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Old 8th March 2020, 07:20 PM
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Hi everyone

I am applying for electrician limited license right now. I heard of some cases that people get their resident visa granted by limited license in SMC method.

On immgration website with limited license people can only do resident to work visa. if someone wanna do smc he should have full license.

but the real assessment from immgration department is enough story according to the saying.

So I just wanna know does anyone have This king of experience might be able to share

So

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You won't get RV granted unless you have a skilled job or skilled job offer in NZ.......period!
If your chosen occupation requires you to have professional registration you will also have to be some way down the route of obtaining that professional registration until INZ will approve a Resident Visa. It may be possible to secure a temporary class work visa - like Work To Residence visa or Essential Skills Visa but again you need a job. Registration for a professional occupation doesn't get you a visa.

You will not be approved RV by just getting a limited license to work as an electrician here.

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