Old Jan 1st 2002, 7:18 am
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respected sir,
i am planning to apply for immigration/work permit visa of newzealand.i did bachelor of arts(B.A)and i sent my qualification certificates to nzqa 8 weeks ago.till now i did not get the report.i have 10 years full time work experience. after completing intermediate i have been working as office assitant since 1991 june.but i did gradution(bachelor of arts)during the period 1998 june to 2001 may from B.R.AMBEDKAR OPEN UNIVERSITY,india in distance education system.distance education is a contact and correspondence system(in which there are no regular teaching classes).as i studied graduation in distance/correspondence mode,i worked fulltime as office i told you earlier i completed my gradution in may my doubt is that will my work experience be considered for work permit/immigration pass marks.i came to know that it is essential to have atleast 2 years work experience after completing the graduation and the work experience after completion of graduation will be considered for pass marks for immigration/work permit.i have only 7 months work experience after completing graduation where as i have total 10 years work experience which is acquired by me before completing graduation and while doing my please kindly mail me whether my work experience willbe consiedered for marks or not and should i apply for work permit or not.
thanking you sir,
yours sincerely,
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