aussie husband applied UK spouse visa Jan 2015, granted March 2015, moved to UK May 2015 | Returned to Oz June 2016

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