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We have started pre-assessment for qualification recognition for New Zealand immigration. Based on Immigration website, after completion pre-asessment then we have to submit EOI. We need to get ready with International qualifications assessment before we get ITA. As part of International qualifications assessments we have to sent original educational certificates and certified copies of ID proof and work experience details. After receiving ITA, while applying visa , do we need to submit all documents which has submitted as part of international qualification assessment again along with PCC and medical certificates or they are not required. Please help me in clarifying with this query.

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Hi,

We have started pre-assessment for qualification recognition for New Zealand immigration. Based on Immigration website, after completion pre-asessment then we have to submit EOI. We need to get ready with International qualifications assessment before we get ITA. As part of International qualifications assessments we have to sent original educational certificates and certified copies of ID proof and work experience details. After receiving ITA, while applying visa , do we need to submit all documents which has submitted as part of international qualification assessment again along with PCC and medical certificates or they are not required. Please help me in clarifying with this query.

Thanks,
Chandranand
Yes, the normal next step after you have received a favourable result from PAR is to submit the EOI.
Assuming the EOI then has sufficient points to be selected (minimum 140 without a job offer or 100 to 135 points with a job offer) on the next selection date it will be around 4 - 6 weeks until ITA is received assuming the preliminary checks are ok.
Once you have received ITA, then you'll have 4 months / 100 days to submit all formal paperwork which will include IQA assessment of the qualifications, so in all honesty you don't really need to get anything ready for IQA before you get ITA as you'll have sufficient time once ITA has been received to get IQA.
I don't think you need to submit all the paperwork that you will have submitted for IQA for the ITA - the IQA certificate / report should be sufficient, HOWEVER, you may need to submit all that same documentation as evidence to other factors in your application - e.g. work experience, skills, ID verification etc.
Be aware that you cannot provide too little evidence. If there's too much or there's a document that isn't needed, Immigration will just ignore it. If you don't provide it in the first place then there's a chance you may give insufficient evidence and you risk Immigration asking for further clarification which delays the process significantly.
 
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