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Greeting

I`ve been waiting for over a month for my Qualifications Recognition Services (QRS) from NZQA however i would like to know if i can lodge an EIO before getting the results from NZQA?

I`m confident that i will get the level 9 for education and the correct equivalence for my degree since i`ve done the same process with ACS already.

Is it possible to lodge an EOI and get an invite while waiting on NZQA?

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Greeting

I`ve been waiting for over a month for my Qualifications Recognition Services (QRS) from NZQA however i would like to know if i can lodge an EIO before getting the results from NZQA?

I`m confident that i will get the level 9 for education and the correct equivalence for my degree since i`ve done the same process with ACS already.

Is it possible to lodge an EOI and get an invite while waiting on NZQA?

Thanks
As per my knowledge.
If your education degree (College/ University) is under exempt list, you can submit EOI. Otherwise you have to provide either PAR or IQA assessment refrence number.

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If you (and partner) are intending to claim points for any qualification that is not recognized (i.e. not exempt from assessment) then you MUST provide the NZQA assessment reference from either PAR or IQA with the EOI submission or the points you have claimed in the EOI associated with the qualification will be removed at the preliminary checking stage which will possibly result in the EOI returning to the pool or being removed completely with insufficient points and you would lose the EOI fee.

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Hi,

I have done pre-assessment for my wife's master's degree which got level 9.
so while submitting the EOI, for a postgraduate degree qualification is mandatory to provide bachelor's degree details.. so there I need to provide PAR reference number but in her PAR statement they only mentioned the master degree...so do need to apply for separate PAR for her bachelor degree to submit EIO.?

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Hi,

I have done pre-assessment for my wife's master's degree which got level 9.
so while submitting the EOI, for a postgraduate degree qualification is mandatory to provide bachelor's degree details.. so there I need to provide PAR reference number but in her PAR statement they only mentioned the master degree...so do need to apply for separate PAR for her bachelor degree to submit EIO.?
Yes you will need to have the Bachelors degree assessed.
PAR only covers one single degree per person.
If you subsequently get through to the ITA stage you will have to have IQA assessment of both degrees, however for the one fee per person you can have multiple qualifications assessed.
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