The land of opportunity, land of immense natural beauty & lucrative life style of the country is always a sought after destination for aspiring immigrants. The country has its own variety of landscape within its small area (as compared to other continents) i.e. golden beaches with blue seas as well as ice covered mountains. Even in comparisons on standard of living, life expectancy, education, literacy, the country comes in top most ranks by defeating others. The country is also safe to live as corruption ratio is very low.
The Skilled Migrant Category (SMC) offers applicant the opportunity to move to New Zealand to work and live permanently. In order to be eligible for residence under SMC, applicant should not be more than 55 years and in good health. He/she should have been certified of a good character and speak fluent English.
While applying for this category, the first step is submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI). In EOI applicant mentions about self, family and can also declare points for skills, experience, and other relevant factors. Once the EOI is examined and found credible, authority sends an invite to the applicant.
The applicant will have to produce relevant documents (eg: proof of English language ability medical and police certificates and documentation regarding your skills, experience, etc.) to prove the facts mentioned in EOI.
Australian Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189) was brought into being to cater to the skill shortages of Australia. It is a Permanent Visa and falls under the Australian Immigration points-based system.
Applicants must furnish that they possess the qualification or the skills of an occupation in the Skilled Occupation List (SOL). Applicants do not need sponsorship from family or the Australian State/ Territory Government nomination. Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189) applicants are required to obtain a minimum of 60 points on a point assessment.
Once the application is accepted, the applicant will be required to follow the terms and conditions laid down.
If a resident visa is granted, applicant will still be required to ensure that he/she remains a New Zealand resident. If he/she has acquired visa based on any specific offer of skilled employment, he/she should join that job within three months of landing into New Zealand. The applicant is also required to stay in that job for at least three months and evidence should be produced when asked for. In case the visa has been approved based on a skilled job that has been held for less than three months, applicant will have stay in the job for at least three months.
This visa demands certain mandates. Applicant who has been given a job search visa, within three months of the offer, should return the application form for the job search visa. Applicant should be able to prove that he/she is capable of supporting self in New Zealand. In addition, he/she will have to show the availability of finance to purchase tickets to native country in case applicant will have to leave New Zealand.
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