Immigrate as a Nurse!

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Planning to immigrate as a Nurse? 

Don't wast your time and money. Do it the right way.  

Let an expert guide you!

You have probably heard of sad stories about nurses who, after spending hundreds of thousands and years of study in Australia still didn't get a permanent resident status. This is because of wrong assessment, wrong program and poor planning.  Simply put, they were misinformed.  

This happens because there are many Education Agents (not a Registered Migration Agent) who are not aware (or is not concerned) of the consequences of taking a particular program in relation to  their client's immigration plan.

This is where Proactive Immigration Advisers Corp makes a difference.  

Immigration is not a simple process. Small mistakes may cause big problem. But with the guidance of an experienced and expert Registered Migration Agent,it becomes easy.


Immigrate to Australia as a nurse

There is no one formula that suits all. We make a careful evaluation of your qualification before we take your case. We will show you the best immigration pathway depending on your circumstances.  We will map out your journey to becoming a permanent resident of Australia.  

Interested?

Simply fill out this FREE Online Assessment Form to get started. 



     

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Visiting Australia? Let us help you with your visa application!

Tuesday, November 25, 2014



If you are planning to visit Australia, Proactive Immigration Advisers could be of help.  We will help you increase chances of approval by avoiding unnecessary mistakes.  

Remember, if it's your first time, you may be susceptible to mistakes. And small mistakes cause BIG Problems. 


We may not be able to guarantee approval, but you sure can bank on our years of experience in the industry.  

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Information Seminar: Live and Work in Australia

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Proactive Immigration Advisers Corp and RPS Migration Services Australia will be conducting information seminar in Manila for those who are interested to Immigrate to Australia.  This opportunity is open for Nurses, Engineers, CPAs, ICT Professionals, Colleges Instructors, etc.

Live and Work in Australia

Here's the seminar details:

For Nurses Only
Date : March 8, 2014, Saturday
Time : 2pm to 5pm
Venue : Bayview Park Hotel, Roxas Blvd Manila
Reg Fee : P500 (single) | P800 (married)

For Engineers, College Instructors, CPAs, ICT Professionals, etc
Date :March 9, 2014, Sunday
Time : 2pm to 5pm
Venue : Bayview Park Hotel, Roxas Blvd Manila
Reg Fee : P500 (single) | P800 (married)

To reserve your seat, you may send SMS to 0908-8876834. You may also reserve your seat online via www.proimmigrationadvisers.com.

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PIA Corp Visa Bulletin - November 2013

Wednesday, November 20, 2013


November 2013 Visa Bulletin 

 PIA Corp November 2013 Visa Bulletin is now out! Check out the latest updates about immigration and related topics about Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

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Filipino Nurses Immigrants in Australia

Monday, November 18, 2013

If you are a Filipino Registered Nurse and is wondering how to be an immigrant in Australia the EASY WAY, Proactive Immigration Advisers - RPS Migration Services can help you!

Filipino Nurses Immigrants in Australia
Dr. Renante Sulit of RPS Migration Services with Filipino Nurses in Australia
The first step to become an Immigrant in Australia as a Nurse it to take the Bridging Program (Initial Registration Course for Overseas Nurses).  This course is designed to provide you with the knowledge, skills and understanding to practice safely and competently in a variety of health care settings. On successful completion of this course, graduates will be eligible to apply to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) for registration as a Registered Nurse.

Once registered with AHPRA, graduates can work as a Registered (Division 1) Nurse in a range of health
settings in Australia such as: acute care, chronic care, aged care, rehabilitation and mental health. Health care settings include hospitals, aged care facilities, disability services and rehabilitation clinics.  Getting a job in Australia as a nurse depends on the qualifications of the candidates and how they perform during the selection process. Proactive Immigration Advisers - RPS Migration cannot assist applicants in finding jobs but can assist in their visa once they get an employer.

Interested?  Send your resume to australia@proimmigrationadvisers.com.

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Be an immigrant in Australia the EASY WAY!

Sunday, November 17, 2013

ATTENTION all Engineers, Builders, Draftsmen, Dentists, Physical Therapists, Pharmacists, Architects, ITs, CPAs, Doctors,Lawyers, Technicians, Nurses, Human Resource Professionals, Teachers, Skilled Workers like Chefs, Cooks and more:  Live and Work in Australia!

Get your permanent residency the easy way through Proactive Immigration Advisers Corp and RPS Migration Services - Asutralia!

Live and Work in Australia

 Send your resume to australia@proimmigrationadvisers.com for FREE Online Assessment! Or visit our office for orientation. 

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Jobs for Pinoy Nurses in Australia?

Friday, December 30, 2011

According to this report, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) is eyeing job opportunities in Australia in 2012 for nurses and skilled workers.

POEA Administrator Carlos Cao, Jr. said Filipinos should take advantage of the shortage of workers in Australia which might be beneficial for Filipino nurses and construction and mining workers.

Labor Attache Jalilo Dela Torre of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) said the shortage of nurses in Australia is 40,000 until 2015.

On the other hand, the shortage in the construction industry is projected upward to 750,000 construction positions over the next 20 years, she said.

This is good news. But the reality is that Filipino Nurses are required to undergo a bridging program in Australia before skills assessment. Without this, they can't apply for Skills Migration program and can't work as a nurse. Undergoing a bridging program is costly.

Unless changes in the Skills Assessment for Filipino nurses would be implemented, this POEA target may never materialize.

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