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Old 11th July 2013, 06:58 AM
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I have contacted few agents and they are saying that nowadays it's is little tough to apply for NZ and people are not receiving ITA. I dont trust them but any input from members who have applied recently (2013) would be great.

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Old 11th July 2013, 07:17 AM
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I have contacted few agents and they are saying that nowadays it's is little tough to apply for NZ and people are not receiving ITA. I dont trust them but any input from members who have applied recently (2013) would be great.

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Even I heard about it, senior guys here can confirm if anyone has faced such a situation in the pats.
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If your points are over 140 or you have a job offer, you should get ITA.

115 and no job offer, ITA unlikely!
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Thanks Liam for the information.

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Yes 140 without job offer selected and waiting for ITA now. Should we get it in another week.

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Yes 140 without job offer selected and waiting for ITA now. Should we get it in another week.
Normally takes at least a few weeks as Immigration have to complete preliminary checking of your EOI, then it gets audited then they can issue ITA.

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We had a 30 mth work visa and applied for EOI right after we got here.Our agent in Hamilton told us that once she reviewed that it automatically was reviewed a second time before sending out the ITA. That took an additional 4 weeks, that was in March this year.

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Same here, my eoi for skilled migrant was selected with 160 w/o job offer on sept 18,
I know a few points may decrease bcuz one oif my job experiences hasn't appeared in the application summary so now the number of years I claimed won't match the dates of my employment. I'm a bit worried.

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Same here, my eoi for skilled migrant was selected with 160 w/o job offer on sept 18, I know a few points may decrease bcuz one oif my job experiences hasn't appeared in the application summary so now the number of years I claimed won't match the dates of my employment. I'm a bit worried. Best of luck to u. Update us once by receive ITA!
160 seems a high score to me. I'm thinking you may have completed it incorrectly.

All claimed work experience must have been undertaken in a comparable labour market, therefore I expect the reason why some of your claimed years are missing is because Immigration do not consider that experience as suitable, as the country it was undertaken in isn't on the comparable labour market list........maybe!

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Oh my. I hope not.

I claimed my masters in Computer Science (USA) and PHd (uk)
Plus my spouse's Bachleors in Engineering (UK)
My two years in UK job
My 7 years in Asia job ( this is the one I feared wasn't counted)
My current university job in Dubai
Both of our degrees and areas are in the absolute shortage list
Im a University Professor.

I'm just waiting. Could it be they may deduct as many as 30 points to put me at 130?

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