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On 19/07/2019 at 04:52, Harmann said:

Hi, hope you guys doing great!

I am currently holding 65 points and turning 25 next month so i'll be having 70 points from next month. So i was just wandering, is there  any chance of getting 189 (registered nurse- nec) on 70 points or not really? if not is there any other recommendations.

Thanks  heaps!

You can go ahead in applying for the Subclass 189 Visa for Australia. Looks good. If not you can apply for the subclass 190 visa. 

 

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Hey Guys,

I have submitted EOI for 189/190 visa on 17th July with 70 points for Registered Nurse (Critical care & emergency-254415). What are my chances of getting an invitation next month? Has anyone recently received an invite on the same points from NSW?

Thanks in Advance!


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

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9 hours ago, Pooja Negi said:

Hey Guys,

I have submitted EOI for 189/190 visa on 17th July with 70 points for Registered Nurse (Critical care & emergency-254415). What are my chances of getting an invitation next month? Has anyone recently received an invite on the same points from NSW?

Thanks in Advance!

Do you have 65 points for 189? The chance for invite is very very low. If you have 70 points for 190 the chances are good but it'll depend on the state you applied to. 


31/5 - 26/7/2018 - Monash University bridging program for internationally qualified nurses, 5/8/2018 - APHRA registration, 12/9/2018 - ANMAC modified skill assessment, 18/2/2019 - PTE Academic overal score 88 (R 83, L 90, W 81, S 90), 21/2/2019 - EOI for 189 and for 190 visa (NSW, VIC) lodged, 25/2/2019 - VIC 190 state nomination pre-invitation received (65+5 points, Registered Nurse (surgical) ANZSCO 254424), 03/04/2019 invitation received after submitting comittment letter to VIC government, 30/05/2019 application for VIC 190 submitted 25/11/2019 VISA GRANTED!!

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9 hours ago, Pooja Negi said:

Hey Guys,

I have submitted EOI for 189/190 visa on 17th July with 70 points for Registered Nurse (Critical care & emergency-254415). What are my chances of getting an invitation next month? Has anyone recently received an invite on the same points from NSW?

Thanks in Advance!

Hi, 

I've submitted EOI for 189 with 70 points as well, I know people in our same situation have been waiting for few months. As Martina said you might get better chances with 190 depending on the state. 

Does anyone know if there's different chances to get invitation sooner if you're medical instead of critical care nurse or viceversa for example, or all registered nurses have same chances to get invited? 

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15 minutes ago, peimika said:

 

Does anyone know if there's different chances to get invitation sooner if you're medical instead of critical care nurse or viceversa for example, or all registered nurses have same chances to get invited? 

Hi Peimika, 

I *think* chances for invitation actually depend on your ANZSCO code, so different for all types of registered nurses. I'm surgical and was invited within 3 days however, my friend who is NEC waited 4 months for invitation. Others I know with same points but different specialisation have been waiting for invitation since February. 

It would be only logical if they were inviting those who are most needed first. 

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31/5 - 26/7/2018 - Monash University bridging program for internationally qualified nurses, 5/8/2018 - APHRA registration, 12/9/2018 - ANMAC modified skill assessment, 18/2/2019 - PTE Academic overal score 88 (R 83, L 90, W 81, S 90), 21/2/2019 - EOI for 189 and for 190 visa (NSW, VIC) lodged, 25/2/2019 - VIC 190 state nomination pre-invitation received (65+5 points, Registered Nurse (surgical) ANZSCO 254424), 03/04/2019 invitation received after submitting comittment letter to VIC government, 30/05/2019 application for VIC 190 submitted 25/11/2019 VISA GRANTED!!

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10 minutes ago, Martina said:

Hi Peimika, 

I *think* chances for invitation actually depend on your ANZSCO code, so different for all types of registered nurses. I'm surgical and was invited within 3 days however, my friend who is NEC waited 4 months for invitation. Others I know with same points but different specialisation have been waiting for invitation since February. 

It would be only logical if they were inviting those who are most needed first. 

Thank you for this information.

I was trying to do the maths calculating how long I'd have to wait based on other nurses' experience, but they're all different ANZSCO. 

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On 03/08/2019 at 02:31, Martina said:

Do you have 65 points for 189? The chance for invite is very very low. If you have 70 points for 190 the chances are good but it'll depend on the state you applied to. 

Hello Martina,

No, I have 70 points for 189. I have put EOI for 190 as well for NSW as I stayed there during my Bridging program. I hope I get an invitation when the immigration will take out the invites on 11th of this month.

Also, any idea when the respective states take out there invitations. I'm expecting I will get from NSW seeing my 70+5 points. Fingers crossed.


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

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On 03/08/2019 at 02:49, peimika said:

Hi, 

I've submitted EOI for 189 with 70 points as well, I know people in our same situation have been waiting for few months. As Martina said you might get better chances with 190 depending on the state. 

Does anyone know if there's different chances to get invitation sooner if you're medical instead of critical care nurse or viceversa for example, or all registered nurses have same chances to get invited? 

Hello,

When did you submit your EOI?

Also, I guess Registered Nurses scoring Points for PR does not go more than 75 unlike occupations like accountants or engineers whose point exceeds 80/85 mark. So, does this mean registered nurses who are having highest point also stand a high chance of receiving an invite than those RN who have low points?


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

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8 minutes ago, Pooja Negi said:

Hello,

When did you submit your EOI?

Also, I guess Registered Nurses scoring Points for PR does not go more than 75 unlike occupations like accountants or engineers whose point exceeds 80/85 mark. So, does this mean registered nurses who are having highest point also stand a high chance of receiving an invite than those RN who have low points?

Hi, 

 

I submitted in June with 65, then I updated last week with 70 when I got the NAATI result. I only submitted for 189 for now, I'll wait few months to see what happens in November, if I can claim more points for not being married. 

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7 hours ago, peimika said:

Hi, 

 

I submitted in June with 65, then I updated last week with 70 when I got the NAATI result. I only submitted for 189 for now, I'll wait few months to see what happens in November, if I can claim more points for not being married. 

Hello,

Yeah, Immigration rules will change in November and i can also get 10 points for being single. But I'm hoping I don't have to wait by then. So keeping my fingers crossed for this month's 189/190 invitations. 
I did my bridging program on visitor visa and came back to my home country as soon as it got completed. So. I'm really hoping to start working in Aus as a RN at the earliest.


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

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On 02/08/2019 at 16:19, peimika said:

Hi, 

I've submitted EOI for 189 with 70 points as well, I know people in our same situation have been waiting for few months. As Martina said you might get better chances with 190 depending on the state. 

Does anyone know if there's different chances to get invitation sooner if you're medical instead of critical care nurse or viceversa for example, or all registered nurses have same chances to get invited? 

Hello,

Did you get your skill assessment for RN (Medical)?

I have a difficult time deciding which ANZSCO code to use. I am a registered nurse working at a clinic for asthma and allergies, and cannot decide between RN (nec), RN (Medical),  or RN (medical practice). I even asked a few migration agents and they all told me different things. I am really confused and do not want to pick a wrong ANZSCO code.

anybody here with a similar experience? Any recommendations for good migration agencies?

thanks,

kate

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1 hour ago, Nurse77 said:

Hello,

Did you get your skill assessment for RN (Medical)?

I have a difficult time deciding which ANZSCO code to use. I am a registered nurse working at a clinic for asthma and allergies, and cannot decide between RN (nec), RN (Medical),  or RN (medical practice). I even asked a few migration agents and they all told me different things. I am really confused and do not want to pick a wrong ANZSCO code.

anybody here with a similar experience? Any recommendations for good migration agencies?

thanks,

kate

Hi Kate, 

Did you try contact ANMAC? they might be able to help


31/5 - 26/7/2018 - Monash University bridging program for internationally qualified nurses, 5/8/2018 - APHRA registration, 12/9/2018 - ANMAC modified skill assessment, 18/2/2019 - PTE Academic overal score 88 (R 83, L 90, W 81, S 90), 21/2/2019 - EOI for 189 and for 190 visa (NSW, VIC) lodged, 25/2/2019 - VIC 190 state nomination pre-invitation received (65+5 points, Registered Nurse (surgical) ANZSCO 254424), 03/04/2019 invitation received after submitting comittment letter to VIC government, 30/05/2019 application for VIC 190 submitted 25/11/2019 VISA GRANTED!!

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11 hours ago, Nurse77 said:

Hello,

Did you get your skill assessment for RN (Medical)?

I have a difficult time deciding which ANZSCO code to use. I am a registered nurse working at a clinic for asthma and allergies, and cannot decide between RN (nec), RN (Medical),  or RN (medical practice). I even asked a few migration agents and they all told me different things. I am really confused and do not want to pick a wrong ANZSCO code.

anybody here with a similar experience? Any recommendations for good migration agencies?

thanks,

kate

Hello,

If your major experience is in this clinic for Asthma/Allergies then I think your ANZSCO code will be RN (Medical). Moreover, you can contact ANMAC for this confusion, they might be able to help you out.

https://www.nursingcareersaustralia.com/services-we-offer/migration-services/
They can help you with your migration process. Highly recommended.


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

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I did, they said they cannot help with that. I will try again and see what happens.

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13 hours ago, Pooja Negi said:

Hello,

If your major experience is in this clinic for Asthma/Allergies then I think your ANZSCO code will be RN (Medical). Moreover, you can contact ANMAC for this confusion, they might be able to help you out.

https://www.nursingcareersaustralia.com/services-we-offer/migration-services/
They can help you with your migration process. Highly recommended.

Thank you very much!!!

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23 hours ago, Martina said:

Hi Kate, 

Did you try contact ANMAC? they might be able to help

I did, they said they cannot help with that. I will try again and see what happens.

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On 03/07/2019 at 18:41, Modasser Hossain said:

Hi Martina,

Sorry for asking and disturbing you again. Just wondering do I need to do my skill assesment again? Though last year after finishing my study I had done one RN Nec. 

Since I have now 1 yr experience in surgical that's why i am asking.

Sincerely,

M

Hi M,

I am a registered nurse and i just have two months of experience  in aged care. I am thinking of moving to Tasmania. DO I need a job offer to submit EOI?

THANKS

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5 hours ago, Nurse 101 said:

Hi M,

I am a registered nurse and i just have two months of experience  in aged care. I am thinking of moving to Tasmania. DO I need a job offer to submit EOI?

THANKS

It depends on whether you are submitting the EOI for 189 or 190.


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

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On 09/08/2019 at 08:00, Nurse 101 said:

Hi M,

I am a registered nurse and i just have two months of experience  in aged care. I am thinking of moving to Tasmania. DO I need a job offer to submit EOI?

THANKS

Hi there,

It depends on whether you are applying for 489 or 190. Job offer for offshore application.

For onshore application if you submit for 190 then you need to work on your nominated occupation for 6 months and fulfil other requirements. In case 489 you need to work for 6 months in any field but there is some condition also. Please visit Tasmanian website. It's pretty straight forward.

Please don't delay for 489 as the last date is 20th August to submit EOI.

Sincerely

Mohammad.

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Hi. I’m shortly going to be putting together our expression of interest. My wife is a practice nurse with 9 years experience. So if we go for a 190 visa she will have 85 points. We’re looking to nominate SA as the region we would like to live. Has anybody on here gone through the application without an agent? After a lot of research I’m sure I can do it. 

Also has anybody been granted their visa yet and if so how long did it take to come through?

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24 minutes ago, Jamie Shaman said:

Hi. I’m shortly going to be putting together our expression of interest. My wife is a practice nurse with 9 years experience. So if we go for a 190 visa she will have 85 points. We’re looking to nominate SA as the region we would like to live. Has anybody on here gone through the application without an agent? After a lot of research I’m sure I can do it. 

Also has anybody been granted their visa yet and if so how long did it take to come through?

Hi Jamie, 

A lot of people go through the process without an agent, myself including. As long as there's no issues and your case is not complicated you should be fine, it's pretty straightforward. 

With your wife's points you should be invited soon and the timeline for 190 processing is currently 10-15 months. You can check immi tracker for more info. 

Good luck. 


31/5 - 26/7/2018 - Monash University bridging program for internationally qualified nurses, 5/8/2018 - APHRA registration, 12/9/2018 - ANMAC modified skill assessment, 18/2/2019 - PTE Academic overal score 88 (R 83, L 90, W 81, S 90), 21/2/2019 - EOI for 189 and for 190 visa (NSW, VIC) lodged, 25/2/2019 - VIC 190 state nomination pre-invitation received (65+5 points, Registered Nurse (surgical) ANZSCO 254424), 03/04/2019 invitation received after submitting comittment letter to VIC government, 30/05/2019 application for VIC 190 submitted 25/11/2019 VISA GRANTED!!

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2 hours ago, Martina said:

Hi Jamie, 

A lot of people go through the process without an agent, myself including. As long as there's no issues and your case is not complicated you should be fine, it's pretty straightforward. 

With your wife's points you should be invited soon and the timeline for 190 processing is currently 10-15 months. You can check immi tracker for more info. 

Good luck. 

Hi Martina. 

Thanks for your response. I’m sure I will go down the route of completing the application myself. It’s just a little scary to think that I’m paying out over £6k for visas that I may not get if I don’t fill the paperwork out correctly. Although I’m pretty sure that once I have an EOI all I have to make sure is I’ve completed the form 80 correctly and we’ve had Medicals and police checks carried out in good time. Is there anything obvious I have missed?

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5 minutes ago, Jamie Shaman said:

Hi Martina. 

Thanks for your response. I’m sure I will go down the route of completing the application myself. It’s just a little scary to think that I’m paying out over £6k for visas that I may not get if I don’t fill the paperwork out correctly. Although I’m pretty sure that once I have an EOI all I have to make sure is I’ve completed the form 80 correctly and we’ve had Medicals and police checks carried out in good time. Is there anything obvious I have missed?

Correct! I believe you'll be fine. Does your wife already have AHPRA registration?


31/5 - 26/7/2018 - Monash University bridging program for internationally qualified nurses, 5/8/2018 - APHRA registration, 12/9/2018 - ANMAC modified skill assessment, 18/2/2019 - PTE Academic overal score 88 (R 83, L 90, W 81, S 90), 21/2/2019 - EOI for 189 and for 190 visa (NSW, VIC) lodged, 25/2/2019 - VIC 190 state nomination pre-invitation received (65+5 points, Registered Nurse (surgical) ANZSCO 254424), 03/04/2019 invitation received after submitting comittment letter to VIC government, 30/05/2019 application for VIC 190 submitted 25/11/2019 VISA GRANTED!!

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3 hours ago, Martina said:

Correct! I believe you'll be fine. Does your wife already have AHPRA registration?

She hasn’t yet. I believe it’s AHPRA that she would go to for the “skills assessment”

we are at the very start of the process so the English test has been done. We then need to send references, ielts score needs to be submitted, degree and transcript, passport photo, passport page and marriage certificate. Once we get the skills assessment go ahead we can then put forward our EOI. 

I think I’ve got this right??

thanks for your ongoing help. 

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37 minutes ago, Jamie Shaman said:

She hasn’t yet. I believe it’s AHPRA that she would go to for the “skills assessment”

we are at the very start of the process so the English test has been done. We then need to send references, ielts score needs to be submitted, degree and transcript, passport photo, passport page and marriage certificate. Once we get the skills assessment go ahead we can then put forward our EOI. 

I think I’ve got this right??

thanks for your ongoing help. 

AHPRA is for the Australian nursing registration and ANMAC is for the skill assessment. Unfortunately I can't help with ahpra offshore as my case was different (I got registered while living in Australia). I believe there's a 'registration in principle' and you have to show up in present in Australia for the full registration... Look it up on the forum, someone's done it recently. Keep in mind that anmac takes about 4-6 weeks and ahpra is also lengthy process (and huge pain in the a$$). 

 


31/5 - 26/7/2018 - Monash University bridging program for internationally qualified nurses, 5/8/2018 - APHRA registration, 12/9/2018 - ANMAC modified skill assessment, 18/2/2019 - PTE Academic overal score 88 (R 83, L 90, W 81, S 90), 21/2/2019 - EOI for 189 and for 190 visa (NSW, VIC) lodged, 25/2/2019 - VIC 190 state nomination pre-invitation received (65+5 points, Registered Nurse (surgical) ANZSCO 254424), 03/04/2019 invitation received after submitting comittment letter to VIC government, 30/05/2019 application for VIC 190 submitted 25/11/2019 VISA GRANTED!!

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