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Sunday, April 27, 2008

What State or Territory to Choose

I know some of you do have hard time in applying to Australia as a nurse. Even i, have hard time, hard time to choose which state has a lesser requirements and give a big points or assessment to an overseas nurse. I will be updating you with the differences of each state or territory in Australia.

Monday, April 7, 2008

International Nurses

The International Section of the Australian Nursing & Midwifery Council (ANMC) is an assessing authority for the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC). The ANMC conducts an assessment of Registered Nurses and Midwives who intend to migrate to Australia under the General Skilled Migration category. The ANMC has been authorised by DIAC to undertake these assessments. Through this process the ANMC determines whether nurses and midwives are suitable for migration or whether they may need to undertake further education in order to be eligible for migration in the stated skill category.

The ANMC itself has no legal authority to:

  • Register nurses and midwives. This is a function of the state and territory nursing and midwifery regulatory authorities.
  • Employ nurses and midwives in Australia.

  • Deal with immigration requirements other than Migration Skills Assessment.

  • Advise on visa or immigration matters.

  • Process applications for nursing and midwifery training in Australia.

  • Provide continuing medical education courses or other medical training.

Our office is located in Canberra - Australia and all business is conducted in this office.

For information about Migration Skills Assessment, applications and determinations please contact the International Section on the contact details below.
For all electronic mail enquiries related to Migration Skills Assessment please e-mail enquiry (Including file number, if appropriate) to:

Phone: +612 6257 7960
Fax: +612 6257 7955

Please note we are unable to return International calls.

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This blog is to help Filipino nurses who wanted to become a nurse in Australia. This blog is now for you all.

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