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1: mahirap pero kung hindi ka mapili then mas may chance ka makahanap , remember ang isa sa mga kalaban mo sa pag hahanap ng mga work dun ay mga permanent residents na bagong salta at naghahanap din ng kahit na anong work, mga kapareho mong student visa din pero mag work experience na...and the list goes on...pero at the end of the day walang mahirap kapag matyaga ka at walang arte sa katawan.
2. rule number 1 sa pag apply ng tourist visa kailangan marami kang bala/ moola/ funds that is easily accesible otherwise kakilala/kamaganak na handa kang tulungan financially most importantly...
3. check mo yung best universities in melbourne via google...
4. kahit saan kang lugar nasa sipag at tyaga at kung hindi ka mapili sa work lalapitan ka ng swerte.
176 pag sponsored ka ng kamag anak or state mabilis ma process lalo na kung state sponsored ka and im talking between 1-6mos....
175 kahit anong state at kahit walang nag sponsor sayo above generally mas matagal ito ma process sa pagkaka alam ko which is around 6mos-2yrs
opinion ko lang base sa mga nalaman ko sa mga kakilala ko
pag nag submit kna ng application at inaantay mo palang yung result tapos inad mo na sya then wala kang babayaran na additional fee kse considered as one application yun...
pag natanggap mo na yung visa mo tapos mag file ka ng visa nya as your dependent dun ka magbabayad ng panibagong application processing fee.
Last edited by pusangpinay; Jun 11, 2012 at 06:47 PM. Reason: typo error
denied for tourist visa yung sa tatay ng kaibigan ko. nasa mid 50's na sya
gumamit pa sila ng agent..
^ all documents na isasubmit mo should be photocopied and certified true copy...hindi tumatanggao ang immi ng orig copies...alam ko nakasulat yan sa application checklist
guys, do you have any idea ng mga Oz companies na naghi-hire ng pinoy accountants tapos dito ang hiring process?
^ why dont you apply for PR offshore?..ganun ginawa ng tita ko..acountant sya dyan sa PH..
just giving you a general scenario though....
kung meron mang oz company na mag hire outside oz ....long shot yun....
I had a typhoid fever 15 years ago. I just want to know if that will affect my medical examination result. I applied in australian (student visa). I told the physician that i had typhoid when i was 10 years old. Will that affect my application?
@darkshark what do you mean by PR offshore?
Sorry i dont have much ideas on AUS migration since kakalipat lang ng sis ko jan and she just suggested if I would like to bring my family there for migration. They will sponsor us, if needed, eh sayang din opportunity kung meron naman di ba? Based kasi sa iba, in need daw ng accountants dun kaya lang kung madami namang supply, id better stay na lang here in the Phils. I cannot take risks ng basta basta lalo na I have two sons so I need a guaranty din na hindi ganun kahirap maghanap ng work dun.
ann26 ito ang sagot...yung tita ko ganyan ginawa..pero lessthan 6monthsmaraming accountants dito na nag migrate via skilled permanent visa galing sa iba't ibang bansa at naghahanap ng work kaya dito palang ay may pagpipilian na yung mga oz employers at dina sila mag papagod mag hanap outside oz......dipa kasama dyan yung mga locals dito na accountants na pwedeng pwedeng pirate ng mga employers sa mga ibang companies, and yung mga graduating accounting students dito as well..
nakakuha kaagad sya ng trabaho as accountant...sa sydney pala sya
atleast PR na sya pagdating dito sa AUS..unlike pag under student visa ka..yun ang mahirap makahanap ng trabaho...
kung ma-approve ka..pwede ka naman mauna ka muna dito habang naghahanap ka ng trabaho..then pag ok ka na..saka mo na lang kunin mga kids mo....
kung oportunity lang paguusapan at para sa future ng mga anak mo...i can say go for it..
Just to give you a different perspective on looking for an accounting-related job here in Oz, most especially in Brisbane. Me and my wife are both auditors working for the state government. I am an Oz citizen while my wife is applying for the citizenship.
The new government stopped the hiring and renewal of contractors in the government resulting to massive lay-offs. This and the slight recession in the economy makes job hunting a lot more difficult. To give you specific examples, some friends and acquaintances who immigrated here and were CPAs, cannot find jobs here until their fifth or sixth month. There were few who got jobs in their 2nd or 3rd month but there were exceptional cases. Oversupply na ng accountants dito sa Brisbane at Sydney. Yung mga employers dito ang hinahanap pa eh yung mga me Australian experience.
If you are a qualified blue collar work specializing in mine-work, there are opportunities for you to work in the mines here in the Australia.