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Charlene Dermott

Mental health nurse requiring permanent sponsorship

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Hi,

Not been wrote on here for a while but have read plenty. I came over to perth on 457 in 2014 but my daughter we want happy so we returned after 12 days.

Since returning I have thought about returning. I got a job on a female acute ward worked for 18 months. Currently a senior nurse in the community for a busy assessment team.

I also applied for my skills assessment and AHPRA registration which was granted last week.

I have done IELTS competent, PET twice but can't get superior (really don't want re do)

I have 55 points + 5 state sponsorship for 190.

I have been offered 489 WA but not perth.

Would like direct entry but not sure if possible WA.

 

Anyone been offered this or know of hospital who offer sponsorship?

 

I will be coming with my 17 year old and she will want to study fashion as she does in UK.

 

My partner is a qualified plumber, HGV driver and currently in Army reserves. He will join us once settled. My 20 year old will stay in our house continue her fashion degree at uni. My 18 year old us unsure but may stay in UK a bit longer with grandparents.

 

 

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Not a lot of sponsorship about that I know of, jobs tend to give preference to PR holders and citizens.  I know my work haven't offered sponsorship for some time.

You may get sponsorship for country

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It would be a struggle to get sponsorship even on another temp visa (the 457 has been abolished and replaced with the 482). 

State sponsorship for WA is also now hard and if they have offered a 489 that is about as good as you are likely to get. Though it will limit your ability to work as you can't work in Perth for a year. 

Has your agent discussed with you any issues with including your children on the application? The 20 year old and 17 should be ok, but if the 18 year old is not in full time education it could be an issue. 

Your husband also needs to research job options as his HGV qualifications won't be valid and plumbing is a licensed occupation which means he would need to work as a trade assistant for a period - usually a year - which is a bit like an apprentice and then take college courses. 

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Not a lot of sponsorship about that I know of, jobs tend to give preference to PR holders and citizens.  I know my work haven't offered sponsorship for some time.
You may get sponsorship for country

Thanks Ali I may have to consider a different state for sponsorship.


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It would be a struggle to get sponsorship even on another temp visa (the 457 has been abolished and replaced with the 482). 
State sponsorship for WA is also now hard and if they have offered a 489 that is about as good as you are likely to get. Though it will limit your ability to work as you can't work in Perth for a year. 
Has your agent discussed with you any issues with including your children on the application? The 20 year old and 17 should be ok, but if the 18 year old is not in full time education it could be an issue. 
Your husband also needs to research job options as his HGV qualifications won't be valid and plumbing is a licensed occupation which means he would need to work as a trade assistant for a period - usually a year - which is a bit like an apprentice and then take college courses. 

Thanks vertstormy my partner is aware he would have to be a trade assistant for a while. It may be we have to consider other states for sponsorship.


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