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Want to Migrate New Zealand as a skill Worker

Old Dec 20th 2012, 12:42 pm
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I Want to Migrate New Zealand as a skill Worker. Here is my educational back ground.

Master of Commerce (M.Com)
National University
Year: 1994 2nd Class
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
Rajshahi University
Year : 1992 3rd Class
Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC), Commerce
Rajshahi Board
Year : 1990 2nd Division
School Secondary Certificate (SSC), Arts
Rajshahi Board
Year : 1988 2nd Division

More than 10 years experience in IT (Information Technology) as a Manager, MIS.
I had completed my Master Degree on Management but now I am working as a IT Manager of a pharmaceuticals company. Is it possible to migrate myself as a Skill Worker (ICT Project Manager) in New Zealand.
It urgent please notify me ASAP
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Old Dec 20th 2012, 7:03 pm
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you need to fill in an EOI and apply for a visa. visit http://www.immigration.govt.nz/ to see if you have enough points to apply. easiest way in is to get a job offer, sites like seek and trademe are good for this.
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Old Dec 22nd 2012, 7:23 pm
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Question Want to Migrate New Zealand as a skill Worker (PR)

Dear Sir,

I Want to Migrate New Zealand as a skill Worker (PR). Here is my educational back ground.

Name of Degree : Master of Commerce (M.Com)
Board/University: National University
Passing Year: 1994, Class/Division : 2nd Class
Name of Degree : Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
Board/University: Rajshahi University
Passing Year:1992, Class/Division : 3rd Class
Name of Degree : Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC), Commerce
Board/University: Rajshahi Board
Passing Year: 1990, Class/Division : 2nd Division
Name of Degree : School Secondary Certificate (SSC), Arts
Board/University: Rajshahi Board
Passing Year: 1988, Class/Division : 2nd Division

Personal Training:

 Training on Visual Basic 6.0 & Visual C++ 6.0
Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka
From April, 2000 to June, 2000

 Training on Oracle 7.3 & Developer/2000
IBCS Primex Software (BD) Ltd. Dhaka
From January, 1999 to June, 1999

 Training on Diploma in Computer Science & Technology
National Training & Research Academy for Multilingual Shorthand (NTRAMS), Bogra, Bangladesh
From January, 1996 to June, 1996

 Training on Oracle 9i Forms Developer Certified Professional
IBCS Primex Software (BD) Ltd. Dhaka
From August, 2009 to October, 2009

More than 12 years experience in IT (Information Technology). Now I am working as a Manager, MIS in a Pharmaceuticals company.
I had completed my Master Degree, Department of Management but now I am working as an IT Manager. Is it possible to migrate myself as a Skill Worker (ICT Project Manager) in New Zealand?
It urgent please notify me ASAP
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Old Dec 22nd 2012, 8:14 pm
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Read the above reply, then do as it suggests. Otherwise you are wasting our, and your time.
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Old Dec 22nd 2012, 9:14 pm
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and if you think it's going to be quick and easy think again. it's stressful and not everyone's cup of tea going by some threads on here.
As I said do the points indicator if you get over 140 submit an EOI if not look for a job and do some research on the country.

I'm a bit bemused by you're urgency
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I'm a bit bemused by you're urgency


I think it's a cultural thing. A difference in the use of language. The OP is probably hoping it will make the post more visible .
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