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Could someone please guide if they is any priority when one would engage licensed immigration agent as when one would apply by his own when applying for skilled immigration in NZ.

I am from India & talked to some of the agents here.. as per them,the cases filed by them receive more priority than the individual cases...

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Hi, Could someone please guide if they is any priority when one would engage licensed immigration agent as when one would apply by his own when applying for skilled immigration in NZ. I am from India & talked to some of the agents here.. as per them,the cases filed by them receive more priority than the individual cases... Thanks Jsin
Absolute rubbish!
Immigration do not prioritise applications that are being handled by an immigration agent/consultant.
The only way to speed up the process is to have a job offer.

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Thanks for the advice escapedtonz.

I am a computer graduate & working in Computer Networking domain. Do I need to get my qualification accessed before EOI...

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Thanks for the advice escapedtonz. I am a computer graduate & working in Computer Networking domain. Do I need to get my qualification accessed before EOI... Thanks Jsin
I have no idea. I don't know what your qualification is, when it was awarded and which academic institution awarded it.
You need to research the latest Qualifications exempt from assessment list. This can be found via the Immigration NZ website. Here's the link :-

http://www.immigration.govt.nz/opsmanual/35171.htm

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