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Japan to Australia

Hello po ask ko lang kung Meron pong dating nagwork sa Japan na nasa OZ n nakatira now,curious lang po kung which is better,Japan life or Australia?thanks po:)

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  • superluckycloversuperluckyclover Melbourne, AustraliaPosts: 710Member

    @Hana said:
    Hello po ask ko lang kung Meron pong dating nagwork sa Japan na nasa OZ n nakatira now,curious lang po kung which is better,Japan life or Australia?thanks po:)

    I have an expat Japanese friend and I used to ask her the same question because I know a lot of Aussies who moved to Japan to teach English and for better environment.

    Mas achieve daw kasi sa Australian ang work-life balance. Hindi stressful Hindi masyadong encouraged ang OT lalo na sa workplace na mas maraming locals or locally-owned (my work, Australian employer) pero meron pa ding workplace (like my husband's, Malaysian-Chinese owned) na mataas ang stress levels at puro OT.

    May medicare din dito, at maraming support from the government. Not entirely sure with Japanese government, have to double check this.

    Pero overall, sabi nya income wise, mas masarap kumita sa Australia. :smile:

    261311 - Analyst Programmer | Age: 30 | Education: 15 | Australian Education: 5 | English Proficiency: 20 | NAATI CCL: 5 | Professional Year: 5 | Total: 80

    Timeline:
    26 Oct 2015 - Visa 573 Granted
    01 Nov 2015 - The Eagle has landed
    02 Nov 2015 - First Day High
    15 Feb 2017 - Hubby and Bubba joined me in Melbourne
    01 Dec 2017 - Graduated Masters!
    21 Mar 2018 - Visa 485 Granted
    20 Feb 2019 - Sat NAATI CCL Exam in Adelaide
    21 Mar 2019 - ACS Skills Assessment Positive, Qualification has been assessed as comparable to an AQF Master Degree with a Major in computing.
    23 Apr 2019 - Medicals Cleared - No actions required
    29 Apr 2019 - Submitted EOI for 189
    11 Jul 2019 - ITA received
    23 Jul 2019 - Lodged Visa 189! Speaking life over our PR application ♡
    xx -- 2019 - Golden Visa Grant!

    Mark 11:24 Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.

  • xiaolicoxiaolico AustraliaPosts: 739Member

    @Hana said:
    Hello po ask ko lang kung Meron pong dating nagwork sa Japan na nasa OZ n nakatira now,curious lang po kung which is better,Japan life or Australia?thanks po:)

    if ako, piliin mo kung saan mas malaki chance maging citizen. ayaw mo naman mag stay sa working visa for a long time or forever.

    Computer Network and Systems Engineer - 263111
    Age 33-39- 25points
    English superior- 20points
    Bachelor's Degree- 15points
    Work Experience- 10pts
    Total- 70pts

    July 25, 2016- Lodged ACS
    August 2, 2016- Favorable letter from ACS
    January 10, 2017- Took PTE
    January 12, 2017- PTE exam results (L90 R86 S90 W79)
    January 12, 2017- EOI
    January 18, 2017- ITA received
    January 19, 2017- NBI (hit)
    January 23, 2017- Visa Lodge 189
    January 24, 2017- Medical bgc
    January 27, 2017- NBI clearance received
    February 2, 2017- Medical cleared (no action required)
    February 15, 2017- Grant
    October 26, 2017- Flight to Melbourne
    October 27, 2017- Landed in Melbourne
    July 27, 2018- Moved to Sydney
    October 11, 2019- Wife gave birth to a baby boy
    October 20, 2019- Applied for baby's birth certificate online
    October 23, 2019- Baby boy's birth certificate received
    October 25, 2019- Applied for baby's medicare
    October 31, 2019- Baby's medicare activated
    October 31, 2019- Applied for baby's citizenship certificate
    November 7, 2019- Received baby's citizenship certificate
    November 13, 2019- Applied for baby's passport

  • HanaHana Posts: 5Member

    Yan po ang po ang isa din dahilan kung bakit nag dadalawang isip ako na mag stay here(japan) ,mahirap po ang permanent visa at citizen

    @xiaolico said:

    @Hana said:
    Hello po ask ko lang kung Meron pong dating nagwork sa Japan na nasa OZ n nakatira now,curious lang po kung which is better,Japan life or Australia?thanks po:)

    if ako, piliin mo kung saan mas malaki chance maging citizen. ayaw mo naman mag stay sa working visa for a long time or forever.

  • superluckycloversuperluckyclover Melbourne, AustraliaPosts: 710Member

    @Hana said:
    Yan po ang po ang isa din dahilan kung bakit nag dadalawang isip ako na mag stay here(japan) ,mahirap po ang permanent visa at citizen

    @xiaolico said:

    @Hana said:
    Hello po ask ko lang kung Meron pong dating nagwork sa Japan na nasa OZ n nakatira now,curious lang po kung which is better,Japan life or Australia?thanks po:)

    if ako, piliin mo kung saan mas malaki chance maging citizen. ayaw mo naman mag stay sa working visa for a long time or forever.

    Then move here, hindi ko masasabi na madali, marami din criteria na need i-satisfy ang Australia... I encourage you to explore your options here :)

    261311 - Analyst Programmer | Age: 30 | Education: 15 | Australian Education: 5 | English Proficiency: 20 | NAATI CCL: 5 | Professional Year: 5 | Total: 80

    Timeline:
    26 Oct 2015 - Visa 573 Granted
    01 Nov 2015 - The Eagle has landed
    02 Nov 2015 - First Day High
    15 Feb 2017 - Hubby and Bubba joined me in Melbourne
    01 Dec 2017 - Graduated Masters!
    21 Mar 2018 - Visa 485 Granted
    20 Feb 2019 - Sat NAATI CCL Exam in Adelaide
    21 Mar 2019 - ACS Skills Assessment Positive, Qualification has been assessed as comparable to an AQF Master Degree with a Major in computing.
    23 Apr 2019 - Medicals Cleared - No actions required
    29 Apr 2019 - Submitted EOI for 189
    11 Jul 2019 - ITA received
    23 Jul 2019 - Lodged Visa 189! Speaking life over our PR application ♡
    xx -- 2019 - Golden Visa Grant!

    Mark 11:24 Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.

  • HanaHana Posts: 5Member

    @superluckyclover said:

    @Hana said:
    Hello po ask ko lang kung Meron pong dating nagwork sa Japan na nasa OZ n nakatira now,curious lang po kung which is better,Japan life or Australia?thanks po:)

    I have an expat Japanese friend and I used to ask her the same question because I know a lot of Aussies who moved to Japan to teach English and for better environment.

    Mas achieve daw kasi sa Australian ang work-life balance. Hindi stressful Hindi masyadong encouraged ang OT lalo na sa workplace na mas maraming locals or locally-owned (my work, Australian employer) pero meron pa ding workplace (like my husband's, Malaysian-Chinese owned) na mataas ang stress levels at puro OT.

    May medicare din dito, at maraming support from the government. Not entirely sure with Japanese government, have to double check this.

    Pero overall, sabi nya income wise, mas masarap kumita sa Australia. :smile:

    Mejo iba po talaga cla in terms of work culture pati.may health insurance po kami na binbayaran namin monthly.Kaso May resident tax p po kami monthly mejo mabigat,may resident tax din po b jan?

  • superluckycloversuperluckyclover Melbourne, AustraliaPosts: 710Member

    @Hana said:

    @superluckyclover said:

    @Hana said:
    Hello po ask ko lang kung Meron pong dating nagwork sa Japan na nasa OZ n nakatira now,curious lang po kung which is better,Japan life or Australia?thanks po:)

    I have an expat Japanese friend and I used to ask her the same question because I know a lot of Aussies who moved to Japan to teach English and for better environment.

    Mas achieve daw kasi sa Australian ang work-life balance. Hindi stressful Hindi masyadong encouraged ang OT lalo na sa workplace na mas maraming locals or locally-owned (my work, Australian employer) pero meron pa ding workplace (like my husband's, Malaysian-Chinese owned) na mataas ang stress levels at puro OT.

    May medicare din dito, at maraming support from the government. Not entirely sure with Japanese government, have to double check this.

    Pero overall, sabi nya income wise, mas masarap kumita sa Australia. :smile:

    Mejo iba po talaga cla in terms of work culture pati.may health insurance po kami na binbayaran namin monthly.Kaso May resident tax p po kami monthly mejo mabigat,may resident tax din po b jan?

    Maraming tax rito, pero kita naman sa infrustructure at services na provided by the Australian government kaya di na rin masakit. Ang masasabi ko, maganda magpalaki ng bata rito, napaka tahimik ng buhay at simple.

    Mataas ang equality rate, kung nakakapag steak ang mayaman, kaya din kumain ng steak ng below middle class.

    261311 - Analyst Programmer | Age: 30 | Education: 15 | Australian Education: 5 | English Proficiency: 20 | NAATI CCL: 5 | Professional Year: 5 | Total: 80

    Timeline:
    26 Oct 2015 - Visa 573 Granted
    01 Nov 2015 - The Eagle has landed
    02 Nov 2015 - First Day High
    15 Feb 2017 - Hubby and Bubba joined me in Melbourne
    01 Dec 2017 - Graduated Masters!
    21 Mar 2018 - Visa 485 Granted
    20 Feb 2019 - Sat NAATI CCL Exam in Adelaide
    21 Mar 2019 - ACS Skills Assessment Positive, Qualification has been assessed as comparable to an AQF Master Degree with a Major in computing.
    23 Apr 2019 - Medicals Cleared - No actions required
    29 Apr 2019 - Submitted EOI for 189
    11 Jul 2019 - ITA received
    23 Jul 2019 - Lodged Visa 189! Speaking life over our PR application ♡
    xx -- 2019 - Golden Visa Grant!

    Mark 11:24 Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.

  • xiaolicoxiaolico AustraliaPosts: 739Member

    @Hana magastos din dito. madami din binabayaran. hindi biro ang bayarin dito. pero kailangan mo isipin long term. kung wala ka chance mag citizen diyan, wala ka kasigurahan. eto lang sa akin, if may chance ka mag pr dito, mag or ka na dito. if work visa ang offer sa yo dito, timbangin mo na. pero take into consideration na dito, madami galeng work visa na nasponsor ng company para maging PR. not sure sa japan. but honestly, if ganda lang ng lugar, japan ako hehe. ganda ng japan eh.

    Computer Network and Systems Engineer - 263111
    Age 33-39- 25points
    English superior- 20points
    Bachelor's Degree- 15points
    Work Experience- 10pts
    Total- 70pts

    July 25, 2016- Lodged ACS
    August 2, 2016- Favorable letter from ACS
    January 10, 2017- Took PTE
    January 12, 2017- PTE exam results (L90 R86 S90 W79)
    January 12, 2017- EOI
    January 18, 2017- ITA received
    January 19, 2017- NBI (hit)
    January 23, 2017- Visa Lodge 189
    January 24, 2017- Medical bgc
    January 27, 2017- NBI clearance received
    February 2, 2017- Medical cleared (no action required)
    February 15, 2017- Grant
    October 26, 2017- Flight to Melbourne
    October 27, 2017- Landed in Melbourne
    July 27, 2018- Moved to Sydney
    October 11, 2019- Wife gave birth to a baby boy
    October 20, 2019- Applied for baby's birth certificate online
    October 23, 2019- Baby boy's birth certificate received
    October 25, 2019- Applied for baby's medicare
    October 31, 2019- Baby's medicare activated
    October 31, 2019- Applied for baby's citizenship certificate
    November 7, 2019- Received baby's citizenship certificate
    November 13, 2019- Applied for baby's passport

  • superluckycloversuperluckyclover Melbourne, AustraliaPosts: 710Member

    @xiaolico said:
    @Hana magastos din dito. madami din binabayaran. hindi biro ang bayarin dito. pero kailangan mo isipin long term. kung wala ka chance mag citizen diyan, wala ka kasigurahan. eto lang sa akin, if may chance ka mag pr dito, mag or ka na dito. if work visa ang offer sa yo dito, timbangin mo na. pero take into consideration na dito, madami galeng work visa na nasponsor ng company para maging PR. not sure sa japan. but honestly, if ganda lang ng lugar, japan ako hehe. ganda ng japan eh.

    I agree, ang ganda at grabe ang culture ng Japan!!

    Australian passport muna tapos mag-Japan! hehe

    261311 - Analyst Programmer | Age: 30 | Education: 15 | Australian Education: 5 | English Proficiency: 20 | NAATI CCL: 5 | Professional Year: 5 | Total: 80

    Timeline:
    26 Oct 2015 - Visa 573 Granted
    01 Nov 2015 - The Eagle has landed
    02 Nov 2015 - First Day High
    15 Feb 2017 - Hubby and Bubba joined me in Melbourne
    01 Dec 2017 - Graduated Masters!
    21 Mar 2018 - Visa 485 Granted
    20 Feb 2019 - Sat NAATI CCL Exam in Adelaide
    21 Mar 2019 - ACS Skills Assessment Positive, Qualification has been assessed as comparable to an AQF Master Degree with a Major in computing.
    23 Apr 2019 - Medicals Cleared - No actions required
    29 Apr 2019 - Submitted EOI for 189
    11 Jul 2019 - ITA received
    23 Jul 2019 - Lodged Visa 189! Speaking life over our PR application ♡
    xx -- 2019 - Golden Visa Grant!

    Mark 11:24 Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.

  • xiaolicoxiaolico AustraliaPosts: 739Member

    @superluckyclover said:

    @xiaolico said:
    @Hana magastos din dito. madami din binabayaran. hindi biro ang bayarin dito. pero kailangan mo isipin long term. kung wala ka chance mag citizen diyan, wala ka kasigurahan. eto lang sa akin, if may chance ka mag pr dito, mag or ka na dito. if work visa ang offer sa yo dito, timbangin mo na. pero take into consideration na dito, madami galeng work visa na nasponsor ng company para maging PR. not sure sa japan. but honestly, if ganda lang ng lugar, japan ako hehe. ganda ng japan eh.

    I agree, ang ganda at grabe ang culture ng Japan!!

    Australian passport muna tapos mag-Japan! hehe

    yan ang best hehe. iba naman yung tourist ka sa nationality mo hehe

    Computer Network and Systems Engineer - 263111
    Age 33-39- 25points
    English superior- 20points
    Bachelor's Degree- 15points
    Work Experience- 10pts
    Total- 70pts

    July 25, 2016- Lodged ACS
    August 2, 2016- Favorable letter from ACS
    January 10, 2017- Took PTE
    January 12, 2017- PTE exam results (L90 R86 S90 W79)
    January 12, 2017- EOI
    January 18, 2017- ITA received
    January 19, 2017- NBI (hit)
    January 23, 2017- Visa Lodge 189
    January 24, 2017- Medical bgc
    January 27, 2017- NBI clearance received
    February 2, 2017- Medical cleared (no action required)
    February 15, 2017- Grant
    October 26, 2017- Flight to Melbourne
    October 27, 2017- Landed in Melbourne
    July 27, 2018- Moved to Sydney
    October 11, 2019- Wife gave birth to a baby boy
    October 20, 2019- Applied for baby's birth certificate online
    October 23, 2019- Baby boy's birth certificate received
    October 25, 2019- Applied for baby's medicare
    October 31, 2019- Baby's medicare activated
    October 31, 2019- Applied for baby's citizenship certificate
    November 7, 2019- Received baby's citizenship certificate
    November 13, 2019- Applied for baby's passport

  • HanaHana Posts: 5Member

    @xiaolico said:
    @Hana magastos din dito. madami din binabayaran. hindi biro ang bayarin dito. pero kailangan mo isipin long term. kung wala ka chance mag citizen diyan, wala ka kasigurahan. eto lang sa akin, if may chance ka mag pr dito, mag or ka na dito. if work visa ang offer sa yo dito, timbangin mo na. pero take into consideration na dito, madami galeng work visa na nasponsor ng company para maging PR. not sure sa japan. but honestly, if ganda lang ng lugar, japan ako hehe. ganda ng japan eh.

    Yun nga po mejo mahirap talaga ang citizen halos wala yata ako maxado kilala na na permanent /citizen .dito po puro work visa lang at training visa . In terms of nature maganda po talaga here,

  • HanaHana Posts: 5Member

    @superluckyclover said:

    @Hana said:

    @superluckyclover said:

    @Hana said:
    Hello po ask ko lang kung Meron pong dating nagwork sa Japan na nasa OZ n nakatira now,curious lang po kung which is better,Japan life or Australia?thanks po:)

    I have an expat Japanese friend and I used to ask her the same question because I know a lot of Aussies who moved to Japan to teach English and for better environment.

    Mas achieve daw kasi sa Australian ang work-life balance. Hindi stressful Hindi masyadong encouraged ang OT lalo na sa workplace na mas maraming locals or locally-owned (my work, Australian employer) pero meron pa ding workplace (like my husband's, Malaysian-Chinese owned) na mataas ang stress levels at puro OT.

    May medicare din dito, at maraming support from the government. Not entirely sure with Japanese government, have to double check this.

    Pero overall, sabi nya income wise, mas masarap kumita sa Australia. :smile:

    Mejo iba po talaga cla in terms of work culture pati.may health insurance po kami na binbayaran namin monthly.Kaso May resident tax p po kami monthly mejo mabigat,may resident tax din po b jan?

    Maraming tax rito, pero kita naman sa infrustructure at services na provided by the Australian government kaya di na rin masakit. Ang masasabi ko, maganda magpalaki ng bata rito, napaka tahimik ng buhay at simple.

    Mataas ang equality rate, kung nakakapag steak ang mayaman, kaya din kumain ng steak ng below middle class.

    @superluckyclover ganun po?dito po kasi mejo mahirap iachieve yung Salary rate ng locals dahil po need high level nihongo

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