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Hi,

After got NZQA document assessment result. I have submitted the EOI. Total Claimed points are 165. Can you please tell me these points are enough for selection without job offer.

If these points are enough then what are the chances and how many days it will take to select the EOI.

Selection on each round run or anytime.

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Yes.
It doesn't matter whether you have a job offer or not, the EOI points score that will be selected automatically is 160 and above.
EOI selections are every fortnight so at worst case you only have to wait 2 weeks until your EOI is selected at 165 points.
If you then don't have any points for a job offer in the EOI you WILL NOT be approved. Assuming they are all solid points and everything checks out with qualifications, police reports, medicals etc you may be offered a 12 month job search visa for the principal applicant only.
 

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Hi,

Escapedtonz. My EOI is selected and also received the ITA but I have some confusion in this because I don't have any job offer in NZ and they still mentioned in ITA about the skilled employement in NZ. Even in the document check list they ask to fill this.
"Employer
Supplementary
Form Skilled
Migrant Category
(INZ 1235)"



"Skilled Employment: how remuneration is calculated
INZ will assess the remuneration based on your employment agreement or offer of
employment, and may request further information about your pay and hours of work if
this is required.
We will calculate remuneration based on payment per hour. Each hour of work must be
paid above the applicable per hour remuneration threshold.
If your employment agreement specifies payment other than by hour (such as by
salary), we will calculate the payment per hour by dividing the annual salary by 52
weeks, followed by the number of hours that will be worked each week.
If your employment agreement specifies a range of hours, the maximum hours will be
used to calculate whether the remuneration threshold is met. If your employment
agreement specifies payment by salary and the hours of work vary, we may request
evidence of the range of hours to assess whether the different hours worked would result
in the per hour rate of pay being below the remuneration threshold.

To work out if you meet the remuneration threshold, we will exclude employment-
related allowances (for example tool or uniform allowances) and bonuses which are

dependent on performance and include:
 the agreed value of any reasonable deduction from the your salary or wages for
goods or services; and
 in the case of accommodation provided in connection with your employment: —
the agreed value of any reasonable deduction from the your salary or wages for
that accommodation; or
 if accommodation is provided by your employer, and there is no deduction from
your salary or wages for that accommodation, the market rental value of the
accommodation provided; or
 if an accommodation allowance is provided, the amount of that allowance.

This invitation has been issued on the basis of the information you have provided in your
EOI. If you choose to apply for residence, we will verify this information. Your application
will be declined if it fails to meet requirements or gain sufficient points. This invitation to
apply does not guarantee you will get the points you have claimed, or that you will meet
health, character, or English language requirements. We urge you to consider this step
carefully given the significant time, cost, and effort associated with submitting a
residence application. The fees and immigration instructions effective at the time you
lodge your application will apply. You can check for any changes on our website"

Even in the check list they mentioned "Employer
Supplementary
Form Skilled
Migrant Category
(INZ 1235)"
 
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