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Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by promzy555(m): 1:48pm On Jan 25
Thanks
femijck:
do it yourself.....but I really dont know much about Dubai

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Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by MISTAICEY02288(m): 9:45pm On Jan 25
Hiii Femicjk. Great job you're doing here and God bless you for your assistance to people. I have read the requirements of NZL visit visa in their website and i think i can actually meet those requirements. Now my question is, is, if i succeed in getting 3months visitors visa, can I work over there and the change my status to working visa and then process PR eventually? Thanks in advance.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by daslimentceo: 3:17pm On Jan 27
Hello SAT123

I'm trying to get an Accredited employer also for a while now but they all keep saying once I get into the country (NZ) then I should come to them. I've submitted my CV to some recruitment agency in NZ and they all saying the same thing. Kindly elaborate more if you have the time, how you went about getting Accredited employer.

Also Femi, please if you're reading this, I will like you to advise on what to do here.

I plan to relocate with my fiancee down to NZ, I want to run school application for her (Msc), while I tag along as benefactor because according to NZ website I can easily get a work permit if she is in school over there.

Please what do you think about this process? Anyone in the house can advise also.

SAT123:


I came in on Work to residence (Accredited employer) visa.

The INZ website will give more clarification on it but it was sponsored by an Accredited employer.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by creamguyy20: 4:45pm On Jan 28
I've been following this forum for sometime I really appreciate what you guys are doing especially femijck the manner at which you respond to people questions politely on this forum with humility. I am a crane and piling Rig operator. I also have experience in operating payloader, excavator. I intend to move to New Zealand on work visa but I don't have idea on how to go about it. Please guru in the house I will appreciate your kind advice. Thanks.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by promzy555(m): 6:49pm On Jan 28
Good day everyone, once again thank you all for your information. Anytime I remember that lady I always pray for every nairalanders only God knows I would have given her more money wen she requested for it, but thanks to my brothers and sisters. I have called her to take the 150k and return my passport. Once I get my passport I am planning to report her to the media there is a popular radio and TV program, MAN AROUND TOWN. So to see if they can help stop dis criminal lady frm collecting money frm people on pretence. I need advice if to go ahead or mind my business.

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Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Runtown07: 7:03pm On Jan 28
daslimentceo:
Hello SAT123

I'm trying to get an Accredited employer also for a while now but they all keep saying once I get into the country (NZ) then I should come to them. I've submitted my CV to some recruitment agency in NZ and they all saying the same thing. Kindly elaborate more if you have the time, how you went about getting Accredited employer.

Also Femi, please if you're reading this, I will like you to advise on what to do here.

I plan to relocate with my fiancee down to NZ, I want to run school application for her (Msc), while I tag along as benefactor because according to NZ website I can easily get a work permit if she is in school over there.

Please what do you think about this process? Anyone in the house can advise also.

please can you share more light on this and also like link people to apply directly to the accredited agent in nz.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by daslimentceo: 9:01am On Jan 29
https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa/tools-and-information/work-and-employment/accredited-labour-hire-companies

Runtown07:
please can you share more light on this and also like link people to apply directly to the accredited agent in nz.

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Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by SAT123(m): 4:49pm On Jan 29
daslimentceo:
Hello SAT123

I'm trying to get an Accredited employer also for a while now but they all keep saying once I get into the country (NZ) then I should come to them. I've submitted my CV to some recruitment agency in NZ and they all saying the same thing. Kindly elaborate more if you have the time, how you went about getting Accredited employer.

Also Femi, please if you're reading this, I will like you to advise on what to do here.

I plan to relocate with my fiancee down to NZ, I want to run school application for her (Msc), while I tag along as benefactor because according to NZ website I can easily get a work permit if she is in school over there.

Please what do you think about this process? Anyone in the house can advise also.


Hi,

My case is entirely different as I didn’t search for any accredited employer,my employer in Nigeria is an accredited in NZ and they had openings which need to be filled urgently by experienced hand,that created the opportunity for me,and my entire process was handled by the company,I also came here to seek advice whenever am lost.

Here is a link to the NZ accredited employer culled from immigration NZ website.

https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa/tools-and-information/tools/accredited-employers-list

I will advice you mail them and see if there is opening that will suit you.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 6:22pm On Jan 29
daslimentceo:
Hello SAT123

I'm trying to get an Accredited employer also for a while now but they all keep saying once I get into the country (NZ) then I should come to them. I've submitted my CV to some recruitment agency in NZ and they all saying the same thing. Kindly elaborate more if you have the time, how you went about getting Accredited employer.

Also Femi, please if you're reading this, I will like you to advise on what to do here.

I plan to relocate with my fiancee down to NZ, I want to run school application for her (Msc), while I tag along as benefactor because according to NZ website I can easily get a work permit if she is in school over there.

Please what do you think about this process? Anyone in the house can advise also.

yea, being a dependent on your spouse student visa is a very good option......you will get an open work visa for as long as she's in NZ. Either study or post study work visa. Also, as a dependent, if you get a skilled job, u might be eligible for residency and your wife will also benefit.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by creamguyy20: 7:05pm On Jan 29
Some should please advise. Thanks.
creamguyy20:
I've been following this forum for sometime I really appreciate what you guys are doing especially femijck the manner at which you respond to people questions politely on this forum with humility. I am a crane and piling Rig operator. I also have experience in operating payloader, excavator. I intend to move to New Zealand on work visa but I don't have idea on how to go about it. Please guru in the house I will appreciate your kind advice. Thanks.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by creamguyy20: 7:07pm On Jan 29
#Femi
creamguyy20:
Some should please advise. Thanks.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 8:20am On Jan 30
creamguyy20:
I've been following this forum for sometime I really appreciate what you guys are doing especially femijck the manner at which you respond to people questions politely on this forum with humility. I am a crane and piling Rig operator. I also have experience in operating payloader, excavator. I intend to move to New Zealand on work visa but I don't have idea on how to go about it. Please guru in the house I will appreciate your kind advice. Thanks.

You have a skill which is needed in NZ......however I will advise you to do some google search on how to get a job as a crane driver from oversea....the resources are available online. Read and understand what u looking for and how to apply or calculate the points. come back with any questions then we might be able to help.....but advising u when u dont have any idea about what visa or process u looking at is quite tedious.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by daslimentceo: 4:41pm On Jan 30
Thanks so much for the reply. I really do appreciate

femijck:
yea, being a dependent on your spouse student visa is a very good option......you will get an open work visa for as long as she's in NZ. Either study or post study work visa. Also, as a dependent, if you get a skilled job, u might be eligible for residency and your wife will also benefit.

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Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by daslimentceo: 4:41pm On Jan 30
Thanks for the response.

SAT123:


Hi,

My case is entirely different as I didn’t search for any accredited employer,my employer in Nigeria is an accredited in NZ and they had openings which need to be filled urgently by experienced hand,that created the opportunity for me,and my entire process was handled by the company,I also came here to seek advice whenever am lost.

Here is a link to the NZ accredited employer culled from immigration NZ website.

https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa/tools-and-information/tools/accredited-employers-list

I will advice you mail them and see if there is opening that will suit you.




Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by creamguyy20: 7:06pm On Jan 30
Thanks bro for the advise.
femijck:

You have a skill which is needed in NZ......however I will advise you to do some google search on how to get a job as a crane driver from oversea....the resources are available online. Read and understand what u looking for and how to apply or calculate the points. come back with any questions then we might be able to help.....but advising u when u dont have any idea about what visa or process u looking at is quite tedious.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by ugsams(m): 9:06pm On Jan 30
daslimentceo:
Hello SAT123

I'm trying to get an Accredited employer also for a while now but they all keep saying once I get into the country (NZ) then I should come to them. I've submitted my CV to some recruitment agency in NZ and they all saying the same thing. Kindly elaborate more if you have the time, how you went about getting Accredited employer.

Also Femi, please if you're reading this, I will like you to advise on what to do here.

I plan to relocate with my fiancee down to NZ, I want to run school application for her (Msc), while I tag along as benefactor because according to NZ website I can easily get a work permit if she is in school over there.

Please what do you think about this process? Anyone in the house can advise also.


If you can afford it, your fiancee coming to New Zealand to study is a good way of coming to New Zealand. However, if you can't afford the cost of her MSc, let her do her masters degree Nigeria and apply for a PhD admission. Tuition fee for PhD is way cheaper than masters and undergraduate.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by ugsams(m): 9:10pm On Jan 30
SAT123:
Happy New Year Everyone,

I arrived NZ, Hamilton safely on Sunday 19th January.

Thanks to everyone here with advice and a lot of useful information been posted here.

I will work on getting as much information as possible so that I can contribute my quota in making this platfom better for as many people that requires the information.

I still need help with where to get what here in Hamilton.,any African store for something close to what we have in Nigeria?

I won't mind meeting up before I resume work fully.

Wish us all a fulfilling new year.

SAT123

I offered to assist you with information and connect you to some Nigerians over there in Hamilton as I have lived and worked in Hamilton. I'm not usually online on Nairaland these days and obviously I can't share the contact out here on a public forum. If you still need any information or assistance, feel free to send me a PM.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by daslimentceo: 10:02am On Jan 31
Thanks so much, will also put this down into consideration.

ugsams:


If you can afford it, your fiancee coming to New Zealand to study is a good way of coming to New Zealand. However, if you can't afford the cost of her MSc, let her do her masters degree Nigeria and apply for a PhD admission. Tuition fee for PhD is way cheaper than masters and undergraduate.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by SAT123(m): 3:45pm On Jan 31
ugsams:

Thanks Bro,doing that straight away.

I offered to assist you with information and connect you to some Nigerians over there in Hamilton as I have lived and worked in Hamilton. I'm not usually online on Nairaland these days and obviously I can't share the contact out here on a public forum. If you still need any information or assistance, feel free to send me a PM.


By the way,cost of weekly/monthly rent of accomodation here will buy house in my village in Nigeria
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Ticha: 6:03am On Feb 01
SAT123:
Happy New Year Everyone,

I arrived NZ, Hamilton safely on Sunday 19th January.

Thanks to everyone here with advice and a lot of useful information been posted here.

I will work on getting as much information as possible so that I can contribute my quota in making this platfom better for as many people that requires the information.

I still need help with where to get what here in Hamilton.,any African store for something close to what we have in Nigeria?

I won't mind meeting up before I resume work fully.

Wish us all a fulfilling new year.

SAT123

Welcome! I will be in Hamilton next Tuesday (11th Feb)I don't know any Nigerians there but my close friend who lives there is African and can give you tips etc
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Ticha: 6:04am On Feb 01
nelod2large:

Thats the Nzeta mail. The reference numbers and passport numbers are scrambled on black.
The second is a screenshot of NZ immigration check

Definitely a transit visa - my friend went to work in Fiji and was given the same. Where is your end destination?
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by fazbuk(m): 7:22pm On Feb 03
Please, what preparation do I need to make for me coming to NZ in other to overcome the challenges in NZ please?

I will appreciate your response
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Adesolomon2014(m): 8:57am On Feb 04
tataiwo09:

Bros,

Please I need your help.

I recently applied for a phd course to University of Auckland.


They asked me to send certified international passport to their office.

Please, can you help me with this hurdle?

Thanks in advance

This is my mail for further discussion sir (Juxtbaz@gmail.com)

Hi bro,

I did apply for an MSc programme too at the above school and was sent a similar message to yours, how did you go about it?
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by tataiwo09(m): 8:59am On Feb 04
Adesolomon2014:


Hi bro,

I did apply for an MSc programme too at the above school and was sent a similar message to yours, how did you go about it?

I didn't send the documents
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Adesolomon2014(m): 12:54pm On Feb 04
tataiwo09:


I didn't send the documents

Ohh why?
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by SAT123(m): 3:27am On Feb 05
ugsams:


I offered to assist you with information and connect you to some Nigerians over there in Hamilton as I have lived and worked in Hamilton. I'm not usually online on Nairaland these days and obviously I can't share the contact out here on a public forum. If you still need any information or assistance, feel free to send me a PM.


Thanks Very much Ugsams,the people you network me with are just very wonderful, they are going lengths for me to be comfortable.

Really appreciate.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by SAT123(m): 3:29am On Feb 05
Ticha:


Welcome! I will be in Hamilton next Tuesday (11th Feb)I don't know any Nigerians there but my close friend who lives there is African and can give you tips etc

Hi Ticha,

Thanks,am gradually finding my foot,we can meet and greet though I won’t be available until around 8pm.

Thanks too for the help.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by SAT123(m): 3:34am On Feb 05
fazbuk:
Please, what preparation do I need to make for me coming to NZ in other to overcome the challenges in NZ please?

I will appreciate your response

@ Fazbuk,

To help you,what is your misision and visa status?
Where do you intend to visit or stay?
What type of challenges are you envisaging?

There aren’t any challenges so far provided you have made up your mind to pull through.

You will adapt to food and get stuffs that suit you but don’t expect swallow 100%,you will get Semolina and okro at chinese stores,palm is available in Auckland,am yet to go down there.

For accomodation,be prepared...it is very expensive but you can pair with people in a flat;avg 200-300NZD/week.

You can ask further and specific questions.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Adebeampay: 8:17am On Feb 05
Adesolomon2014:


Hi bro,

I did apply for an MSc programme too at the above school and was sent a similar message to yours, how did you go about it?

I didn't send a certification of my passport either and was offered PhD admission into the University. I will advice you to focus on other things for now especially how to secure a visa. I feel this can be sorted out when you finally get to the University.

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Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Adesolomon2014(m): 9:01am On Feb 05
Adebeampay:


I didn't send a certification of my passport either and was offered PhD admission into the University. I will advice you to focus on other things for now especially how to secure a visa. I feel this can be sorted out when you finally get to the University.

oh wow.
Though I applied due to the scholarship offered by New Zealand.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by ugsams(m): 10:40am On Feb 05
SAT123:


Thanks Very much Ugsams,the people you network me with are just very wonderful, they are going lengths for me to be comfortable.

Really appreciate.

It's nothing bro, I'm happy to contribute the little I can to humanity. I wish you all the best out there, hopefully I'll see you guys at a point.

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