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Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Keezzy(m): 8:54pm On Mar 06, 2020
I'm about to start. I just need some heads up

femijck:
so what's the issue with the application sir?
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by dondan009: 12:08am On Mar 07, 2020
femijck:
u should do it yourself...I can link u to a friend doing his PhD in same field.....he might be able to help....send a pm
am grateful bro, am trying to send you a pm but it’s not going smoothly, am not so conversant with nairaland. dondan009@yahoo.com
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by radicalcatalyst: 8:52am On Mar 10, 2020
Good day Uncle femi please i will like you to help me confirm if this is real

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Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 8:25pm On Mar 10, 2020
radicalcatalyst:
Good day Uncle femi please i will like you to help me confirm if this is real

I'm currently at work now and instead of doing any authenticity research, I decided to show this to a few of my colleagues who are also immigrants from other countries. I didn't tell them the origin or my opinion. But they all concluded it's a fake visa.....

I believe this is from a travel agent. I won't point out the mistakes for security reasons......that might make their scam business too easy for their next victim.

So my brother, I will also go with them....its 99% fake.

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Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by radicalcatalyst: 1:37am On Mar 11, 2020
Thank you so much uncle Femi.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 2:45am On Mar 11, 2020
radicalcatalyst:
Thank you so much uncle Femi.
always welcome sir.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by dondan009: 6:44am On Mar 13, 2020
Bro Femi can you inbox me the contact of your guy doing PhD in mechanical what the immigration adviser the school recommended is telling me is so cumbersome you can WhatsApp me on 08034492934
dondan009:
am grateful bro, am trying to send you a pm but it’s not going smoothly, am not so conversant with nairaland. dondan009@yahoo.com
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by travelaunz: 7:48am On Mar 14, 2020
Good day chief femi and other honourable members.... I want you to please guide/advice me. I approached a relative that has been living legally in NZ with his family for over 20 years my intention to migrate to NZ. I told him a number of employers/recuiters in NZ would want foreign job seekers to arrive the country and apply for job with NZ address. I told him if I can come with a visitor's visa, it is possible I get valid offer of employment from an accredited employer with essential work visa. His response: Sending me an invitation is not a problem but he's expected to have in account nz$15,000 which he did have and I also will be expected to have some certain amount in my own account. I don't know what to do, can you please advise me?
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by travelaunz: 8:07am On Mar 14, 2020
I also want to explore study. I checked some of the school portals/website and I realised vocational training/study is for the high school students in New Zealand. I found some school with a year duration programmes. I really don't know the difference in graduate diploma, advanced diploma, New Zealand diploma etc Which of this diploma can I apply for with HND and won't be denied admission and visa? Is there any one here that know any vocational program an international student can apply for and be denied admission or visa? Thanks so much
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by travelaunz: 8:51am On Mar 14, 2020
My intention is to study IT related programs
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 9:32am On Mar 14, 2020
travelaunz:
Good day chief femi and other honourable members.... I want you to please guide/advice me. I approached a relative that has been living legally in NZ with his family for over 20 years my intention to migrate to NZ. I told him a number of employers/recuiters in NZ would want foreign job seekers to arrive the country and apply for job with NZ address. I told him if I can come with a visitor's visa, it is possible I get valid offer of employment from an accredited employer with essential work visa. His response: Sending me an invitation is not a problem but he's expected to have in account nz$15,000 which he did have and I also will be expected to have some certain amount in my own account. I don't know what to do, can you please advise me?


What exactly is your question? He's willing to sponsor right?
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 9:35am On Mar 14, 2020
travelaunz:
I also want to explore study. I checked some of the school portals/website and I realised vocational training/study is for the high school students in New Zealand. I found some school with a year duration programmes. I really don't know the difference in graduate diploma, advanced diploma, New Zealand diploma etc Which of this diploma can I apply for with HND and won't be denied admission and visa? Is there any one here that know any vocational program an international student can apply for and be denied admission or visa? Thanks so much

Admission first....check that u meet the requirements then apply for any course of ur choice.....Nd be sure they accept international students for the programme u applying for.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by travelaunz: 12:39pm On Mar 14, 2020
femijck:


What exactly is your question? He's willing to sponsor right?
He's not willing Sir. Not ready to get committed financially.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by dondan009: 7:34am On Mar 17, 2020
Uncle Femi please respond to me Daniel or inbox me please am running out of time, my school will resume by July and I have no made serious move about my visa, and what is the best process to pay for ones fees to the school master card of bank transfer. Please
travelaunz:
He's not willing Sir. Not ready to get committed financially.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 8:05am On Mar 17, 2020
dondan009:
Uncle Femi please respond to me Daniel or inbox me please am running out of time, my school will resume by July and I have no made serious move about my visa, and what is the best process to pay for ones fees to the school master card of bank transfer. Please
I dont know much about all these stuffs right now.....keeping safe from coronavirus is a hot topic now as more cases are being detected lately also maybe NZ might shut down soon.....Anyway, I still need to get my friend's permission before I can give out his contact...
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Sweetas2(m): 9:11am On Mar 19, 2020
Effective from 23:59 on Thursday 19 March 2020
Most foreign travellers can no longer enter New Zealand. Returning residents and citizens must isolate themselves upon arrival. Travel to New Zealand

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is working with the Ministry of Health and other government agencies to manage the COVID-19 outbreak. These restrictions will be reviewed in 14 days.

New Zealand citizens, permanent residents, residents with valid travel conditions and their immediate family (partner or spouse, legal guardian and dependent children under the age of 24) can still come to New Zealand. Immediate family members cannot travel by themselves. They must travel with the New Zealand citizen or resident family member on the same flight to New Zealand.


Sad News.. Tough time ahead sad angry cry
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by DorianD(m): 4:54pm On Mar 24, 2020
Received a letter of admission from Manukau Institute of Tech this morning(post graduate diploma in Mechanical Engineering), but Man!, the school fee no be here so it was a BITTERsweet feel.To even think of the compulsory sum one must post into a domicile account.May God help the helpless cry cry
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by olamide122333: 6:22am On Mar 29, 2020
Hello Oga Femi . My name is Olamide. i saw your post on www.nairaland.com/femijck and i want to ask you a question regarding to the post. Presently i am in Malaysia on a student visa and i am planning to come to New Zealand on a Culturally Arranged Marriage Visitor Visa. I have a very good experience in Industrial electrical work, do you know if i can get a job in New Zealand if i don't have a Registration or License with the Electrical Workers Registration Board. i look at some website like (www.trademe.co.nz and www.seek.co.nz) to look for a job but most of the vacant require Registration or License with the Electrical Workers Registration Board. my question is i want to know if i can get an electrician job in New Zealand without a Registration or License with the Electrical Workers Registration Board? I humbly request for this information and i will be looking forward to hear from you soon. My Email address is oseniolamide111@gmail.com Thanks
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by davodyguy: 11:45am On Apr 03, 2020
Ọgá Femi

How far with you and the others in NZL

Hope you're all fine
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by davodyguy: 11:47am On Apr 03, 2020
olamide122333:
I humbly requ My Email address is oseniolamide111@gmail.com Thanks
Please remove his full name from the post, that's why I didn't quite you in full.

This is a faceless forum, not for too much information
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by davodyguy: 11:51am On Apr 03, 2020
radicalcatalyst:
Good day Uncle femi please i will like you to help me confirm if this is real
Of you follow this thread well, we always advice that you applicants should not show too much desperation, they'll take advantage of you
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by olamide122333: 1:06am On Apr 04, 2020
davodyguy:

Please remove his full name from the post, that's why I didn't quite you in full.

This is a faceless forum, not for too much information

thanks
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 9:35am On Apr 04, 2020
well, we don't know what the outcome of this Pandemic would be. But getting an electrical job should not be hard regardless...... However u will definitely need to be NZ certified. You should probably look into the certification process first
olamide122333:
Hello Oga Femi . My name is Olamide. i saw your post on www.nairaland.com/femijck and i want to ask you a question regarding to the post. Presently i am in Malaysia on a student visa and i am planning to come to New Zealand on a Culturally Arranged Marriage Visitor Visa. I have a very good experience in Industrial electrical work, do you know if i can get a job in New Zealand if i don't have a Registration or License with the Electrical Workers Registration Board. i look at some website like (www.trademe.co.nz and www.seek.co.nz) to look for a job but most of the vacant require Registration or License with the Electrical Workers Registration Board. my question is i want to know if i can get an electrician job in New Zealand without a Registration or License with the Electrical Workers Registration Board? I humbly request for this information and i will be looking forward to hear from you soon. My Email address is oseniolamide111@gmail.com Thanks
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by dotunfelix1: 4:47pm On Apr 14, 2020
Hello @femijck pls I need your advice and newzealand work permit pls�

femijck:


What exactly is your question? He's willing to sponsor right?
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by yr2020: 3:11pm On Apr 15, 2020
Good day sir,

I have gone through this thread and really appreciate your contributions.
My husband and I will like to embark on new Zealand journey as permanent residence( this Naija done tire person)
Considering the skilled immigrant pathway;
He has been working with chi limited for more than 8 years now as a senior quality assurance officer for all kinds of drinks and diary product. Less than 39 years of age.
But on the list of long term shortage of occupation, we don’t have his work there but food technologist.
I also have more than 6 years of experience in administration
Both Studying for IELTS now during this lockdown.

My question:
Can his work (Quality control)be categorized under this( food technologist) cos it’s all related.

Response will be greatly appreciated

femijck:
well, we don't know what the outcome of this Pandemic would be. But getting an electrical job should not be hard regardless...... However u will definitely need to be NZ certified. You should probably look into the certification process first
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by bikerboy1(m): 11:38am On Apr 16, 2020
Xhale:
Hello House Members,

I'm new on Nairaland but got to know about this platform in July following the response I got from the VAC-SA that my passport was ready for collection 2 days after submission. It was in my worry that some1 sent me this link where I read through the message trails and confirmed that passport verification within days is a norm.

On that note, I say kudos to all those who spare their invaluable time to share vital information on this platform. Indeed, the details clear doubts and give answers to many questions.��

My story is actually long and rigorous but in summary, I submitted my student (PhD) visa application on 28/06, had my 45min. telephone interview at 9.15pm NGT 24/7/2019 = 8.15 NZT 25/7/2019 and to the glory of God, I received my "Approval in Principle" on 24/09 and got the visa on 03/10.

Generally, I would like to encourage all who submitted student visa application to be patient and ensure they respond to their case officers explicitly and on timely note even during the telephone interview.

My special appreciation goes to femijck, ugsams, davodyguy and a pal "bucade11" for their unalloyed support & responses to all prospective NZ migrants..����


Shalom!

Please, I'd like to ask. Did you apply as self sponsored student?
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by bikerboy1(m): 11:57am On Apr 16, 2020
Fekonzy:
Hello house,
Please I have a pressing situation that I need help with.

Please bear with me as this is quite lengthy

I got a PhD admission in New Zealand beginning of this year, but I was not able to secure the scholarship. And I could not afford their tuition and living expenses on my small salary. I applied for another scholarship which I was told might not be available till next year

Also at the same time, I got an admission in South Africa which I can afford as the school will pay the tuition and but you will have to take care of the living expenses yourself.

Therefore, in a bit to progress and not waste more time at home as I had already spent two years working on this, I decided to go to South Africa to start my PhD. I got a 3 years visa for my studies and September I decided to leave. When i arrived, my supervisor advised me to wait till next year to register officially as the year is almost over. But I can continue my research unofficially. I agreed.

Early this month, I received a letter that my scholarship has been granted for my studies in New Zealand to start immediately. Which is great news.

My question is, will the 3 years study visa in my passport for south africa affect my chances of getting a study visa for New Zealand? I havent been officially registered as a student here so will they have reservations about the S.A study visa?

Ps. The scholarship is not from New Zealand.


If you wouldn't mind, could you please share the scholarship. I'm looking for a PhD scholarship as well in NZ.
Thanks
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by Fekonzy: 9:40am On Apr 17, 2020
bikerboy1:


If you wouldn't mind, could you please share the scholarship. I'm looking for a PhD scholarship as well in NZ.
Thanks

My apologies, I am just seeing this now. Just like I mentioned, it is my organisation funding and not a scholarship. My mistake for stating it as a scholarship. But Universities there have a whole lot of scholarship, even the government aid, go online and the university's' websites and search for them. I was not opportuned to get any. I hope this helps.
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by dotunfelix1: 7:29pm On Apr 22, 2020
Bros SAT123

PLS I NEED YOUR ASSISTANCE ON NEWZEALAND WORK VISA AND LIKE HOW MANY WEEKS OR MONTH PROCESSING





SAT123:
Thanks House....God did it ....

I got my work to residence visa....

Will be moving by mid January.

Work and living location is Hamilton.

@Chiefs in the house,please what are the available food and fruits one can easily get accustomed to.

Which airline is the preferred?

Thanks All...


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Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by davodyguy: 8:48pm On May 10, 2020
femijck:
well, we don't know what the outcome of this Pandemic would be. But getting an electrical job should not be hard regardless...... However u will definitely need to be NZ certified. You should probably look into the certification process first
Things are getting better over there

Please stay safe
Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by femijck(m): 10:32am On May 17, 2020
davodyguy:

Things are getting better over there

Please stay safe


Thanks brother....we are in a much better position now....we're back to level 2....

Thanks for checking

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