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need help in skill migration...plz help.....

Old Jan 13th 2012, 9:10 am
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hi ,

Im studying about the NZ skill migration. I noticed that first of all I need to submit EOI.
I have following experience and qualifications. But still I not quite sure about whether I can apply or not. that's why I required your kind support. Here is the brief of the points

age : 30 points : 20-29 years
Work Experience : 15 points : 4 years
Qualifications : 50 points : Bachelor degree with honors in Information Technology
Bonus Points : 10 points : qualification in an identified future growth area(ICT Industry)

But Im not sure how many points can I claim for the Skilled employment category. still I dont have a job offer from NZ. in anzco

I belong to Occupation in Part A (263111 Computer Network and Systems Engineer) with having 4 years working experience in related field, Degree specialized in Computer system and Networking, with the CCNP ,CCNA , RHCE , RHCSA, SCJP trade qualifications.

How many points can I claim for skill migration category ? can I claim bonus points for
work in an identified future growth area (ICT Industry)

your responses are highly.

Thanks.
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Old Jan 16th 2012, 9:15 pm
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I used the POINTS INDICATOR and came up with 105 points.

Looks like a job offer might be needed.
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Old Jan 20th 2012, 8:06 am
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I used the POINTS INDICATOR and came up with 105 points.

Looks like a job offer might be needed.
How many points you assigned for the skilled employement pls.
To claim points for "Skilled Employment" do I have to currently been working in NZ(If I do not have a job offer)?

http://www.immigration.govt.nz/migra...ts/default.htm
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I'm sorry. I'm not having a very good day here.

You linked to the very place that would help you with this.

Skilled employment is skilled employment.It needs to be within the area of your qualification. I do think this is very clear TBH.

Good luck.
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Old Jan 20th 2012, 7:40 pm
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from our experience you can apply for as many jobs as you like, in the IT field, have Skype interviews but nothing beats actual face to face conversations. If you are serious then I would say see if you can get yourself out to NZ and talk to employers, agencies. You stand a much better chance if you have offer of employment.
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Old Jan 20th 2012, 8:41 pm
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Totally agree When Baker came onto the Immediate Skills List my husband decided to try to go back into a trade he had been out of for over 11 years. The first job he applied for he telephoned first (to see if it was worth sending his CV), he sent it, had a skype interview and was then asked to go to NZ to see the prospective employer. The rest 'as they say' is history (see signature).
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