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Old Aug 21st 2017, 9:51 am   #721
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What visa are you applying for? Generally you don't have to have AHPRA registration in order to get a visa - if its a 189/190/457 etc and you are applying as a nurse).
You do need the ANMAC skills assessment (except for 457) but not registration.
457! My migration officer says inneed my nursing reg number and it says on the application form too before I can send it off. Annoying haha!
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457! My migration officer says inneed my nursing reg number and it says on the application form too before I can send it off. Annoying haha!
That really doesn't make any sense, if only because once you get AHPRA registration in principle you only have 3 months in which to present in person at an AHPRA office. Many visas take longer than that to be granted. However if you now need registration first you will just have to wait.
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