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Old Sep 1st 2011, 6:02 pm
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What does this actually mean? my occupation has this next to it, Please clarify
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Old Sep 1st 2011, 6:19 pm
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Karen,

I think it means just that, my understanding is that is refers to the same profession that has been already mentioned on the LTSSL, but is a more broader category.

So for instance on the LTSSL one profession is music teacher and the other is music professionals nec, so if you were a musician and didn't fall in to the music teacher you would still be covered by music professional nec...

does that make sense?

and also your other question about PR from the LTSSL, if your profession is on there you can apply via the SMC route. It may not guarantee PR but it is the first step on this process to ultimately PR.

The NZ immigration website has all the information on how to apply via the SMC route, and I've found it very helpful:

http://www.immigration.govt.nz/

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Originally Posted by elasmo1 View Post
Karen,

I think it means just that, my understanding is that is refers to the same profession that has been already mentioned on the LTSSL, but is a more broader category.

So for instance on the LTSSL one profession is music teacher and the other is music professionals nec, so if you were a musician and didn't fall in to the music teacher you would still be covered by music professional nec...

does that make sense?

and also your other question about PR from the LTSSL, if your profession is on there you can apply via the SMC route. It may not guarantee PR but it is the first step on this process to ultimately PR.

The NZ immigration website has all the information on how to apply via the SMC route, and I've found it very helpful:

http://www.immigration.govt.nz/

Thanks elasmo 1 this has helped. its easy to get lost on the immigration website as there are so many links its easy to get side tracked! Thanks a bunch
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What does this actually mean? my occupation has this next to it, Please clarify
What's the occupation please?
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Hi Bevs,

My occupation is on the skills list, not the LTSSL or the ISSL. it is in section C animal attendant. I did a 2 years at the Humane Society in Canada and now with the RSPCA and currently studying the level 2 NVQ in Animal Care. I know these jobs are hard to come by but hopefully all my studies will pay off whever I decide to live (Hopefully NZ!!)
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