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mjclemenia

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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #40 on: September 19, 2012, 11:53:36 PM »
Hi! My boyfriend and I are planning for a study and work in NZ. We're both nurses. I'm currently working as a staff nurse for more than 1 year now and yung boyfriend ko naman e Clinical Instructor for 2 years kaso kakaresign nya lang. Galing kami sa Magnifica last week. Ang option na binigay nila samin e magstudy yung bf ko then ako magwork full time if magaapply kami as married couple (na plan naman namin magpakasal asap). 1 year lang yung study nung bf ko and yung 2nd year pwede na kami magwork na 2 full time. Kaso Management course since un yung pwede na kasama na raw agad yung husband. Any advice? Igrab na kaya namin? Sobrang undecided pa kami e tsaka mejo mahal tuition.

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« Reply #41 on: September 20, 2012, 12:11:32 PM »
Hi mjclemenia! I have no idea sa mga in-demand na skills sa NZ, pero have you considered going to Australia? Open ang nurses doon esp iyong mga RN's. Sayang naman if mag-shift kayo into a business course. Mas madali kasi kayong makahanap ng work as nurses or aged care workers ngayon doon. Baka pwede bf mo sa 3-months bridging course. Requirements: registered nurse, valid work experience (at least 2 years) and IELTS 7.0 band score. You may consider getting a student visa for BSN course, usually 3 years iyon doon, pero baka may credit exemption para mas madali mong matapos, like what the agency told you na 1 year lang. Ang maganda talaga doon, you can apply for a part-time job while studying.

just my 2 cents :)

mjclemenia

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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #42 on: September 20, 2012, 04:09:41 PM »
actually plan namin yung bridging course nun (yung CAP) kaso dun na namin balak magtake ng IELTS. Ang habol lang kasi namin e sabay kaming makaalis. Hindi raw kasi counted yung pagiging clinical instructor nya as nursing experience kasi nursing educ yun. e ako naman more than a year pa lang na staff nurse. Kasi in 2 months time pwede na makaalis kung student visa once nagstart na kami magsubmit ng documents. haaaay.  :-\

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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #43 on: September 21, 2012, 12:38:56 PM »
Kayong dalawa daw ba ang mag-apply ng student visa or isa lang sa inyo? Kasi for example, nagapply BF mo ng student visa, pwede ka niyang gawing dependent. 

rave21lala

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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #44 on: September 21, 2012, 01:22:53 PM »
^yung sa nursing experience ba na required ng ahpra dapat hospital experience? pwede kaya company nurse?
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mjclemenia

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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #45 on: September 21, 2012, 08:58:32 PM »
Kayong dalawa daw ba ang mag-apply ng student visa or isa lang sa inyo? Kasi for example, nagapply BF mo ng student visa, pwede ka niyang gawing dependent.
yup. bale dependent nya ko tas sya lang magaapply ng student visa. kaso ang laki ng show money. 1.2 M daw dapat since 2 married na yung ilalagay ng bf ko pagnagpakasal kami this October.

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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #46 on: September 22, 2012, 09:18:48 AM »
hi, ask ko lang po. kasi my brother, who'se a holder of tourist visa applied for student visa sa U.S (he's already there), and almost a year na, wala pa daw. nag apply sya nung February 2011, mahigpit daw kasi ngayon, im not sure if he's telling the truth or just shy to tell na disapproved ang visa nya, (pero i think honest naman sya), nagtataka lang ako kasi masyado matagal. how long ba talaga yun? thank you! :)

Sorry  to rain on your parade but you cannot change your tourist visa to a student visa without going back home  to Manila first  and apply for a student visa with the US embassy. A lot of people already tried  before what your brother is trying to do. What will make things worse for him  is most probably your brother overstayed his tourist visa and overstaying your  visa is a big no no.

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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #47 on: September 23, 2012, 06:56:53 PM »
^sis, im currently in NZ thru student visa and Magnifica din consultancy ko..

go to Global Summit sis. nabasa ko sa FB page nila meron sila program for Clinical Instructors na work to residence visa na ata. inquire ka din muna sa kanila before you decide.

may mga sablay din kasi ang magnifica na advise. up to now, single pa din status ko sa Nz kasi yun sabi nila. married na ko. buti na lang nakuha ko hubby ko thru partnership visa. scary di ba. married sa pinas, single sa NZ.

pag nag student visa kasi sa Nz, after ng schooling, meron 1 year na job search visa. sa 1 year na job search visa, pwede kayo mag work ng kahit anong job, pero para ma extend, need makahanap ng work na related sa natapos na course para ma extend yun work visa. medyo mahirap makahanap sa business or management field ng employer na willing to provide all the necessary docus for immigration purposes. unlike sa healthcare, may shortage talaga.


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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #48 on: October 04, 2012, 11:56:23 PM »
Mga sis if you have queries regarding Australian Student Visa, PM niyo lang ako or we can discuss it here http://www.femalenetwork.com/girltalk/index.php/topic,227424.160.html


hi sis thanks!

i am planning to apply for a student visa in australia. yung program n gusto ko kunin is a bachelor's degree in social work, kaso ang worry ko [textspeak!] is diff sya from my degree here in the phils. bs tourism grad ako with 3 yrs experience as a ticketing officer then, i had a 2 yr exp as an asst english teacher sa japan. yun yung yung recent employment ko. i went to idp last week and sabi nung counsellor bka daw marefuse yung visa application if mlyo sa degree/work experience ko. yun ata yung sa Genuine temporary entrant...

di ko masyado maintindihan sis. help me naman. btw, i am holding a multiple japanese visa (spouse visa). i dont know if it would help my application

rave21lala

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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #49 on: October 05, 2012, 04:19:38 PM »
@jne22 - may programs din ba ang IDP for Canada?
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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #50 on: October 06, 2012, 07:49:08 PM »
May nakatry ba ng student visa to UK? Tier 4
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« Reply #51 on: October 07, 2012, 12:50:36 AM »
^ako sis nagrant ng tier4 visa pero hindi ako tumuloy.
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« Reply #52 on: October 07, 2012, 01:42:51 AM »
Really sis? What did u do? How?

Why d ka tumuloy?
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rave21lala

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« Reply #53 on: October 07, 2012, 03:45:03 PM »
^sa makati ako nag-apply, sila yung philippine admissions office nung school. august 1 ako naglodge sa embassy kaya naabutan na ako ng bagong rule which is my interview na. after two weeks tinawagan ako, phone interview lang ang ginawa. tapos kinabukasan may result na. nagkaproblem kasi sa family kaya hindi ako tumuloy and nagdalaang isip rin ako kasi wala ako kasama aalis. 9 kaming nag-apply, ako lang ang nagrant ng visa. hanggang ngayon nga wala pa sila balita sa appeal nila.
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brandi

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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #54 on: October 15, 2012, 06:00:50 PM »
Im considering australia or canada before kaso naman wala akong milyones hindi tulad nung iba na nakakaalis talaga. wala naman akong makitang ibang means para maituloy makaalis kasi nga walang funds. :(

btw, im a nurse.

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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #55 on: October 16, 2012, 02:08:52 AM »
Hi everyone,

Ask ko lang gano katagal ba makakuha ng student visa? Will I have enough time kung November 5 ako magstart? I want to study in the US kasi by Spring Semester (Mid January start of classes). And I will have all the requirements needed (including I-20) by November 5 pa. Enough na ba yung time na yun para makakuha ako ng student visa?

Also unlike what Ive mostly read from here, i am applying alone, without any assistance from a consulting company or something.

m3ter

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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #56 on: October 27, 2012, 03:23:28 PM »
hello sahjane, i saw your post sa isang thread na march 2012 na grant ka ng working visa na , ano na po status mo Permanent resident ka na ba ngayon? how are male nurses there? okay naman ba kasi balak ng asawa ko pumunta din diyan . thank you miss sahjane.
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« Reply #57 on: October 30, 2012, 05:58:39 PM »
@sis brandi: medyo mabigat talaga iyong financial requirement pero you can ask relatives naman to help. I think you can ask up to 3 sponsors para ma-meet iyong requirement. Maganda iyang profession mo kasi may shortage daw ngayon sa Australia.


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« Reply #58 on: October 30, 2012, 06:22:31 PM »
as much as possible kasi ayoko na humingi pa pera. im considering [textspeak!] na din, just today 3 tumawag sakin for known hospitals there. pag hindi tumawag yung inapplyan kong pharma company dito sa atin, baka igrab ko na lang yun. and in fairness, maganda ganda ang offer, lately kasi bihira yung sumasampa ng 40k ang starting ng nurses for [textspeak!] mga abuso sila hehe  ;D

sahjane

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Re: All About Student Visa and Consultancies
« Reply #59 on: October 31, 2012, 04:47:40 PM »
hello sahjane, i saw your post sa isang thread na march 2012 na grant ka ng working visa na , ano na po status mo Permanent resident ka na ba ngayon? how are male nurses there? okay naman ba kasi balak ng asawa ko pumunta din diyan . thank you miss sahjane.

hi sis, 1year pa lang ako dito sa NZ di pa ko resident. working visa pa lang. waiting pa ko for CAP school. may shortage pa din ng nurses dito sis kaya magkakawork pa din hubby mo dito once maging NZRN na sya.


 

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