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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by stubbornman(m): 2:16pm On Mar 02
DoDirtsLikeWorm:
Please oOo, I Heard for one to take pictures in Aussie S/he doesn't need to call camera man anymore?

If that is the case, abeg make una show us 'What is New naa" E dey ginger us ooO. grin

In Addy:
Nagode
Adupe
Imeela

Nna ehnnn the thing tire me ooooh.... the thread just dry like okporoko at least sama us with better pictures wey dey your phone..... nah stingy people full Australia gan

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by eonmay(m): 4:36pm On Mar 02
Please do you know if Visa Solutions (www.australia-migration.com) are genuine agents for Australian immigration assessment and processing?
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by rinzylee(m): 1:47pm On Mar 03
Triggerdaclub:
PLS PEOPLE I'M WRITING FOR GENUINE ADVISE.
I'm a medical doctor 30 years of age. Had my MBBS degree 2015 from Russia, I've completed my internship and Nysc and have 1 year post Nysc work experience.
Now I want to relocate to Australia to do Masters, so what I'd like to ask is;
1) what's d best career path for me? Cos I'm aware becoming an Australia licensed doctor is quite difficult.
2) Which Masters program should I do in a medical related field which is in high demand so when I'm thru I can easily get a job?
3) If I opt for Masters in nursing would I be eligible to be registered into the Australia nursing council after completion of the program cos I know nurses are highly sorted after in Australia.
4) Which part of Australia would I have THE MOST job opportunities in the health sector.

NB: I thought of applying for PR but one of the criterias for Doctors is to pass the AMC exam which is time consuming.

PLS HELP A CONFUSED MIND.

Hoping to hear you guys response soonest.

Thanks Dr Collins.


My advice based on a friend's experience.

Go and write PLAB

Practise 1-2 years in UK

Leave for Australia

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by ozonechrome: 10:18pm On Mar 04
Triggerdaclub:
PLS PEOPLE I'M WRITING FOR GENUINE ADVISE.
I'm a medical doctor 30 years of age. Had my MBBS degree 2015 from Russia, I've completed my internship and Nysc and have 1 year post Nysc work experience.
Now I want to relocate to Australia to do Masters, so what I'd like to ask is;
1) what's d best career path for me? Cos I'm aware becoming an Australia licensed doctor is quite difficult.
2) Which Masters program should I do in a medical related field which is in high demand so when I'm thru I can easily get a job?
3) If I opt for Masters in nursing would I be eligible to be registered into the Australia nursing council after completion of the program cos I know nurses are highly sorted after in Australia.
4) Which part of Australia would I have THE MOST job opportunities in the health sector.

NB: I thought of applying for PR but one of the criterias for Doctors is to pass the AMC exam which is time consuming.

PLS HELP A CONFUSED MIND.

Hoping to hear you guys response soonest.

Thanks Dr Collins.

You can study masters in Nursing in a regional university so that you can apply for PR with Nursing.

You'll always find a job in Australia.

When you get the PR you can write your medical examination to practice as a doctor
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Ugoau: 6:01am On Mar 05
This trend so dry.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by go4value(m): 10:19am On Mar 06
peeps4u:


Can we exchange email addresses please. Can't access my DM email addy here

talk2godwing@gmail.com
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by FBS: 1:55am On Mar 09
This is a shee.eeet of a deal. Literally. cheesy

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Anyone in Adelaide to confirm this? grin
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Classicool(m): 7:17pm On Mar 13
Please I'm planning of doing my masters in Australia after my NYSC here in Nigeria I need assistance in which university offer best and it's affordable.
I'm planning to study media arts, journalism or criminology because I'm graduate of performing arts..
What are the career potential in these field in that part of the world.
What kinda job can I do to augment my masters program ?
Thanks... And which city will city is advisable to reside in... Thanks
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Ruben225571: 6:08pm On Mar 14
Please share to family and love ones. God bless.

Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Bawss1(m): 12:22am On Mar 15
Ruben225571:
Please share to family and love ones. God bless.

Please stop the FUD.

There's no need to panic, there is more than enough food and supplies to go around.

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by ignis(f): 10:19am On Mar 15
Bawss1:


Please stop the FUD.

There's no need to panic, there is more than enough food and supplies to go around.


You are veey right.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by obainojazz(m): 11:09pm On Mar 16
Bawss1:


Please stop the FUD.

There's no need to panic, there is more than enough food and supplies to go around.

enough what.. went to the supermarket and these people have cleared all the rice and pasta.. My stew and chicken I cooked just wasting in the fridge embarassed
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by memunati: 11:09am On Mar 17
Hello everyone, I just moved to Canberra in early March, I just successfully set up my NAB account this week but I have been having issues transferring my funds from my naira account to my NAB account. I just found out I was supposed to open a dollar account before I left (which I didn't).

ATM withdrawal looks like my only option, but the conversion rate will be higher and I'd be incurring more bank transfer cost.

Please, what other way can I go about accessing my funds?

Also, I ordered a SIM for Kogan (after I bought an ALDI SIM that didn't work in my android phone). Please, is Kogan a good choice?

Thanks.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bellong: 12:41pm On Mar 17
memunati:
Hello everyone, I just moved to Canberra in early March, I just successfully set up my NAB account this week but I have been having issues transferring my funds from my naira account to my NAB account. I just found out I was supposed to open a dollar account before I left (which I didn't).

ATM withdrawal looks like my only option, but the conversion rate will be higher and I'd be incurring more bank transfer cost.

Please, what other way can I go about accessing my funds?

Also, I ordered a SIM for Kogan (after I bought an ALDI SIM that didn't work in my android phone). Please, is Kogan a good choice?

Thanks.

Look for someone who needs Naira in exchange for AUD there. It is the easiest way to get your money changed.

You should look into buying Lyca mobile, Lebara or Dodo, they have wider and better coverage than Kogan
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by ukcatlover(m): 1:58pm On Mar 17
memunati:
Hello everyone, I just moved to Canberra in early March, I just successfully set up my NAB account this week but I have been having issues transferring my funds from my naira account to my NAB account. I just found out I was supposed to open a dollar account before I left (which I didn't).

ATM withdrawal looks like my only option, but the conversion rate will be higher and I'd be incurring more bank transfer cost.

Please, what other way can I go about accessing my funds?

Also, I ordered a SIM for Kogan (after I bought an ALDI SIM that didn't work in my android phone). Please, is Kogan a good choice?

Thanks.


You can also contact your bank and request they change your account to an offshore account, follow all procedures and documentation they will send you ATM which you can easily use here
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by memunati: 9:24pm On Mar 17
bellong:


Look for someone who needs Naira in exchange for AUD there. It is the easiest way to get your money changed.

You should look into buying Lyca mobile, Lebara or Dodo, they have wider and better coverage than Kogan

Alright. Thank you

Getting to exchange naira might be difficult as I've never come across any Nigerian since I moved here

The only black I have crossed paths with is Ghanaian. It's like Nigerians don't live in Canberra
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by memunati: 9:26pm On Mar 17
ukcatlover:



You can also contact your bank and request they change your account to an offshore account, follow all procedures and documentation they will send you ATM which you can easily use here

I contacted my bank, they said my only option is to open a dom account and I have to come to the bank in person to do so, which is not possible.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by masco131(m): 1:47pm On Mar 18
memunati:
Hello everyone, I just moved to Canberra in early March, I just successfully set up my NAB account this week but I have been having issues transferring my funds from my naira account to my NAB account. I just found out I was supposed to open a dollar account before I left (which I didn't).

ATM withdrawal looks like my only option, but the conversion rate will be higher and I'd be incurring more bank transfer cost.

Please, what other way can I go about accessing my funds?

Also, I ordered a SIM for Kogan (after I bought an ALDI SIM that didn't work in my android phone). Please, is Kogan a good choice?

Thanks.
I personally use Kogan and I personally recommend them
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Solitin40: 7:38pm On Mar 18
memunati:


Alright. Thank you

Getting to exchange naira might be difficult as I've never come across any Nigerian since I moved here

The only black I have crossed paths with is Ghanaian. It's like Nigerians don't live in Canberra
Holla cc Austransaction
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by memunati: 11:29am On Mar 19
masco131:

I personally use Kogan and I personally recommend them

Great! Thank you

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by memunati: 11:29am On Mar 19
Solitin40:

Holla cc Austransaction

Alright, thanks
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by JaycJay247: 2:31pm On Mar 24
Greetings pls can one with Australia 1year work visa leave and re-enter Australia within the validity period of 1year visa...help pls�
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by stubbornman(m): 4:32pm On Mar 24
Please how are y'all coping about this Covid-19 bullshit. ... shit's about to get real in Nigeria but we pray for God's Mercy and health.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bellong: 4:08am On Mar 25
JaycJay247:
Greetings pls can one with Australia 1year work visa leave and re-enter Australia within the validity period of 1year visa...help pls�

Yes you can
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bellong: 4:09am On Mar 25
stubbornman:
Please how are y'all coping about this Covid-19 bullshit. ... shit's about to get real in Nigeria but we pray for God's Mercy and health.

Coping.. Difference is, social activities on ground zero.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bligs: 4:52am On Mar 25
bellong:


Coping.. Difference is, social activities on ground zero.
Not only that, a lot of people have lost their jobs and some on compulsory leave without pay, most especially those in hospitality sector.
Cc: Qantas, Flight centre staff etc.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bellong: 8:52am On Mar 25
bligs:

Not only that, a lot of people have lost their jobs and some on compulsory leave without pay, most especially those in hospitality sector.
Cc: Qantas, Flight centre staff etc.

Those people are not left without support. The government has made provisions for those who lost their jobs.
When this madness is over, they will get their jobs back.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by JaycJay247: 11:49am On Mar 25
bellong:


Yes you can

Thanks
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by carpdiemz: 4:29pm On Mar 25
obainojazz:
He asked a good question...
It’s obvious that Nigerians in Australia don’t want anyone to join them grin they just wanna keep forming Aussie , I open a thread on Aussie partner visa no one respond smh
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by obainojazz(m): 7:03pm On Mar 25
carpdiemz:

It’s obvious that Nigerians in Australia don’t want anyone to join them grin they just wanna keep forming Aussie , I open a thread on Aussie partner visa no one respond smh
For example, I was not prepared for the cold... E wan finish me.. Thought it was a hot country but I'm experiencing 14 degrees shocked

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Mcslize: 12:42am On Mar 26
obainojazz:
For example, I was not prepared for the cold... E wan finish me.. Thought it was a hot country but I'm experiencing 14 degrees shocked

That's more like Air conditional temp. Do you feel cold when under AC in Nigeria?
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by obainojazz(m): 1:12am On Mar 26
Mcslize:


That's more like Air conditional temp. Do you feel cold when under AC in Nigeria?
Imagine walking on the street and Cold breeze dey blow you... I later learnt you have to check the weather before going out to know what to wear. Funny thing is it's not even winter

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