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Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by Nwaonyeocha: 3:04am On May 17, 2016
Steps>
1. Do your PAR @ NZ$138
2. Fill the EOI
When your application is successful you will be asked for the IQA
3. IQA will cost you NZ$746
On approval, you will dispatch your passport to INZ for stamping the visa to be issued.

Abeg, is this correct?
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 2:29pm On May 17, 2016

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Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by Blackkie: 9:26pm On May 17, 2016
NZ here I come.
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 8:01am On May 18, 2016
Nwaonyeocha:
Navigating through this sight has been a wonderful adventure.
For clearer understanding, can the big bosses do some of us a favor and itemize the steps from beginning to end.

I doubt if it will be possible to run a full explanation on how to fill the SMC-EOI online cos of the nature of the application.The point is to start wherever you find difficult at any stage then you can ask questions here for possible answers.

Have you started the online EOI application already?

Anyway,here are few tips.

Create an account via this https://onlineservices.immigration.govt.nz/secure/Login+Skilled+Migrant.htm

When that is done,start filling the application.Make sure the wrong information indentifer is checked.you can check it top leftside of the app page.

Fill in your details accordingly,for every page you completed successfully and validated a yes will appear adjacent to the completed section

Note:any information marked asterix is compulsory of course the indicator will indentify any compulsory field you didn't see or fail to supply the appropriate information.

when you get to the recognised qualification section.

that's where you will have your qualification assessed preliminary using the information you fill in about your qualification.

click on the link for[b] NZQA[/b] to explore the link for that.
At the NZQA portal you create and account and follow the registration prompt.when that is done then access your account to apply for PAR
After you are through with filling all the required information you will be required to pay for the assessment at the end of the 4th page/section.

After 20 working days the outcome will be email to you

Return to your online app to fill the REF number of the PAR and your qualification equivalent.

You can fill the entire online form before you do the PAR or You have it done before you proceed on the next section of the application

Point will be awarded base on age,recognised qualification & years of work experience base on your job.If your job is listed in LTSS list bonus point will be awarded if you get an offer of skilled employement.

If successfull in the entire process,the authorities will commence verification of all your claims before an ITA is issued

Thereafter,you will be compel to do the main assessement i.e IQA which cost $746 flat with return courier package you add $44 if it does n't increase

Like I said if you encounter difficulty at any stage feel free to ask questions.

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Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by Blackkie: 8:50am On May 18, 2016
I love the way you take time to offer solutions.
Thank you.

hartson:


I doubt if it will be possible to run a full explanation on how to fill the SMC-EOI online cos of the nature of the application.The point is to start wherever you find difficult at any stage then you can ask questions here for possible answers.

Have you started the online EOI application already?

Anyway,here are few tips.

Create an account via this https://onlineservices.immigration.govt.nz/secure/Login+Skilled+Migrant.htm

When that is done,start filling the application.Make sure the wrong information indentifer is checked.you can check it top leftside of the app page.

Fill in your details accordingly,for every page you completed successfully and validated a yes will appear adjacent to the completed section

Note:any information marked asterix is compulsory of course the indicator will indentify any compulsory field you didn't see or fail to supply the appropriate information.

when you get to the recognised qualification section.

that's where you will have your qualification assessed preliminary using the information you fill in about your qualification.

click on the link for[b] NZQA[/b] to explore the link for that.
At the NZQA portal you create and account and follow the registration prompt.when that is done then access your account to apply for PAR
After you are through with filling all the required information you will be required to pay for the assessment at the end of the 4th page/section.

After 20 working days the outcome will be email to you

Return to your online app to fill the REF number of the PAR and your qualification equivalent.

You can fill the entire online form before you do the PAR or You have it done before you proceed on the next section of the application

Point will be awarded base on age,recognised qualification & years of work experience base on your job.If your job is listed in LTSS list bonus point will be awarded if you get an offer of skilled employement.

If successfull in the entire process,the authorities will commence verification of all your claims before an ITA is issued

Thereafter,you will be compel to do the main assessement i.e IQA which cost $746 flat with return courier package you add $44 if it does n't increase

Like I said if you encounter difficulty at any stage feel free to ask questions.

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Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 9:03am On May 18, 2016
Blackkie:
I love the way you take time to offer solutions.
Thank you.


You are welcome,I appreciate.
Be patient let me root out the meaning of nec and explain
I once came across it but didn't know where so exercise some patient
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by oknee: 11:44am On May 18, 2016
hartson:


You are welcome,I appreciate.
Be patient let me root out the meaning of nec and explain
I once came across it but didn't know where so exercise some patient
Nec_---not elsewhere classified
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by oknee: 11:44am On May 18, 2016
hartson:


You are welcome,I appreciate.
Be patient let me root out the meaning of nec and explain
I once came across it but didn't know where so exercise some patient
Nec_---not elsewhere classified
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 2:14pm On May 18, 2016
oknee:

Nec_---not elsewhere classified

Yeah,thats correct I think is something related to certain job classification or so.Can't really give much details about it for now.I recall I read about it when I was trying to find my occupation class
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by ABUkAkA: 9:33pm On May 19, 2016
Good Day everyone, am an Electrical Engineer with Five years of experience, and I would love to migrate to New Zealand....Please what are the steps ?

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Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 12:32pm On May 20, 2016
ABUkAkA:
Good Day everyone, am an Electrical Engineer with Five years of experience, and I would love to migrate to New Zealand....Please what are the steps ?

Create an EOI profile.see the link to access the portal in one of my mentions above.read the detail of the links in page 1 as well
Note:your profession is regulated in NZ so you need to have do an assessment with IPENZ.
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by Blackkie: 10:00pm On May 25, 2016
Do not allow this thread to go dry.
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 4:13pm On May 26, 2016
dry ke undecided lol.Good news is loading..........................

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Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by Blackkie: 11:59pm On May 26, 2016
Let it be......................................................

hartson:
dry ke undecided lol.Good news is loading..........................
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 12:32pm On May 27, 2016
Blackkie:
Let it be......................................................

yeah,as in success news loading .....................80% completed so far,please wait exercise some patient

after some times loading status changes to success news completed 100%

PR visa stamped

then jubilation will be like-pour! pour!! pour!!! champagne grin grin

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Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by Nwaonyeocha: 3:12am On May 28, 2016
It will be great to bank on someone's experience to move faster.
Kudos.

hartson:

yeah,as in success news loading .....................80% completed so far,please wait exercise some patient

after some times loading status changes to success news completed 100%

PR visa stamped

then jubilation will be like-pour! pour!! pour!!! champagne grin grin
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 10:29am On May 28, 2016
Nwaonyeocha:
It will be great to bank on someone's experience to move faster.
Kudos.


On point,hopefully we will get there by God's grace.
regards
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by Nwaonyeocha: 2:18pm On Jun 03, 2016
Something is funny about Nigerians and travelling. If a country is not in hot demand, they will never go for its Visa. However, travelling to some countries are the lee ways of having access to the big ones.
Some 10 years ago Canada and Australia was not popular today the reverse is the case.
I see NZ getting tougher soonest.

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Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by Nwaonyeocha: 11:49pm On Jun 03, 2016
I need a voice on this issue -
How easy is it for someone to use a different job knowledge to apply for Skilled Worker Visa and latter change his or her profession when in NZ?
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by marksburg: 1:44pm On Jun 04, 2016
hello guys, I have a bsc in mech engnrn with a 3yrs banking experience. I'm still wondering if I can apply for anytin here

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Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by marksburg: 1:47pm On Jun 04, 2016
hello everyone.... I have a bsc in mech engrng. can I also apply?
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by 40manlappy: 6:30pm On Jun 04, 2016
Nwaonyeocha:
Something is funny about Nigerians and travelling. If a country is not in hot demand, they will never go for its Visa. However, travelling to some countries are the lee ways of having access to the big ones.
Some 10 years ago Canada and Australia was not popular today the reverse is the case.
I see NZ getting tougher soonest.

You are discerning. "Flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee..." cheesy
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by 40manlappy: 6:33pm On Jun 04, 2016
marksburg:
hello guys, I have a bsc in mech engnrn with a 3yrs banking experience. I'm still wondering if I can apply for anytin here

Go to the first page and read more on this, including the links provided. Chances are that you will get the answers to your questions. If not, you can come back and ask specific questions.

This is a developing thread. All hands has to be on deck.
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by Jetspeed: 11:02pm On Jun 04, 2016
Did the self assessment and got 125points.

Seems English Test (ielts) is not mandatory. This is a big plus
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 3:41pm On Jun 05, 2016
Sorry guys,I have not being around for sometime now.too busy with stuffs.glad am back
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 3:49pm On Jun 05, 2016
40manlappy:


Go to the first page and read more on this, including the links provided. Chances are that you will get the answers to your questions. If not, you can come back and ask specific questions.

This is a developing thread. All hands has to be on deck.

check if your occupation is listed in the long term skill shortage.if it is listed then check the qualification requirements and no of years experience required in col. 3 & 4 to be eligible for bonus points.
You might likely qualify to apply but if your occupation is not among the LTSL then you can't claim bonus point
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 3:51pm On Jun 05, 2016
marksburg:
hello guys, I have a bsc in mech engnrn with a 3yrs banking experience. I'm still wondering if I can apply for anytin here

check if your occupation is listed in the long term skill shortage.if it is listed then check the qualification requirements and no of years experience required in col. 3 & 4 to be eligible for bonus points.
You might likely qualify to apply but if your occupation is not among the LTSL then you can't claim bonus point
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 3:53pm On Jun 05, 2016
[quote author=hartson post=46299332]

sorry for the missqoute,I intended to quote marksbug
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 4:13pm On Jun 05, 2016
Jetspeed:
Did the self assessment and got 125points.

Seems English Test (ielts) is not mandatory. This is a big plus

Good you got 125 in the self assessment but sometimes the score you had in the self assessment reduces when you begin to fill the main EOI online app.
The good thing about NZ EOI is that IELTS Academic or General Training 6.5 or more for PA and 5.5 for spouse is acceptable.
is not that it is not compulsory,it is more likely to enhance your chances as evidence of english ability than providing english knowledge testimonial.
They stated that whatever you may provide as proof of language ability,they will still demand for IELTS result
you earn no point for language ability.
Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 4:18pm On Jun 05, 2016
Nwaonyeocha:
Something is funny about Nigerians and travelling. If a country is not in hot demand, they will never go for its Visa. However, travelling to some countries are the lee ways of having access to the big ones.
Some 10 years ago Canada and Australia was not popular today the reverse is the case.
I see NZ getting tougher soonest.

heheheh.You know Nigerians,let few persons qoute that they have gotten ITA then see how people will invade this thread. grin grin

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Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by hartson(m): 4:30pm On Jun 05, 2016
Nwaonyeocha:
I need a voice on this issue -
How easy is it for someone to use a different job knowledge to apply for Skilled Worker Visa and latter change his or her profession when in NZ?

Huh!!! you can choose to hop from one job to another after undergoing few months basic training or learn a trade when in NZ, the big issue is to get the SMC visa first with whatever job knowlegde you have.
Except you are in regulated profession that requires licence to operate.
Somebody that read marketing with few years marketing experience went to US did 3 months certificate course in computer programming then another 3 months advance computer programming today he is a top notch IT guru.so there are no limitations one you are there except you are licenced.

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Re: New Zealand Skilled Worker Category by Nwaonyeocha: 6:22pm On Jun 05, 2016
So IELTS is mandatory for NZ SMC visa?

hartson:


Good you got 125 in the self assessment but sometimes the score you had in the self assessment reduces when you begin to fill the main EOI online app.
The good thing about NZ EOI is that IELTS Academic or General Training 6.5 or more for PA and 5.5 for spouse is acceptable.
is not that it is not compulsory,it is more likely to enhance your chances as evidence of english ability than providing english knowledge testimonial.
They stated that whatever you may provide as proof of language ability,they will still demand for IELTS result
you earn no point for language ability.

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