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    Just had a look at the list of professions in order to gain points to enable one to apply for a visa. I noticed that my profession is not listed at all. I would be relying on applying as a skilled migrant. I am qualified and I understand that my RCVS qualification is regarded quite highly in Oz...(is apparantly equal to an A level). I have found a fab web site offering jobs for VNs all over Oz who seem keen to employ british nurses. so are there any fellow VNs out there who have been able to gain entry and can share their experiences on application and work etc.

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