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Hello

Is there any body know if someone get a Skilled Migrant Category Resident Visa, let say on 1 Jan 2020, what is the latest date he/she need to enter NZ?

On the official web page, it only mentioned that the visa will be expired after the first entry.

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You have 12 months from the issue date to activate it by crossing the NZ border.

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Thanks for your information.
Do you know is there any different for applicant with 160 / 165 points ? Will both be invited ?

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Thanks for your information.
Do you know is there any different for applicant with 160 / 165 points ? Will both be invited ?
All submitted EOI's with at least 160 points will be selected from the pool automatically. Doesn't mean you will get the ITA as all EOI's that are selected have to go through a process called Preliminary Checking. If it gets through that process then yes you will receive ITA.

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