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Old 27th July 2011, 05:07 AM
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Did you fill online or offline EOI?
what did you write for this question "On question G1: Please indicate why you believe this work experience should be recognised. (For example, it is relevant to your recognised qualification, or your skilled employment). " ?

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Hi,

Yes i fill EOI Online, For recongnized work experiance i wrote that i m in Telecom industry and my Job directly related to my education which is in computer science. Secondly my job designation can be found in the NZ recognized occupation. I also write the technologies in which i had worked.

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Thank you NZimmig,
I tracked the latest New Zealand EOI selection (fortnight selection), in last 3 times they have not selected any people under 140 points without any job offer!
As I checked It happened before just in January 2010, January 2009 and January 2008. I mean according to history doc there were just 3 months with this condition.
But why it happened so frequently in previous fortnights?
What is going on?
Do you have any idea?
I will get 120, do I have any chance to ITA?

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Thank you NZimmig,
I tracked the latest New Zealand EOI selection (fortnight selection), in last 3 times they have not selected any people under 140 points without any job offer!
As I checked It happened before just in January 2010, January 2009 and January 2008. I mean according to history doc there were just 3 months with this condition.
But why it happened so frequently in previous fortnights?
What is going on?
Do you have any idea?
I will get 120, do I have any chance to ITA?
Hi,

I have 115 points w/o Job offer and submitted my EOI online on Feb 24 and selected on March 9th. You are right that below 140 points were not selected from EOI, but keeps you hope high you will be in pool for 6 months. I dont think so historic records effects the selection, its all about the people who apply.

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Yes i fill EOI Online, For recongnized work experiance i wrote that i m in Telecom industry and my Job directly related to my education which is in computer science. Secondly my job designation can be found in the NZ recognized occupation. I also write the technologies in which i had worked.

You can also find your occupation from residance guide.
Is something new happened (in last few weeks) which caused to increase the number of people with 140 points?
For example "assigning point system" changed (in last few weeks)?

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Is something new happened (in last few weeks) which caused to increase the number of people with 140 points?
For example "assigning point system" changed (in last few weeks)?


Hi all ,

my and my husband were just picked from pool done two weeks ago ,now we are waiting for paperwork to arrive to our lawyer .we had 130 points so we went straight in and out t...thank god !!!but now battle begins as we need to collect all paperwork from croatia and myself from US as i lived there for more than a year grrr and medicals etc...hips of money jizzzz but small price for hopefully nice future

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My family and I live in Thailand and we have been exploring ways of getting into NZ with little success. I have an MBA with the University of the sunshine coast and my Wife holds a diploma in Montessori teaching.

I would appreciate any advice or support.

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You say you've had little success - what have you tried?

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You say you've had little success - what have you tried?
Yes, my wife was the principal applicant and her Montessori diploma qualification was not recognized, I am now in the process of putting in my name as the main applicant and I was informed by the Immigration that it would be helpful for me to get a job offer. On the other hand I believe that NZ employers dont recruit if you don' have an appropriate visa. it is a bit confusing. I have spent over 6000 $ with the agency that is helping us with little progress.

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Yes, my wife was the principal applicant and her Montessori diploma qualification was not recognized, I am now in the process of putting in my name as the main applicant and I was informed by the Immigration that it would be helpful for me to get a job offer. On the other hand I believe that NZ employers dont recruit if you don' have an appropriate visa. it is a bit confusing. I have spent over 6000 $ with the agency that is helping us with little progress.

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i can confirm you that they wont be employing anyone without visa as i am working in that field .you would have to find a person or buissness that is willing to give you job offer to you or your wife .she might be more successful in that as i know montesorri has international subsidiaries however i also believe those are regular private schools that follow Montessori approach.unfortunately overseas agency's can not do anything to help you if you dont have job offer and that has been confirmed with my immigration lawyer here in NZ as i tried some agencies prior to my coming to NZ but no matter how professional they look they are all scams and rip offs as it is true no one can help you find a job in country that you don't have working visa for .....don't want to be killing your hope but ...

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on the other hand if you are on their shortage list of employments than you have some chances of approval without job offer as they will let you in and grant you grace time in witch they will issue u with working permit for 3 mnths and if you get a job during that time ur in ...or something similar

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