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Thanks Sunilkk for your response. I have studied BCA from M.D.U rohtak and MCA from Kurukshetra University.
I am also thinking of directly going for IQA now.
Did you claim points from LTSSL thru IQA result of your BCA degree?

What level did you receive for your BCA in the IQA result?

Could you please suggest what all documents I will need for IQA of my BCA and MCA?

Will I need role and responsibilities letter also for IQA?

Kindly guide.

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I am also in same boat like you.
Did my B.E from MDU and MBA from Kurukshetra. My Confusion lies that with my spouse help i am getting I am getting 155 points but when i use her experience as skilled resource i got 20 addition points. My question is to claim her experience do i have to go for IQA for her qualification or i can just claim points only for her work experience as a Private Tutor (Maths).
I am in deliema, Seniors can anyone please help in clarifying?

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I am also in same boat like you.
Did my B.E from MDU and MBA from Kurukshetra. My Confusion lies that with my spouse help i am getting I am getting 155 points but when i use her experience as skilled resource i got 20 addition points. My question is to claim her experience do i have to go for IQA for her qualification or i can just claim points only for her work experience as a Private Tutor (Maths).
I am in deliema, Seniors can anyone please help in clarifying?
If you wish to claim points for a partner then their qualification MUST either be exempt from assessment - i.e. it appears on the exemption list for the country of award with a match for exact qualification, university and date range as required OR it has been assessed by NZQA. You can go for the cheaper PAR assessment but you will need IQA if you are invited to apply as IQA is the only assessment that guarantees the result and this guarantee is required for the ITA stage. They must also meet the same English Language Level as you.

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If you wish to claim points for a partner then their qualification MUST either be exempt from assessment - i.e. it appears on the exemption list for the country of award with a match for exact qualification, university and date range as required OR it has been assessed by NZQA. You can go for the cheaper PAR assessment but you will need IQA if you are invited to apply as IQA is the only assessment that guarantees the result and this guarantee is required for the ITA stage. They must also meet the same English Language Level as you.
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Hi,

Looking for information if someone faced the same situation. What was NZQF level (8 or 9) given from IQA for below?

1. Education - Bachelor of Arts (3 years) then Master of Arts in English (2 Years)
2. Studied from an Indian university

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Thanks Sunil. Let me check if there are any other threads on this..IQA Level for MCA with a non computers degree and also for MSc- chemistry.
Hi Kdasari,

Did you evaluate your MCA from NZQA ?? I have also done MCA after bachelor of commerce , could you or anybody let me know if I will get level 9 or 7 for MCA if bachelor is non-computers ????

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If you wish to claim points for a partner then their qualification MUST either be exempt from assessment - i.e. it appears on the exemption list for the country of award with a match for exact qualification, university and date range as required OR it has been assessed by NZQA. You can go for the cheaper PAR assessment but you will need IQA if you are invited to apply as IQA is the only assessment that guarantees the result and this guarantee is required for the ITA stage. They must also meet the same English Language Level as you.
"They must also meet the same English Language Level as you." --> Is it mandatory? It seems there is some options like we can pay for English Tuition fee if partner is having required English mark?
Is it correct ? please give your input on this.

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"They must also meet the same English Language Level as you." --> Is it mandatory? It seems there is some options like we can pay for English Tuition fee if partner is having required English mark?
Is it correct ? please give your input on this.
It is mandatory for a partner to meet the same English Language level if you wish to claim partner points on the EOI otherwise they only need to meet the lower level or there are options to pay for English Language Tuition.

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Hi, I have a question on SMC :

I am working in New Zealand now with a job under level 3 skilled occupation but the salary doesn't meet 25 per hour. If my points reach 160 without counting the 50 points of skilled employment, can i still apply for EOI ? If I can remember, job search visa will be granted to overseas applicant without offer and I'm an onshore applicant with a job.... so i wonder how would my application be ? Thanks.

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Hi, I have a question on SMC :

I am working in New Zealand now with a job under level 3 skilled occupation but the salary doesn't meet 25 per hour. If my points reach 160 without counting the 50 points of skilled employment, can i still apply for EOI ? If I can remember, job search visa will be granted to overseas applicant without offer and I'm an onshore applicant with a job.... so i wonder how would my application be ? Thanks.
Yes you can.
Unsure what INZ would offer ?
As stated you would meet the minimum 160 points but wouldn't be working in a suitably paid skilled job so you wouldn't be claiming points for a skilled job offer and this also means you wouldn't necessarily meet the requirement of having suitable skilled work experience in NZ. I also assume that you're already here on a temporary work visa or working holiday visa so there may be no point in offering you a 12 month job search visa as you may not be any better off, if of course INZ do offer this type of visa to people that are already here and working.
Best bet is to apply and see what happens, if you wish to stay.

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Hi Sunil,

I saw your all posts in this forum. Thanks for giving more info.
I am having MCA,BSC computer science(MAths,Statistics and computer science), Is the bonus points listed under MCA or BSC. Some are saying If they consider MCA as level 9, will not eligible for LTSSL. I hope you will help me on query.

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