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Old Oct 23rd 2017, 11:29 pm   #1
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We all know its job offer then visa but this doesn't appear to be getting through to potential employers.

Is there any way to prove to potential employers that you need a job offer FIRST then apply for a work visa?

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We all know its job offer then visa but this doesn't appear to be getting through to potential employers.

Is there any way to prove to potential employers that you need a job offer FIRST then apply for a work visa?

Sorry should have said, asking on behalf.
The only way I can think of is to print guidelines from the NZ Immigration website itself.
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Default Re: Visa or Job Offer First

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I've been starting to look around employers in NZ to get an idea of what's out there. It seems there are employers that require me to be a resident for example - which has already been pointed out

So - are there any expat job sites out there or a list of employers who we know would accept or actively encourage applications from the UK? it would save a hell of a lot of time
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Immigration has a list of accredited companies so you could start there
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