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.
> @MidnightPanda12 said: > > @jar0 said: > > > @nika1234 said: > > > > @jar0 said: > > > > > @whimpee said: > > > > > > @jar0 said: > > > > > > nakapagsubmit din ROI under highly skilled..matagal ba ito? may nakapagtry neto before? > > > > > > > > > > > > [preview] > > > > > > > > I am an agricultural engineer ba may background working on solar powered irrigation systems. Does that mean that I can apply with the highly skilled stream, via the hi-tech experience. 3 years in yung work experience ko dun pero not recent (2 years ago). > > Daamn tagal ng assesmwnt result (kaasubmit ko lang today 😂😂) > Pwede cguro sa renewable energy engineer check your ANZCO code din kung pwede siya sa highly skilled na stream..tapos sa ROI section you need to outline din yung role.. Pero yeah wait and see anu result ng skills assessment.. Need kasi sa EOI yan..then you can log the ROI..Good Luck! :)
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.
> @whimpee said: > > @lukey said: > > Hi Tanong ko lng po: if 491 visa ako (main applicant), and ung dependents ko (husband and son) Ay 491 visa din, kelangn ba main applicant ung May job for 3 years para mag apply ng 191 after or pwede na si husband (dependent) ung mag apply ng 191 visa after 3 years na May job cya. Take note past 45 yrs old na cya. Waiting plng kame ng visa grant. Just curious pra mka strategize kung kaya in case Isa lng samin ang makahanap ng job sa aussie. Thank you > > As far as I know, either of you can be the main applicant, though it wouldn't hurt to have both of you declare income for 3 years. Wala din naman na yung minimum income requirement. Thank you @whimpee
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.
> @"Ryan A" said: > Hello. recently naglodge ako ng visa application ko (189) and then ginawa kong non-migrating member ung partner ko as de facto. ngaun nag require ung case officer ng evidence. na submit ko naman ung evidences and ngayon under assesment parin ung visa ko mga 3 weeks na. ask ko lang po kung ano ang kalalabasan ng partner ko kung dependent ba or parnter visa. ang pagkakalaam ko kasi magkaiba ang fee ng dependent and partner visa. TIA sa sasagot. good day! hello, may i know ano progress dito?
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.
Good Day! Tanong ko lang po. I am under 482 visa and kasama na partner ko. We are planning to be in the Phils in a few months. My partner has started working here. Will she also need an OEC to fly out of the Philippines? Kasi sa pagkaka intindi ko she has a contract and we are both on temporary residence- that means para na ring OFW ang status nya. And nope, we cannot wait until mag PR kami before visiting our country, so waiting for the PR is not an option for this situation. Hopefully someone can share their knowledge regarding this. Thanks!
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> @flancheesecake said: > Hello! Paano po ang process pag nakakuha na dati ng SG COC at kailangan ulit magrequest dahil expired na pero hindi na based sa Singapore? Kailangan pa rin po ba magpadala ng fingerprint? Hi all, I have the same question po. Meron po ba naka try ulit to request SG COC? I have hard time accessing their website. Thanks po.
> @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.
> @Xxxc said: > Hi, just want to seek for an advice. I am a registered nurse and registered Midwife. I am a medicine graduate also but not yet a passer. Yung husband ko nasa au n as engineer, kakaalis Lang niya nung July at balak namin pumunta dun next year after ng school year ngaun, may 3 kids kami. Tanong ko Lang po sana Kung may bridging course din po ang medicine sa au? At Kung anong visa mas maganda sa amin ng 3 kids ko. Salamat po sa sasagot > > > Hi, I'm not a migration agent but based on what my experience, these are your options: 1. If your husband is a PR, he can apply you and your kids as dependents. You become PR too. PRs are almost like citizens, same benefits, except you cannot vote and PH passport. 2. If you husband is not a PR (e.g., Student Visa), there is no pathway for doctors from what I know. I know very little about specialists being accepted here but check the link I posted above. 3. You have a higher chance of getting a PR visa as a nurse - its highly in demand here at the moment. Best to check a registered migration agent. TIP: Dont bring your kids here if you are not a PR yet, school fees are very expensive.
> @HondaCity said: > am about to get my medicals done to continue my visa process. Grounds kaya for rejection if i have controlled hyper tension and controlled stage 2 kidney disease? Di pa naman ganun ka taas yung createnine ko. nasa less than 120 lang. > > will it better kung di ko sabihin na may ckd ako? kase its usual naman di ito mapansin kase wala itong symptoms. If controlled naman with medication it might not be too severe? Alam ko they look at the potential costs on the Australian healthcare for your condition, as mentioned by @Ozdrims so it varies by severity of the case. Try getting clearances from the doctors helping handle your condition, in case that could help. I don't know exactly the possible consequences of not declaring the condition, but personally I think you'd risk having them find out na you knew about it prior to/during visa application and you intentionally failed to declare... and you might risk your position. Not saying that to scare you, just to let you know the risks. All the best.
> > > > > > > @BertGasenoSaher said: > > > > > > > > @danyan2001us said: > > > > > > > > Hello guys, > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Kumusta kayong lahat lalo na ung nmga kapatid natin dito sa Melbourne. Next road trip namin would be from Melbourne to Warnambool...a 3- hour drive to Warnambool kung saan may hotel na may sikat na hot spa....maganda rin ang mga view while on the way to the destination. Just tell us if you want to join us guys...... > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Sino po ba mga kasama, would be good to see Warnambool again. > > > > > > > > > > > > Hello Bro Bert sorry for late reply medyo na busy na hehe....anyway mga friends namin ang kasama then we will just identify the dates....inform kita if may new plan na...saan banda ka dito sa Melbourne? > > > > > > > > > > Hi kuya, I live in Forest Hill eastern suburb. My car naman ako so kahit western sub kayo ok lang saken. > > > > > > > > Hello Bro Bert, good to hear that....we will see this coming long weekend ....sana bandang North pala kami pero we are close made by our transpo means hehe....tingnan natin saan ang gala natin ngayong long weekend ...available ka ba kung long drive saka overnight like mag AirBnB tayo?....kami dalawang couple na kami dito pero mas marami mas masaya hehe....taga Davao pala kami sa atin sa Pinas ikaw taga saan ka sa atin if you dont mind? > > > > > > Taga Marinduque ako. My number is 0480264081 just update me, yes definitely can do long drive airbnb. > > > > > > I go to my sister's sa Doreen so minsan nasa North side din ako. > > > > Wow so maybe nadadaanan mo na nag area namin sa may Kalkallo right after sa Craigeburn..anyway we will let you know if matutuloy kami sa plano namin ngayong long weekend (AFL GRand Finals) either mag airBnB kamis a Mornington Peninsula or sa Warenambool.... > > Hi, dito pala ako sa NSW at babalik sa Vic maybe on 30th sept o 1 oct so di ako makakasama. Nag drive ako pa NSW para makasama sa holiday ng. Sisters family. Sa sunod na outing na lamg ako sasama sa inyo. Ok lang yon Bro anyway may mga ibang pagkakataon pa naman. Enjoy your days in NSW maganda din dyan. ANyway looking forward sa long weekend natin dito sa Victoria next week.
> @omegamega said: > Hello po sa lahat. 491 visa holder here at galing na sa Australia for a year via Singapore pero nag resign at umuwi ng pilipinas for family reasons. Pabalik na ako soon sa Australia at wala pa akong work na mababalikan. Tanong ko lang if visa lang ba sapat na sa immigration para palalabasin or kailangan pa talaga ng iba pang documents? Please advise kung may nakaranas ng ganito or similar. Hirap kasi sa situation ng immigration natin ngayon. Alam nyo naman dito sa pilipinas. Salamat po Might be best to also prepare documents showing that you've left your employer like a COE that shows your end date with them.
> @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
Hi, We have a available room for rent with own toilet and bath. House is walking distance to Wellard train station and bus stops. 31 minutes to Perth City. Prefer female , couple and not working night shifts. Thanks Interested you can messgae me.
> @onahgondo said: > mas madali ba ang naati kesa pte? iniisip ko kung worth it ba ang naati sa 5pts o iretake na lang si pte? hindi ko kasi naabot ung superior last pte exam ko pero ung 3 parts ng exam halos umabot lahat sa 79. Hindi sila comparable - in PTE no translation but you need to be fluent and kahit inaccurate pwede pero sa NAATI you need to be precise sa translation and avoid major errors ,if you are trying to max out the points to get invited you can try NAATI.
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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