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Need help: additional requests from the immi office

Old Mar 23rd 2010, 10:31 pm
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Default Need help: additional requests from the immi office

This is a genuine request from a friend of mine who is in the middle of getting his PR approval from New Zealand. After submitting all the document, the immi officer requested a few more doc
1. Payslips covering earning from three employers over the past 2.5 years
2. A summary of earning from the IRD for the past 2.5 years
3. A job description detailing your task from one employer (employer xyz)

While there are no problems in providing those requests, my friend was a bit worried as he had worked over the 20 hours when he was a student. Could it be the reason why the officer was asking the payslips/summary of earning?

Help please....

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Old Mar 23rd 2010, 10:49 pm
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not quite sure what you are asking TBH.

If your friend didn't submit enough evidence to prove his work experience under the skilled occupation that he is applying under, then he would be asked to provide more paperwork.

Payslips ; Contracts of Employment detailing job description and/or a complete employment history from HMRC are all normal items to submit with an application.
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Old Mar 23rd 2010, 10:52 pm
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Thanks Bev.
His main concern is whether his working more than 20 hours in the past might come back and hound him....
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Is he already in New Zealand then on a full-time student permit?

Do you mean he deliberately broke the rules to put it bluntly? If so, I'd say he'd have to take his chances and have his explanations ready.
It could well be that NZIS wish to look more closely at just how much of a full-time student he really was. They could also wish to check out the NZ employer that also broke the rules. The 20 hour rule is there for a reason. Just my opinion mind you.

Why we would revoke a student permit

If you fail to meet our conditions of studying in New Zealand we may revoke your student permit. We will do this if:
  • you do not attend your course
  • you work outside our restrictions
  • you stop attending the course for which you were granted the permit and enrol in one we have not approved. You may be able to change courses or providers once you are here but you must first contact us so that we can either change your permit conditions or consider your application for a new student permit
  • your NZAID funding stops, or
  • you are required to live with your parent or legal guardian and you do not live with your parent or legal guardian. Your parent or legal guardian’s permit may also be revoked in this case.
Once your permit is revoked you will no longer be lawfully in New Zealand and will have to leave.
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