Why Choose Us?
We work quickly and carefully to get the best results. That means your visa granted as soon as possible.
Our team are all qualified and experienced in Australian migration law. Applications are prepared, reviewed and submitted by MARA registered agents.
We’re friendly, approachable and genuinely care about each and every client we work with.
It’s not unusual to have many questions at this point. At Emergico, we prefer to get to know you and your situation properly before offering professional advice. That said, there are some general questions many people have right at the beginning. Here are a few of them.
There are a wide range of nursing disciplines in demand across Australia, including: Aged Care, Child & Family, Community Health, Critical Care & Emergency, Developmental Disability & Rehabilitation, Medical, Mental Health, Paediactrics, Perioperative, Surgical, and General Nurses.
The national average salary for Registered Nurses in Australia is approximately $65,000 – $90,000 per annum. This will vary according to experience and seniority. Salaries also vary depending on what part of the country you work.
Nurses are included on Australia’s ‘Medium & Long Term Strategic Skills List’, which means occupations in this field are among the highest in demand in Australia. With enough points, and if you meet the relevant criteria, you could qualify for permanent residency.
Depending on the kind of visa you apply for, there could be several stages involved in the process, and many have their own associated cost. Application costs are affected by the complexity of the process and the number of applicants. Because of the fluctuation this results in, our estimates are provided only when we have a full understanding of your situation.
As a minimum, you’ll need to be under 45 with a degree and a good standard of English. The process of securing a substantive Australian visa isn’t simple – that’s why we’re here! There are many conditions to meet and stages to the application process. We manage every step of the journey. It all starts by checking your eligibility here.
Registration of nurses in Australia is overseen by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NAMBA). This is a separate process from applying for a visa but needs to be in place before you can start working as a Registered Nurse in Australia.