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|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by passymobile(m): 7:32pm On Feb 05|
[quote author=SAT123 post=8638604 i sent you a pm ,i would love to disscuss with you
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by kingfish101: 8:22pm On Feb 05|
Good evening house,
I’m new here on Nairaland. A friend of mine introduced me to this forum.
I would like y’all assistance. I’m coming to NZ with Visitor's Visa and I would like to know my possibilities and chances of staying there once I come.
If I can switch my visa when I’m in NZ. what and what do I need to do because I don’t want to come back and I would want to explore the opportunity for greener pastures.
Gurus in the house should help me through. Thanks
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by fazbuk(m): 1:19am On Feb 06|
Thank for your response,
I'm for applying for my Masters degree in NZ and I was asked by the question. Canterbury. challenges someone new in the country can face
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by SAT123(m): 6:20am On Feb 06|
1. Accomodation :
It is expensive here .
2. Driving ,driving is on the LHS (steering wheel is on the right).
3. Local food can’t be gotten but you will surely get what will be okay for you.
4.Getting accustom to fast English speaking residents.
Check quora and google for more
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Runtown07: 1:09pm On Feb 11|
femijck:pls @ femi I will like to DM u one on one, I send u pm, there is something important want to share pls.
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by hamenorano: 12:27am On Feb 12|
Hello, Mr Femi, I'll like to know if I can get a job easily in NZ once I'm in. I've read though your thread. I got my Visa already through a Sport link in Abuja and after I get into NZ, I want to know how easy it will be for me to get a job and please I want to know if there are casual jobs in NZ and how much they pay. Thank you in advance.
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by GENTLENNAJI(m): 1:55pm On Feb 12|
hamenorano:congratulations bro can I DM u on this bold er though
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by DorianD(m): 5:20pm On Feb 12|
Hello house... Thanks to Femi and other greats here... Have been a passive follower of this thread. I heard an international student studying Nz certificate in Engineering level 3 would not be allowed to work (part time) and isn't eligible for post study work visa. Pls how true is this?
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 6:03pm On Feb 12|
hamenorano:congrats on ur visa, yes there are casual jobs all around....availability also depends on city. But if you ain't picky, getting a job shouldn't be any difficult regardless.
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Royals1st: 11:57pm On Feb 12|
Good day everyone pls can some one advice how will i upload my bank statement it almost 60 pages and doing only application please advice and how to reduce docs to 10MB SISE PLEASE IT URGENT house please
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Hills2012: 3:37pm On Feb 13|
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by davodyguy: 9:16am On Feb 14|
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 8:56pm On Feb 14|
davodyguy:hopefully we can make it there...lol
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by davodyguy: 8:58pm On Feb 14|
femijck:Me too wants to be there
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 9:26pm On Feb 14|
davodyguy:you are the boss òré, u can be anywhere u want to... the venue is less than 5 minutes drive from the mall we went the last time.
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by davodyguy: 11:50pm On Feb 14|
femijck:I'm thinking of sending my family to you in NZL. I'm getting scared of Nigeria.
If these bandits should leave the North and enter the south, Nigeria may be consumed. Im worried
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 10:13am On Feb 15|
davodyguy:we can only pray for the peace of Jerusalem now my brother....home is where the heart is.....even if we reside here, we still need a place to call home.
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by justnock: 5:00am On Feb 17|
I like New Zealand. It's a very quiet country...my kind of country. @ OP, I wish you all the best. May God surprise you.
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by yehtie: 9:16pm On Feb 17|
hello everyone, thank you for your effort on this thread, pls I have few questions and I will be glad if you respond. i want to know if it is possible to switch visa when I get to new zealand because I am planning to relocate with my family to new zealand but I want to knw if it is possible for us to change our visa from tourist when we get there . thank you
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Lekster(m): 3:51am On Feb 18|
Good day to you sir
Trust you are good
Please I will like to make an inquiry about nurse migrating to NZ
I came across a post on Nairaland please how visible is this?
Can my partner give it a shot ?
Thanks in anticipation I will be waiting to hear from you
1. Complete a three years Basic Midwifery study and get registered and licensed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
2. Get a valid (not expired) international passport ready. This cost around 25,000 naira from any immigration office near you.
2. At this point I advise you open a dollar account in any Nigerian bank so you can easily pay for your application and registration fee to New Zealand Midwifery Council. Don't panic. Its not difficult to open. Just go to aboki buy US$10 with 3500 naira. Go with your intl passport, electricity bill, 2 passport photographs to FCMB bank and they will do it for you. When you are ready to apply to New Zealand Midwifery Council, you must buy dollar from aboki and pay into this account to cover the amount you want to pay to New Zealand Midwifery Council. You need this because you can't pay to New Zealand Midwifery Council with your naira atm card.
3. Log in to www.midwiferycouncil.health.nz/midwives/becoming-registered-practise/internationally-qualified-midwives-application-guidelines to study the guidelines.
4. With your valid valid license and intl passport ready and your dollar account funded with at least US$200, you Log in to www.midwiferycouncil.health.nz and create an account in their website. You will be given a username and password which you will need to Log in anytime. Click on 'Apply' and select 'Oversea' and fill the form.
Select 'Assessment fee'. This is because your documents will be assessed first before proper registration. Assessment fee is 250 New Zealand dollar, about 62,000 naira.
On payment option, select credit card and fill in the details on your dollar account atm card.
If they confirm your credentials to be true, they will give you decision letter to pay for your registration and license. This cost 750 New Zealand dollar, about 186,000 naira.
5. After filling the form online, you will be asked to print out two forms. You will take one to Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria to fill and send directly to New Zealand Midwifery Council.
6. You will send the following documents by post to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council,
22 Willeston Street,
- A photocopy of the data page of your intl passport
- Photocopy of your RM Notification of Registration
- Certificate of Good Standing. This with be sent by Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria directly to New Zealand Midwifery Council. NMCN charges around 10,000 naira for this.
7. Your CV signed and dated. It must also state names, full addresses of all health facilities/clinics/hospitals you have worked, your position, ward and explain the functions of that ward/unit.
8. Meet the Principal of your school of Midwifery and ask them to send your transcripts to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council
Tell your Principal to add that your studies were conducted and you were examined in English language. This is very important. If this is not stated, you will be required to sit and take IELTS test.
9. Get a reference letter from one of your former or current employer stating your Midwifery ability and conduct.
Another reference letter can come from a person of high standing but not related to you. You will add it in the documents you will send to New Zealand Midwifery Council.
10. Get a medical certificate of physical and mental fitness from a government hospital.
11. Fill the Self Assessment Against Competencies form. This is the second form you printed from New Zealand Midwifery Council website. You are required to have conducted at least 30 deliveries by yourself, 20 as assistants and 50 as observer. You will answer some questions on antenatal, postnatal, episiotomy, deliveries, medical surgical nursing, etc.
12. Photocopy of your WAEC/NECO. Ask your school to give you a testimonial stating your academic background and conduct. Your secondary school must state that English was the medium of study and you were examined in English language. This is the condition New Zealand Midwifery Council accepts to exempt you from taking IELTS.
12. First School Leaving Certificate.
13. Completed and printed online application form from New Zealand Midwifery Council website.
Note: all Photocopies must be notarised by a solicitor. He must print his name, Complete address, phone number, rank/designation and state 'I certify this document a true copy of their originals' on each documents. If this is not done, it will be rejected. So get a lawyer do that.
Mail all documents to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council in the address stated above.
If you have further questions on registration and licensing, pls write to New Zealand Midwifery Council via email@example.com
After your qualification is assessed and New Zealand Midwifery Council informs you, the next step is to look for Midwives recruitment agency in New Zealand.
They will assist you get a job while you are still in Nigeria.
They will file application for your work permit, pay your visa fee, your flight ticket, receive you on arrival in New Zealand and arrange an accommodation for you. You will sign a contract to work for them for 2 or 3 years. This does not affect your salary oo.
If you are married, they can sponsor you, your husband and one child or you and two children without your husband.
If you have further questions on Sponsorship, pls write:
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Fabulousmua: 8:53pm On Feb 25|
One agent told me that once am called for new zealand biometrics it means I av already been issued the visa...
Please how true is that..
Guru's in the house please reply
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by hairbyuj(f): 10:53pm On Feb 25|
Boss i sight u o...how can i do this research
Can we talk via email so u can sent me ur number , firstname.lastname@example.org
|Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Jherrytobi: 7:50pm|
good evening everyone,
please i submitted my application on the 20th of this month, ever since i received a mail from them on 21 to submit my passport to southafrica i haven't heard from them,its been 7days now, how long do the take to process the visa? as i haven't heard from them do i stand a chance to be granted visa. i pray it ends in praise oo, but as at the moment i haven't sent my passport or paid the service fees hope that wouldn't hinder the processing time, thanks in advance for your feedback's.
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