EOI Accepted

Old Mar 25th 2008, 2:54 am
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Hi All,

In NZ at mo on a work permit and full time job, submitted my EOI and online status has changed to Application Successfully, so assuming my ITA should be through shortly.

Like anything with this, a little nervous until you get the stamp to say, Yes You Are a Resident. HAs anyone else had/heard of anyone have problems with submitting there ITA, i.e Immigration not happy with work experience, de-facto relationship Proof?
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Hey, congratulations on your EOI selection. If you have all the documents to back up your claims on your EOI, your medicals indicate you are reasonably healthy and you have a clear police report you should have a 97.4% chance of a successful outcome.




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Hi ScottishNomad
Congratulations! Can I just ask when you submitted your EOI and how long since it was selected?
Mine was selected on 27 Feb but status still says Selected. I too am here on work permit but its taking ages for the status to change and the tree to arrive in my post box!
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Originally Posted by cappuccino View Post
Hi ScottishNomad
Congratulations! Can I just ask when you submitted your EOI and how long since it was selected?
Mine was selected on 27 Feb but status still says Selected. I too am here on work permit but its taking ages for the status to change and the tree to arrive in my post box!
I was selected Mid Feb, got a e-mail from Immigration asking me to provide a few extra details (Current Contract & Job Description) and was approved a few days later.

Depends what you location you are in also, as each department has different processing times. I would imagine, you might here something towards the end of this month, Early next. I think the guide figure for someone with a Job is 6 weeks, but is dependent on the location.

Good Luck,
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