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If  you have got the right qualifications then why not nurse your career back to health by getting a nursing job in Australia.   work in oz

If you are a registered nurse/midwife  or enrolled nurse  who has been employed previously in the Australian nursing workforce, but you have not worked as a nurse/midwife in Australia for 12 months, you may be eligible for cash bonuses to encourage you to come back to work in a public or private hospital, or residential aged care home.

If you are not located  here then why not come and join the thousands of others making the move Nursing in Australia.  

Firstly, decide whether you want to make the move a permanent one or temporary.  Spend time finding information on where you want to settle in Australia.  Once you have made your decision you will need to choose the right visa for you.

Whether you have a high level of skills and experience or need to gain additional skills, there is a visa to suit you.  There are excellent career opportunities with permanent and temporary work available in Australia.  You can be in or outside Australia when you apply for a visa to work as a nurse.

Applying for a visa through a migration agent make sure the agent is registered with MARA.

http://www.health.wa.gov.au/home/   The government website has job vacancies in Perth.

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Go Matilda is sorry to learn of the recent collapse of UK based Australian migration advisors 4 Corners, and is ready to assist affected individuals.

We understand that individuals who had instructed 4 Corners in the UK are being invited to instruct another firm, with several client files now retained in New Zealand.

Go Matilda will be pleased to discuss application status and strategy with affected individuals, and will be sympathetic in proposing fees.

If instructed, we are also able to take delivery of client files at our offices in Australia, so that client matters can be progressed quickly.

If you are affected by the collapse of 4 Corners and would like to discuss your visa application, how Go Matilda might help, and our fees, please contact us.

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forur cornersFour Corners Emigration is in Administration.

Website is still live ! 

www.pomsinoz.com

 

I just read your threads about this Four Corners Emigration situation. It is indeed a very big concern. I can confirm I just had a phone call from a worried client named Neil who has paid all his fees to Four Corners and is near the end of the process of getting his Visa. Just had his request for medicals and police checks. He told me that he received a letter on Wednesday advising that Four Corners have gone into administration and then a letter today that Migration Bureau have taken over his file. He telephoned Migration Bureau to get some help and was apparently asked to pay some money to have somebody review his file.

As he has paid all his fees already he was obviously reluctant to pay any more money which is understandable. He wanted to know if from this point he could complete the process on his own. My answer was ‘yes’ in his case. In reality this gentleman counts himself lucky. He should be fine and have his visa shortly. But still needs to contact DIAC and submit the relevant forms to put himself on record and update his correspondence address to make sure he receives all future correspondence from DIAC.

If there is anybody out there that been affected and want to have a talk to someone I am happy to help if you wish to call me on 0207 427 5975.

Sammy Naghi
Australian Solicitor L.S. No: 42619
Registered Migration Agent No: 0641061
Direct Tel: +44 (0) 20 7427 5975
Taylor Hampton Solicitors LLP
www.emigrate-to-australia.co.uk  

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Prominent real estate agent Michael McKenna and a Dianella settlement agent are among those who have been sentenced following an investigation into the bribing of Landgate officers.

Between them, four men were convicted of nine counts of bribery and fined $65,000.  bribes

In the District Court in Perth yesterday, Judge Kevin Sleight heard settlement agent Gordon Andrew Poulton, 66, committed two counts of bribery by placing $1000 of gift vouchers into two envelopes and addressing them to Landgate supervisors.

Judge Sleight called Poulton’s efforts “abhorrent to our system” and fined him $10,000.

McKenna received a $20,000 fine and 12 month community based order, including 80 hours of community service work, after being convicted of three counts of bribery, while another man, whose name was suppressed, was fined $10,000 for one count of bribery.

Ian Croasdale, a former Landgate officer and self-confessed impersonator of television star Kenny, was earlier fined $25,000 and received a sentence for accepting three $500 bribes.

Croasdale was a qualified cartographer who had been employed by Landgate for 31 years until the Corruption and Crime Commission brought the bribery allegations.

www.watoday.com.au

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