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Old 2nd January 2020, 11:37 AM
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Hi there,

I am currently thinking of submitting an EOI to NZ immigration. However, I have only 100 points and my ANZSCO code is 233512 - Mechanical Engineer. I know that obtaining a residence visa is hard with 100 points but is there a possibility of obtaining a JSV from my application?

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No.
You have absolutely zero chance.
Unless your EOI scores minimum 160 it will not be selected from the pool.
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if one has 165 points
then?
the visa granted will be permananet to live and work?

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if one has 165 points
then?
the visa granted will be permanent to live and work?
No.

Unless your EOI also contained points for one of either:-
(i) An NZ permanent skilled job offer from an NZ employer and a job that met minimum criteria as set by immigration, OR
(ii) Previous qualifying NZ skilled work experience (in NZ), OR
(iii) Previous qualifying NZ study experience (in NZ)

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