For people who are not sponsored by an employer and who have skills in particular occupations required in Australia. Applicants satisfy the age requirement, English language skill, and work experience or a completed eligible Australian qualification.
> @_sebodemacho said: > > @kayenzky said: > > hello! just came back from a 5 year hiatus sa pagchase ng AU Dream. question, on claiming partner points (if different skill/no skill assessment si partner) dapat ba cyang magtake ng PTE/IELTS to claim yung 5pts? > > Read here https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/skilled-independent-189/points-table#content-index-10 > > Nasa sayo kung gusto mong mag claim ng 5pts for your partner's English competency. Kung kaya, and eligible naman sagarin nyo nang 10pts kasama na skills nya through assessment. thanks! problem is, hindi kasi IT related ang naging work ng hubby ko kahit Computer Engineering graduate cya. :( btw, when you say "must also be an applicant for this visa" what does it mean? **Your spouse or de facto partner must also be an applicant for this visa and has competent English For you to be eligible for the award of these points your partner must be an applicant for the same visa subclass and must not be an Australian permanent resident or an Australian citizen.**
This visa allows skilled workers (who are nominated by their employer in regional Australia) to live and work in Australia permanently. Occupation must be on the relevant list of eligible skilled occupations to qualify and must have at least Competent English.
> @RheaMARN1171933 said: > > @anacaf said: > > > @RheaMARN1171933 said: > > > > @anacaf said: > > > > Question po. Miss @RheaMARN1171933 if granted po ako 491 visa last April, affected pa po ba ako if magbago ang imimeet na income threshold or 53900aud pa din po? Thank you. > > > > > > No. This requirement will be implemented from July, in the new Migration year. If your was granted prior to the changes then it won’t be applicable for you. > > > > > > > Thats good to know. Thank you, ms. Rhea. Another question po, sa mga clients nyo po na 491 visa holder, kayo pa din po naguupdate sa immi acct nila ng change of details (address, phone number, etc.) Or binibigay nyo na po yung acct kay client nyo po? > > > > And if manghingi po si DHA ng evidence ng address, employer, etc., binibigay na lang po ba ni client sa inyo then kayo po magssubmit or si client na nagsesend directly kay DHA? > > I only have one immiaccount for all clients so can’t give that out 😆, once visa application decision is finalised, that’s the end of our services. Ganun po ba. Pano po pag nanghingi ng update si DHA, sino po makakareceive nun? Kayo po o si visa holder? Then who will update changes/submit docs asked by DHA?
This category is for families of permanent residents or citizens who wish to join their familes in Australia. Various family visa categories are available, from fiances, partners, children, parents and other family members of Australian citizens.
Hello mga kababayan! Recently lang na invite ako for 189 visa dito sa Australia. Nag fifill up ako ng form 80 at may part doon ng identity documents. Ilalagay ko sana ang birth certificate ko pati sa form 1221. Tinatanong doon ang full name ko sa identity docs ang problema ko sa birth certificate ko middle initial ang nakalagay imbis na middle name. Sa lahat ng forms at visas ko dito sa Au, ksama lagi ang middle name ko at hindi naman naging issue noon ang birth certificate ko until now na magfill up nko ng form 80 at 1221. Please share po sa mga naka experience ng same situation ko ngayon. Thank you ☺️
For lawfully operating Australian and overseas employers to employ approved skilled workers for temporary vacancies in particular occupations required in Australia. Temporary visas can offer a pathway to a permanent visa.
Not sure if this is the right thread to ask but: Yung employer ko po kasi is trying to check other option, Gusto nya ako magtourist visa and then apply for a VISA 186 DE at the same time kukuha siya ng Bridging visa para kapag expire na yung tourist visa ko ay pwde pa ako mgstay sa AU.Since Onshore daw ay mas mabilis. 1) Is it legally possible to shift from tourist visa >bridging visa>working visa (186DE) 2) If so, pwede ba ako magwork while on a bridging visa. Original option is to lodge 186DE and wait. Yung Agent nya kasi nagtitingin ng ibang ways to fast track yung process to obtain working visa. I'm Offshore (sg based). Thank you.
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> @Pandabelle0405 said: > @Heprex congrats sir naalala kita lage at kinukulit sa mga tips ng pte at iba pang iinquiry,, kami naman malapit p lng sa finish line ng 189 grant atleast umuusad kahit delayed.. sana tuloy mo lng pag help mo sa forum lalo sa mga newbies.. congrats po ulit godbless😊 Thank you! I can only just share my experience now, medyo outdate na knowledge ko sa mga policies. hehe keep pushing, nothing's impossible, one day, it's yours. :smile:
> @Chris91 said: > Hi newbie here, expat from singapore. > Pa-advice po if anyone opened credit card in Singapore and used in it Australia. > I am still waiting for my grant but want to prepare these things in advance. > Thanks appreciate any response.
> @tofu888 said: > > @IamTim said: > > > @ga2au said: > > > > @IamTim said: > > > > > @ga2au said: > > > > > > @IamTim said: > > > > > > > @ga2au said: > > > > > > > Any game pwede ko namang aralin. Hahhaa para may pinoy lang na kalaro. 😊 > > > > > > > > > > > > Maglagay ulit ako ng Valorant namiss ko din makipagbarilan tapos laro tayo haha :smile: > > > > > > > > > > > > Mobile legends din madali magkayayaan kasi phone lang kailangan hahaha. > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Tara valo! Hahha anung rank mo? > > > > > > > > Mejo matagal na ko di naglaro eh tsaka wala rin ako kalaro kaya inalis ko na sa PC hahaha. Mababa lang rank ko dun pero kung may kalaro tara pa rank up ako haha. Ayusin ko mamaya pag-uwi :smile: > > > > > > Yown! Nasa Australia day event ako. Haha add moko send ko ign ko.haha > > > > Okie, game mamaya hahahaha > > __ > mga sirs! nagtry ako magvalo a year ago and nagbabalik loob ako now. pwede po pasali and paturo??? huhu haha Anung IGN mo? Hehhe laro minsan. Are u in Australia?
> @ga2au said: > > @d_b said: > > May pwede po makapagshare ng recent experience nila for a lone immigrant for NSW? Average monthly expense siguro sa food, rent, commute, utilities, phone, etc. Thank you 🙏🏼 > > It varies really. Since your alone, probably much cheaper ang pag relocate. For accommodation, you can rent a room, since mag isa ka. Thats probably depends on the location ng house, pero baka may mahanap ka ng 250-300 per week. We dont eat out kasi mahal food sa labas, so if u cook at home and un din baon mo makakatipid ka. 100-150 per week will do. Commute to city depends kung san ja galing. From herr sa Blacktown to city, parang 7$ per trip.pero kung maka 8 trips ka, libre na sususnod mong sakay. Kung magsasakyan ka, i dont recommend it kung titira ka sa city. Kasi mahal parking dun, kung sa suburb ka pwede kang magdrive to any nearby park to ride na train station, tapos take the train from there. Libre parking basta ginamit mo ung opal travel card mo sa train. Utilities varies din sa usage mo. But ung phone namin whch is Telstra is I recharge it every 28 days for 30$. > > Kung magrerelocate ka dito, magastos ung mga unang bwan mo kasi for sure mamimili ka ng mga gamit sa bahay at gamit mo. Ngaun mejo nag iimbak na kami ng mga winter clothes kasi lumalamig na. May mga gastos din pala sa pag convert ng Driver's license at register ng kotse. Evn pag register malaki din nagastos namin. Yan ang sagot! haha Thanks @ga2au, napakainsightful ng mga responses mo. I'll keep in touch and continue to post questions.
Hello everyone! I have a physiotherapist friend po here in PH and magtatanong lang po kami about sa assessment para maging physiotherapist po jaan sa AU. 1. Need po ba ng experience? (as shown po kasi sa fact sheet na nakita namin wala po kaming nakitang exp required parang license lang po ata. 2. If need ng experience atleats ilang years po? 3. Is there a way to come to AU po na no need ng experience pagiging physiotherapist 4. Mga magkano po nagastos ninyo? 5. Ano pong visa ang mas maganda kunin?
> @diannaC said: > Hi. Our hospital is in need for RN. We have good migration agent din. We are located sa regional (3 hrs away from Sydney). They are offering 186 visa for successful applicant. Meaning, direct PR ka na. I can help. Send me CV para i can give it to my incharge. Hi! Any way na a non-forum member can connect with you directly? Will be sharing this with my contacts :)
Going back home sana to Manila for a short trip and while filling out the form for etravel, there's a question about OFWs. I'm unclear if 485 visa is considered OFW, and sorry if this has been asked before but the search function wasn't really showing any useful results. Wala rin akong ma-Google. Is there anyone who knows about this? Thank you very much!
> @athelene said: > > @lyleeee said: > > Hi po! I am an Architect currently residing here in the Philippines and am seeking new career opportunities, particularly in the role of BIM Drafting or Modelling in Revit. As someone who is planning to make a similar move down under within the next 2 years either NSW o Victoria, I couldn't help but be curious about your experiences and insights. Gusto ko po sana magwork remotely under a firm para mafamiliarize ko po ang standards at practice beforehand. I would be happy to send my portfolio and resume kung may opening for a remote worker. > > > > I'm all ears for any friendly advice or recommendations you might have for someone like me who is just starting to plan their relocation and career transition to Australia. I applied in Indeed, Seek, and Jobstreet but to no luck have been shortlisted because of work arrangements -- remote work. Maraming salamat po! > > Most Australian employers here look to hire people living locally (and usually PR/citizen status is preferred), as it is better/easier for coordination. Knowledge on standards will come when you actually start working in the firm. Maybe consider looking for PH-based firm that does outsourcing services for Australia? At least until you can figure out your visa to work in Australia. Thank you, @athelene. I appreciate your response. At the moment, finding a job that does outsourcing jobs for Australia is hard, but I'm sure I can land a job anytime soon. If it isn't too much trouble, may I ask how was your journey as a Filipino Architect moving to Australia? Did you work on jobs that render services to Australian jobs as well?
Hi Sushi, I know you posted this last April but just a query if you have an upcoming available room for July? I work Werribee and Sunshine so I’d be keen to live around Wyndham vale. Harpley is an easy access to a train station. Let me know . Thanks
> @CinnZinn said: > I got an invite po for 190 ACT nomination, may I know po ano pong acceptable financial capacity for a family of 2 (myself and my spouse) ngayon po for ACT? And does it have to still be notarized po? > Wala kasi akong mahanap online na basis for ACT. Salamat sa makakasagot po. I don't think may prescribed amount sila. I think you can check NT, meron silang table. The declaration needs to be notarized.
Good day po to all and kay boss @Ren , plan ko po mag masteral of IT sa SA/Adelaide, yung asawa ko AIMS passer na po siya Med Tech, ang tanong ko po makakapag full time job po kaya siya kahit lab technician? Isa po kasi sa kinakatakot nya yan ang hindi makahanap ng trabaho to sustain. Salamat
> @reachmond said: > Following up po, baka meron po ditong makapansin, mag migrate po kami soon sa ALBANY at nakakuha po ng job c misis ko sa JUNIPER Korumup at on process npo VISA nmin... Looking for House or 2 rooms to rent po. Salamat! Hello po..I have an incoming interview po sa Juniper Albany din..may taning po sana ako sa kung kumusta na mn yung interview ni misis mo? Ang kumusta na po yung visa processing onshore po ba kayo? Thank you
Thank you po! > @era222 said: > > @bloombery2020 said: > > Sorry po dami papa typo: Again, > > > > Is the NAATI-CCL Exam only for those on shore or in Australia na? And if Off Shore po what are the steps to take to get this +5 points? Thank you! > > > > I already got the NAATI website pero I'm not sure which particular exam to take. > > > > Thank you! > > You can take it as an offshore applicant. Passing it gives you +5 points, so really the only step to take to get it is to pass the exam. Take the CCL Filipino exam: https://www.naati.com.au/services/ccl/ Dyan din sa same official website ka makakapag-book ng exam mo. It's an online exam, can do from home. > > There's a separate thread dito sa forum dedicated to CCL, tips and resources for studying, so that may come in handy. Best of luck!
> @gem12179 said: > Hey guys ask q lang about the caregiver course I took a long time ago kung magagamit q ba to apply sa australia? I'm already 38 at ewan kung qualified pa age q. Tafe in 6 months and meron silang job placement agad. Super mega ultra in demand kasi binigyan silang raise ng fees and if temporary ka, gagawin in 2 years, permanent ka na. And kung student ka, unli working hours up to sawa kahit na sa July 1, 2023 to December 31, 2023.
Magandang araw po sa lahat, I'll be moving to Darwin next month and am currently looking for a place to stay. Okay po sana if one br or one rm sa house sharing within CBD area. Any insight po would be highly appreciated salamat!
Hello my fellow Kababayan! I was hoping if anyone can help me find a job here in Cairns. I am currently studying but I can work 20 hours a week during school term and full time during Christmas Holiday. I can do any kind of work. Thank you!
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> @roldan008 said: > Hi gusto ko lang po ishare ung isang sitwasyon po ng kasama namin na pa Australia. Isa pong mekaniko, kami po ay nakatapos at nakapasa sa Vettassess para sa isang mining company sa Australia, sa kasamaang palad ng dahil sa Covid , hindi na po natuloy ang aming pag alis. Ngayon hinanapan kami ng Agency ng new employer, at naging ok na ung isa naming kasama. ang concern ko lang po, okay po ba yong ginawa ng agency na kami daw ang magbabayad ng Vettassess fee and twice daw namin babayaran ito dahil nakadalawang employer kami. > > salamat po sa makakapag bigay ng Idea and information. Isang positive skills assessment(result letter) ay ok na po kahit ilang employer pa pu yan. di na di na po kailangan ng reassessment.
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> @ga2au said: > > @patl said: > > Updating this thread. I've only been staying in SG for several months. Ano po ba ang mga mamimiss sa SG? Para matry man lang at masulit bago ang Big Move. Thanks > > Hokkien mee sa may bandang geylang. Name is Swee guan Hokkien mee. hawker lang pla talaga at tax rate haha. thanks po sa input.
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